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Mar 31, 2015
CEO advises student leaders on corporate culture change, growth
Ohio University alumnus Howard Ice, CEO of Ice Industries, recently met with College of Business Select Leaders. Read what he had to say. Full Story...
Campus conversation, guided tour to launch ‘Little Cities as a Classroom Learning Community’
The Ohio University community is set to explore its relationship with the surrounding boom-to-bust coal mining lands known as the Little Cities of Black Diamonds/Little Cities of the Forest microregion. An on-campus conversation is set for the Walter Hall Rotunda on Friday, April 10, from 9 a.m. to noon, followed by a guided tour of the region on Saturday, April 11. Full Story...
Longtime director of Athens International Film + Video Festival to step down (AUDIO)
This year marks the 42nd anniversary of the Athens International Film + Video Festival and Ruth Bradley's final year as director of the event, a position she's held for 28 years. Full Story...
Meteorology program hosting storm spotter training
The Ohio University meteorology program is hosting a National Weather Service Storm Spotter Training Session on Monday, April 6, in Walter Hall Room 235. Full Story...
Moms Weekend 2015 packed with fun things to do
Moms Weekend is April 10-12 and there are plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy. Full Story...
OHIO’s Proctorville Center lends helping hands in annual cleanup effort
Students from the Ohio University Proctorville Center recently joined area residents, business professionals and others in the annual Operation TLC (Tidy-Up Lawrence County) cleanup effort. Full Story...
Ohio University announces three candidates for Chief Information Officer
The three candidates for the position of Chief Information Officer will have an opportunity to speak with the University community in a series of open forums. Full Story...
Students brave cold to learn field methods over spring break
Jen Bowman, a senior environmental project manager at the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, offered a class over spring break on gathering and assessing environmental data from the field. She planned the class to be outdoors. However, with an unexpected level 3 snow emergency, she had to adapt. Full Story...