News

Ohio University Publishes Spring 2013 Dean’s Lists

Wilson Hall

Ohio University is recognizing the academic achievements of its students by publishing the 2013 spring semester graduate and dean’s lists on the Student Lists Graduate/Dean’s List Search System. Located at http://www.ohio.edu/ucm/media/achievements/index.cfm, the website features a search system that allows specific lists to be pulled based on season, term, campus, zip […]

Read more ›
June 11, 2013 at 12:24 pmNews

Congratulations to Bobcat Teams for NCAA Academic Milestones!

Congratulations to Bobcat Teams for NCAA Academic Milestones!

The Ohio University Athletics Department posted a number of all-time program bests in the latest Academic Progress Rate (APR), as released by the NCAA on Tuesday, June 11.  Congratulations to Ohio University’s student-athletes, many of whom study in the College of Arts & Sciences. For the second-straight year, 13 of […]

Read more ›
June 11, 2013 at 8:33 amNews

Ohio Classical Conference — Call for Papers (Undergraduate Panel)

Eta Sigma Phi is excited to announce a special undergraduate panel at the Ohio Classical Conference coming to Ohio University this Oct. 4-5, 2013. Featuring a performance of Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses, presented by the Ohio University School of Theater, and a special lecture by Professor Garth Tissol of Emory University, […]

Read more ›
June 10, 2013 at 4:24 pmNews

Hawkins Shares Passion for Science, Prepares for Cambridge

Photo by Rob Hardin

By Jean Andrews Physics & Astronomy What happens to stars at the galactic center of the universe? Just how many planets exist in the Milky Way? How do stars behave around black holes? These are the kinds of questions astrophysics major Keith Hawkins pondered as he prepared to graduate from […]

Read more ›
June 5, 2013 at 7:18 pmNews

Nature’s Fury: They Can See It Coming

Nature’s Fury: They Can See It Coming

Get in the car during a tornado? Ride out Hurricane Katrina? Move an entire squadron of KC135 Stratotankers because of a weather forecast? For meteorologists, weather isn’t just a natural phenomenon. It’s a passion for protecting people—and sometimes it’s even a personal experience at ground zero. Speakers told their up-close […]

Read more ›
June 5, 2013 at 1:42 pmNews

Distance Runner Among 10 on Academic First Team in 5-State Region

Distance Runner Among 10 on Academic First Team in 5-State Region

Juli Accurso ’14 was one of just 10 scholar-athletes in a five-state region named to the Capital One Academic All-District First Team, adding yet another accolade to her academic and athletic accomplishments. Accurso maintains a 3.88 cumulative GPA while pursuing a double major in French and Linguistics. “It’s always great […]

Read more ›
June 4, 2013 at 7:33 pmNews

Hicks: Why is the Earth’s Core So Hot?

Hicks: Why is the Earth’s Core So Hot?

“In Jules Verne’s classic novel Journey to the Center of the Earth, explorers find a hidden tunnel that takes them to a forgotten land filled with wild beasts and other wonders,” writes Dr. Kenneth Hicks, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, on Sunday, June 2, in the Columbus Dispatch. Hicks writes […]

Read more ›
June 4, 2013 at 5:58 pmNews