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Center for International Studies Announces Student Award Competition

Center for International Studies Announces Student Award Competition

Center for International Studies is now soliciting applications for the following student awards that are open to all Ohio University students. The Center director, Professor Steve Howard, stated that he encourages the Ohio University students who are working on international studies to get involved with the center initiatives and benefit […]

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March 27, 2015 at 8:11 amNews

Summer Courses | Digging, Harvesting, Brewing Are on the Menu

Summer Courses | Digging, Harvesting, Brewing Are on the Menu

The Food Studies theme presents a mouthwatering menu of summer classes that will have students digging in the forest, brewing in the chem lab, and maybe even harvesting some wheat in the Ohio University garden. Students who want to get their hands dirty may want to practice sustainable agriculture with […]

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March 26, 2015 at 4:21 pmNews

CLJC Seeks Undergraduate Pre-Law Associate

CLJC Seeks Undergraduate Pre-Law Associate

By Larry Hayman Ohio University Pre-Law Specialist, Center for Law, Justice & Culture The Ohio University Center for Law, Justice & Culture has an opening for a PACE student in 2015-2016! We are looking for a Pre-Law Associate who will help us develop law-related resources and opportunities for undergraduate students who […]

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March 26, 2015 at 1:54 pmAnnouncements News

Two Creative Writing Students in Top 10 for Iron Horse Prize

Two Creative Writing Students in Top 10 for Iron Horse Prize

Two of Ohio University Ph.D. students in creative writing are among 10 finalists for the Iron Horse Review chapbook prize. “Who do we root for?” says Dinty Moore, Professor and Director of Creative Writing. “Congratulations to current nonfiction Ph.D. Kirk Wisland and recently-graduated and greatly-missed Geri Lipschultz. May the best […]

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March 26, 2015 at 1:12 pmNews

Summer Internships | Snowville, Shagbark and More Food in the Community

Summer Internships | Snowville, Shagbark and More Food in the Community

Interested in an internship with Community Food Initiatives, Rural Action with Sustainable Agriculture, Snowville Creamery, or Shagbark Seed & Mill? New for Summer 2015, the Food Studies theme offers an internship and seminar on How Food Works in the Community. CAS 4410 Seminar in How Food Works in the Community […]

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March 25, 2015 at 9:58 amAnnouncements News

New Faculty Learning Community: Mapping New Worlds Of Interdisciplinary Enquiry

New Faculty Learning Community: Mapping New Worlds Of Interdisciplinary Enquiry

Mapping New Worlds Of Interdisciplinary Enquiry is a new faculty learning community. Mapping New Worlds of Interdisciplinary Enquiry seeks to facilitate the development of emergent interdisciplinary areas of study through the definition of their boundaries, the articulation of the questions they seek to answer and the controversies they embrace, along […]

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March 25, 2015 at 8:59 amAnnouncements News

Looking for a Course on Climate Change?

Looking for a Course on Climate Change?

Students looking for a course on climate change may be interested in a Sustainability Studies theme Fall 2015 course that fills the Social Sciences distribution requirement in the College of Arts & Sciences. POLS 4250 – Environmental Politics: Climate Change (A&S-SS), MWF 10:45-11:40 Manring Course topics include: Overview of Climate […]

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March 24, 2015 at 7:23 pmNews