04/29/2024
Senate News, April 29, 2024
Senators heard from Amity Noltemeyer, Interim EHS Dean and Professor, regarding a proposed EHS TCPL cap increase, from Tracy Haynes on the proposed Senate Attendance Policy, and from Jason Abbitt, Associate Dean of the Graduate School, regarding the administration of graduate awards. Senators discussed four items of old business.
04/24/2024
Google Storage quotas to be enacted May 22
On May 22, 2024, we will be turning on quotas in Google Drive. Your quota is dependent on your primary role at the university.
Substance Use Disorders Among Older Ohioans - The Need for Policy Change
Nearly four million older Americans are struggling with substance use disorders (SUDs).
04/22/2024
Weekly Tech Update: Your What's What of IT News
We've got some important things to share with you this week. Click here to learn more!
04/18/2024
Beyond the office: IT Services trade keyboards for community
Throughout the past month, IT Services folks have had the opportunity to get out from behind the computer screen several times.
04/15/2024
Weekly Tech Update: Your What's What of IT News
Check out all our updates for the week!
04/15/2024
Senate News, April 15, 2024
Senators heard from Nicholas Money regarding an Individualized Studies, Bachelor of Philosophy proposal, and from Michael Crowder regarding proposals to revise the registration policy and doctoral time limit policy. Senators discussed two items of old business.
04/11/2024
ADVW Course Policies Update
ADVW Course Policies Update
04/11/2024
Fire & Ice: The Long Awaited Battle!
After five years, the Fire & Ice Chili Challenge returned Wednesday, March 27, in a heated battle between cooks across the university.
04/08/2024
MPIL Call for Cohorts - Fall 2024. Deadline is April 26.
MPIL Call for Cohorts - Fall 2024. Deadline is April 26.
04/08/2024
Weekly Tech Update: Your What's What of IT News
The eclipse isn't the only crazy thing happening this week. Check out what's new with IT!
04/04/2024
Email Scam Soliciting Presentation Speakers
The Information Security Office has received numerous reports that a series of fraudulent email messages asking for presentation/lecture speakers have been circulating.