Before you "Stand Up and Cheer" for your OHIO Bobcats football team on Dec. 2, join us at the pre-game Bobcat Bash! This is a great opportunity to meet with fellow Bobcats and get pumped for the game!
You, your family and friends are invited to celebrate the 38th Annual Holiday Luncheon at The Field Club, a beautiful venue in Sarasota, Fla., on Dec. 3.
More December events
OHIO Fulbright Program makes national news
Two national media outlets have recently covered OHIO's participation in the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
The Chronicle of Higher Education published a list of top Fulbright producing institutions by type for 2011-2012, and The New York Times website included contributions from Amelia Holowaty Krales, a master's student in the School of Visual Communication, who spent 10 months in the nation of Tuvalu on a 2010-11 Fulbright research grant.
University offers tuition award for children of alumni
Starting in Fall 2012, the OHIO Next Generation Award will be given to any full-time Athens Campus freshman or transfer student who is required to pay the non-resident surcharge and whose parent(s) or legal guardian(s) hold a degree from Ohio University. Currently, the non-resident surcharge is $8,964.
Internship links pupils, economic development leaders
A new internship program at Ohio University will offer undergraduate and graduate students affiliated with the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs with the opportunity to intern at the IEDC and gain practical experience in local economic development issues. The program will provide OHIO interns with the chance to play a role in the largest economic development association in the world.
Former master's student wins Time Magazine award
Andrea Morales' work in Glouster, Ohio, has won her the top prize in Time Magazine's Next Generation Contest, announced Oct. 26.
This is a new award for Time, which asked for photographers of the class of 2011 to submit portfolios to the contest.
Morales submitted her project, titled "Extracted Dreams, Implanted Realities," that dominated her time while at Ohio University.
The 2012 Alumni Awards nomination deadline has been extended to Dec. 15.
Photo by Ohio University School of Theater PACE photographer Jennifer Reed
Interview and discussion with alumnus and world-renowned artist Jim Dine, BFA '57, conducted by OHIO alumnus Joseph Becherer, BFA '87, MFA '89, founding Director and Chief Curator of the Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, Michigan. The event was held November 3rd at Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium in Athens, Ohio. The exhibit "Jim Dine: Sculptures and Large Prints" was on display at Kennedy Museum of Art through November 27, 2011 as part of the College of Fine Arts 75th Anniversary year. For more information on the upcoming 75th Anniversary Weekend April 13-15, 2012, click here.
Multi-Purpose Center to enhance student life at Ohio University
Ohio University is proud to announce the Multi-Purpose Center project. This 74,000 square foot indoor facility will transform the future of student life by allowing for a variety of recreation and athletic activities on campus year round. The Walter family’s generous $8 million donation puts this project off to an incredible start. Learn about the unique features offered by the Multi-Purpose Center, watch a promotional video, read testimonials and more!
Shop the Bobcat Store for the holidays!
The online Bobcat Store has all of your holiday gifting needs covered. Through the month of December, add an $8 alumni t-shirt, an $8 OHIO hat or a $4 paw print mug to any order! Shop holiday gift sets, diploma frames and our selection of OHIO drinkware.
We have OHIO apparel for the whole family; shop men's and women's, kids' and our retro collection. Still deciding on the design of your holiday cards? There is still time to customize your full-color, OHIO-themed Christmas cards through the Ohio University Alumni Association Print Store!
Annual Postcard Project connects alumni with prospective students
The Ohio University Volunteer Alumni Admissions Network (VAAN) will begin accepting registrations for the 2012 Postcard Project in late December. The project is a recruitment tool used to establish personal contact with students who have been admitted to OHIO but have not yet confirmed their intent to enroll. By participating, alumni have the opportunity to create personal connections with prospective students and encourage them to attend OHIO.
In 2011, more than 230 alumni volunteered and sent out over 2,300 postcards to high school students in 32 states.
Interested alumni will be provided with the students' contact information and OHIO-themed postcards with pre-paid postage.
Alumni are encouraged to visit the VAAN website to register as a volunteer and participate in this exciting program. For more information on the 2012 Postcard Project, click here.
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Sign up now for a 2012 Alumni Tour
As winter sets in, plan an escape with fellow Bobcats and sign up for one of OHIO's many alumni tours. Seize the opportunity to travel the world and visit places you've always dreamed of seeing, from Brazil to Italy to South Africa. As part of your tour, you will have access to exclusive guest speakers, events and travel arrangements, all while connecting with fellow alumni and creating lifelong memories.
In 2012, OUAA will offer over 15 international tours for OHIO alumni, friends and family. Among those tours is a Celtic Lands cruise, which includes visits to Ireland, Scotland, Wales and France and will feature lectures from David Eisenhower and Sir Winston Churchill's granddaughter. Also, for the first time ever, OUAA is offering a 30-day journey in Cuenca, Ecuador,
where participants will have the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the culture, people, history, art and cuisine of Ecuador.
To learn about our other exciting tours or to register, click here.
Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellows opportunity for recent graduates, retirees and career changers in the STEM fields
If you have a strong background in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (the STEM fields) and a desire to make a difference in Ohio's schools, we want you!
Ohio University, in conjunction with the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, is seeking applications for the next cohort of Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellows who will change the world, one student at a time. Among seven Ohio campuses selected to participate in this statewide program (see wwteachingfellowship.org), Ohio University is the only one preparing Fellows to teach in rural schools -- and the only one offering Fellows full tuition support.
Each Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellow receives a $30,000 cash stipend, admission to a master's degree program, preparation in a rural high-need secondary school, support and mentoring throughout a three-year teaching commitment, guidance toward earning a teaching license, and a lifelong membership in a national network of highly respected intellectual leaders. In addition to the Fellowship, Ohio University is also offering a full-tuition scholarship to Teaching Fellows -- an excellent financial incentive not offered by other Woodrow Wilson Foundation partners in Ohio.
The recommended application deadline for the 2012 cohort of teaching fellows is Dec. 21, 2011 and enrollment is limited.
For more information on the program and application process, please click here.