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Although Athens County is home to the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, the county was ranked last in clinical care for Ohio in the national County Health Rankings.
About 30 Ohio University employees and students gathered in the Walter Hall Rotunda yesterday to discuss last Friday’s budget proposal and share their questions with university administrators.
Ohio University administrators fielded questions about budget reduction targets, while senators voiced concerns about the university’s commitment to academic quality at last night’s “extraordinary” Faculty Senate meeting.
Faculte Senate Meeting April 11
Post Staff Writers Pat Holmes and Rebecca McKinsey spoke with Faculty Senate Chair Joe McLaughlin about the senate's extraordinary meeting tonight. McLaughlin also weighs in on the recently released budget reduction targets.
With its recent national and international success, the Ohio University Press is looking to continue producing award-winning books given last year’s reorganization and a changing market.
With a proposed state budget asking higher education instructors to increase their teaching workload, some OU faculty say Gov. John Kasich is asking them to do “more with less.”
A crowd of about 120 people gathered by a grove of cherry blossom trees last night to pay tribute to victims and support survivors of the earthquake and tsunamithat shook Japan last month.
About 15 Ohio University employees attended yesterday’s open forum to evaluate one of the two finalists for the position of director of government relations.
After Senate Bill 5 passed in the Ohio House yesterday, Ohio members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees are looking to petition for a “citizens’ veto.”
Ohio University will hold two open forums next week for the finalists for the director of government relations position.
A recent resolution passed by Student Senate regarding a restructuring of General Fee funding has raised debate about whether such redistribution would be advantageous for Ohio University given its current budgetary problems.
Ohio University’s Faculty Senate passed a resolution at its meeting Monday that denounced Senate Bill 5 and called on public officials throughout the state to support their stance.
Ohio University students living on campus might have to pay to house out-of-town visitors during fest weekends next quarter.
ZANESVILLE, Ohio — Ohio University is looking for ways to guarantee debt its foundation issued in 2000 to pay for construction of off-campus housing.
ZANESVILLE — The Ohio University Board of Trustees will vote today on a resolution that would offer early retirement and voluntary separation options for university employees during fiscal year 2012.
ZANESVILLE, Ohio — Ohio University’s Board of Trustees will vote today on whether or not to add a new representation to Faculty Senate.
ZANESVILLE— With Ohio University facing an estimated $27 million cut in state funding, administrators and trustees met at the OU-Zanesville campus yesterday to discuss minimizing the university’s reliance on state appropriation.
Pick-up rugby teams from all throughout campus will take a seat to raise money for a local wheelchair rugby squad and to raise awareness about disabilities Saturday.