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Sep 5
Bob Dombrowski to show artwork at Ohio University Eastern
Bob Dombrowski will be exhibiting his artwork at the Ohio University Eastern Art Gallery Tuesday, September 3 through Thursday, September 26.  The exhibit, entitled “Landscapes,” will showcase his talents in painting.

Updates to OHIO’s Student Code of Conduct now in effect
Ohio University will be kicking off the academic year with a slightly revised Student Code of Conduct that went into effect Aug. 22.

Sep 4
Multicultural Student Expo attracts more than 600 attendees
More than 600 people attended the gathering to meet new friends, network with faculty and staff and learn more about the University's diverse academic and social group offerings. The event featured 45 presenter tables and attendees enjoyed music, free food and a Greek fraternity and sorority stroll.

CPS to host Send Silence Packing installation
Send Silence Packing is an event run by Active Minds, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting mental health education across colleges nation-wide.

University adopts centralized scholarship process pilot to align with student needs
Ohio University is piloting a new strategic, centralized awarding process that will help make an OHIO education affordable for more students. The new centralized process bolsters the OHIO Signature Award Program, from which the University’s merit-based scholarships are awarded centrally by the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships.

Student Accessibility Services support student academic success
More than 1,100 students on the Athens campus, or 5 percent of the student body, are registered with the Student Accessibility Services as having a disability. The SAS staff invite students who have, or believe they may have a disability, to find out more about the services available to them and to register to receive services.

Aug 27
LINKS Pre-Matriculation program welcomes 2023 class to campus
More than 400 LINKS students and 90 peer mentors participated in the annual LINKS Pre-Matriculation program, Aug. 22-23. Now in its 35th year, LINKS is a retention, enrichment and support program for first-year multicultural and disproportionately underrepresented students.

Aug 26
MDIA students assist at Bonnaroo and Forecastle in new Music Industry Masterclass
This internship-based course provided Scripps College of Communication students the opportunity to work with festival production teams to assist in the operation of events at two major east coast music festivals: Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee, in June and the Forecastle Festival in Louisville, Kentucky, in July.

2019 Multicultural Student Expo is Aug. 29
The Multicultural Student Expo is a student organization fair for first-year African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino and Native American students. During the program, the new students have an opportunity to meet upper class students, learn about multicultural student organizations and meet other members of their graduating class.

Aug 16
Heritage College welcomes incoming medical students during 44th Convocation
On Aug. 15 the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine welcomed its incoming class of 2023.

Aug 6
Ohio University Air Force ROTC earns awards
The United States Air Force has recognized Ohio University’s Air Force ROTC (AFROTC) Detachment as the best small detachment of the year in the Northeast Region and has named Master Sergeant Heather Sutton Senior Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year for the Northeast Region. The Northeast Region for AFROTC is made up of 14 states. The Best Detachment Award recognizes Detachment 650’s excellent achievements in five categories including production, education, recruiting and retention, university and public relations, and cadet activities. The award period covers August 1, 2018 to July 31, 2019.

Aug 5
Ohio University prepares slate of events for Welcome Week
Ohio University will kick off the 2019-2020 academic year with a schedule of Welcome Week events that help new students make connections, explore the community and get ready for the year to come.

Jul 29
LGBT Center offering free student transition seminar on LGBTQ+ resources and identities
“LGBTQ Identities and Resources” is a seven-week seminar that will run from 6 to 7:20 p.m. Wednesdays from Aug. 28 through Oct. 9.

Jul 17
Student rocket design team celebrates successful launch at international competition
Ohio University’s rocket design and engineering team, the Astrocats, reached new heights with their first-ever successful competition rocket launch at the international 2019 Spaceport America Cup competition in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Jul 11
Bobcat Student Orientation 2019 [PHOTOS]
Ohio University’s campus buzzed with the energy of new Bobcats and their guests throughout the month of June as incoming students attended Bobcat Student Orientation (BSO).

Jul 10
OHIO graduate students represent OHIO at global women’s conference in Vancouver
After attending the global 2019 Women Deliver Conference in Vancouver, Canada, this summer, two Ohio University graduate students hope to amplify women’s voices at OHIO and support women’s organizations in any way they can.

Jul 8
New OHIO Honors Program attracts record numbers
More than 370 students will join the new OHIO Honors Program in fall 2019. A successful pilot of the new OHIO Honors Program in the 2018-19 academic year helped to fuel interest in this new academic initiative.

