|Ten OHIO students, faculty member receive research funding from 2016 John J. Kopchick Awards Nov 29|
The program provided a total of $54,863 in grants and fellowships to advance health and medical research.
|Athens AAUW building membership to make impact in community Nov 29|
In an effort to boost its impact on the Athens campus and in the local community, the Athens Branch of the American Association of University Women are hosting membership drive events on the Ohio University Athens Campus.
|Hockey to host third annual Teddy Bear Toss on Saturday Nov 29|
The #2 ranked OHIO Hockey will host their third annual “Teddy Bear Toss,” this Saturday vs. #12 Lindenwood University. Fans are encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped, stuffed toy to throw on the ice.
|University Program to host “Treat Yo Self,” a pre-finals relaxation event Nov 29|
University Program Council will host a free pre-finals relaxation event titled, “Treat Yo Self,” from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1.
|Antonio Campbell named MAC East Division Player Of The Week Nov 23|
OHIO senior Antonio Campbell has been named the Mid-American Conference East Division Player of the Week. The reigning MAC Player of the Year has garnered weekly conference honors three times in his career.
|Athena Cinema and Ohio University host fifth year of holiday movies Nov 23|
If you are looking for alternative entertainment in uptown Athens, the Athena Cinema has a great option. The fifth annual Holiday Film Series begins Saturday, November 26 and offers tickets to holiday movies in exchange for food or cash donations for the local food pantry that benefit area residents in need.
|MAC Football Championship tickets now on sale for Dec. 2 game Nov 23|
Ohio Football has clinched a spot in the 2016 Marathon MAC Football Championship Game, and fans are encouraged to follow the Bobcats to Detroit.
|Holiday shopping made easy at The Bobcat Store Nov 23|
No need to leave the house and face the crowds for holiday gifts your friends and family will love. Make it a “Happy Hol-OU-day” this year by shopping online at The Bobcat Store.
|Bobcat Store artists combine passion and purpose in paintings Nov 23|
Betsy Ross Koller, an Ohio University alumna, and Passion Works Studio, a local art studio in Athens, have produced a variety of artwork recognized by people all over the world. With every stroke of the brush, Koller and the artists at Passion Works raise awareness for more than just their art. With the help of The Bobcat Store, Koller and Passion Works have created exclusive collections to benefit personal causes.
|The Jim and Katie Kahler Scholarship Fund ensures longevity of sports administration programs Nov 23|
Jim Kahler lives by the notion that there are three important life decisions a person makes: to pursue an education, the occupation you choose and who you wed. For the past 35 years, Jim Kahler and his wife, Katie Kahler, have found meaning in each of those aspects through sports.
|Storytelling in the classroom builds engagement, facilitates learning Nov 23|
The Office of Instructional Innovation has released a new story featuring Dr. Lynn Harter discussing the rich benefits both student and teacher experience when using storytelling in the classroom.
|Gaining international experience from the comfort of Athens Nov 23|
The Ohio International Consulting Program provides hands-on international business experience for students on campus.
|Employee appreciation event to take place Dec. 7 Nov 23|
Ohio University employees are invited to join the President and First Lady for live music and hors d'oeuvres on Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 11:30 am to 1:30 p.m. in the Baker University Center Ballroom.
|Instructions for Year-End Gift Processing Nov 21|
Ohio University will be closed from Monday, Dec. 26, 2016, through Monday, Jan. 2, 2017, and will re-open on Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017. During this period, the Division of Advancement is working to ensure that all donors who wish to do so are able to transact gifts to The Ohio University Foundation.
|Ohio University Lancaster theatre to perform an encore presentation of "A Charlie Brown Christmas" Nov 21|
Ohio University Lancaster Theatre presents "A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS" December 1 - 4, 2016. The classic animated television special comes to life in this faithful stage adaptation where Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the other Peanuts grapple with the real meaning of Christmas.
|Campus Recycling hosts annual food drive to benefit local families Nov 21|
During the weeks leading up to winter break, from Monday, Nov. 28 to Sunday, Dec. 11, Ohio University Campus Recycling will host its annual winter food drive, collecting non-perishable food items for low-income families of Alexander School District.
|CHSP and Heritage College face-off for the cure Nov 21|
The time of year has come when people everywhere drop their razors and decide to “let it grow.” While the extra fur definitely keeps people warm during the blustery, cold month of November, a deeper sentiment is encouraging students and employees of the College of Health Sciences and Professions and the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine to ditch shaving this fall.
|OUPD welcomes conversation, questions with Coffee with a Cop Nov 21|
To encourage conversation and interaction with campus law enforcement in a casual atmosphere, the Ohio University Police Department hosts Coffee with a Cop events throughout the academic year.
|Provost’s Undergraduate Research Fund provides $49,962 for student projects Nov 21|
Ohio University students receive support for research, scholarship and creative work.
|Community library initiative includes Ohio University Press Nov 21|
Cbus Libraries, a grassroots initiative to promote central Ohio libraries, has created two community book exchanges that celebrate the Whitehall community in suburban Columbus.
|Students discuss violence prevention at Changing Campus Culture Summit Nov 21|
The Nov. 3 summit provided an opportunity for students to interact and engage in a free-exchange of ideas from people across the state who are doing violence prevention work.
|Hundreds attend IEW keynote to hear from expert on Muslim-American experience Nov 21|
Hundreds of people packed Ohio University’s Baker University Center Ballroom the evening of Nov. 17 to hear award-winning playwright and journalist Wajahat Ali present “Understanding Muslims: Islamophobia and Turning Villains into Heroes.”
|Fall Senior Dance Concert brings audience on stage Nov 21|
The Fall Senior Dance Concert performances in Putnam Hall’s Shirley Wimmer Dance Theatre included group pieces and solo acts that were performed by the choreographer.
|Tantrum Theater announces 2017 summer season Nov 21|
Tantrum Theater proudly announces its 2017 summer season, featuring three exceptional plays, 55 separate performances, and a slate of new play readings, in the Abbey Theater, Dublin, Ohio between May 30 and August 19.
|Heritage College hosts statewide pre-medical education event in Athens Nov 21|
More than 200 pre-medical students from around the state visited Ohio University last week for Ohio Medical Education Day, an annual workshop aimed at preparing students for careers in medicine.
|Game day traffic flow changes, parking lot closures announced for the OHIO Bobcats’ Tuesday night home football game Nov 21|
Faculty, staff, students and OHIO Bobcat football fans arriving to campus on Tuesday, November 22 should remain aware of game day traffic pattern changes.
Various event set-up activities could also affect area parking and traffic flow throughout the day.
|Athens City income tax to increase Nov 21|
Athens City income tax to increase
|iCUE Spotlight: Nov. 21-27 Nov 21|
iCUE Spotlight highlights what's happening this week at Ohio University, taken from the official OHIO Calendar of University Events. This week: football's battle for the MAC East, Thanksgiving Break Activities for students and weekend basketball.
|Gala celebrates OHIO’s international efforts, honors its global champions (PHOTOS) Nov 21|
Members of the Ohio University community gathered last week to celebrate OHIO’s history of excellence in international education and global engagement and to recognize and thank those who have helped to pen that history.