Saving the planet: March 6 Science Café highlights a geospatial perspective

February 19, 2024 Duane Nellis, Ph.D., will discuss "Remote Sensing and Geospatial Analysis for Helping Save Our Earth” on Wednesday, March 6, at 5 p.m., as part of OHIO’s spring 2024 lineup for the Science Café series. The event will be held at the Baker Center’s Front Room and will be available to stream via YouTube.

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.

Science Café features Ryan Fogt discussing 'Recent Extreme Antarctic Sea Ice Decline' on Oct. 11

September 27, 2023 Ohio University's Science Café presents Ryan Fogt discussing "Recent Extreme Antarctic Sea Ice Decline in a 20th Century Historical Context" on Wednesday, Oct. 11.

Student Enhancement Awards provide $110,116 in funding to 20 students

July 19, 2023 The Ohio University Student Enhancement Awards program provided 20 students with a total of $110,116 in funding for their original research, scholarship and creative work this spring.

Professors' new book traces Ohio history from first peoples to first settlers

July 13, 2023 The official founding of the state of Ohio dates back to 1803, but human habitation in Ohio goes back much further, back to the first peoples who helped shape the state we know today.

What’s new? Ohio University Broadcast Meteorology Degree

June 14, 2023 In May, Erin Ashley was the first to graduate with Ohio University’s new Broadcast Meteorology degree. She is now a meteorologist at WTVG in Toledo.

Yeong Kim selected for NEH-funded Rust Belt Humanities Lab

June 2, 2023 Yeong Kim, associate professor of geography, was selected to participate in the Rust Belt Humanities Lab, a summer seminar focusing on the people and places of the Rust Belt.

The efforts behind a greener Ohio University

April 17, 2023 Every day, students, faculty and staff work to make Ohio University a more climate-friendly place to live and learn. 

Betsy Kunstel helps students plan the academic journey that's just right for them

April 13, 2023 While the lure of living in Athens often inspires alumni to wish they could spend another year here, alumna Betsy Kunstel's job is to help students find their Goldilocks time at Ohio University.

Navy renames oceanographic survey ship after OHIO geologist Marie Tharp, who helped discover plate tectonics

March 29, 2023 U.S. Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro announced that the Pathfinder-class oceanographic survey ship formerly named USNS Maury has been renamed the USNS Marie Tharp in honor of an OHIO alumna.

13th Annual Meteorological Symposium hosts meteorologists from around the country on March 25

March 22, 2023 The Ohio University Chapter of the American Meteorological Society hosts the 13th Annual Meteorological Symposium on March 25.

University community mourns Geography Assistant Professor Emeritus Ronald Isaac

February 10, 2023 The university community mourns the passing of Assistant Professor Emeritus of Geography Ronald Isaac, former department chair and founder of OHIO's meteorology program.

Pre-Law Day features law school and career panels, resume review and more on March 2

February 9, 2023 Pre-Law Day on March 2 is an excellent opportunity for pre-law students at Ohio University to connect with alumni and explore their interest in law school and the legal profession.

Four faculty fellows helping College of Arts and Sciences on curriculum, assessment, One OHIO

February 8, 2023 The College of Arts and Sciences announces four faculty fellows helping the college with curriculum, assessment and One OHIO college process development for this academic year.

M. Duane Nellis gets lifetime achievement award for service to environment and higher education

January 19, 2023 From the Kansas Flint Hills to the Kalahari Desert, President Emeritus and Trustee Professor M. Duane Nellis has explored the world via planes, trains, automobiles—and satellites.