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 […]Read more ›
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The Fire to iPhone theme presents “Growing Up Digital: Learning After the End of Privacy” on Thursday, Oct. 16, at 4 p.m. in Baker Theater. In this multimedia lecture, Dr. Richard E. Miller will discuss how digital technology is disrupting the Ivory Tower’s three cornerstones: teaching, learning, and administration. This […]Read more ›
The Sustainability Studies curricular theme supports Campus Sustainability Day and Costume Swap for student, faculty, staff and alumni participation this fall. Campus Sustainability Day: Follow the Office of Sustainability on Twitter (@SustainableOU) to engage in a live-tweeting event on Campus Sustainability Day, Wednesday, Oct. 22, working with Facilities and other […]Read more ›
The Making & Breaking the Law theme announces a series of special “spotlight” course offerings in Spring 2015. All students are encouraged to sign up for these courses focusing on the complexities of law and justice in the 21st century. Ohio University general education and College of Arts & Sciences […]Read more ›
The Center for Law, Justice & Culture continues the “Critical Resistance to Mass Incarceration” series with a panel discussion on the challenges of life after incarceration on Tuesday, Oct. 7, from 5 to 7 p.m. in Baker 231 . “The growth of incarceration in the United States has led to a […]Read more ›
The Geography Colloquium series presents Dr. Jon Barnett of the University of Melbourne on “Climate Change and Human Security: Key Findings from the 5th Assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change” on Friday, Oct. 10, from 3:05-4:30 p.m. in Walter Hall 235. The colloquium is co-sponsored by Ohio University’s […]Read more ›
The Knowing the Future theme launches a new course on “Knowing What We Know” in Spring 2015. “The theme includes a broad range of classes that teach and discuss the tools that are used to make predictions in disciplines from Mathematics to Population Biology to History,” says theme leader Dr. Daniel Phillips, […]Read more ›