OHIO Distinguished Professor of Playwriting Charles Smith’s “Free Man of Color” to be produced at Templeton-Blackburn Memorial Auditorium on Feb. 10

February 6, 2024 Taking place in the building that inspired the story, “Free Man of Color” will return to OHIO on Feb. 10, at 3 p.m. for a reading 20 years after the play’s initial development and performance.

Kelsi Steele’s career working for the PGA Tour started at OHIO and WOUB

February 6, 2024 Kelsi Steele knew from a very young age that she wanted to have a career that combined journalism with sports.

Los Angeles Executive Producer Suzanne Hargrove never imagined producing commercials for Nike and Adidas when she started at Ohio University and WOUB

January 30, 2024 Suzanne Hargrove has brought her career full circle after getting her start working at WOUB, when she thought she wanted a career in sports broadcasting.

Marketing/communications leader says foundation of his career goes back to OHIO, WOUB

January 27, 2024 Tony Burke majored in telecommunications and graduated from Ohio University in 1991.

Dateline, Iowa: OHIO alumni photograph Iowa Caucus for world audience

January 22, 2024 OHIO alumni travel to Iowa to cover presidential contest, political news

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PBS KIDS interactive designer creates with children from southeast Ohio in mind due to his time at WOUB

January 18, 2024 When Ocean Eiler graduated from Ohio University in 2002 after studying interactive multimedia and graphic design, the plan was to take a year abroad and then come back to the U.S. and go west.

Advancing educational excellence in physical therapy: The Sudha Agrawal Memorial Endowment

January 17, 2024 The Sudha Agrawal Memorial Endowment has made a significant impact on Ohio University's Physical Therapy program, supporting initiatives to foster intellectual curiosity, professional excellence, and unwavering dedication to the field.

Back to the future: OHIO alumni visit high schools to explain journalism careers

January 17, 2024 Alumni ambassadors visit Ohio high schools and beyond to explain media careers and opportunities amidst rapid changes in technology and delivery of information.

From engineer to artist: Ohio University Southern graduate transforms passion into print

January 17, 2024 For Sean Daniel, the decision to return to school as an adult proved transformative. He encourages others to do the same, emphasizing the unique focus and energy that come with adult education.

WOUB and Scripps College will host a panel discussion with recent alumni on how to balance career and mental health

January 16, 2024 WOUB and the Scripps College of Communication are hosting a panel discussion called Mindful Media: Balancing Truth, Journalism and Mental Health with three recent OHIO graduates on Friday, January 26.

Ohio University Libraries mourns the passing of Dean Emeritus Dr. Hwa-Wei Lee

January 12, 2024 A highly respected library professional, Dr. Lee is well known for his contributions in the field of international librarianship, especially in collaborations between the United States and China.

‘Queer Eye’ shines again at the Emmys

January 11, 2024 Executive Producer and OHIO alumnus David Collins, BSC ’89, celebrates the show's 10th Emmy Award win

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Washington Business Journal Reporter Tristan Navera says Ohio University and WOUB opened up many career opportunities for him

January 9, 2024 Tristan Navera is working as a print journalist in D.C. for the Washington Business Journal. Although not a broadcaster, Navera uses the skills he learned working as a student for WOUB Public Media.

Two more plaques have been added to the WOUB Major Donor Wall

January 5, 2024 There are now four plaques on the WOUB Major Donor Wall located on the third floor of the Radio and Television Building outside the WOUB newsroom.

How did OHIO alumni sportscasters get to the NCAA championship game? They paid their dues

January 4, 2024 When Washington takes on Michigan in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game in Houston, Texas, on Jan. 8, Ohio University alumni will broadcast the game to vast audiences.