Archive for June, 2016

Meet the Orientation Leaders | Joel Keefer Says ‘Don’t Be Afraid to Explore’

Joel Keefer

Bobcat Student Orientation Leader Joel Keefer ’17 says his favorite memory of his first year at Ohio University is “meeting friends that I still have today.” Keefer tells new Bobcats, “Don’t be afraid to explore the opportunities that OHIO provides.” A senior double majoring in Spanish and Global Studies: War […]

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June 3, 2016 at 3:46 pmNews

GRE, LSAT and More | Free Online Workshops, Practice Tests Offered in June

Students can start graduate school test preparation in June thanks to free, online workshops and practice tests offered by Kaplan. Students also can check out Kaplan’s tuition assistance program, The Starting Line, where they may earn up to 60 percent off tuition. The following are some great resources that will […]

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June 3, 2016 at 1:47 pmAnnouncements

Vancouver Named Byham Chair in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Dr. Jeffrey Vancouver

Dr. Jeffrey Vancouver, Professor Psychology, has been named the new William C. Byham Chair in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Ohio University. The named chair is occupied by a professor with a substantial record of publications in top I/O journals such as Personnel Psychology and the Journal of Applied Psychology in the […]

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June 3, 2016 at 10:26 amNews

Two OHIO Students Place First in Tri Beta Xi Phi Convention

Tri Beta Xi Phi chapter with Dr. John Kopchick in March.

Ohio University’s Tri Beta Xi Phi chapter hosted the annual District Convention on the bricks in Irvine Hall on March 19. Schools from all around the district were in attendance including Thomas Moore College, Shawnee State University, and the furthest Purdue University North Central. Undergraduate students from six different Tri […]

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June 2, 2016 at 2:42 pmNews

University Mourns Geography Student Who Drowned on Sunday

University Mourns Geography Student Who Drowned on Sunday

The Ohio University community mourns the passing of student Cody Hamblin, who drowned May 29. “The Brown County Coroner’s Office said Cody Hamblin, 22, of Miamisburg, died on Sunday at Lake Lorelei west of Fayetteville. He was visiting his grandparents over the Memorial Day weekend,” reports WDTN. “Officials said Hamblin […]

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June 2, 2016 at 2:14 pmNews

Greenhouse Manager Harold Blazier Receives Outstanding Staff Award

Harold Blazier answers Owen Poteet's questions about the specializations of a Nepenthes plant. Poteet is a plant biology major and volunteers at the greenhouse.

Harold Blazier, Greenhouse Manager in Environmental & Plant Biology, was selected for the College of Arts & Sciences Outstanding Staff Award for 2015-16. Blazier was nominated by Dr. Morgan Vis, Professor and department chair, and others from the department and beyond for his outstanding work as the greenhouse manager. The […]

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June 1, 2016 at 2:02 pmNews