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Kanawha Project on Carbon Neutrality Seeks 15 Faculty Participants

Kanawha Project on Carbon Neutrality Seeks 15 Faculty Participants

University College and the Environmental Studies Program are recruiting 15 faculty and five undergraduate scholars to participate in the Kanawha Project during the 2014-15 academic year. The goal of the project—Advancing Carbon Neutrality: Using the Kanawha Model to Facilitate Climate Change Literacy—is to build climate change literacy to enhance the […]

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October 20, 2014 at 3:31 pmAnnouncements News

New Spring 2015 Course Examines Production, Consumption & Meaning of Food

New Spring 2015 Course Examines Production, Consumption & Meaning of Food

The Food Studies curricular theme offers a new course with an interdisciplinary approach to the production, consumption and meaning of food offered in Spring 2015. CAS 1410 Food Matters: Explorations in Food Across the Liberal Arts (3 credits) is the foundational course of the Food Studies curricular theme. This course […]

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October 20, 2014 at 10:14 amNews

New Spring 2015 Course Helps Sophomores Plan Summer Internships

New Spring 2015 Course Helps Sophomores Plan Summer Internships

A new course—CAS 2130X Career Strategies: Internship and Job Mapping—will equip students in plotting their goals for gaining experience prior to graduation. Designed for sophomores, the courses launches in Spring 2015. Students will develop an action plan for completing an internship in their field of interest during summer 2015 as […]

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October 17, 2014 at 1:57 pmNews

Senior Develops Mobile Application for Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Senior Develops Mobile Application for Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

For many undergraduate students the idea of pursuing an independent research project can be daunting. Substantial research is often something reserved for graduate school, but Ohio University has opportunities for undergraduates to conduct research and have that research funded. Funding for substantial undergraduate research comes from the Office of the […]

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October 15, 2014 at 12:47 pmNews

Student group visits Marion Correctional Institution

Student group visits Marion Correctional Institution

Students for Law, Justice & Culture, the student organization affiliated with the Center for Law, Justice & Culture, drove up to Marion Correctional Institution, a medium security prison north of Columbus, on Oct. 4 to learn about the prison’s progressive community center for inmates. The center, called LifeLine, is run […]

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October 15, 2014 at 9:23 amIn Class News

OPIE Advising: ‘Navigating the University Landscape: A Roadmap,’ Oct. 15

OPIE Advising: ‘Navigating the University Landscape: A Roadmap,’ Oct. 15

By Tanya Dovbnya Ohio Program of Intensive English and A&S International Academic Adviser  Ohio University students and faculty are welcome to join OPIE events. New Advising Initiative: Workshop on “Navigating the University Landscape: A Roadmap” is hosted for the first time by the joint efforts of OPIE and College of […]

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October 13, 2014 at 4:00 pmNews

Advising Tip of The Week: Meet with Adviser for Spring Registration

Advising Tip of The Week: Meet with Adviser for Spring Registration

By Sara Berens College of Arts & Sciences Academic Adviser The Course Registration period for Spring 2015 is almost upon us, which means you will be meeting with your academic adviser very soon. To make the most of the appointment you have scheduled together, it’s best to think of the […]

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October 13, 2014 at 3:47 pmNews