E.M. Tran's debut novel 'Daughters of the New Year' interweaves mother-daughter relationships with the Vietnamese zodiac

January 19, 2023 Ohio University alumna E.M. Tran's debut novel "Daughters of the New Year" has received raves from venues including the New York Times, Good Morning America, and Electric Literature.

2023 Spring Literary Festival set for March 29-30

January 5, 2023 The 2023 Spring Literary Festival is set for March 29-30 on the Athens Campus, featuring features authors Barrie Jean Borich, Denise Duhamel, and Megan Giddings.

Students can visit Berlin Wall, Nuremburg and more in May to study 'remembrance'

January 2, 2023 Students can study how contemporary societies use remembrance as a cultural tool in May while visiting sites in Germany and the Czech Republic connected to the Holocaust and World War II.

Talinn Phillips selected for State Department project, releases film project with alumna

November 17, 2022 Talinn Phillips was selected by the State Department for a prestigious English Language Specialist project and also just released a film project with alumna Rachael Ryerson.

Pre-law students visit four law schools in two days

November 15, 2022 The Ohio University chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity sent 24 students to visit law schools across the state on Oct. 21-22.

Quarter After Eight kicks off fall reading series featuring alumni, graduate students

October 20, 2022 The Quarter After Eight literary journal kicks off a Fall 2022 reading series featuring Ohio University's creative writing English graduate students and QAE staff reading their stories, essays, and poems on Oct. 26.

Visiting nonfiction writer Amy Wright to read from her work on Nov. 10

October 3, 2022 The English Department’s creative writing program features visiting nonfiction writer Amy Wright giving a public reading of her work on Nov. 10.

Division of Diversity and Inclusion to host OHIO graduate for Hispanic Heritage Month and LGBTQ History Month Keynote event

September 28, 2022 OHIO’s Multicultural Center, LGBT Center, Women's Center and the Black Student Cultural Programming Board will co-host OHIO graduate Samantha Flores for a combined Hispanic Heritage Month and LGBTQ History Month keynote event.

Students can explore modern literature in London over spring break

September 23, 2022 "There is no better way to soak up London literature, art, and culture than to visit the city that inspired it," said Carey Snyder.

Visiting poet Kathy Fagan to read from her work on Oct. 13

September 15, 2022 The English Department's creative writing program presents visiting nonfiction writer poet Kathy Fagan giving a public reading of her work on Oct. 13. 

All majors invited to apply to the Law, Justice & Culture Certificate by Oct. 7

September 9, 2022 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. 7.

Alumni News | Hannah Koerner fills her NYC apartment and career with books

August 10, 2022 Hannah Koerner interned with two publishing companies as a student. Now she's living her dream working for a book publisher in New York City.

Community invited to Black Life in the Ohio Valley Conference on Sept. 9-10

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.

Carey Snyder's take on 'Ann Veronica' by H.G. Wells provides window to discuss women's lives today

July 28, 2022 If today's social issues are but a moment in time on the trajectory of human development, then literature is not just a window to the past, but also a way to discuss the present.

Nine Arts and Sciences retiring professors approved for emeriti status

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.