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Wednesday, December 4,2013
Campus NEWS

Dean named to national board

Renée A. Middleton, dean of Ohio University's Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education has been elected to the Board of Directors for the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS), stated a news release. Her term on the board is for four years.
Wednesday, December 4,2013
Campus NEWS

Magazine gives OU high ranking in Fulbright scholar production

The Chronicle of Higher Education ranks Ohio University as one of the "Top Producers of U.S. Fulbright Scholars by Type of Institution in 2013-14" in its November issue. According to a news release, with five Fulbright recipients from the university this year, Ohio is ranked alongside research institutions such as Boston University, Texas Tech University and New York University.
Wednesday, December 4,2013
Campus NEWS

OU’s new 3D printer impresses open house visitors

By Sijie Wang
A 3D printer was busy printing more than a dozen chess pieces, a pair of scissors and a contact container at the same time, while around 75 people walked in a lab at Ohio University's Innovation Center Tuesday to get a close look at this $250,000 machine and what it's capable of.
Tuesday, November 26,2013
Campus NEWS

Identity issues: The plight of transgender students at OU

By Jacob DeSmit
It must have been puzzling to most people passing Ohio University's Howard Park last Wednesday evening why a group of nearly 40 individuals were huddled in a small ring around a brightly colored blue, purple and white flag. They lighted candles as they took turns reading names from index cards into the nippy November air.
Wednesday, November 20,2013
Campus NEWS

'Protect Your Balls' benefit generates dodgeball frenzy

By Matt Lardner
Before a single game in the Colleges Against Cancer's Protect Your Balls dodgeball tournament concluded on Nov. 17, Luke Gamertsfelder pulled down his shorts. With an odd-numbered 17 teams each shelling out the $20 entry fee for the bracket-style tournament, two squads were drawn from a hat to compete in a play-in game.s.
Wednesday, November 20,2013
Campus NEWS

Speaker looks at booze, sex assault, intervention

By Evan Peter Smith
In the past few months, following the public sex act that occurred on Court Street during homecoming weekend, numerous events have been held – ranging from open discussions to more organized faculty meetings – to determine a possible course of action in the future, a way in which both the Ohio University administration and the student body can prevent sexual victimization on and around campus.
Wednesday, November 20,2013
Campus NEWS

OU addresses men's role in sexual assault, consent issues

By Elizabeth Cychosz
After several months in which the hot topic on campus has been sexual assault and consent, Ohio University set aside time on Monday to focus on the role of men in the issue.
Sunday, November 17,2013
Campus NEWS

Dates announced for two spring fests

Prime Social Group has announced the date for the 12th edition of the #FEST, April 12 at the same festival site, west of Athens, as the past few years.
Sunday, November 17,2013
Campus NEWS

OU Communication facility's opening delayed

By David DeWitt
Foundational problems, bad weather and other unforeseen conditions have delayed the Scripps College of Communication from beginning its move into the Schoonover Center on East Union Street.
Wednesday, November 13,2013
Campus NEWS

Prof compares Steve Jobs and mathematical pioneer

By David DeWitt

What does Steve Jobs have in common with a 13th century Italian from Pisa named Leonardo? Turns out, quite a lot, as was explored by Stanford professor Keith Devlin in the first and only Kennedy Lecture Series speech of the fall semester Tuesday night at Ohio University's Memorial Auditorium.

 
 
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