Ohio University held a groundbreaking for its Lancaster campus fifty years ago on April 16, 1967.
Kids in College at Ohio University Lancaster is currently accepting registrations. Some of the class topics focus on forensics science, art, astronomy, dinosaurs, chemistry, culinary skills, math, music, history and sports.
Ohio University Lancaster Assistant Professor of History Mark Nevin spoke to the Lancaster Sherman Rotary last week about President Richard Nixon and the Watergate scandal.
Two bachelor’s degree programs that can be completed at Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington were featured on this month’s edition of the television program “Fairfield Today at OUL.”
History students at Ohio University Lancaster are learning about Lancaster’s rich Civil War history and earning class credit.
Assistant Professor of History Mark Nevin is the 2014 Professor of the Year at Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington. It was announced at Honors Convocation on Friday, May 2.
22-year-old Daryl Presson has known since she was a little girl that she was destined to make history.
Ohio University Lancaster Assistant Professor of History Ping-Yuan Wang is headed to Belgium this summer to continue research funded by an Ohio University Research Committee grant.
An Ohio University Lancaster graduate is getting some recognition for his work in music. Craig Heath was recently featured in the Lancaster Eagle Gazette.
An article on the history of a more than 100-year old covered bridge located on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus, written by OUL Assistant Professor of History Mark Nevin, has been published in Fairfield Heritage Quarterly.
Josh Russell is getting a degree from Ohio University Lancaster this spring that has been 20 years in the making.
Ohio University Lancaster Assistant Professor of History Ping-Yuan Wang has been selected for Ohio University Research Committee funding during its spring 2013 cycle.
When people think of the Civil War and Lancaster, Ohio, they think of Union Army General William Tecumseh Sherman. But, not former Ohio University Lancaster History Professor Ken Heineman.
Many newscasts these days start off with the words, “According to the latest public opinion poll…” Ever wonder how public opinion polls became so important in American presidential elections?
Ohio University Lancaster Assistant Professor of History Ping-Yuan Wang has been nominated by Ohio University to compete for the National Endowments for the Humanities Summer Stipend.
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