Stories tagged with: Department of History

OHIO students collaborate on Kennedy Museum exhibit curation

April 17, 2024 Each year, students of the OHIO Museum Studies Certificate program curate and install an exhibit called “Merging Concepts,” and bring their own sets of ideas and twists to the theme.

OHIO Chillicothe graduate Seth Bowen contributes to community development

April 17, 2024 Seth Bowen, a recent graduate of Ohio University Chillicothe, has found his niche in Chillicothe, helping guide development as a clerk in the city's Planning and Development Department.

Deborah Marinski named dean of OHIO Southern

April 12, 2024 Dr. Deborah R. Marinski has been named the dean of campus and community relations of Ohio University Southern.

Ohio University mourns Humanities Professor Emeritus Alan Booth

February 19, 2024 Alan Booth, the Richard Hamilton-Baker and Hostetler Professor of the Humanities Emeritus and a leading member of faculty from the Alden era to the Glidden age, has died at 89.

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Baker Peace Conference to focus on 'Democracy in Decline?' on Feb. 22-23

February 13, 2024 The Contemporary History Institute will host the 2024 Baker Peace Conference, themed “Democracy in Decline? The Politics of Pluralism, Participation, and Populism,” on Feb. 22-23.

2024 Lazaroff Lecture to consider ‘Roma, Jews, and the Holocaust’

February 2, 2024 Ohio University’s History Department will host the annual Lazaroff Lecture in Jewish history on Thursday, Feb. 29, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Baker Theater in Baker University Center.

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OHIO announces Science Café schedule for spring semester 2024

January 25, 2024 The spring semester 2024 lineup for Ohio University’s popular Science Café events kicks off with Dr. Katherine Jellison on Wednesday, February 7, at 5 p.m., at the Front Room Coffeehouse in Baker University Center.

OHIO community invited to Menard Family George Washington Forum Nov. 7 event: ‘The Science of Man’ and the Problems of the Wealth of Nations: History and Philosophy in the Scottish Enlightenment

October 26, 2023 The Menard Family George Washington Forum will host Andrew Wilkins on Nov. 7, at 6 p.m. in Baker University Center 240. This event is free and open to the public.

Students from five colleges admitted to Certificate in Law, Justice & Culture program

October 24, 2023 The Center for Law, Justice & Culture announced its next cohort of Ohio University students that have been admitted to the undergraduate Certificate in Law, Justice & Culture program.

OHIO faculty member's look at the mold behind soy sauce as Japan's economic driver wins international best book award

October 5, 2023 Dr. Victoria Lee wins best book award for describing how the science of fermentation — and the microbes at the heart of soy sauce and miso soup — helped drive Japan's economy into the 21st century.

David Crane to discuss Ukraine War Crimes Tribunal on Oct. 17, says 'Putin hears my footsteps'

October 5, 2023 One of the most recognized international criminal lawyers in the world, David Crane is leading a team setting up a Special Tribunal for Ukraine on the Crimes of Aggression against Vladimir Putin.

Mock Trial Team selects 2023-24 members amid steep competition

September 28, 2023 The Ohio University Mock Trial Team selected 20 students, including three first-year students, to form two teams for the 2023-24 academic year.

Kyle Balzer joins American Enterprise Institute as Jeane Kirkpatrick Fellow

September 15, 2023 Alumnus Kyle Balzer, '22 History Ph.D., starts his new position as a Jeane Kirkpatrick Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman to discuss Russia-Ukraine War on Sept. 21

September 11, 2023 The Contemporary History Institute hosts Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman (retired) discussing "The Russia-Ukraine War: Its Origins, the Present Fight, and Prognosis for the Future” on Sept. 21.

What a year of teaching in Taiwan has looked like for an OHIO alumna and Fulbright scholar – and why she is staying for another

August 10, 2023 OHIO alumna and Fulbright scholar Alexis Karolin, B.A. ’22, has spent the past year growing personally and professionally while teaching elementary school students in Taipei, Taiwan.