One by one, first-year students filed into Ohio University Southern’s Bowman Auditorium on Tuesday evening for a chance to meet faculty, staff, and other students.
Bonnie Gay Clay passed away at her home in Ironton on August 9. She was a fine arts major with art work that won the President’s Award at OU in Athens and was a member of the Art Collaborative Club at Southern.
Rufus and the ‘Southern Crew’ are venturing out to the 119th Scioto County Fair this week, August 10-15, inviting new recruits to ‘Get on Board’ with Ohio University Southern.
Dr. Charles Jarrett has been recognized in the 2015 Ohio University Communication and Marketing “Profiles in Faculty Achievement” video series. Charles is only the second regional campus faculty member to be recognized for this award.
Ohio University Southern Campus’ leadership team gathered at the Proctorville Center on July 30 and 31 for the annual leadership retreat.
The clock is ticking as summer comes to an end and fall classes will begin on August 24. There will be a new presence of students, grades 7-12, in some of our classrooms with the implementation of Ohio University’s new College Credit Plus (CC+) program.
Late last month, a demolition crew arrived on the southern campus with the task of leveling the two vacant structures facing Liberty Avenue.
Effective August 1, 2015, Ohio University Southern will implement its tobacco-free initiative.
Ohio University Southern has a new enrollment and student services director, Kim T. Keffer. Changes to include extended office, advising hours.
This year marks the 35th anniversary for the Academy of Excellence at Ohio University Southern. Children in grades 1-6 participated in an array of hands-on classes.
Tom Suter, Senior Lecturer of Art and Campus Program Liaison, and two of his students had the opportunity to spotlight the Associate in Arts Degree during the Ohio University Board of Trustees meeting at the University’s Southern Campus.
Ohio University Southern Electronic Media students gained valuable production experience at two recent events, Russell Railroad Days and Summer Motion held in Ashland, Kentucky.
Dr. Charles Jarrett once had a dream of playing major league baseball. Listen to his short story entitled "Clark Gable Smile," a four minute audio publication aired on Nation Public Radio affiliates in South Carolina and Ohio.