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President Nellis and first lady participate in first Interfaith Peace Walk

Two of this year’s first-time participants in the Interfaith Peace Walk were OHIO’s first couple, President M. Duane Nellis and first lady Ruthie Nellis. The event was created to engage people of all faith traditions and philosophical and ethical orientations.

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‘Profiles in Faculty Achievement’ video spotlights Lancaster’s Pamela Kaylor

An associate lecturer in Ohio University Lancaster’s School of Communication Studies who also teaches courses in women’s and gender studies, Pamela Kaylor is the latest OHIO faculty member to be featured in University Communications and Marketing’s “Profiles in Faculty Achievement” video series.

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Prepare for the Fair: Workshops to aid student, alumni success at Career and Internship Fair

Ohio University’s Career and Leadership Development Center is hosting four "Prepare for the Fair" workshops Sept. 18-21 in advance of its fall semester Career and Internship Fair, scheduled for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 27 in the Baker University Center Ballroom.

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Colin Gabler to present “To Buy or Not to Buy, That is the Question” at Sept. 27 Café Conversation

Event to be held in Baker Center Front Room.

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OHIO Phonathon teaches students marketing skills; introducing new manager Meghan Stursa

The OHIO Phonathon teaches students life, marketing skills. And its new director Meghan Stursa says its about Bobcats helping Bobcats.

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Ohio Men's Basketball's Phillips participates in 'Challenged By Choice' [VIDEO]

Men's Basketball Head Coach Saul Phillips recently participated in 'Challenged By Choice,' an event where people from the community are invited to personally experience having a disability at their place of employment. His disability simulation was vision impairment

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School of Art + Design celebrates Mary Manusos with ‘States of Being’ Exhibition

The School of Art + Design celebrates the work of Professor Mary Manusos with the exhibition “States of Being” on view through Sept. 30 in the Trisolini Gallery in Baker Center. An artist talk and alumni reception scheduled for 5:30 to 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, is free and open to the public.

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