|1-Credit Themes in Action courses offered in Spring|
Students looking for a 1-credit course for Spring 2016 can dip into one a CAS 1300x Themes in Action course. Choose from five different sections—each focused on a different curricular theme—and get involved in activities and events around sustainability, local food, justice and social change, wealth and poverty, and international security
|Doctoral communication student conducts “Hidden Poetry” workshop on Nov. 12 for veterans, public|
The day after Veterans Day, Nicole Eugene, a doctoral candidate in the School of Communication Studies, will host a free workshop titled “Hidden Poetry: How does poetry help people who carry the hidden wounds of war and trauma?”
|Meet the College of Business Professor: Dr. Connie Esmond-Kiger|
She loves puzzles, was once an interior designer, and fell in love with Athens on a dreary December day. But, the most important thing to know about Dr. Esmond-Kiger is how much she loves students, teaching, and developing curriculum.
|Polish company Benus adopts recommendations from Ohio University MBA students|
Students from the MBA class of 2015 recently found that the company they worked with in Poland is now implementing their recommendations. As a result, the company is poised to grow in lucrative Asian markets.
|Center for International Studies hosting open house Nov. 13|
The Center for International Studies at Ohio University will host an open house on Friday, Nov. 13, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Yamada International House 009 Classroom.
|Grad student helps schoolteachers learn classroom management|
Alex Holdaway, sixth-year Psychology doctoral student and his team at the Center for Intervention Research in Schools, is working to provide education majors with the skills they need to effectively manage their classrooms before they graduate.
|Meteorology club named top chapter by American Meteorological Society|
The Ohio University Chapter of the American Meteorological Society was named "Outstanding Student Chapter of the Year" by the American Meteorological Society.
|OHIO welcomes largest class of Cutler Scholars in program’s history|
This fall the Ohio University Manasseh Cutler Scholars Program welcomed 15 new recipients of the prestigious four-year undergraduate scholarship, the largest first-year class in the program’s history.
|Student starts Uniiculture social platform|
Miguel Gomez '16 founds Uniiculture is a social platform to bridge the gap between communities (e.g. International, Social Justice/Activist, Greek Life, Sports, Arts & Media, etc.).
|Communication student receives award from Ohio Department of Public Safety|
Ohio University student Kaorin Marshall, studying communication, was recognized in an awards ceremony by Ohio Department of Public Safety Director John Born and Ohio Anti-Human Trafficking Coordinator Elizabeth Ranade Janis for her efforts to combat human trafficking in Ohio on Oct. 29, 2015.
|OHIO CUE training sessions scheduled|
Ohio University faculty, staff, and students are invited to participate in a hands-on training session on how to use the features of the upgraded central OHIO Calendar of University Events (CUE). The next is scheduled for 11 a.m. on Nov. 2. Space is limited, so please RSVP to email@example.com.
|Office of Sustainability will present Trashion: The Up-Cycled Fashion Show Nov. 14|
Students will turn their trash into fashion and strut their stuff at “Trashion: The Up-cycled Fashion Show.” Join us in the Tanaka Multi-Purpose Room in the new Living Learning Residence Hall Complex on Saturday, Nov. 14 from 3-4:30 p.m. Audience members will determine the winner so your voice is important. Refreshments will be provided. Come to support - come for fun - come for inspiration - come for food!
|Two Ohio University students awarded scholarships by Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society|
Two Ohio University students were recently awarded Jo Anne J. Trow Scholarships by Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society for First-Year Students. A scholarship in the amount of $1,000 was awarded to Erica Rieder, and one in the amount of $1,000 was awarded to Brenna Innocenzi.
|Alden Open mini golf to be held during Dads Weekend|
In honor of Dads Weekend, Ohio University Libraries will host the third Alden Open, a mini golf event held inside Alden Library,from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7.
|Alumnus Bob Paxton's 4 top tips to become a leader|
Alumnus Bob Paxton returns to Athens for Leadership Speaker Series and shares tips
|Business world round up: 5 business trends you should know about|
From new sources of energy to robots taking over, here are five things trending in the business world that you need to know about as a growing business professional
|Morales sparks Psychology Club, wants others to experience undergrad research|
The driving force behind the club's success so far is Nicole Morales, a senior Psychology and Sociology-Criminology double major with minors in Spanish and Busine
|OHIO community successfully rallies for GameDay Recycling Challenge|
On Oct. 17, Ohio University competed against colleges and universities across the nation in the 2015 GameDay Recycling Challenge, a waste reduction and recycling competition. More than 22,000 football game attendees recycled and composted 7,225 pounds of materials for a 96 percent diversion rate from landfills. That’s almost a third of the weight of the entire Bobcat football team.
|Psychology sophomore says it started with George Carlin|
Although only a sophomore, Brad Osuna is diving into his passion for psychology. With fieldwork, research experience, and a graduate-level course under his belt, Osuna is committed to getting all he can from the psychology program at Ohio University.
|Four ways to protect your intellectual property|
Aspiring entrepreneurs received expert advice on protecting their intellectual property from two national experts on the subject at the most recent Venture Café co-sponsored by the Center for Entrepreneurship and the Ohio University Technology Transfer Office.