|Administrative Service Awards is March 10|
Dedicated administrators at Ohio University will be honored on Monday, March 10, at the annual Outstanding Administrator and Administrative Service Awards Ceremony. Three administrators were also selected to receive the Outstanding Administrator Award this year.
|Be on the lookout: Amphibians crossing the road|
“We timed this just perfectly. Do you know what’s going to happen tomorrow? Do you know what’s happening today?” asked Dr. Scott Moody. “All those frogs and salamanders are just sticking their noses out. They are sensing the increasing temperature."
|Executive power: From the politics of hope to the politics of frustration|
Months before debate erupted over the concept of the “imperial presidency” and “executive orders,” Dr. Kevin Mattson was at the Roosevelt Institute in Ireland detailing a view that the power asserted by FDR and used by LBJ was undermined by the Vietnam War—and that liberals are unlikely to sustain its return.
|Great job Carlotta Hensler!|
Compass features a Q&A with the non-bargaining Classified Employee of the Month. Each month, Classified Senate selects an employee to acknowledge and recognize as someone who is setting high standards for excellence and innovation.
|Hicks: Climate change is more than one weather event|
“A friend recently mentioned to me that he was having trouble believing in global warming after the record-setting cold weather this year. This reminded me that I had recently heard news of a record heat wave at the Australian Open tennis match,” writes Dr. Kenneth Hicks, Ohio University Professor of Physics, in the Columbus Dispatch.
|How a meteorologist sees climate change, Feb. 27|
Dr. Ryan Fogt presents “How a Meteorologist sees Climate Change” on Thursday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. at the Athens Public Library, 30 Home St., Athens.
|Miner on CBC: Ukrainians need united support to make their own choice|
“If we are talking about Ukrainians making their own choice, they need support from the outside world, and they need it united,” said Dr. Steven Miner on CBC Canadian Radio.
|Information regarding I-9 compliance|
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Form I-9 is used to verify the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the United States. One of our responsibilities as an employer is to correctly complete and retain a Form I-9, verifying identity and eligibility to work in the United States, for every employee. This can be a challenge because we employ a large number of people in a variety of ways.
|Clarke tackles leadership role for Diversity and Inclusion|
New Ohio University Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion Shari Clarke may just be a one-month-old Bobcat, but she’s already hit the ground running. Clarke began working this January in her new office, set in Cutler Hall after departing from Marshall University as their vice president of multicultural affairs. She is the new leader of Diversity and Inclusion.
|Employee Appreciation Tailgate is Feb. 1|
Ohio University will host a pre-game tailgate on Saturday, Feb. 1 from 11:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. for all University employees and their families. The tailgate will take place in the Grover Center Atrium and will include free food and drinks.