|A message regarding FY 2015-16 employee reappointment May 26|
This message was sent from the Executive Vice President and Provost and the Vice President for Finance and Administration on Tuesday, May 26.
|Alumnus' painting chosen for London art gallery May 26|
An Ohio University alumnus has been named a finalist for an international award presented by the National Portrait Gallery in London.
|Baker Fund awards $56,781 to faculty research and creative projects May 26|
During the spring cycle of the Baker Fund awards, the university received 10 proposals requesting $99,874. The Baker Fund committee selected six proposals totaling $56,781.
|Bobcat Student Orientation runs June 1-27 May 26|
Ohio University's Bobcat Student Orientation will kick off in early June this year and the annual event is scheduled to bring about 10,000 people to the Athens Campus. Orientation sessions begin Monday, June 1, and end Saturday, June 27, for incoming first-year and transfer students.
|Cathy Hart retirement reception is Thursday May 26|
A retirement party for Cathy Hart, a communications officer 3 for the Ohio University Police Department, will take place on Thursday, May 28, from noon to 3 p.m. in the Scott Quad Courtyard.
|Eastern Campus/Belmont College Rotaract tap new president May 26|
The Ohio University Eastern and Belmont College Rotaract Chapter recently announced that Mahaley Vargo, a junior education major at Ohio University Eastern, will succeed recent OUE grad Jason Garcyzk as the chapter leader for the upcoming school year.
|Lancaster Campus Wagner Theatre Improvement Campaign reaches $180,000 mark May 26|
The Lancaster and Fairfield County communities have come out in a big way to support Ohio University Lancaster’s Wagner Theatre. With a little more than a month left in the Wagner Theatre Improvement Campaign, about $180,000 has been raised.
|OUAA kicks off On The Green Weekend 2015 May 26|
The Ohio University Alumni Association is excited to welcome alumni and friends to the second annual On the Green Weekend in Athens, a spring Homecoming centered on academics and the arts, Wednesday, May 27 to Sunday, May 31.
|SIDE attracts out-of-state participants in sixth year May 26|
The sixth annual Ohio University Summer Institute for Diversity Education was held last week and for the first time attracted several out-of-state participants.
|Southern Campus hosts tri-state seatbelt initiative May 26|
Dozens of law enforcement officers from Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia recently attended a “Click It or Ticket” media event at Ohio University’s Southern Campus.
|Fifth annual Cruise In at the Convo raises funds to continue Marching 110 tradition May 21|
Vintage automobile enthusiasts rolled into Ohio University’s Convocation Center parking lot, popped their hoods and stood back proudly as their exceptional vehicles were judged by friends, relatives and supporters of the Ohio University Marching Band Society of Alumni and Friends (OUMBSAF). The fifth annual Cruise In at the Convo, held by the Ohio University Alumni Varsity Band (AVB), raised $1,676.20 in support of OUMBSAF initiatives.
|OHIO administrators and their spouses establish scholarships using The OHIO Match May 21|
Ohio University’s The Promise Within Faculty and Staff Campaign urges faculty and staff to give back to OHIO in meaningful ways. As a response, two university employees have teamed up with their spouses to establish a way of giving back in perpetuity.
|OHIO graduate student and playwright named Trisolini Fellow May 21|
Tyler JC Whidden, a third-year student pursuing an MFA in playwriting, was named the Anthony Trisolini Fellow for the 2015-16 school year.
|Scripps journalism professor to visit C-SPAN as part of AEJMC program May 21|
Hans Meyer, an assistant professor in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, is one of six members of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), selected as 2015-16 Scripps Howard Foundation Visiting Professors in Social Media.
|A message from OHIO President McDavis regarding Vice President for Student Affairs Ryan Lombardi May 18|
The following message was sent to Ohio University faculty, staff and students by President Roderick J. McDavis.
|Dance professor wins Presidential Teacher Award May 18|
A professor in the School of Dance, Film, and Theater has won Ohio University’s Presidential Teacher Award. Tresa Randall, associate professor of dance, was named a Presidential Teacher for the year 2015.
|Expo provides resources, connections for campus communicators May 18|
In response to feedback expressing a desire for more opportunity to network with colleagues and research resources, Ohio University Communications and Marketing (UCM) hosted the 2015 Campus Communicator Network (CCN) Expo on Wednesday, May 13 in the Walter Hall Rotunda.
|Ohio University accepts 60 letters of intent for Innovation Strategy funding May 18|
University community invited to view letters online, join projects for July 13 pre-proposal deadline
|Site license update: Adobe, Microsoft and Smartsheet May 18|
Find out which software packages are free and which are discounted.
|Soul of Athens 2015 now live May 18|
As a collection of six different projects, teams of Scripps College of Communication students spent a semester producing self-generated communication ideas.
|U.S. assistant secretary of commerce addresses role of Appalachian Ohio in U.S. manufacturing renaissance during State of the Region keynote May 18|
More than 150 participants attended the May 12 Appalachian Ohio State of the Region Conference, presented by the Ohio University Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, in partnership with the EDA University Center.
|University Libraries receives Awards of Excellence May 18|
Ohio University Libraries captivated the 2015 Academic Library Advancement and Development Network conference when OHIO walked away with three Award of Excellence honors.
|Athletics unveils new five-year strategic plan May 13|
Athletics unveiled a new five-year strategic plan on Wednesday titled, "One Team. One Vision." The working document will serve as a guide in charting its future direction.
|Eastern Campus claims first state golf crown May 13|
The Ohio University Eastern golf team won its first state golf championship.
|Golfers in full swing for annual Ohio University Southern fundraiser May 13|
Proceeds from the 12th Annual Bernard L. Edwards Golf Tournament will help with equipment upgrades for the production trailer used by Ohio University Southern's electronic media program.
|Newest Chillicothe Campus alumni ready to make their mark May 13|
Graduation marks next step in lives of OU-C students who join ranks of Ohio University alumni and other news from the Chillicothe Campus
|OHIO alumna creates dating app focused on safety May 13|
Ohio University alumna Jo Lynn Clemens, who graduated in 1987, took knowledge from her business background and created an app that gives people the opportunity to date smarter and safer.
|Ohio University’s Honors Tutorial College surpasses Promise Lives Campaign goal May 13|
Thanks to the generosity of 2,380 alumni and friends, Ohio University’s Honors Tutorial College (HTC) has surpassed its $1.3 million Promise Lives Campaign goal. The Campaign, which continues though June 30, 2015, is securing an unprecedented level of financial support for OHIO.
|Southern Campus accepting applications for ‘Academy of Excellence’ and ‘Horse Lover’s Camp’ May 13|
Ohio University Southern will present the 35th annual “Academy of Excellence” summer camp July 20-24 while the campus' equine program will host a “Horse Lover’s Camp” July 27-31.
|Southern Campus hosting tri-state officers for ‘Click It or Ticket’ event May 13|
Ohio University Southern, in conjunction with the Tri-State Law Enforcement Council, will host the annual “Click It or Ticket” event on Friday, May 15, at the campus in Ironton.
|Voinovich School Founding Dean, alumni honored at OHIO’s State Government Alumni Luncheon May 13|
More than 130 Ohio University alumni in public service for Ohio gathered at the Athletic Club in Columbus to honor two OHIO alumni for their outstanding service to the state at the 32nd Annual State Government Alumni Luncheon May 5.