Dr. Lynn Harter will use her expertise in health communication to be the host and producer of the WOUB Public Media podcast: "Defining Moments Podcast: Conversations about Health and Healing".
Faculty in the News
News concerning faculty:
Dr. Roger Aden from the School of Communications Studies was nominated for being a supportive, compassionate and empathetic educator.
Few attorneys have WOUB Director Tom Hodson's knowledge of news reporting. As a former judge, it's what makes the OHIO professor the perfect person to make new members of the judiciary media savvy.
National and regional music industry leaders—including hip-hop legend Chuck D of Public Enemy--visited Ohio University on March 28 for the second annual OHIO Music Industry Summit.
Faculty and students in Ohio University’s GRID Lab in the Scripps College of Communication create new worlds through video game design and virtual or augmented reality technologies.
Over spring break, 26 OHIO students attended South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, TX, as a part of the Media Arts & Studies (MDIA) Global Opportunities program led by lecturer Josh Antonuccio.
John Bowditch, director of the Game Research and Immersive Design (GRID) Lab, received the prestigious Outstanding Administrator Award on April 2.
The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication, in partnership with the Ohio University Performing Arts & Concert Series, the School of Media Arts & Studies, the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, WOUB Public Media, and Arts for OHIO, will welcome NPR Music’s Bob Boilen to the main campus of Ohio University in Athens on Friday, April 12.
People from Athens and beyond will have the opportunity to learn different aspects of the music industry Thursday at the second Ohio University Music Industry Summit.
Stewart's letter to the Columbus Dispatch outlines five reasons why high school students should hold onto their dreams of a college education.
In a fall semester course, students are able to examine topics employed in theme park development and participate in an off-campus field experience in Orlando, Florida.
E.W. Scripps journalists earned seven winner awards and six finalist awards at the Region 4 Society of Professional Journalists conference at Cleveland State University on Saturday.
The School of Communication Studies is pleased to announce that, following the retirement of Dr. Judith Yaross Lee, Dr. Roger Aden has been selected as the next Charles E. Zumkehr Professor of Speech Communication.
Marcy Nighswander and the Ohio University chapter of NPPA are honored with awards that recognize their expertise in photojournalism education.
In a column for USA Today defending press freedom, Aimee Edmondson, associate professor in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, outlines the historic significance of the landmark libel case New York Times v. Sullivan.
In December, MDIA lecturer Josh Antonuccio and five Music Production and Recording Industry students traveled to Austin, TX to work with famed producer Jim Eno as a part of the MDIA Master Production Class.
Grant funding from Ohio University is allowing Scripps College of Communication professors Benjamin Bates and Eric Williams to work across national borders with students and researchers.
Both students and staff can nominate advisors for the Chapman Clapp Outstanding Advisor award. Three components are considered when judging candidates: accessibility and availability to students; knowledge, understanding and articulation of curriculum requirements; and commitment to student success.
Ohio University will host a national event next week addressing sexual assault and how it is covered in media. In partnership with the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA), Mary Annette Pember, a Cincinnati-based award-winning journalist and citizen of the Red Cliff Band of Wisconsin Ojibwe, will deliver a keynote address.