Attorney General Mike DeWine wants to mandate tuition guarantees in universities and reduce student testing in K-12 public schools
Both Mike DeWine and Richard Cordray want to regulate college tuition costs and reduce K-12 testing.
OU President Duane Nellis honored alumni and discussed the university’s past, present and future Tuesday.
Fewer college students want to become educators due to intense scrutiny, standardized testing and inadequate resources.
The Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award was given to 96 colleges and universities across the U.S.
Student volunteers and administrators met to engage in critical conversation for the Open OHIO project, created by Professor Sarah Davis.
The award is part of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Yusuf Kalyango will face discipline after attempting to share a hotel room abroad with a graduate student.
The Athens City School District Board of Education approved the total cost and mileage of the bond issue that will fund the facilities master plan.
This tally has exceeded the University’s goal of $500,000 in savings.
Part of University Terrace and two parking lots will be closed Aug. 27.
University-wide honors program set to change academic landscape
There are 11 universities in the program.
Athens residents will vote on the levy in November.
She was previously a dean at the Scripps College of Communication.
Ohio University is, however, featured on the “least accessible professors,” “professors get low marks” and “financial aid not so great” lists.
Study says insecurity plays a role in why men in positions of power sexually harass others.
Here's how we got there and how it will impact students, faculty, staff and community members.
The SR Education Group recognized OU’s preferred name and pronoun policy.
OU Chillicothe partnership with Adena Regional Medical Center allows medical employees to earn a degree.
About 50 incoming students take part in the first cohort.