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Jul 16
Save 10 percent with the early planning discount during Homecoming Jul 16
OHIO Catering is offering a 10 percent discount on food and non-alcoholic beverages for Homecoming events to reward advanced planning. Book your event no later than 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30 to receive the discount.

Summer food tips to improve heart and overall health Jul 16
Looking to add some healthy variety to your diet this summer? Look no further! Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions (CHSP) offers six nutritious tips all yours for the tasting.

AEP Ohio gift helps fund peer-led STEM workshops in Athens County Jul 16
Ohio University peer leaders will take STEM workshops throughout Athens County in cooperation with the Ohio Valley Museum of Discovery, thanks to a gift from AEP Ohio.

Jul 13
Zanesville Dean Webster named one of three Society for College and University Planning Fellows Jul 13
Ohio University Zanesville Dean Dr. Jeremy Webster has been named one of the Society for College and University Planning’s three Fellows by the organization at its annual conference.

Get Athens-specific weather forecast from new Scalia Lab website Jul 13
Ohio University's Scalia Laboratory—the only place to get current weather conditions and an Athens-specific forecast—just launched a new mobile-friendly website.

Jul 12
Event Services unveils new online reservation system, assumes management of spaces inside Multicultural Center Jul 12
Ohio University Event Services is pleased to unveil an upgraded and more user-friendly online reservation system – complete with a new name and a new URL – and to announce that it will be managing additional reservable space inside Baker University Center.

OHIO Hockey releases 2018-19 schedule Jul 12
OHIO Hockey has announced its 2018-19 schedule, which will feature 23 games at Bird Arena.

Ohio University named one of the most LGBTQ-friendly online colleges in the nation Jul 12
Ohio University’s diverse, inclusive culture was recognized on a national scale when SR Education Group recently named OHIO one of the most LGBTQ-friendly online colleges in the nation for 2018.

OHIO Procurement Technical Assistance Center has banner year helping clients earn $592M in contracts Jul 12
Clients of Ohio University Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC), which connects small businesses looking to sell with government agencies looking to buy, earned contracts worth more than $592 million in 2017.

Heritage College prepares to roll out major curriculum makeover Jul 12
With its newest cohort of students set to begin classes in August, the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine is launching a new curriculum to train physicians for the rapidly changing world of modern health care.

Jul 11
Russ College rocket team competes in international competition Jul 11
The Russ College Astrocats rocket design team boosted themselves to New Mexico earlier this month to launch some Bobcat payload into the southwestern skies.

OHIO faculty create teaching synergies in cross-disciplinary courses Jul 11
Athan Vouzianas is working with Linda Rice to create a teaching synergy between their engineering and English courses. They hope to expand the project beyond the University.

Video shines a spotlight on 2018 BSO and OHIO’s newest Bobcats Jul 11
Take a peek at some of this year’s Bobcat Student Orientation activities and hear what some of OHIO's new students and their loved ones had to say about their BSO experience and how they’re feeling as the start of the 2018-19 academic year approaches.

Study: Men who sexually harass subordinates fear being judged as incompetent Jul 11
The numerous high-profile men who have recently been accused of sexual harassment may not have been simply exercising their power. Instead, their behavior could be related to feeling insecure and believing that others find them ill-suited to or undeserving of their dominant position.

Jul 10
iCUE Spotlight: July 12-July 19, 2018 Jul 10
This week's featured events include active shooter training, the Tour De Cause occurring at Ohio University Lancaster, and some academic deadlines.

University consolidates offices that support persons with disabilities Jul 10
The new Office for University Accessibility brings experienced and dedicated individuals from the Office of Equity and Civil Rights Compliance and Student Accessibility Services to one office.

Carter Cheves named Men's Golf Coach Jul 10
Carter Cheves has been named the third head coach in the history of Ohio men's golf program. He comes to Athens after spending five years as the assistant coach at James Madison, where he helped 13 Dukes earn All-Colonial Athletic Association honors.

