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A special Homecoming edition of the CE3 Brownbag Lunch series will feature an OHIO Voinovich School Alumni Panel with Ginger Schmalenberg (MPA), Resource & Development Director, The Gathering Place and Dylan Drugan (MSES), Senior Resource Planning Analyst, American Electric Power on Friday, October 7 from 12 1 p.m. in The Ridges, Bldg. 22, Room … Continue reading CE3 Brownbag, Friday, Oct. 7@ 12pm: Voinovich School Alumni Panel
The Common Experience Project on Sustainabilityat Ohio University will have a free screening ofthe film Cheshire,Ohio, on October 5 from 7 – 9 p.m. at the Athena Cinema uptown. The film Cheshire, Ohio explores the sale of Cheshire, Ohio to the American Electric Power company (AEP) following concerns by Cheshire community members of the impacts … Continue reading Cheshire Ohio Screening with Panel on 10/5
Every Wednesday at 5 p.m., students gather at the Ohio University Baker Center Front Room for a topical discussion hosted by guest faculty speakers. Science Cafs, focused on the sciences, and Caf Conversations, focused on journalism, are venues for students to informally share their interests with faculty presenters, staff and the community in a friendly … Continue reading Caf series provides weekly opportunity for casual learning and discussion
Ohio University is committed to providing undergraduates opportunities for research as well as scholarly and creative works and activities. As part of this effort, the Office of the Vice President for Research and Creative Activity sponsors a program of travel assistance for undergraduate students presenting their work to the scholarly community. The Undergraduate Travel Fund … Continue reading Receive up to $500 to travel and present your research
For exclusively online students, students who commute, or those who simply have jam-packed schedules, it can be difficult to make it onto campus for brief appointments or meetings. Thats why Ohio Universitys English Language Improvement Program (ELIP) offers online tutoring, accessible to both graduate and undergraduate students. Whether students are working on a thesis or … Continue reading English Language Improvement Program offers online services to help students from afar