McClure School News Archive
Friday, November 8
The GRID Lab is working with colleagues across the campus community to enhance the use of virtual reality, teaching students to use the latest technology to develop a variety of real-world training videos and video games.
Monday, October 21
At the end of spring 2019, OIT’s Network Distribution team realized that they needed more staff hours than they had available to complete summer network upgrades in the residence halls. They hired students from the J. Warren McClure School of Emerging Communication Technologies to help.
Tuesday, October 8
The Game Research and Immersive Design (GRID) Lab will be represented by OHIO students and faculty giving five presentations over the course of the two-day expo
Thursday, October 3
The trustees of The Ohio University Foundation have awarded more than $384,000 of the 1804 Fund to 10 undergraduate learning, faculty research and graduate studies proposals.
Tuesday, September 3
The J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems (ITS) combined with the Game Research and Immersive Design (GRID) Lab to form the J. Warren McClure School of Emerging Communication Technologies.
Wednesday, August 21
The J. Warren McClure School (formerly Information Telecommunication Systems) will combine with the Game Research and Immersive Design (GRID) Lab to form the J. Warren McClure School of Emerging Communication Technologies.
Tuesday, July 16
Communication Studies major Melody Weary credits COMS for preparing her to enter the MBA program at the Ohio University College of Business this fall.
Tuesday, July 9
Emotus Tech operates out of the GRID (Game Research and Immersive Design) Lab on Ohio University’s campus, and also has offices inside the OU Innovation Center. The GRID Lab has resources that allow Emotus to create virtual reality training scenarios — even some that are interactive.