From classroom to community: Ohio history gets a helping hand from students

November 14, 2023 Ohio University students are reviving the past. Led by Associate Professor of Anthropology Nancy Tatarek, Ph.D., the students are hard at work preserving the history of southeastern Ohio.

OHIO students get hands-on experience with fossil replicas

November 3, 2023 More than 300 bone and fossil replicas, ranging from gorilla skulls to rare ones like the hominin “Lucy,” are available to sociology and anthropology students thanks to a recent funding award.

Students from five colleges admitted to Certificate in Law, Justice & Culture program

October 24, 2023 The Center for Law, Justice & Culture announced its next cohort of Ohio University students that have been admitted to the undergraduate Certificate in Law, Justice & Culture program.

OHIO Professor Haley Duschinski advances scholarship on Kashmir in new book

October 5, 2023 Ohio University’s Haley Duschinski, Professor of Anthropology and Graduate Director of the MA Program in Law, Justice & Culture, has recently published The Palgrave Handbook of New Directions in Kashmir Studies.

Mock Trial Team selects 2023-24 members amid steep competition

September 28, 2023 The Ohio University Mock Trial Team selected 20 students, including three first-year students, to form two teams for the 2023-24 academic year.

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.

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. 

Archaeology students have their own blockbuster summer adventure

July 14, 2023 Field School in Ohio Archaeology students are spending their summer searching for artifacts from Ohio's first peoples—one square meter of earth at a time.

Professors' new book traces Ohio history from first peoples to first settlers

July 13, 2023 The official founding of the state of Ohio dates back to 1803, but human habitation in Ohio goes back much further, back to the first peoples who helped shape the state we know today.

Student David Lamp makes discovery of a lifetime: fluted point from first peoples in Ohio

June 26, 2023 David Lamp was on his hands and knees, trowel in hand, back at OHIO as a graduate student on June 2, when he made the discovery of a lifetime.

Hailey Gifford found passion and power interning with ACLU of Ohio

April 6, 2023 Hailey Gifford wants to influence policy, and she recently found a home for that passion in an internship with the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio.

Women Who Tell Our Stories: Madeleine Hordinski

March 29, 2023 Madeleine Hordinski BA ’20, BSVC ’20, has been taking pictures of people ever since she was in her young teens. Now, the freelancer's work has appeared in multiple national publications.

Eight graduate students win cash awards in Three Minute Thesis competition

March 14, 2023 Eight graduate students won cash awards at the Ohio University Three Minute Thesis Competition finals hosted by the Graduate College on Feb. 23.

Matt Rosen's work finds books, ideas are helping post-socialist Albania shape its modern culture

February 22, 2023 Cultural anthropologist Matthew Rosen traveled to Albania in 2015, looking for a place to study the relationship between literature and social life.

Pre-Law Day features law school and career panels, resume review and more on March 2

February 9, 2023 Pre-Law Day on March 2 is an excellent opportunity for pre-law students at Ohio University to connect with alumni and explore their interest in law school and the legal profession.