Thomas E. Menighan, executive vice president and chief executive officer of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA), will explain why "It is an exciting time to be a pharmacist."
Music classes for families Vicki Mills, BA'88, a licensed Musikgarten teacher, will offer weekly music classes for families and their children beginning Jan. 28, 2012, and continuing through the end of May. Classes will be held on Thursdays and Saturdays in room 313 of Presser Hall.
Spotts Lecture: 'Engineering Medical Miracles at Mayo Clinic' Kevin E. Bennet, chairman of the Division of Engineering, assistant professor of neurologic surgery, and co-director of the Neural Engineering Laboratory at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., will be the featured speaker for the Spotts Lecture in the Freed Center for the Performing Arts on Monday, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m.
Belousek breaks new ground with study Darrin W. Snyder Belousek, lecturer in philosophy and religion at ONU, is the author of a major new study on atonement theology and Christian ethics recently released by Wm. B. Eerdman Publishing Co. From the publisher: In this substantial study Belousek offers a comprehensive and critical examination of penal substitution, the most widely accepted evangelical Protestant theory of atonement, and presents a biblically grounded, theologically orthodox alternative.
Reviews published The American String Teacher Association Journal, November 2011, published reviews written by Dr. MJ Sunny Zank, professor of music. The journal publishes reviews of new music, new arrangements of music and a variety of books about string teaching and instruments. Zank has been asked to review several additional string works.
Poverty alleviation the topic for Reid, Estell article Dr. Kenneth J. Reid, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering and director of freshman engineering, and Dr. John K. Estell, professor of computer engineering and computer science, are co-authors of an invited article recently published in the International Journal of Engineering Education.
Grants received Recent grants will provide robotics laboratory equipment at ONU and community service in Ada.
'Paws for Thanks' Sherry Agin, admissions, Sally Dungan, box office manager for the Freed Center, Connie Thompson, College of Law admissions, Kathy Fruchey, College of Pharmacy and Lisa Walden, assistant professor in clinical laboratory sciences, are recipients of the January "Paws for Thanks" awards. Paws for Thanks recognizes members of the ONU faculty and staff who go above and beyond their duties to help better the University.
Jan. 19 11 a.m., Chapel Worship Service, Chapel 7 p.m., Dr. John Carlos, speaker for Campus Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, Chapel
Jan. 20 1 p.m., Thomas E. Menighan, speaker for the Sebok Lecture in Pharmacy, Freed Center for the Performing Arts 6 p.m., Track and Field at Findlay 6 p.m., Swimming and Diving at Kenyon
Jan. 21 9 a.m., Wrestling JV at Monon Bell Classic at Wabash 1 p.m., Women's JV Basketball at Muskingum 1 p.m., Swimming and Diving at Baldwin-Wallace 3 p.m., Men's Basketball vs. Muskingum, ONU Sports Center 3 p.m., Women's Basketball at Muskingum
Jan. 22 4 p.m., Faculty Recital, Sarah Waters, Chamber Music, Snyder Recital Hall
Jan. 24 Law exams begin 6:30 p.m., Wrestling JV at John Carroll 7 p.m., Small Business Taxes, Tammy Schakett, hosted by CEO club, Dicke Forum 7:30 p.m., Wrestling at John Carroll
Jan. 25 Noon, EPS: Graduate and Professional School Application Process, McIntosh Room 202 7 p.m., EPS: Leveraging Technology in your Career Search, McIntosh Room 202 7:30 p.m., Men's Basketball at Otterbein 7:30 p.m., Women's Basketball vs. Otterbein, ONU Sports Center
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