Ohio University’s Board of Trustees on Monday agreed to increase in the cost of a project to renovate the old President’s Residence at 29 Park Place by $1.2 million, bringing the total project’s cost to $3.5 million.
When the vast majority of Ohio University students, as well as many faculty members, leave Athens at the start of May, all news, all activity, everything comes to a complete halt in this town. It goes into suspended animation till Move-In Week in late August.
Ohio University staff and students are hoping to be proactive this year – as students flood back into town – in educating them about sexual assault and consent, as the “Red Zone” begins with fall semester.
Ohio University announced yesterday (Thursday) that it has hired Julie Cromer as the university's new director of athletics. Cromer is the first woman to serve as AD in the school's history, according to the announcement.
Six sexual-assault incident reports were logged by the Athens and Ohio University police departments since late April, when OU students were preparing to leave town.
Ohio University’s summer semester enrollment is down compared to the same time last year, as of the usual date that the university sends its enrollment statistics to the state.
A Columbus attorney and Ohio University alum is questioning the university’s $711,000 project to demolish the 90-year-old Brown House on University Terrace, right next to College Green.
Ohio University once again is moving to upgrade its signage at the Convocation Center and Peden Stadium, with two new electronic “ribbon boards” set to be installed at a cost of $400,000.
A building at 9 Factory St. in Athens that was built in 1916 has been demolished by Ohio University to make way for a new OU Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine building.
The Ohio University Board of Trustees last week approved a resolution granting a $72,000 bonus to President Duane Nellis, along with a $7,000 raise to his annual pay for the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
The Ohio University Board of Trustees last week approved several big construction projects, as well as a new six-year capital-improvement plan to guide potential big construction and renovation projects over the next six years.