|A message from President McDavis regarding the Bicentennial Celebration of Cutler Hall|
Ohio University will celebrate the Bicentennial Celebration of Cutler Hall on Friday, Oct. 21, 2016.
|Van Horn pursues career with a human touch|
When she first enrolled at Ohio University, Paige Van Horn was interested in cancer research. She had attended Reynoldsburg High School’s eSTEM (Environmental Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) Academy, so an OHIO chemical engineering major seemed the logical choice for her to pursue her professional goal. But two factors played an important role in altering Paige’s career path
|Ohio University Lancaster's 'Take Back the Night' rally speaks against violence|
Men, women, and children will rally against gendered violence on Tuesday, October 18 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. for the 11th Annual Take Back the Night at Ohio University Lancaster.
|Campus Conversation to explore individual role in creating racism-free campus, community|
“Campus Conversation: What’s My Role in Creating a Campus and Community Free of Racism” will be held from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, in Baker University Center 240.
|Performance provides intimate look at military life – before, during and after service|
The cast members of “BASETRACK Live” took the stage at Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium the evening of Oct. 12, providing members of the Ohio University and local communities a behind-the-scenes look at military service and the range of emotions, struggles and logistics that comes with that service.
|Campus organizations join together to create Earth Day Every Day initiative|
The Ohio University Office of Sustainability, Graduate Student Senate, OHIO Zero Waste Program and International Student Union have joined together to create the Earth Day Every Day initiative. Earth Day Every Day is designed to help develop a more sustainable culture at Ohio University and expand the concepts of Earth Day beyond just a single day celebrated in April.
|Ohio University LGBT Center’s SpeakOUt Rally embraces all roads leading home|
The Ohio University Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Center kicked off LGBT History Month with its annual National Coming Out Day SpeakOUt Rally on Friday, Oct 11. Students, faculty, staff and community members gathered at West Portico outside of Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium on OHIO’s College Green to share their stories and offer support to one another.
|Class Gateway renovations add accessibility features to iconic campus entrance|
Members of the Ohio University community, including alumni, gathered on Saturday, Oct. 8, for the grand reopening of one of the most iconic OHIO symbols: the Class Gateway, which is located off of East Union Street at the entrance to College Green on the Athens Campus.
|A Mile Together Week aims to end power-based personal violence|
A Mile Together is a week of programming that seeks to engage the OHIO community in a conversation about power-based violence on campus and in Athens.
|Ohio University competes to retain title in the GameDay Recycling Challenge waste reduction competition|
Last year, Ohio University was declared the diversion rate champion, with a rate of 95 percent of all material rescued from the landfill, and intends to hold its title this year at the Saturday, Oct. 15, home football game.
|October Board of Trustees agenda available, meetings to be streamed|
The Ohio University Board of Trustees October meetings in Margaret M. Walter Hall on the Athens Campus will be streamed live providing the entire OHIO community with the opportunity to take part in the sessions.
|Bobcat Battalion’s Oct. 15 Heroes Day to honor those who have served|
Ohio University’s Army ROTC Program will host its annual Heroes Day, recognizing those who have served our nation, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, outside of the Walter Hall Rotunda on the Athens Campus.
|ARHI returns with a clear vision for the future|
Ohio University’s Appalachian Rural Health Institute – an initiative administratively supported by the College of Health Sciences and Professions – has recently relaunched with a strong commitment to increasing the quality of life and well-being of individuals in the Appalachian region through community-engaged research.
|School of Nursing seniors rally for the cure|
The College of Health Sciences and Professions’ School of Nursing seniors are once again partnering with Susan G. Komen Columbus for the Komen Athens Race for the Cure. The Race will take place on Sunday, Oct. 23.
|Thomas brings serious game to research|
You would never guess that James Thomas, a man quite serious about his work, would make a game out of studying patterns of movement in patients with chronic low back pain. But that is exactly what this professor, prominent researcher, and 2016 Ohio University Presidential Research Scholar has done in a $470,000 research study funded by the National Institutes of Health.
|Bill Clinton campaign visit FAQ for Athens Campus|
On Tuesday, Oct. 4, the Ohio University chapter of the College Democrats will host a Presidential Campaign event with special guest former President Bill Clinton.
|Virtual debate watch promotes civic engagement at Ohio University Lancaster ¦ Pickerington|
Students, faculty, staff and members of the community engaged in a recent Virtual Debate Watch, the first of four such events scheduled to coincide with the nationally-televised Presidential and Vice-Presidential debates.
|Second Komen Athens Race for the Cure is Oct. 23|
The second annual Susan G. Komen Athens Race for the Cure will take place on Sunday, Oct. 23. The event is a 5K run/walk and family fun walk through the Athens Campus.
|Ohio University to celebrate LGBT History Month|
October marks LGBT History Month, and Ohio University’s LGBT Center has several events planned to celebrate the occasion and to recognize the past, present and future achievements that comprise the history of the LGBT and gay rights movement.
|Electric vehicle infrastructure and resources are increasing at OHIO and in Athens County|
To complement the rising interest in electric cars and other vehicles (also known as EVs), communities are acting fast to get ahead of the growing industry. Ohio University’s Athens Campus is already home to 10 charging stations in five locations, with several Leaf and Volt vehicles added to Ohio University's Office of Transportation and Parking Services fleet.