22 College of Arts and Sciences professors awarded faculty fellowship during 2022-23

June 15, 2022 The Ohio University Board of Trustees has approved 22 College of Arts and Sciences faculty members for faculty fellowship leave during the 2022-23 academic year.

Alumni News | A movement lawyer, Olayemi Olurin speaks out about incarceration, public policy

January 14, 2022 Ohio University alumna Olayemi Olurin is a public defender at the Legal Aid Society and a lawyer in New York City.

Provost Sayrs provides academic updates for Fall 2021

May 6, 2021 As we close this academic year, I want to provide some academic updates for the upcoming year as well as next steps for the academic planning processes started this year.

Solidarity with India and all Indian and Indian American Bobcats

April 29, 2021 India is currently reporting more than 350,000 COVID cases per day — more than any other country since the pandemic began.

Spring Semester 2021 Updates: Alternative Grading Option

February 25, 2021 The Academic Policy and Process Group (APPG) has recommended extending the undergraduate alternative grading option for spring semester but with a more robust course exemption process.

Preparing for Spring Semester 2021 message

January 13, 2021  As you prepare for spring semester, we wanted to provide reminders and updates.

Center for International Studies announces Black Lives Matter and Global Racial Justice initiative

November 6, 2020 The Center for International Studies announces its “Black Lives Matter and Global Racial Justice” initiative, an integrative and evolving commitment to addressing racism and its many manifestations.

Division of Diversity and Inclusion to host “Genetic Consequences of the Transatlantic Slave Trade” lecture series

October 9, 2020 The Division of Diversity and Inclusion invites the campus community to attend a two-part expert lecture series on Oct. 15 and 22.

Call for Participation - OHIO's Acknowledgement and Reconciliation Committee

October 2, 2020 The Division of Diversity and Inclusion solicits volunteer participants to serve on a committee to research the University's relationship to slavery, racial oppression, and Native land dispossession.

President Nellis delivers virtual State of the University address

August 21, 2020 President Dr. M. Duane Nellis highlighted the University’s response amid the pandemic, notable accomplishments, and strategic framework updates in the 2020 State of the University address.

Faculty fall planning update, Aug. 13, 2020

August 13, 2020 Below is important information related to the upcoming fall semester that we hope will help ease some of the disruption for students and faculty.

OHIO professor Robin Muhammad researches global history of shipyard workers in virtual workshop

August 11, 2020 Professor of African American studies Robin Muhammad has been collaborating with scholars, historians, sociologists and economists to research shipyard labor, technology and policy.

University community required to sign OHIO Pledge before return to campus 

July 24, 2020 The social compact embraces OHIO’s culture of care.

Provost Sayrs provides update for Fall 2020

June 8, 2020 I want to share the progress that has been made in academic areas as we begin preparing for a phased return to our campuses from remote work and instruction.

Executive Vice President and Provost Sayrs affirms OHIO's commitment to social justice

June 5, 2020 The Office of Executive Vice President and Provost Elizabeth Sayrs urgently affirms the University’s commitment to social justice.

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