Summer Sounds Choral Festival Ohio Northern University is hosting a “Summer Sounds Choral Festival” for elementary-age students (from second to sixth grades) on the campus of ONU from June 25-29.
Sale of book benefits ONU's Northern Fund A few autographed copies of Dream No Little Dreams by Dr. Clayton L. Mathile, BA '62, Hon. D. '91, ACIT '09, are available in the ONU Book Store. Proceeds from the books go to the ONU Northern Fund which provides support for University operating costs, scholarships, financial aid, faculty research and campus improvements. Mathile was the guest speaker at this year's undergraduate commencement.
Road work detours campus traffic West Lincoln Avenue will remain closed until Sept. 1, 2012, due to the Lincoln Avenue Phase II project. Detour signs have been placed on Main Street directing traffic to the sports and science complexes. Check the campus map for details.
Estell, Yoder present paper at ASEE conference Dr. John K. Estell, professor of computer engineering and computer science, and Dr. John-David Yoder, chair of the Mechanical Engineering Department, along with Dr. Briana Morrison of Southern Polytechnic State University and Dr. Fong Mak of Gannon University, are co-authors of a paper presented at the 2012 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference, held 10-13 June in San Antonio, Texas.
Nutter named Melvin Jones Fellow Paul Nutter, associate professor of technology and advisor to the ONU Campus Lions Club, has been named a Melvin Jones Fellow by Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) in recognition of his commitment to serving the world community.
Estell named to ASEE post Dr. John K. Estell, professor of computer engineering and computer science, has been named chair of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Computers in Education Division for a two-year term.
Pharmacy student receives Cardinal Health Pharmacy Scholarship Award Ohio Northern University student Katie Westgerdes, a fifth-year pharmacy major from Coldwater, Ohio, is ONU’s inaugural recipient of the Cardinal Health Pharmacy Scholarship Award. The Ohio Northern University Raabe College of Pharmacy was one of 13 pharmacy schools from across the nation selected in 2011 to receive funding from the $1.1 million Cardinal Health Pharmacy Scholarship Program.
Law student Dan Jones to spend his summer at the UN Known for having the largest influence in global affairs, the United Nations is pivotal in establishing humanitarian advancement, peacekeeping, security and conflict resolution throughout the world. When nations disagree, they often go to the U.N. for mediation. But what happens when a member state has a grievance within the U.N. itself? Daniel Jones, BA '10, a third-year Ohio Northern University law student from Ashland, Ohio, is about to find out.
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Judge Logan honored The Grand Rapids Bar Association has named Grand Rapids District Court Judge Benjamin H. Logan, II, BA ’68, JD ’72, as the recipient of the Donald R. Worsfold Distinguished Service Award. The award recognizes Logan’s 23 years as a judge and his service on a variety of volunteer organizations. Prior to becoming a judge, Logan was an attorney for 16 years and partners with defense lawyer John Beason.
Clark to Receive ASHP John W. Webb Lecture Award The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) has named Toby Clark, BSPH '67, M.S., FASHP, a leader in health-system pharmacy, the recipient of the 2012 John W. Webb Lecture Award.