Renowned pianist Kathryn Woodard to perform
The Department of Music presents pianist Kathryn Woodard in recital on Sunday, April 6, at 4 p.m. in Presser Hall’s Snyder Recital Hall. The concert is free and open to the public. Nils and Susan Riess Stage dedication, April 11
The stage at the Freed Center for the Performing Arts will officially be dedicated as the Nils and Susan Riess Stage at 7:30 p.m., Friday, April 11, followed by ONU’s production of Footloose. The dedication honors of Nils Riess, who has been the central figure in growing, developing, managing and leading the Freed Center and the academic programs it houses.
2014 Sax Day Evening Concert
ONU’s Department of Music presents the 2014 Sax Day Evening Concert on Saturday, April 12, at 7 p.m. in Presser Hall’s Snyder Recital Hall. The concert is free and open to the public. The program features four artists in different combinations, showcasing the saxophone in a fun program of jazz, contemporary and classical music.
Keiser Lecture to focus on ‘Driving Innovation and Value through Sustainability’
ONU will host a lecture by Scott Griffin, chief sustainability Officer at Greif Inc., in the Dicke Forum on Monday, April 14, at 7 p.m. This lecture is free and open to the public. Griffin’s presentation, titled “Driving Innovation and Value through Sustainability,” is part of the Keiser Distinguished Lectureship in Life Sciences program, named in honor of ONU alumnus Terry D. Keiser, professor of biological sciences and director of university sustainability.
Woods presents paper
Dexter Woods, professor of business administration, presented a paper, “Viva Yeshiva? Update on Faculty Unionization Possibilities at Private Universities,” at the 50th annual MBAA International Conference in Chicago, Illinois.
Keller presents at roundtable
Deidre Keller, associate professor of law, presented “Image Lessons: Navigating Copyright as Education Emigrates Online” at the 2014 IP Scholars Roundtable, held March 29 at Drake University School of Law.
Arps presents at conference
Shahna Arps, lecturer in sociology, presented a paper, “Short-term medical missions: why do students participate and what do they learn?” at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology in Albuquerque, New Mexico, as part of a panel entitled “Studying Abroad: Strategies for Learning and Giving Back.” Arps collected data for her paper during a mission trip to the Dominican Republic with the ONU student group Northern Without Borders.
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Outdoor Track and Field at Marv Frye Invitational, Ohio Wesleyan
Women’s Golf at Wooster Invitational
1 p.m., Men’s Tennis vs. John Carroll, ONU Courts
1 p.m., Women’s Tennis at John Carroll
1 p.m., Baseball vs. John Carroll, Wander Field
1 p.m., Softball at John Carroll
5 p.m., Cleveland Regional Alumni Event
7 p.m., Senior Recital: Anna Sankovich, Soprano, Snyder Recital Hall
Women’s Golf at Wooster Invitational
4 p.m., Kathryn Woodard, Pianist, Snyder Recital Hall
7 p.m., Polaris Brass, Snyder Recital Hall
Greek Week begins
3:30 p.m., Faculty/Staff Ally Meet and Greet, Sponsored by Open Doors, Multicultural Center
8 a.m., Educational Expo, Sports Center
1 p.m., Baseball at Otterbein
3 p.m., Men’s Tennis at Otterbein
3 p.m., Softball vs. Otterbein, ONU Softball Field
3 p.m., Video Editing and Publishing, Mathile 300
7 p.m., Emerging Professional Series, Creating Professional Resumes, Founder’s Classroom
8 p.m., Instrumental Ensembles, Snyder Recital Hall