Campuswide News & Events

Feb 262020
 

From 2:30-5 in the Faculty-Staff Dining room (by the elevator in HWCC) come watch videos and learn about how language has been leveraged across the world to enact peaceful change. Examples from Argentina, Afghanistan, Serbia, and more! OWU Sponsoring Organization/Office: House of Linguistic Diversity. Contact: Meg Edwards at mmedward@owu.edu

Feb 262020
 

This Thursday, the Science Lecture Series will host Ram Lalgudi, inventor and CTO of Airable Research Lab. The talk will be held Thursday, Feb. 27, at 4:10 pm, in Room 163 of the science center. Title: Soy-Based Consumer and Industrial Products: Research Opportunities for Chemistry and Biology Students A description of the talk and additional (READ MORE)

Feb 262020
 

Thanks to a generous offer from DailyChatter, OWU is now able to offer this international daily newsletter to the OWU campus free of charge. DailyChatter aims to curate some of the most interesting and important global developments and prepare it in a conversational, easy-to-read report. It is digital, independent, as well as non-partisan. Subscription to (READ MORE)

Feb 262020
 

There were a few items left behind in Gray Chapel Saturday afternoon: pair of glasses, an insulated tumbler, and one half of a pair of wireless earphones. Please contact Mrs. Emmons in Elliot 211 or call ext. 3906 to claim. OWU Sponsoring Organization/Office: Mock Convention. Contact: Leigh Ann Emmons at laemmons@owu.edu

Feb 262020
 

We are offering a Theory-to-Practice Grant (TPG) information session today ahead of the Round 3 grant application deadline on Friday, March 6. Wednesday, February 26 @ 4:10 pm in HWCC 229. Again, the deadline for Round 3 Theory-to-Practice Grant applications is March 6 at midnight. You can find a link to the application and guidelines (READ MORE)

Feb 262020
 

It’s cuffing season and all new relationships are exciting but it’s important to know when you deserve better. Oftentimes, people in emotionally abusive relationships don’t understand that they are being abused because there’s no violence involved. However just because you are not being physically harmed, it doesn’t mean that the abuse isn’t affecting your mental (READ MORE)

Feb 252020
 

It’s cuffing season and all new relationships are exciting but it’s important to know when you deserve better. Oftentimes, people in emotionally abusive relationships don’t understand that they are being abused because there’s no violence involved. However just because you are not being physically harmed, it doesn’t mean that the abuse isn’t affecting your mental (READ MORE)

Feb 252020
 

On Tuesday, Feb. 25, College Republicans and the YDSA are teaming up to sponsor a lecture on the Vietnam War. Vietnam army nurse veteran Mary Powell will speak about her experiences and the ramifications of war. This lecture will be held in the OWU Library Bayley room from 7-8pm. Don’t miss it! OWU Sponsoring Organization/Office: (READ MORE)