Ohio University graduate student Verenea Serrano has been accepted for study in the Ecuador Professional Preparation Program this summer. Serrano is a fourth-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology doctoral program. See her publications on Research Gate. She will spend part of her summer in the four-week immersion program in […]Read more ›
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The Department of History announces a new course for Fall 2015: HIST 3520: Roman Law and Society. The course is taught by Dr. Kevin Uhalde, Associate Professor of History. Uhalde specializes in the relationship between law and justice, and the role of truth, remorse, and sincerity in judicial procedure in Late Antiquity and […]Read more ›
By Tetyana Dovbnya OPIE and College of Arts & Sciences International Student Adviser Ohio University and OPIE hosted visitors form the Omani Consulate in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 24-25. Dr. Talal Al Bulushi, a new cultural attaché at the Cultural Office of the Embassy of Oman, and Mona Selim, Academic […]Read more ›
Students interested in urban sustainability can study abroad this summer in Scotland Edinburgh: City and Environment runs May 26 through June 25. Students earn 6-8 credits while spending five weeks in one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. For more information on the Edinburgh: City and Environment, contact Dr. Geoff Buckley, […]Read more ›
Students can earn 6 to 9 credits in Tel Aviv, Israel, this summer. Israel: Cultural and Political Intersections runs June 15 through July 19. Note that $750 automatic scholarships are available for the first seven Bobcats to apply. Information sessions are: Wednesday, Jan. 28, from 1 – 2 p.m. in […]Read more ›
This summer, join Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies and Classics & World Religions for an amazing program experience at Gawande College in Unmarkhed, Maharashtra, India. The “India: Gender, Culture, and Development” program is July 1 through Aug. 1, 2015. The deadline for applications is Feb. 16. Students will have the […]Read more ›
The Food Studies curricular theme begins the spring semester with informational sessions on two opportunities to study food and culture, one in Sicily and one in Washington, D.C. Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. in Ellis 103. Learn more about the Food in Sicily Maymester experience abroad. Jan. 22 at 6 […]Read more ›