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.
Faculty in the News
News concerning faculty:
The first Ohio University Summer Coding Camp, which took place May 31-June 4, hosted 21 students from across Ohio. The camp is a free program offered by the University to help introduce middle-school-age girls to basic computer programming with the hope of helping them develop skills that can open pathways for them in this rapidly growing career field.
Students in the J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems take courses where they progressively learn a foundation of technology and software that build upon one another. The Information and Telecommunication Systems (ITS) Labs are where students pick up these hands-on skills and training that employers and internship coordinators look for when choosing qualified candidates.
Students in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism have a new outlet for their creative ideas and classroom assignments, and it comes in the form of classroom walls and windows they can write on.