The Presidential Policy Advisory Group has announced a Community Forum on Free Expression on Mar. 21 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on the Athens Campus.
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The policy, which is anticipated to become effective Fall Semester 2018, will provide funded graduate students the ability to take up to a six-week leave of absence from their appointment responsibilities, and receive 100 percent of the stipend and other benefits associated with their appointment, for the birth or adoption of a child.
A University-wide OHIO Honors Program became one step closer to becoming a reality when President M. Duane Nellis addressed his newly created OHIO Honors Task Force for the first time during its Kick-Off Meeting.
Fostering and furthering student thinking, creativity and innovation has been at the core of Ohio University’s academic mission for more than 200 years. Soon, a new physical location that embodies such ideals will be centrally-located on OHIO’s Athens Campus.
A scholar of women's studies, and OHIO's top newsmaker for 2016, Dr. Katherine Jellison devotes her research to various topics of the field, including women's suffrage and First Lady Studies.Read More