|Dads Weekend begins Nov. 9|
Ohio University will welcome Bobcat dads to campus Friday, Nov. 9-11. Dads Weekend will feature opportunities you don't want to miss while your dad is in town.
|2012-13 Graduate Catalog now available|
2012-13 Graduate Catalog now available
|Presidential Teacher Award nominations close Nov. 16|
Nominations for the 2013 Presidential Teacher Award close Friday, Nov. 16 at 5 p.m. Students, faculty and alumni from all Ohio University campuses are welcome to nominate a full-time, tenured faculty member from any campus for the prestigious award.
|Bobcat Blackout football game is Wednesday|
It’s that time of year again Bobcat fans, the Ohio University BOBCAT BLACKOUT game is almost here! This year’s game will be the second annual BLACKOUT, and will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 8 p.m. when the Bobcats football team battles the Bowling Green Falcons on ESPN2.
|Proctorville Center will host screening of "Ethel" documentary|
The community is invited to a special screening of the documentary "Ethel: The Personal, Untold Story of Ethel Kennedy." The screening will take place at the Ohio University Proctorville Center on Thursday, Nov. 8 at 6 p.m. in the Commons Area.
|Recreation studies students to host 5K Flour Run to help children in need|
Five Ohio University recreation studies students will complete their class assignment by hosting a 5K Flour Run on Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Athens Community Center. The event will begin at 10:30 a.m.
|Ohio University's sustainable energy institute receives $2 million for remediation of hydraulic fracturing wastewater|
Ohio University's Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment (ISEE) has been awarded more than $2 million in state and federal grants to support research to clean the wastewater that results from hydraulic fracturing on site.
|Nov. 16 is deadline for completion of Compensation 2014 and discrimination and harassment policy training for supervisors|
Nov. 16 is deadline for completion of Compensation 2014 and discrimination and harassment policy training for supervisors
|Patton College to host Outreach Forum on fracking Nov. 8|
The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College will host an Outreach Forum on fracking from noon to 1 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 8 in McCracken Hall 214A/B.
|President's address to Board of Trustees to be streamed Nov. 16|
Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis' address to the Board of Trustees on Friday, Nov. 16 will be streamed live on the president’s website.
|Two computer science students are finalists in national collegiate inventors competition|
Two Ph.D. students at the Russ College of Engineering and Technology have qualified as one of seven finalist teams in the annual Collegiate Inventors Competition.
|Parkinson’s disease often portrayed inaccurately in the media, scholars find|
Stephen Toropov, an Honors Tutorial College research apprentice, and Associate Professor of Media Arts and Studies Jenny Nelson examine how media portrayals of the condition impact those living with it.
|Accurso Named MAC Female Scholar Athlete of the Week|
Juli Accurso of Ohio Women's Cross Country has been named the female Mid-American Conference Scholar Athlete of the Week, the league office announced on Friday.
|Libraries co-sponsor conference of Thai scholars|
Ohio University and the Ohio University Libraries, home of the David K. Wyatt Thai Collection, recently hosted the 40th annual Council on Thai Studies conference.
|Word on the Street: Autumn in Athens [ATHENS]|
Many Bobcats name fall as their favorite season at Ohio University. In this edition of "Word on the Street," Kendra Wagoner asks students to name their favorite things about this time of year.
|Bi-monthly pay cycle for salaried employees begins in January|
Ohio University salaried staff, that effective January 2013, the end-of-month pay cycle (the last day of the month) will be converting to a semi-monthly pay cycle.
|Sunny Outlook: Austin Way studies method to create solar cells|
Ohio University physics student Austin Way is studying how to create a new type of solar cell, which produces an electric current when exposed to light, through a method called sputtering.
|OU-HCOM faculty and staff come together in support of community health|
Jay Shubrook and Kathy Trace “pay it forward” and help fill funding gaps for the Heritage Community Clinic, OU-HCOM’s free health clinic.
|United Appeal spotlight: Community Health Programs offers low-cost, quality health care|
Amid the busy, lively atmosphere of Ohio University's Athens Campus, it is easy to forget that, as members of one of the poorest counties in Ohio, some people in the community suffer from lack of affordable health care.
|Holiday shopping with the Alumni Association|
The Ohio University Alumni Association offers more than 250 OHIO products through its online Bobcat Store.
|Ohio Today magazine wins gold at the national, multi-regional levels|
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) has named Ohio University’s Ohio Today magazine a two-time gold award winner in 2012.
|Less than 600 tickets remain for Ohio vs. Portland|
With tipoff just one day away, less than 600 promotional tickets remain for Ohio Men’s Basketball’s "Sweet 16 Celebration" game vs. Portland. All tickets at the $20, $12 and $1 level have sold out.
|Center for Entrepreneurship announces student video competition: Visualizing Big Ideas|
In honor of Global Entrepreneurship Week, Ohio University's Center for Entrepreneurship will be holding its second annual student video competition.
|Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine: A national leader in primary care medical education|
Now in its 37th year, the college is undergoing extraordinary growth and change.
|2012 United Appeal pledge form|
2012 United Appeal pledge form
|Third Sun Solar graduates from Innovation Center|
There may be no caps, gowns or formal ceremony, but for Third Sun Solar, a client company of the Innovation Center, graduation is cause for celebration. After nine years in the university’s small business incubator, the solar panel installation firm has moved into its own space at 762 W. Union St. in Athens.
|CHSP grows global as students gain valuable skills and experiences|
Students grow and learn about their fields for four years in the classroom, but they also have the option to study on the beaches of Costa Rica or in the hospitals of London and South Africa.
|Voinovich School markets Ohio’s solar strengths|
A new solar energy supply chain database project will promote Ohio companies within the solar industry.
|Explore many cultures in one meal at the International Dinner|
Ohio University’s International Student Union will treat the campus to a pre-Thanksgiving treat this Saturday during the University’s annual International Dinner at 7 p.m. in Jefferson Dining Hall.
|Ohio University celebrates the future of communications|
Renovation Preview Event for the Schoonover Center of Communication brings in college alumni and guests.
|Patton College raises money for local student artists|
Students and faculty of Ohio University and Federal Hocking High School recently gathered along with community members in McCracken Hall for the 6th annual Art Auction hosted by The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education.
|University celebrating International Education Week|
The 13th annual International Education Week, Nov. 12-16, which is co-sponsored by both the U.S. Department of State and Department of Education, is underway.
|Culinary Services offers prizes to survey participants|
Ohio University Culinary Services is currently conducting a campus-wide customer satisfaction survey. All students, faculty and staff members are encouraged to participate.
|Winter weather policy reminder from University Human Resources|
With winter weather approaching, Chief Human Resources Officer Linda Lonsinger wanted to provide you with a review of the University's policy on emergency closing.
|Honorary degree nominations sought|
The Honorary Degree Committee is seeking nominations for 2012 recipients. Honorary degrees are awarded annually to individuals who have achieved distinction in scholarship, creative activities, professional pursuits, business, governmental, civic affairs, or service to Ohio University.
|Thanksgiving safety discussed in Campus Connection fall issue|
The latest Campus Connections edition discusses Thanksgiving safety, indoor air pollution, lead exposure and introduces new employee Kristi Giordano.
|HTC student studies the mating strategies of fish|
Biologists Molly Morris and Nicole Kleinas explore the factors that impact sexual selection in swordtail fish.
|Scripps College partners with NABEF for 2013 Media Sales Institute|
Scripps College of Communication is one of three universities to participate in the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation’s (NABEF) Media Sales Institute. The program is an intense two-week training program for recent college graduates interested in media sales.
|Trustees discuss challenges, opportunities facing University|
The Ohio University Board of Trustees held in-depth discussions about the changing landscape of higher education and explored strategies to address these challenges at meetings yesterday and today.
|Kelly Lamberti named MAC Volleyball Player of the Year|
Ohio Volleyball's stellar 2012 season was well rewarded by the Mid-American Conference on Thursday. Kelly Lamberti was named the MAC Player of the Year and the Bobcats claimed a combined seven spots on the First, Second, and All-Freshman teams.
|Juli Accurso earns Cross Country All-America honors at NCAA Championships|
Junior Juli Accurso placed 38th at the 2012 NCAA Cross Country Championships Saturday afternoon to earn All-America honors for the second-consecutive year.
|Lancaster Campus students help children and parents at Lancaster Children's Museum|
Three years ago, Lancaster Campus Early Childhood Education students were asked to develop a series of handouts, which explain ways that parents could continue the education activities at home. Those handouts are still paying off today.
|Changes in student employment eligibility announced|
The guidelines for student employment eligibility have been updated to align with the new academic calendar.
|Computer Science students win $2,000 as finalists at national collegiate inventors competition|
Two Ph.D. students at Ohio University's Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College of Engineering and Technology were awarded $1,000 each at the annual Collegiate Inventors Competition (CIC) last week in Washington D.C.
|Study abroad takes a service learning twist, as sophomore raises money for security upgrades in Ghanaian school|
An OHIO sophomore has dedicated her study abroad experience to raising funds to install a security system for the school with which she works.
|University and Athena Cinema to host special family movies for charity|
A new program is making it possible for families to enjoy their favorite movies while assisting other families who may be struggling during the holiday season.
|International Dinner brings students and community together|
Held Saturday, the annual International Dinner celebrates the diversity of Ohio University by bringing together different student organizations for a meal.
|Army ROTC cadets visit Gettysburg for Veteran's Day [PHOTOS]|
During Veterans Day weekend, about 20 Army ROTC senior cadets traveled to Gettysburg, Pa., area to gain an appreciation for the site of the famous Battle of Gettysburg.