Jul 9
University funds new College Bound program this summer Jul 9
College Bound will provide high school students who are low income and/or potential first-generation college students with skills and support services that cultivate resilience, confidence and preparation for a successful transition to college. It runs July 23-27.

Volleyball releases 2018 schedule Jul 9
The Bobcats' 29-match regular season slate is highlighted by four non-conference tournaments, 11 home matches and 16 Mid-American Conference matchups.

Jul 6
Alumnus keeps Athens traditions alive and thriving Jul 6
hroughout the year, thousands flock to Athens to enjoy the many unique annual events held on and off the bricks. From their live music, delicious food and local drinks, these treasured traditions are revived every year with the help of a few individuals, including alumnus and Athens native Brandon Thompson.

OHIO Alumni Association welcomes seven new board members Jul 6
The OHIO Alumni Association is proud to announce the selection of seven new members to its board of directors.

Southern Campus’ electronic media students bring live video to Summer Motion festival (PHOTOS) Jul 6
For the past 20 years, students enrolled in Ohio University Southern's Electronic Media Program have gained valuable hands-on, live production experience, streaming video at Summer Motion, a four-day festival held on the banks of the Ohio River at Ashland, Kentucky.

Jul 5
Emergency Programs to host active shooter and risk management brown bag sessions Jul 5
The Office of Emergency Programs announced upcoming active shooter and risk management brown bag training sessions for business continuity planners.

Ohio University Press launches new author interview podcast Jul 5
Ohio University Press has begun a new author interview podcast. The first one, by publicity intern Zoë Bossiere of OHIO’s graduate program in creative writing, is with David Andrew Nichols.

Series exploring Appalachian Ohio’s economic future shines a spotlight on OHIO Jul 5
A series of articles written by a Yale University publication explores the economic future of Appalachian Ohio and highlights a number of Ohio University people, programs and University-community partnerships that are elevating the region.

Jul 3
Dr. Paul Young retires from Ohio University Lancaster Jul 3
After more than 35 years serving as an adjunct professor of music at Ohio University Lancaster, Paul Young is retiring.

iCUE Spotlight: July 6-12, 2018 Jul 3
Check out what's going on at Ohio University by visiting the CUE.

Jul 2
Bobcat alumnus Antonio Campbell to play for Orlando Magic NBA Summer League team Jul 2
Alumnus Antonio Campbell will compete for the Orlando Magic in the 2018 MGM Resorts NBA Summer League in Las Vegas. He put together a stellar 2015-16 campaign, earning Associated Press Honorable Mention All-America, National Association of Basketball Coaches Division I First Team All-District 14, Mid-American Conference Player of the Year and First Team All-MAC honors.

Jun 29
New OHIO Honors Program will pilot in the 2018-19 academic year Jun 29
New OHIO Honors Program will pilot in the 2018-19 academic year

National search firm designates CLDC publication a must-read Jun 29
“Brain-Based Career Development Theory” was one of six publications Spelman Johnson, a firm providing search and consulting services to institutions of higher education, selected for its recently released Summer Reading List.

Lancaster Campus dean’s list announced Jun 29
Lancaster Campus dean’s list announced

New online degree in psychology helps Ohioans in competitive job market Jun 29
The Ohio University College of Arts & Sciences launches its first degree completion program—an online B.A. in Psychology designed to help more Ohioans in a competitive job market where a bachelor's degree can be the key to getting a job or getting a promotion.

Jun 27
Chesapeake High School student earns 47 college credits at Southern Campus Jun 27
Anna Kimball will enter college as a junior this fall, after earning 47 credits at Ohio University Southern while still in high school.

Ohio University reaffirms its commitment to diversity and community following recent Supreme Court ruling Jun 27
Ohio University President M. Duane Nellis, Interim Executive Vice President and Provost Elizabeth Sayrs, Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion Gigi Secuban, Vice President for Student Affairs Jason Pina and Vice Provost of Global Affairs and International Studies Lorna Jean Edmonds shared the following message earlier today regarding OHIO’s commitment to the continued support of its University community, including and especially those from countries where federal actions at the border or elsewhere may leave them feeling as though the United States is not a welcoming place.

