The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education celebrated the re-opening of its home on North Green following a $32.8 million renovation project— the building’s first since opening in 1959. The project was made possible largely due to Violet L. Patton (BSEd ’38, LLD ’11) and a generous gift she made in honor […]
When entrepreneurial students hatched a plan to enhance OHIO’s ecosystem for innovation and entrepreneurship, they ignited faculty, staff, and alumni interest—and C-Suite was born. Alex Kneier (BBA ’16) and Lori Bentz (BBA ’17) founded C-Suite in 2015, when they were students. Their vision: “a connected and innovation-focused community that creates with the goal of changing […]
The village of Proctorville sits across the Ohio River from Huntington, West Virginia. This community comprises 277 households and OHIO’s Proctorville Center, a satellite of the University’s Southern Campus in Ironton.
Chuck Beck (BS ’62) never saw himself as creative, but an appreciation for the arts fostered by his wife, Judy, led him to discover a rising Ohio University theater group. “I’m a math guy. I’m a numbers guy. I was in the investment business,” Beck said. “Museums, theater, and art are things I’ve come to […]
“When one side only of a story is heard and often repeated, the human mind becomes impressed with it insensibly.” —George Washington in a letter to Edmond Pendleton, Thursday, January 22, 1795 OHIO’s George Washington Forum on American Ideas, Politics, and Institutions teaches America’s foundational principles in their Western intellectual, political, and institutional contexts. It […]
In 2012, a group of OHIO parents created the Parents and Family Endowment to support student health and wellness and provide a financial safety net for students in times of crises. Since then, 3,465 individuals have contributed $265,152 to this fund. Administered by the Division of Student Affairs, it has fed students who couldn’t afford […]