Stories tagged with: College of Arts and Sciences

Menard Family George Washington Forum hosts talk on Meaningful Economics on Sept. 20

September 15, 2023 The Menard Family George Washington Forum hosts Bart J. Wilson discussing "Meaningful Economics" on Wednesday, Sept. 20.

CIS launches new, flexible B.A. in International Studies

September 14, 2023 The Center for International Studies (CIS) has launched a new Bachelor of Arts in International Studies for OHIO undergraduates who seek careers and futures that are globally engaged.

Food in Sicily students see how emigration changed Sicily as integration threatens its identity

September 11, 2023 Food in Sicily students visited an ancient hill town in the Hyblaean Mountains to study the effect that migration has had on subsequent generations of Sicilians and the legacy of their culture.

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman to discuss Russia-Ukraine War on Sept. 21

September 11, 2023 The Contemporary History Institute hosts Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman (retired) discussing "The Russia-Ukraine War: Its Origins, the Present Fight, and Prognosis for the Future” on Sept. 21.

Constitution Day Lecture: Libraries, Book Bans, and the First Amendment, Sept. 19

September 7, 2023 The 2023 Constitution Day lecture at Ohio University features Athens County Public Libraries Director Nick Tepe discussing "Libraries, Book Bans, and the First Amendment" on Sept. 19.

Science Café kicks off Sept. 13 with 'Groundbreaking Research: X-Raying Just One Atom'

September 7, 2023 Science Café kicks off with Dr. Saw Hla discussing "Groundbreaking Research: X-Raying Just One Atom” on Sept. 13, at 5 p.m. in the Baker University Center Front Room and via YouTube.

OHIO student fuels passion for helping others through internship with Ohio Innocence Project

September 7, 2023 After Ohio University introduced Esme Miranda to the Ohio Innocence Project as a student organization they secured a summer internship as a social justice intern with the organization.

All majors invited to apply to the Law, Justice & Culture Certificate by Oct. 6

September 4, 2023 The Center for Law, Justice & Culture invites undergraduate students from all majors to apply for the Certificate in Law, Justice & Culture at Ohio University by Oct. 6.

Ohio University physicists aim to bring artificial intelligence, machine learning and computational tools to nation's researchers

September 1, 2023 Two Ohio University physicists are advancing the frontiers of sub-atomic research by developing AI and computational tools to accelerate both theoretical and experimental research.

English Department kicks off fall public reading series on Sept. 6 with alumnus Prince Shakur

August 31, 2023 The Quarter After Eight literary journal builds on the success of its 2022-23 inaugural reading series with a diverse slate of four readings this fall by guest authors, among them several alumni.

Ohio University Research Committee/Baker Fund process eliminates external review process

August 30, 2023 The Research Division is further streamlining the Ohio University Research Committee/Baker Fund process this year by eliminating external reviews.

Center for Law, Justice and Culture director highlights recent student engagement, announces fall events

August 29, 2023 The Center for Law, Justice and Culture is ready for the start of another exciting year of academic and experiential engagement.

Johnathan Roberts helps relaunch Ohio University Chillicothe Student Resource Center

August 29, 2023 Johnathan Roberts was recently selected as an Ohio Campus Compact AmeriCorps volunteer for the 2023-2024 academic year at Ohio University Chillicothe.

Purr-fect internship: OHIO pre-vet junior spends summer at animal clinic

August 24, 2023 Ohio University junior Jess Mitchell spent 12 weeks this summer working and living on-site at Animal Care Sanctuary, one of the biggest and oldest no-kill shelters in the United States.

Students invited to information sessions for study abroad in Northern Ireland, South Africa

August 24, 2023 Students are invited to information sessions for Human Rights, Law & Justice in Northern Ireland over spring break and Law, Justice & Transitions to Democracy in South Africa for two weeks in May.