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.
January 6, 2023 Ohio University’s Center for Advising, Career and Experiential Learning has announced that 13 spaces on campus have received its Experiential Spaces Designation for the 2022-2023 academic year.
December 13, 2022 Ohio University has named four professors as its 2022-23 Presidential Research Scholars: Neil Bernstein, Ronan Carroll, Katherine Jellison, and Patrick O’Connor.
December 1, 2022 Classicist Neil Bernstein brings modern access to 2,000-year-old classic Latin poetry through his English translation and commentary in two new books.
November 28, 2022 As senior Sydney Walters looks ahead to life after Ohio University, she has some big plans as she waits to hear on her graduate school applications.
September 8, 2022 The Drs. Ram and Sushila Gawande Speaker Series features Jeffrey J. Kripal discussing "Archives of the Impossible: The Further Reaches of the Imagination" on Oct. 20.
August 10, 2022 South African human rights advocate Mohamed "Shafie" Ameermia arrives in Athens on Sept. 1, bringing with him a lifetime of expertise and experience to share with OHIO students.
August 3, 2022 Scholars and community members will delve into four centuries of Black history and heritage at the Black Life in the Ohio Valley Conference.
June 30, 2022 The Ohio University Board of Trustees approved emeriti status at its June meeting for nine College of Arts and Sciences professors upon their retirement from Ohio University.
June 29, 2022 The Ohio University Board of Trustees voted in June to award promotion to 25 College of Arts and Sciences faculty member
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.
April 15, 2022 The Classics and Religious Studies Department is offering the introductory course, JS 1000: Introduction to Jewish Studies, this fall.
April 14, 2022 All that’s left of Payne’s Crossing, an African American settlement dating back to the 1800s, is remnants of the cemetery? Actually, there’s a lot more to discover about this once-thriving settlement
February 15, 2022 An Ohio University alumna filmmaker and a religious studies professor teamed up to edit a special journal issue on "cult films," as told through interviews with scholars and filmmakers.
Loren Lybarger and colleagues examine how remembering Argentina state terror drives demands for justice today
February 1, 2022 A new book by Loren Lybarger and two colleagues examines how remembering this tragic past can help people mobilize for justice in the present.