|10 things everyone can learn from the @OhioUBusiness Super Bowl live tweet|
Think Super Bowl commercials are solely for entertainment? Think again. Sunday night, #BusinessBobcat professors Alexa Fox (-AF), ColinGabler (-CG), and Dan Dahlen tweeted their reactions to #SB50 commercials. Here’swhat they found:
|#BusinessBobcats and La Universidad Americana partner with local Nicaraguan businesses|
23 #BusinessBobcats. 20 Nicaraguan students. 15 days. 8 local businesses. Many challenges, many more success stories.
|Successful entrepreneurs, OHIO alumni inspire students, dole out advice|
This year’s two Konneker Medal recipients returned to campus last week to share equal parts inspiration and advice with students from the Center for Entrepreneurship, a partnership between OHIO’s College of Business and Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, and the Russ College of Engineering and Technology.
|#BusinessBobcat Buzz podcast episode: What's up in the world of business?|
Want to stay up-to-date on business trends? Take 5 minutes to listen to Linsey Sledge, assistant director, Employer Relations, as she talks about today's top three business trends.
|Outdoor Pursuits to host 17th Annual Rock Stars Climbing Competition|
Ohio University's Outdoor Pursuits will be hosting the 17th Annual Rock Stars Climbing Competition from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 20 in the Ping Recreation Center.
|Scripps Innovation Challenge finalists announced|
Seven finalist teams were announced today for the 2016 Scripps Innovation Challenge, setting the stage for the teams to compete next month on Pitch Day for $25,000 in prizes.
|MDIA students go all out for 14th annual 48-hour Shootout competition|
Beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 5, the captains of each shootout team gathered in a Baker Center conference room to throw darts, exchange Valentine’s Day cards and toss ping-pong balls into cups of water. Each of these activities determined a prop, theme and line of dialogue students had to incorporate into their film.
|Acclaimed singer/songwriter Sharon Van Etten to visit OHIO February 19|
The Scripps College of Communication in partnership with the School of Media Arts & Studies and OU WIMI (Women in Music Industry) will host critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten on Friday, Feb. 19 from 10:30 a.m. to Noon in Glidden Music Hall. Van Etten will visit Ohio University as a part of the Scripps Visiting Artist Series, sitting down for an onstage and live-streaming interview about her widely-heralded career.
|Annual Polar Plunge fundraiser at Lake Snowden is Feb. 13|
On Saturday, Feb. 13, Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity will host its annual lake jump at Lake Snowden in Albany, Ohio, to raise money for Special Olympics Ohio.
|Off-Campus Housing Fair to feature landlords, rental companies, on-campus and community resources|
Designed to equip students with all the information and resources they need to transition to living off the Athens Campus, Ohio University's Office of Community Engagement will host an Off-Campus Housing Fair from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10, in the third-floor atrium of Baker University Center.
|Black Press conversation is Feb. 8|
Ohio University will host "A Conversation: The Black Press," at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 8 in Schoonover 145. The event is designed to spark an open discussion about the past, current and future role of the alternative press in America.
|Sociology-Criminology senior interns at the Athens Courthouse|
After changing her major from biology to Sociology-Criminology, Alysha Funk decided to start preparing for law school and found an internship that would help her resume stand out from the rest.
|Student Finds Language, Culture Entwined in Oman|
Jamie Moriarty '15 has always been interested in the Arabic language and culture. Over the summer, he took the initiative to travel to Muscat, Oman, to immerse himself in the language, make new friends, and broaden his cultural horizons.
|Learning Community Programs recognizes outstanding students, instructors|
Students and staff gathered on Sunday, Jan. 24, for the annual Learning Community Programs Awards Banquet. It was a time of celebration for the program’s successes, as fall 2015 was the most successful semester in the program’s history, with 237 Learning Community groups and 3,754 students enrolled.