|Black Farm fest salutes Chillicothe Campus partnership|
Upcoming event captures the clout of collaboration
|Constitution Day: 'Citizens United/Citizens Divided,' Sept. 10|
Ohio University's Constitution Day 2015 lecture features Dr. Carol Greenhouse discussing "Citizens United/Citizens Divided" on Thursday, Sept. 10, at 5 p.m. in Baker Theater.
|Costa Lecture: Black Power movement in age of Obama and #BlackLivesMatter, Sept. 10|
Dr. Peniel Joseph, Professor of History at Tufts University, delivers the 38th Annual Costa Lecture in History on Thursday, Sept. 10, at 7:30 p.m., in the Galbreath Chapel.
|Food Studies Theme kicks off fall 2015 at Paw Paw Festival|
Join the Food Studies theme at the 17th annual Paw Paw Festival, Sept. 11-13 to celebrate local foods and the vibrant food heritage of Athens, OH. Visit their tent and tune in for appearances by Dr. Paul Patton and Dr. Eric Lemay.
|Heritage College, Dublin, program lets high school students try health care on for size|
A new program offered at the Heritage College, Dublin, gives promising high school students a chance to see what it's like to work in a wide range of health professions.
|Wealth & Poverty theme begins with 'Focus on Africa' in September|
The Wealth & Poverty theme begins with a special series focused on inequalities in sub-Saharan Africa from Sept. 17-24.
|What Does the Future Hold? film series kicks off in September|
The Knowing the Future theme goes to the movies with the "What Does the Future Hold?" film series on four Tuesdays this fall.
|Writers Harvest: Local authors and food drive, Sept. 15|
Three renowned local writers read from their work at Writers Harvest, a benefit reading hosted by Ohio University’s Creative Writing program, on Tuesday, Sept. 15, in the Walter Hall Rotunda, with a reception following in the lobby outside the theater.
|HVAC improvements underway at Southern Campus|
Contractors have started in full force on improvements to the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in the Collins and Riffe Centers on Ohio University’s Southern Campus.
|Information session to explore OHIO’s new student preferred name policy|
A brown bag information session designed to raise awareness about and answer questions related to Ohio University's new student preferred name policy will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1, in Baker University Center 240/242.
|Multicultural Student Expo is Thursday|
The Ohio University Office for Diversity and Inclusion will host the Multicultural Student Expo at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 27.
|Nominations sought for 2015 Awards for Excellence in Global Engagement|
The Awards for Excellence in Global Engagement recognize faculty, staff and alumni for their outstanding contributions to international education, global competency, cultural understanding and/or international programs at Ohio University or in their fields or disciplines.
|Southern Campus staff participate in 3D modeling training|
Staff from the nursing, art, electronic media and computer services departments at Ohio University Southern recently participated in a three-day training program for the campus’ new 3D print module.
|University College, Libraries debut online OHIO history project|
University College and University Libraries are proud to debut “An Introduction to Ohio University,” a web-based, multi-media project that documents the University’s rich and distinct history – from its humble beginnings in the wilderness of the Ohio Country through its post-World War II rise to prominence.
|Lancaster Campus Instructional Librarian/Instructional Designer published in ALAO blog|
Ohio University Lancaster Instructional Librarian/Instructional Designer Paul Clayton Campbell is giving his colleagues advice on how to face their fears and try new things in a recently published article called “The Dark German Forest of Library Instruction.”
|Ohio University named one of America’s Greenest Universities by Sierra Club|
Ohio University has been identified as one of America’s Greenest Universities by Sierra Club. The list, which was announced on Aug. 11, rates institutions based on performance in the following areas: co-curricular, energy, investments, food, innovation, academics, planning, purchasing, transportation, waste and water.
|University mourns Southern Campus Fine Arts student|
Southern Campus student Bonnie Gay Clay died at her home in Ironton on Aug. 9. She was majoring in fine arts.
|Distinguished African scholar to visit Ohio University|
Professor Francis Beng Nyamnjoh of the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, will spend the month of September visiting Ohio University's Center for International Studies and the School of Media Arts and Studies for teaching, lecturing and imagining creative partnerships with OHIO faculty.