|University College, Libraries debut online OHIO history project|
University College and University Libraries are proud to debut “An Introduction to Ohio University,” a web-based, multi-media project that documents the University’s rich and distinct history – from its humble beginnings in the wilderness of the Ohio Country through its post-World War II rise to prominence.
|University, city celebrate opening of Bobcat Lane|
Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis and Athens Mayor Paul Wiehl gathered Tuesday with members of the campus and Athens communities to celebrate the opening of Bobcat Lane on the OHIO campus.
|Faculty, staff invited to attend 2015 convocation|
In honor of the start of the 2015-2016 academic year, Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis has invited all University faculty and staff to attend the annual Faculty and Staff Convocation.
|University and medical school launch new campus in Cleveland|
In a day that Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine leaders are calling a major milestone for the 40-year-old college, 51 new medical students arrived for their first classes on Wednesday, July 8, at the new Ohio University campus in the Cleveland area.
|President Roderick J. McDavis honored by Asian Indian Alliance|
During an event held in his honor, Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis was recognized by the Asian Indian Alliance for representing the highest standard of excellence and integrity in all areas of leadership in higher education institutions.
|New offices formed through Institutional Equity reorganization|
Two new offices have been established in place of the former Office for Institutional Equity as part of a proactive approach to best serve the needs of the Ohio University community with increased focus and support. OHIO Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit explained this is the result of a reorganization effort that responds to current and future needs with regards to accessibility, equity, and civil rights compliance.
|Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine launches networking group for women|
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine has launched ohiowomen in medicine, a professional networking and mentoring group for Heritage College alumni, friends, students and employees. The Heritage College is the first to create an affiliate of Ohio University’s ohiowomen initiative, a program designed to help connect women with the university, students and each other
|Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine opens facility for clinical trials|
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine has opened a facility for conducting clinical trials and studies involving human subjects. The Clinical & Translational Research Unit (CTRU), which is located in Irwin Hall on the Athens campus, provides support for all stages of clinical research from idea development to final reporting. The Heritage College hopes the CTRU will help take the college’s research program to the next level, putting it on par with other institutions that have high-profile clinical research programs.
|OHIO celebrates its 200th class of graduates|
Saturday, May 2, was a historic day on the Athens Campus as Ohio University celebrated its 200th Commencement and welcomed more than 3,200 undergraduates into the Bobcat alumni family.