Jul 2
Fulbright award recipients encourage OHIO students to apply for prestigious grant
Ohio University had the most Fulbright U.S. Student Program recipients in the state of Ohio for the 2017-2018 year, and during the 2018-19 academic year, seven OHIO students and alumni received the award. The time is almost here to apply for the next cohort.

Jun 27
College of Business Dean Hugh Sherman announces intent to step down
Dr. Hugh Sherman has announced his intent to step down as dean of Ohio University’s College of Business (COB) at the end of the next academic year (June 30, 2020). Dr. Sherman has served as dean and the Corlett Chair of Strategy for the last 13 years.

Ohio Southern grad accepted to Air Force JAG Program
For some, the transition from living in a small town to moving to a larger city can be difficult. But, for Ambrosia McKenzie, the move from Flatwoods, KY to Cincinnati, OH is creating an environment in which she is building her desired career in law practice.

Jun 26
OHIO student wins $50,000 scholarship from Top Hat to continue education
An Ohio University student who just completed her freshman year has been named the winner of a $50,000 scholarship to continue her education.

Jun 21
OHIO First Scholars Program provides mentors to first-generation students
Anna-Kaye Rowe knew she wanted to be a mentor for the OHIO First Scholars Program as soon as she received an email about the program in the summer of 2018.

Jun 14
New Facilities Management & Safety website available June 14
New Facilities Management & Safety website available June 14

Jun 7
Forbes ranks Ohio University among America’s Best Value Colleges for 2019
Ohio University is included on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Value Colleges for 2019, one of just seven institutions in the state to make the list.

May 24
Bobcat Student Orientation 2019 to bring incoming students to campus in June
Between June 3 and June 29, about 4,000 new Bobcats will visit the Athens Campus for their two-day orientation session. BSO's mission is to make certain all students, families and guests feel welcome, comfortable in their transitions, connected to campus resources and confident in their academic schedules before their first semester.

May 21
University announces 2023 class of Cutler Scholars
Ohio University’s Cutler Scholars Program has selected 16 community-engaged leaders for the class of 2023. The incoming Scholars have been accepted into six of Ohio University’s colleges, with majors ranging from communication sciences and disorders to philosophy to computer science. The Cutler Scholars Program provides financial support, mentorship, and experiential learning opportunities to help students develop into leaders for the common good.

May 15
Southern Campus announces changes to Equine Studies Program
Changes in enrollment have resulted in modifications for the equine studies program. Current students can complete the face-to-face option over the 2019-20 academic year or transition to the online option. New students can enroll in the online track to complete an associate’s degree in equine studies.

OHIO students place in 2019 Ethics in Action National Student Video Competition
Ohio University students Anthony Bartolomucci, Chloe Green, Sydney Hutchinson, Daniel Mendenhall, Kurt Mohr, Emily Rodic, Alexandria Skowronski and Jessica Woods were recently awarded runner-up in the Viewer’s Choice Short Film Category for their video, “Ethics in the Small Things,” as part of the 10th annual Ethics in Action Video Competition put on by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy Center for the Public Trust (CPT).

May 9
Ohio University Southern graduate surprised by soldier husband
Courtany Boyer was overwhelmed with emotion as she readied to put on her cap and gown on May 3 to be recognized for earning her bachelor's degree in applied management. The reason was a surprise visit from her husband, Adam Boyer, a staff sergeant in the West Virginia National Guard.

Apr 30
Students create a new community park
A group of Ohio University students who have loved living in Athens decided to give something special back to the community this spring, creating a new park for the city.

Chemical and biomolecular engineering students win national environmental design contest
Ohio University chemical and biomolecular engineering seniors won a contest at the 29th WERC Environmental Design Contest, held April 7-10 at New Mexico State University, for their research on turning polluted water originating from farm facilities into fertilizer.

OHIO student among 55 to receive Udall Scholarship
Ohio University student Rachel Martin has been selected for a Udall Scholarship for her demonstrated commitment and work in leadership, public service, and the environment. A second student, Winter Wilson, received an honorable mention.

Apr 29
Patton College Honors Students showcase year’s research efforts in College-wide reception
The Patton College of Education hosted the Undergraduate Honors Research Reception on April 2, as members of the Michelle Connavino Honors program led presentations about their individual and group research projects. Some projects are nearing completion, while others are in their infancy.

