Following last summer’s Supreme Court decision on affirmative action and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s interpretation of the case, administrators have allegedly warned faculty they could be individually liable for any scholarship lawsuits. In tandem, many diversity scholarships may not be awarded for the 2024-2025 school year.
Students and faculty are becoming increasingly frustrated with low retention rates among faculty after the COVID-19 era buyouts and layoffs.
Senate discusses two bills introduced by its Governmental Affairs and Environmental Affairs Commissions.
Students and faculty discuss past shows and future developments of the series.
The Faculty Senate met Monday to discuss changes to the faculty handbook and establish a phased retirement plan.
The Black History Month Committee hosted an event to highlight African American studies research. The event included awarding two students the Rev. Dr. Francine C. Child Service Justice Scholarship Endowment and showcasing faculty in the African American Studies Department’s research.
“Space is the second-most costly thing we have at the university behind people,” Interim Vice President for Finance and Administration John Day said.
A press conference was held Thursday to address the $500,000 grant the U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded to the Sustainable Ohio Public Energy Council. The council will put the funds toward aiding farmers and small businesses’ projects and ensuring it is energy efficient.
The event will be held in the Baker Center Atrium, located on the third floor, and will consist of a ribbon-cutting ceremony, a DJ, raffle baskets, food and drinks, as well as some tables with resources for those who menstruate.
In the presentation, Fallon and Metzger explain the goals, practices and student jobs among many other aspects of the Academic Achievement Center.
Entering into its third year including the study abroad aspect, Ohio University and the University of Bayreuth offer students a dual degree program in sports management. The collaboration between the institutions offers a new outlook on global sports business.
Students who use SNAP benefits, have limited options to choose from on campus; Jefferson Marketplace is the only place that allows students to use these benefits.