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First and second year MSES students, Voinovich School Energy & Environment Students, Voinovich Scholars, and interested staff and faculty are exclusivelyinvited to tour Crane Hollow Nature Preserve on Saturday, August 27th from 9:30 to 4:30 p.m. Crane Hollow is a nearly untouched 2000-acre land conservancy at the heart of Hocking County and the site of […]
Each year, the Jenco Foundation Fund at The Foundation for Appalachian Ohio issues a public call for nominations for individuals serving others in one or more of Appalachian Ohios communities. They are dedicated to improving the quality of life of others through their service and leadership. It is far less often their job to do […]
Sen. George Voinovich served as mayor of Cleveland for nine years, governor of Ohio for eight and as a U.S. senator for 12. During that time the Senator acquired an impressive set of documents and materials pertaining to his work on public private partnerships, urban revitalization, health care policy, environmental issues, U.S. foreign relations within […]
The Professional Leadership Certificate will equip OHIO students with the tools and information they need to be successful in the job and internship search process. To receive the Professional Leadership Certificate, a student will need to complete three, one-hour workshops, a 30-minute career coaching appointment, and a mock interview. The workshops in this series include: […]
Author and former award-winning journalist with the New York Times, Gary Rivlin, will be on campus Wednesday, April 13 from 7 8:30 p.m. in Walter Hall, room 135 to deliver the 2016 James Lecture on Urban Politics, focused on, Katrina: After the Flood. Most of New Orleans sat under water when Rivlin arrived there […]