Creating PATHS to health careers Jun 27
This summer, 105 students ranging from 10th-12th grade, were immersed in three days of workshops, question-and-answer sessions and hands-on experiences to gain knowledge of careers focused on health sciences and professions.

Heritage College employee to compete on “Jeopardy!” Jun 27
Marilyn Maher, an administrative specialist in the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, competes on "Jeopardy!" Thursday, July 5. The game show will air at 7 p.m. on Columbus-based CBS stations and at 7:30 p.m. on West Virginia-based NBC stations.

Tantrum Theater to stage musical ‘Next to Normal’ Jun 27
Tantrum Theater to stage musical ‘Next to Normal’

OHIO to host ‘What Were You Wearing?’ exhibit; survivors invited to share their stories Jun 27
Ohio University will host a “What Were You Wearing?” Survivor Art Installation Aug. 30 through Sept. 13 in the Trisolini Gallery, and event organizers are inviting survivors of sexual assault to contribute their stories by mid-July.

President Nellis cohosts 11th annual College Presidents Conference with U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown Jun 27
President Nellis cohosts 11th annual College Presidents Conference with U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown

‘Highlighting the Green’ showcases spring semester achievements (SLIDESHOW) Jun 27
This installment of "Highlighting the Green" showcases the achievements of Ohio University students, faculty, staff and alumni in the spring 2018 semester.

iCUE Spotlight: June 28-July 5, 2018 Jun 27
Take a look at the upcoming events on the official OHIO Calendar of University Events. This week's featured events include a free health clinics, the final Under the Elms Concert of the 2018 season, and information about the second summer session.

Chillicothe campus, City of Chillicothe receive grant from Sugar Bush Foundation Jun 27
The Ohio University Foundation Board has recently approved funding for The City of Chillicothe’s Journey on the Zero Waste Pathway, a partnership between the City of Chillicothe and Ohio University Chillicothe. The funding was approved after the partners presented a proposal to The Sugar Bush Foundation.

Jun 25
NASA seeks contracts with wide range of regional small businesses at Ohio University conference Jun 25
In 2017, NASA spent over $2.7 billion contracting dollars with small businesses – 16.5 percent of its total contracting budget. NASA is looking to expand its small business contracting even further this summer, seeking new partnerships with a wide range of goods and services providers based in Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Kentucky at a two-day conference.

Sugar Bush Foundation continues its support of four projects, seeds three more projects Jun 25
At its annual meeting in June, The Ohio University Foundation announced support for seven projects proposed by The Sugar Bush Foundation’s board of directors.

Faster, more flexible VPN access now available Jun 25
Accessing secure University online services from off-campus now is significantly faster, more flexible, and protected by multi-factor authentication, thanks to the new Campus VPN.

Jun 22
Ohio University joins community partners and SONY Corporation for inaugural international juried photography exhibition Jun 22
The inaugural WideOpen photo exhibition, which celebrates all forms of photography, is a collaboration between the SONY Corporation, Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, Ohio University’s College of Fine Arts, and the Dairy Barn Arts Center.

Ohio Fellows Return to Campus [PHOTOS] Jun 22
The Libraries and University College welcomed back the original Ohio Fellows, June 1-3, by hosting an Ohio Fellows Reunion. The primary goal of the reunion was to record their personal stories.

Ohio University Board of Trustees approve FY19 budget, review Capital Improvement Plan Jun 22
Ohio University’s Board of Trustees approved the University’s Fiscal Year 2019 budget during its meeting June 22 on the Chillicothe Campus.

OPERS Board election for four seats to be held Aug. 21 to Sept. 28 Jun 22
University Human Resources recently alerted all employees that elections for four seats on the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System Board will be held Aug. 21 through Sept. 28. Those elected will serve four-year terms beginning in January 2019.

Meet June Classified Employee of the Month Helen Kasler Jun 22
This month’s winner is Helen Kasler, an administrative services associate in the School of Music. She likes watching mystery movies on the Hallmark Channel, visiting Hawaii and driving Buick cars. Find out more about her here.