Scott Quad time capsule and OHIO history are unearthed
This spring, Facilities Management employees unearthed a hidden piece of OHIO history—a time capsule placed in the cornerstone of Scott Quad during construction in 1937.
Energy conservation is important to Ohio University, and we’re continually working to incorporate sustainability into our campus processes, including the design of new buildings, major renovation projects, transportation programs and the maintenance and operation of campus infrastructure.
Ohio University is home to a number of students, professional staff, and faculty working hard to help the environment.
As of October 24, 2022, the combined annual green power use of EPA’s Top 30 College & University Partners amounts to more than 3.8 billion kilowatt-hours of green power, which is equivalent to the annual electricity use of more than 361,000 average American homes.
At the October 22 OHIO home football game, Campus Recycling and its partners encourage Bobcat fans to show their true green pride by participating in the GameDay Challenge, making an effort to properly dispose of all waste created, and encouraging others to do the same. Each fall, colleges and universities across the U.S.
In accordance with the federal Clery Act, Ohio University has completed its 2022 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.
Ohio University’s Recycling Battle Royale is a four-week recycling competition between each residence hall to see which can recycle the highest percentage of their total waste. Beginning Monday, Sept. 26, through Sunday, Oct.
Several Ohio University groups have been working together to plan Rufus Recycling Days for the fall semester.
The Ohio University Safety Department works tirelessly across all of OHIO’s campuses to ensure the University is meeting safety requirements and is in compliance with research regulations.
Grace Mealey | March 24, 2022
ATHENS — After week 4 of the 8-week Campus Race to Zero Waste challenge, Ohio University takes first place in the MAC division.