Ohio University is virtually celebrating International Education Week this year.
Students’ connections to Athens and Appalachia often shape their decision to attend Ohio University.
Pina said his final goodbyes to Athens, Ohio, during Wednesday’s Student Senate meeting.
Some school board members worry that classes could once again be forced to go completely virtual.
Despite the interruption of COVID-19, school board members still say the project is on track.
October means it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the world is working together to spread awareness.
Boring, technical textbooks should be reimagined.
The district began teaching online last spring, and will reassess the situation following the end of the first quarter to see if students can return to school.
The tours will require masks.
ACSD is providing students with resources for the transition to online learning.
The Athens City School Board saw updated rendering of the new elementary schools.
Due to poverty in Athens County, standardized test scores are often not the best judge of students’ academic achievement.
The three models all have different points on the education spectrum.
Enrollment is declining, but graduating classes are growing.
Faculty Senate heard from OU President Duane Nellis on the suspension of fraternities on campus.
OU’s curriculum is behind competing universities.
President Nellis talks with student senate on the need to enhance OU’s academic reputation.
Arian Smedley will fill the position of Kent Butler, who has served on City Council for 11 years.
The Eastern Campus will get a new interim dean and interim associate dean, the Chillicothe Campus will get an interim dean and there will be a new interim executive dean for regional higher education.