|NPR’s Bob Boilen, John Paul White, My Bubba, Adam Torres to visit OHIO for interview, free music showcase April 14|
The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication, in partnership with the School of Media Arts & Studies, the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, WOUB Public Media, and Arts for OHIO, will welcome NPR Music’s Bob Boilen to OHIO on Friday, April 14.
|90 Minutes Series a conversation: ‘The Escape of Jane’|
“The Escape of Jane,” a one-woman play, is the tale of a woman’s escape from slavery through the Underground Railroad. Attend a 90 Minutes Series performance and discussion with Patricia Thomas, moderated by Jasmyn Pearl, on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in Morton Hall 201.
|Project Hindsight: Alvin Talks MLK and Homework Stress|
Alvin Chaney talks about OHIO's Martin Luther King, Jr. celebrations and how he's dealing with the onset of spring semester's rising academic expectations. (Hang in there, AJ!)
|Feb. 10 panel discussion to explore ‘Student Rights in a Changing America’|
Ohio University’s Center for International Studies will host a "Need to Know: Student Rights in a Changing America" panel discussion from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 10, in Walter Hall 235.
|Jessica Storm receives Albert Schweitzer Fellowship and works as an advocate for women bettering their lives|
Jessica Storm, a doctoral student studying Higher Education in The Patton College of Education, received an Albert Schweitzer Fellowship. ASF prepares professionals to serve and empower vulnerable people to live healthier lives.
|Shootout competition challenges students to create films in two days|
This past weekend, Friday, Feb. 3 to Sunday, Feb. 5, student teams could be seen working throughout the Ohio University campus and surrounding area to produce a short film in 48 hours.
|iCUE Spotlight: February 2-8, 2017|
iCUE Spotlight highlights what's happening this week at Ohio University, taken from the official OHIO Calendar of University Events. This week: 48-Hour Shootout, So You Think You're Famous, and bidding farewell to President and First Lady McDavis.
|90 Minutes Series: a conversation with Cody Stavenhagen|
Cody Stavenhagen, a ’16 graduate of Oklahoma State University, is the poster child for how to break into the sports writing business today. Stavenhagen, who now covers the Oklahoma Sooners for The Tusla World, has a resume that looks like a travelogue. He’s held internships at major websites like MLB.com (two) and daily newspapers like The Minneapolis Star Tribune.
|MDIA’s 15th annual 48-hour Shootout competition scheduled for Feb. 3-5|
During the Shootout, teams of students from the School of Media Arts & Studies come together to form a cast and crew, write a script and shoot and edit a film all in under 48-hours. The three-to-five-minute student films will then be screened at a free event on Sunday, Feb. 5 at 6:30 p.m. in Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.
|Graduate student summer pay cycle to change|
The Graduate Student pay schedule will change beginning May 2017. This change will more closely align the graduate pay schedule with the academic calendar, and with when work is being performed. As a result of this change, Summer I pay dates will be paid in the appropriate fiscal year.
|Sibs Weekend is Feb. 3-5|
Ohio University is kicking off February with Sibs Weekend, so get ready to create some family memories! Big and little siblings, cousins and other family members are welcome to join in the festivities Friday, Feb. 3 through Sunday, Feb. 5.
|Project Hindsight: Meet KeAysia|
What is Project Hindsight: The First Year? It's a way to discover what being a student at Ohio University is really all about! Follow the students and share their experiences and adventures.
|90 Minutes Series: a conversation with Darrell Dawsey|
A native Detroiter and a graduate of Wayne State University, Darrell Dawsey is a firebrand – now and in his past. His work has appeared in some of the best newspapers in America, including The Los Angeles Times and USA TODAY.
|Paid undergrad research scholar positions available offering valuable applied experiences|
The Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs is offering Undergraduate Research Scholar funded positions for the 2017-2018 academic year. Highly motivated students from any school or department are encouraged to apply for these competitive positions.
|Voinovich School Energy and Environmental Brownbag Series focuses on mapping disaster responses|
Members of the campus community are invited to the first Voinovich School Energy and Environmental Brownbag of the semester on Friday, January 27 from 12 – 1 p.m. in Bldg. 22, Room 221 at the The Ridges where Rob Delach, senior geospatial manager, will discuss how maps assist responders reach those in need during disasters.
|90 Minutes Series: a conversation with Lisa Maatz|
Lisa Maatz, an Ohio University alumna, understands what the 2016 presidential election means for women in America. Attend a talk with Maatz, moderated by Lilli Sher, as part of the 90 Minutes Series on Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 7:30 p.m. in Morton Hall, 201.
|The hotel industry is experiential, as is the learning at Ohio University|
Students in the Human and Consumer Sciences academic program from the Patton College of Education recently traveled to Columbus to experience the hotel industry with the Hyatt Regency Columbus.
|Five media students studied music production alongside Spoon’s Jim Eno|
During fall finals week, five students studying music production in the School of Media Arts & Studies had the opportunity to travel to Austin, Texas, to work in the nationally renowned studio, Public Hi-Fi, and with producer Jim Eno, the drummer of the band Spoon.
|President McDavis welcomes students back for spring semester|
Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis sent the following message to OHIO students on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017.
|Process for second-year room selection underway|
Current Ohio University first-year students have until Friday, Feb. 17, to complete their online housing contact in order to be a part of the room selection process for the next academic year.