Multicultural Student Expo 2016 is Aug. 25 The Multicultural Student Expo will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25. The event allows multicultural students to meet new friends, network with faculty and staff and learn more about the university's many academic and social offerings.
Fellows Program students learn leadership skills at Grand Teton National Park In early May, 10 students grouped with Chris Fowler, director of the Ohio Fellows Program, and Peter Mather, interim dean of University College, trekked across the country to Grand Teton National Park. Teamed with the Teton Science Schools, the students studied leadership as it pertains to systems thinking and an understanding of ecological systems.
#BusinessBobcat Buzz Podcast: What advice would you give to your 21-year-old self? In this episode, Hailey Spivak, '17 reflects on the speech she delivered at the first annual Schey Talks, sponsored by The Ralph and Luci Schey Sales Centre this spring. Modeled after TED Talks, the event featured 11 student speaker, garnered more than 200 attendees, and raised more than $5,000 for the Athens County Food Pantry.
OHIO seeking student speaker to address Class of 2020 Ohio University's Division of Student Affairs recently launched its #LoveOHIO contest, a competition that will determine the upperclassman who will address OHIO’s Class of 2020 at the President’s Convocation for First-Year Students.
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.