|Ohio University Press book is Wall Street Journal’s 'Book pick of the week'|
Patricia Palermo’s book, "The Message of the City," about the New York novels of the under appreciated, Ohio-born mid-century satirist Dawn Powell, received a full review in the Aug. 19 Wall Street Journal.
|Atrium Cafe boasts new logo, look and lab|
The Atrium Café has a new look and now accepts Bobcat Cash, but new and returning food and nutrition students will benefit from what’s behind the eatery’s visual transformation.
|The Patton College of Education’s Outreach Forum is Sept. 6|
The Patton College of Education will host an Outreach Forum titled “Advocating for Change: Silence is Complicity,” on Tuesday, Sept. 6, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Tupper Hall 205.
|Komen Athens Race for the Cure returns Oct. 23|
As we begin another fabulous year at Ohio University, the folks at Komen Columbus would like to cordially invite CHSP students, faculty and staff to participate in the second annual Susan G. Komen Athens Race for the Cure®, Sunday, October 23.
|OHIO Libraries Extraordinary Legacy: The first library in the world to catalog online|
Online cataloging as we know it today began in 1971 when the Vernon R. Alden Library, using a dedicated phone line, was the first in the world to generate an electronic library record. That online cataloging system, created by OCLC, became a pioneer in networking library materials. Today, 45 years later, we are celebrating the anniversary of this historic moment.
|President McDavis shares highlights of upcoming Board of Trustees meeting|
On Wednesday, August 24, Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis sent the following message to the OHIO campus community regarding the upcoming Board of Trustees meeting.
|Ohio University Southern introduces new Bobcat Depot, Southernmost Café manager|
With the start of fall semester, Shawn Aldridge, new manager of the Ohio University Southern bookstore, Bobcat Depot, and Southernmost Café, is in the process of making adjustments to ensure everything is ready for returning students.
|Tom Davis appointed interim dean of Ohio University Zanesville|
Tom Davis has been appointed as Interim Dean of Ohio University Zanesville. As interim dean, Davis will be responsible for all aspects of campus operations, including academic programming, student services, facilities and budget. According to Executive Dean Bill Willan, the search for a permanent dean will be conducted during the fall semester.
|OU Press authors in Washington Post, Morning Edition, Rudy Maxa’s World|
July saw some high profile media outlets cover Ohio University Press authors and books.
|Schoonover Center for Communication receives University’s first LEED Gold certification|
The recently completed Phase II construction and renovation work at Ohio University’s Schoonover Center for Communication, which houses the five schools of the Scripps College of Communication, has been awarded LEED Gold certification. The project is OHIO’s first LEED Gold certified.
|Jefferson Hall renovation in full swing; temporary market to open Aug. 18 (PHOTOS)|
Construction on an approximately $40 million project to renovate both the dining and residential areas of Ohio University's Jefferson Hall kicked off in May, and members of the Bobcat community will be able to experience just a taste of what’s to come at that building when a temporary Jefferson Market opens on Aug. 18.
|OHIO releases Health Alert on Zika virus|
Ohio University recently released information about the Zika virus on its Health Alerts website, a resource providing the University community with knowledge to address the critical health and safety issues facing today's college students, faculty and staff.