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After four years of planning, Ohio Northern is now offering the Continuous Achievement Scholarship to one student in each undergraduate college. A joint venture of the Office of Financial Aid and Student Senate, the Continuous Achievement Scholarship will recognize students based on academic... more
ONU's Mock Trial Team 448 has qualified for the National Mock Trial Tournament by finishing in a tie for seventh place at the Cincinnati Regional Qualifying Tournament. Members of the team are: Dan Arant, a sophomore in history from Lima, Ohio; Alexandra Habbouche, a sophomore in political... more
Five ONU students were among more than 140 students and advisors from independent colleges throughout Ohio who traveled to the Statehouse on Feb. 24 for Independent College Day. ONU's representatives were: Alexandra Lynn Habbouche, a sophomore in political science from Oregon, Ohio; Kelly Morman... more
Three civil engineering students: Nathan Bair, a senior from Upper Sandusky, Ohio; Joel Metzker, a junior from Sunbury, Ohio; and Justin Stone, a senior from Burton, Ohio, have been awarded the Flexible Pavement of Ohio Scholarships of $1,000 each, for the 2009-2010 academic year. Flexible... more
The senior capstone project by four ONU civil engineering students, all now 2008 graduates, has won first prize in the 2009 Student Structural Design Competition, sponsored by the Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). The students won for their... more
Ohio Northern University student Andrew Steingass, a senior studio arts major from Ada, Ohio, was selected as a winner for the 2009 Excellence in Visual Arts Award from the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio (AICUO). He also was one of six finalists for the AICUO Grand... more
Julia Tabaj, a senior computer science major from Twinsburg, Ohio, is currently far from Ohio's blustery winter weather. In fact, she's far from this continent altogether. Tabaj is spending a school year abroad at the Southwest University for Nationalities in Chengdu, China. Tabaj decided to study... more
For the seventh-consecutive year, the ONU chapter of the political science honor society Pi Sigma Alpha has received a grant through the society's national office. This year, the ONU chapter received $1,279 to conduct research on the 2008 Electoral College. Dr. Robert Alexander, BA '94, associate... more
Ohio Northern University graphic design major Katelyn Amendolara, a sophomore from Canfield, Ohio, presented at Heidelberg’s 16th annual Minds at Work Student Research Conference on Feb. 19. A scholarly event, the conference opened its doors to students from regional colleges and universities to... more
Two Ohio Northern athletic training students will be among those traveling to Washington, D.C., as part of the National Athletic Trainers' Association's (NATA) inaugural iLead Student Leadership Program Feb. 21-23. Jenn Kinsley, a junior from North Olmsted, Ohio, and Courtney Overstreet, a senior... more