Ohio University will hold a five-week prize drawing for students who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, which will conclude with a scholarship valued at one semester’s in-state tuition rate for the Fall Semester.
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Athens City Council met Monday evening to discuss and approve several ordinances, including the establishment of a designated outdoor refreshment area, or DORA, in uptown Athens.
Former OU faculty member Yusuf Kalyango sues university for over $1 million, reinstatement of tenure
Former Ohio University Scripps faculty member Yusuf Kalyango filed a lawsuit May 24 against OU in response to a case against him in which the university found he was responsible for sexual harassment.
City Council: Athens discusses creation of mental health emergency response team; urgent repairs needed to fire department
City Council: Source of income housing discrimination banned, Athens partners with OU for wastewater COVID-19 surveillance
Athens City Council met Monday evening to approve a measure banning source of income discrimination in regards to housing and to authorize the transfer of funds for several municipal purposes.
Students and faculty members share advice on how to best develop a relationship with their advisor.
Athens County is now at the “yellow,” or level one, alert level for coronavirus exposure and spread, according to the Ohio Department of Health’s Public Health Advisory System. Level one indicates active virus exposure and spread.
Another death related to COVID-19 was confirmed by the Athens City-County Health Department on Tuesday.
Councilwoman Beth Clodfelter, D-At Large, announced during City Council’s Monday night meeting she would be stepping down from her position effective immediately.
Athens County is now at level two, or “orange” risk level for COVID-19 spread and exposure, according to the Ohio Department of Health’s Public Health Advisory System. Level two indicates a high degree of virus exposure and spread.
A bill introduced to the U.S. Senate on March 15 would amend the Higher Education Act of 1965 to require institutes of higher education to report hazing incidents in their annual crime report and establish campus-wide hazing education programs.
Athens County reported 80 new COVID-19 cases last week, bringing the total count to 5,038. Athens remains a level 3, or red, county in Ohio’s Public Health Advisory System for high levels of COVID-19 exposure and spread.
The Ohio University Board of Trustees moved Friday to revoke the tenure of Yusuf Kalyango, a Scripps faculty member found to have sexually harassed a student by an Office of Equity and Civil Rights Compliance investigation.
Athens County reported 66 new COVID-19 cases last week, bringing the total case count to 4,874. One hundred and forty cases are presumed active as of Monday as the county remains in the red zone for virus exposure and spread.
Ohio University recently proposed a decrease in funding for the Center for Law, Justice and Culture, or CLJC, prompting pushback from students and faculty alike.
Athens County reported 48 new coronavirus cases in the past week, bringing its total case count to 4,808. 118 cases are currently considered active. The county remains in the red zone for high exposure and spread.
Coronavirus: More groups eligible for vaccination, less than 1% seven-day positivity rate for on-campus students
Athens County reported 49 new COVID-19 cases in the past week, and 110 cases are currently considered active. Athens remains in the red zone for virus spread.
Athens County reported 47 new COVID-19 cases in the past week, bringing the total case count to 4,711. Athens remains in the red zone, or level 3, for virus exposure and spread.
Ohio University sees decrease in tenured faculty, increase in non-tenured instructors over past 5 years
Over the past five years, Ohio University has seen a 3.9% decrease in its tenure track instructional faculty across its campuses, while the number of non-tenured faculty members is on the rise.