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WOUB, its staff, & Storytelling Institute garner seven regional Emmy nominations Evan Shaw of WOUB Public Media and the Barbara Geralds Institute for Storytelling and Social Impact garnered seven different Emmy nominations today by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Ohio Valley Chapter.<br />Dr. Lynn Harter, the co-director of the Institute received two nominations and a Scripps College of Communication student Brett Maszczak was named in one category.
First Heritage College Rural and Urban Scholars Pathways students receive D.O. degrees When the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine launched its Rural and Urban Scholars Pathways program in 2013, the purpose was simple: to prepare future physicians to practice in medically underserved communities. In just three years, the program – which was made possible through funding from the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation – is well on its way.
#BusinessBobcat Buzz Episode 7: Go forth with honor Sometimes, we all need a little inspiration. That's why this episode features the commencement speech of Dr. David Kirch, professor of accounting in the College of Business. His speech was originally delivered at the 2016 residential MBA graduation.
Class of 2016 celebrated at Undergraduate Commencement, welcomed into alumni family Surrounded by some of the same members of the Ohio University community who welcomed them into the Bobcat family as first-year students, as well as those who supported them along the way, the Class of 2016 marked the pinnacle moment in their OHIO experience during Undergraduate Commencement ceremonies held April 30 in the Convocation Center.
ELIP class lets students get their hands dirty working with Rural Action Ask students what motivates them to attend class, do their work, and learn, and for many having the opportunity to apply their academic skills to a real-world experience is on the top of their list. International Ohio University students got to do just that in their freshmen comp requirement Business & Professional English class overseen by the English Language Improvement Program (ENG 1610: Business section).
Sophomore studies language and law to help immigrants Mara Diaz '18 knows what she wants to do and is on the road to achieve it. A sophomore with an interest in immigration issues, Diaz has taken advantage of everything Ohio University has to offer in order to prepare herself.
Senior takes top prize at OHIO physics conference Max Camp ’16 B.S., a senior in Physics & Astronomy received the "Best Presentation" award at the 2016 Society of Physics research conference for his presentation on particle physics and the search for a pentaquark, a new kind of sub-atomic particle.
Ping Center to close for annual maintenance, April 30-May 8 The Ohio University Charles J. Ping Student Recreation Center will be closed April 30 to May 8 for its annual spring maintenance. The closure allows the building to be thoroughly cleaned and the fitness equipment to be serviced or replaced.