Apr 26
OUPD to remove abandoned bikes on Athens Campus in May
OUPD will mark all bikes on campus with colored ribbon in early May. OUPD will remove all bikes that still have the ribbon attached to them during a sweep later in May.

Leadership Awards Gala honors students empowering their Bobcat community
Representatives from across the OHIO community met on April 17 to honor students who have not only excelled in their own scholastic pursuits, but have also tirelessly worked to leave a positive impact on the OHIO community and beyond.

Apr 24
Physical Education Teacher Education class organizes Bocce Tournament
The Patton College of Education’s Recreation and Sport Pedagogy Department hosted a Unified Bocce Tournament on Sunday, April 14, with athletes and guests from Expanding YOUR Horizons (EYH) competing in the event. EYH serves children and adults with developmental disabilities throughout Southeast Ohio.

The Patton College of Education organized the fourth annual Service Learning Day
The Patton College of Education hosted Service Learning Day on April 18, as teacher candidates worked with 160 Athens High School (AHS) students and a dozen community partners to promote civic engagement throughout Southeast Ohio.

V.P. for Diversity and Inclusion explains relocation of LGBT Center
V.P. for Diversity and Inclusion Dr. Gigi Secuban provides an update and detailed explanation related to the relocation of the LGBT Center and use of under-utilized space in the Multicultural Center.

Apr 23
Civil engineering senior earns National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
<br />Ohio University senior Erin Milligan, a civil engineering student in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology, has been awarded a $34,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship.

Kushinda/Ritos de Pasaje to celebrate graduating multicultural students May 3
A complement to the spring Graduate and Undergraduate Commencement ceremonies, Kushinda/Ritos de Pasaje is held to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of the class of 2019. Allison Hunter, WOUB Public Media editor-in-chief, will deliver the keynote address.

Bobcat Move-In Crew volunteers sought for fall semester
Students chosen for this opportunity will receive a free T-shirt and a chance to move in early, as well as a chance to earn up to $100.

Learn more about OHIO’s Spring Commencement 2019 events, activities
Approximately 4,000 students are expected to participate in the Spring Commencement ceremonies Friday, May 3, and Saturday, May 4 at Ohio University’s Convocation Center.

Apr 22
City of Athens to replace a Richland Avenue bridge this summer
The city of Athens will replace a small bridge on Richland Avenue near the intersection of Greenbrier Drive and the Summit at Coates Run apartment complex entrance. Work will start May 6 and end by late August.

Apr 17
Patton College student is first to receive new scholarship for veterans
Tim Blodgett, who is pursuing an online master’s degree in Soccer Coaching Education from The Patton College of Education, became the first Ohio University student approved for the Yellow Ribbon Program, an educational enhancement program that provides scholarship assistance to U.S. veterans.

Leadership Awards Gala to honor exceptional students, organizations tonight
OHIO's most exceptional students will be recognized tonight at the annual Leadership Awards Gala. In its 36th year, the event celebrates the outstanding leadership and community service of students and student organizations.

Bobcat Leadership Challenge allows students to collaborate and practice their leadership skills
On March 30, teams of Ohio University students came together to complete a series of activities that incorporate a leadership skill, according to Kendra Lutes, graduate assistant for special projects at the CLDC and the organizer of this event.

Apr 16
ODHE awards OhioCorps Pilot grant to OHIO to support at-risk secondary students in Southeast Ohio
Ohio University is one of several institutions awarded an OhioCorps Pilot Grant by the Ohio Department of Education to support at-risk secondary students in Southeast Ohio. The University will be funded $499,986 to support these students and provide them with guidance and positive role models into higher education.

Nominations sought for Chapman Clapp Outstanding Advisor Award
University College seeks nominations for the campus-wide 2018-2019 Chapman Clapp Outstanding Advisor Award. 

Apr 15
University Program Council to host annual TBT Concert featuring Sean Kingston
UPC will host its annual TBT concert with guest R&B singer Sean Kingston at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 24 in Baker University Ballroom. The event will feature a T-shirt giveaway, a caricature artist, airbrush artists, and food. The first 75 people will receive a T-shirt.

Apr 10
Graduate professional student appreciation week to kick off April 17
Students at Ohio University will be recognized during Graduate Professional Student Appreciation (GPSA) Week beginning on Wednesday, April 17, until Tuesday, April 23. Graduate and professional students will be recognized for their hard work and dedication to the University.