Zotero Workshop

Thursday, May 22,

1-2 p.m., Alden Library 319.

Zotero is a free tool for collecting, organizing and citing research materials.


Memorial Day

Monday, May 26. University closed.

Summer Scholars 
June 2 to July 3, Grosvenor and Irvine halls.
Contact: Jill Harman at 740.593.2147 or 

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) 
June 2 to July 14, Ohio University campus.
Contact: Jill Harman at 740.593.2147 or



June 3-26, Grosvenor and Irvine halls. Contact: Alicia Boards at 740.593.2465 or

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Robert Cain, D.O. ('88) and associate dean for graduate medical education, wrote an editorial on Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association.

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Integrating Professionals for Appalachian Children receives $900,000 grant
Integrating Professionals for Appalachian Children (IPAC) has been awarded a federal grant of nearly $1 million to help connect southeast Ohio families with primary care providers and to strengthen and expand IPAC programs that improve access to essential health care services for children.

Since 2002, the nonprofit group has helped coordinate health and wellness programs involving several community agencies in the region as well as Ohio University's Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, College of Health Sciences and Professions, Scripps College of Communication, and the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs.



Class of 2014 is encouraged to embrace profession's changes while holding to patient-centered approach
One of the nation's leading figures in osteopathic medicine emphasized the exciting changes now transforming the profession, but also the need for continuity, when he spoke to the 2014 graduating class of Ohio University's Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine.


Calling it "a wicked great day to be a D.O. in Ohio,"

Robert S. Juhasz, D.O., told the 112 new osteopathic physicians taking their degrees last week that while they should embrace the developments underway in osteopathic medicine, they should continue to cherish the patient-centered, hands-on approach that makes D.O.s unique.


College presents more than 50 student awards
Executive Dean Kenneth H. Johnson, D.O., opened a special awards ceremony for the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine by observing that the 2014 graduating class is leaving the college "at a time of incredible transformation." 
This transformation, he noted, includes the pending arrival of the first entering classes at two new Heritage College campuses, in Dublin this July and in Cleveland in July 2015. 

James works on effort to increase diversity in state health care workforce

What are the most effective ways of recruiting more minorities into Ohio's health care workforce?


That was the question posed to a panel of health educators and policymakers gathered recently by the Health Policy Institute of Ohio, a nonprofit organization that provides information and analysis on health care policymaking. Calvin James, chair of the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, was invited to present successful minority recruitment initiatives at the Heritage College as part of the discussion.

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Pediatrics Club collecting peanut butter and jelly to help Athens-area children

The student Pediatrics Club is collecting peanut butter and jelly from Heritage College students and faculty for the annual Peanut Butter and Jelly Project, which is organized by Athens County Children Services. The program provides children in the region with peanut butter and jelly sandwiches during the summer months when school-sponsored lunch programs are no longer available.


Donated items can be placed in boxes located at Irvine 194 and 128, as well as the Learning Resource Center and Admissions Office in Grosvenor Hall.

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