Student News & Events

Feb 262020
 

Don’t wait until the last minute to buy your books! The Campus Store will return many books for full-semester courses to publishers and wholesalers over Spring Break. This does not apply to second-module courses. Books are returned or sold off to wholesalers to ensure the store can continue to offer the lowest prices to students. (READ MORE)

Feb 262020
 

My name is Sophia Ahmed, and I’m a senior at OWU. I am enrolled in an Independent Study in Geography with Professor Ashley Allen, and we are focusing on how eco-friendly perceptions impact green consumerism across geographies within the student population. I have prepared a short preliminary survey, and I would really appreciate if you (READ MORE)

Feb 262020
 

Join us at 7 p.m. March 3 in Benes B to laugh and learn about the “big O,” the most popular topic sex educators Kate Weinberg and Marshall Miller teach about! Orgasm aficionados and beginners of all genders are welcome to come learn about everything from multiple orgasms to that mysterious G-spot. Whether you want (READ MORE)

Feb 262020
 

A quick overview of my study is that I would like to test muscle recruitment in the quadriceps of different athletes at OWU. Participation is completely voluntary and all personal information will not be published. Before testing, participants will need to complete an informed consent document and a survey. I am trying to get as (READ MORE)

Feb 262020
 

Join the SOAN Gang on Weds 2/26 Noon-1PM in Elliott 304 for *ROOTBEERS and LUNCH. Guest speakers with local community organizations and Sally Leber, Director of Community Service Learning will share about working at a non-profit . OWU Sponsoring Organization/Office: Sociology & Anthropology. Contact: Leigh Ann Emmons at laemmons@owu.edu

Feb 262020
 

This Friday, join ENVS 399 and Cria Kay in Science Center room 207 for a short presentation entitled “Urban Studies and Environmental Work: Water and Wildlife”. Cria will then answer student questions about graduate school and careers focused on the environment. Cria has a Masters of Science in Environmental Informatics and Environmental Justice from the (READ MORE)