Law Graduates Tops in Passage of State Bar Exam One hundred percent of Ohio Northern University’s December law graduates passed Ohio’s February 2010 bar examination on their first attempt, and 86 percent of all ONU law graduates passed. ONU’s Pettit College of Law ranks above all other Ohio law schools in both overall passage rate and the passage rate of first-time takers.
Woodworth Lecture On May 6 the Pettit College of Law will host the annual Laurence Neal Woodworth Memorial Lecture in Tax Law and Policy May in Washington, D.C. in conjunction with ABA Tax Section May meeting.
Honors Day Recognizes Academic Achievement Ohio Northern University celebrates its 38th annual Honors Day program on May 8. Honors Day recognizes ONU students and faculty members for their distinguished scholarly achievement and service to the University community. Spring Band Festival The Ohio Northern University Freed Center for the Performing Arts presents Spring Band Festival XXXV. The wind orchestra will perform on Friday, May 7, at 8 p.m., and the symphonic and honors bands will perform Sunday, May 9, at 4 p.m.
2010 Summer Camps Ohio Northern University will host a number of academic and athletic summer camps that will bring to campus thousands of middle and high school students from across the region. Students will find a variety of opportunities to combine new discoveries with plenty of fun. More Top Stories
Smith Awarded Fellowship to Conduct Research in Central Asia Dr. David Smith, Ohio Northern University associate professor of geography, will travel to the Republic of Tajikistan to conduct research on water and conflict issues in Central Asia after being awarded a U.S. Embassy Policy Specialist (EPS) program fellowship from the International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX).
ONU Part of Federal Grant Ohio Northern University is part of a nationwide consortium of 65 universities working together as part of a $2.5 million U.S. Department of Energy grant awarded to the University of Minnesota to revitalize electrical power engineering education.
Butler Conducts Estonian Orchestra Lloyd Butler, BM ’00, resident artist and director of the Freed Center Orchestra, was guest conductor for the Parnu City Orchestra, an affiliate of the Parnu Philharmonia, in Estonia on April 17.
Henkels Certified Scott Henkels, resident technical director for the Freed Center for the Performing Arts, is now a certified theatre rigger.
Spring Hair Cut? Ready for a spring haircut? Want to make a difference in the life of a child? Donate your hair to Locks of Love! If your hair is not bleached (colored or permed is fine) and you have at least 10 inches to spare, please contact Dr. Catherine Young to volunteer. For further information about Locks of Love, visit their Web site.
Thank You! The Office of Admissions would like to extend sincerest thanks to all faculty and staff who have helped make this year a success.
Micromouse Team Wins Regional Competition Ohio Northern engineering students placed first among 13 universities at the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Region 2 Micromouse Competition held at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa.
Business Team Wins Innovation Chase Competition A student team led by Josh Koza, a senior in management from Fairview Park, Ohio, and Scott Bauman, a freshman in mechanical engineering and entrepreneurship from Napoleon, Ohio, won the 2010 Innovation Chase competition April 30 sponsored by the Wrigley Company and The KEEN Program. What are ONU students thinking? Check out the ONU Blogs!
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May 3- 16
Noon, Senior Thesis Exhibition, Elzay Gallery of Art and Stambaugh Studio Theatre Gallery
TBA, Men’s Tennis at OAC Tournament
TBA, Men’s Tennis at OAC Tournament TBA, Softball at OAC Tournament TBA, Women’s Tennis at OAC Semifinals 10 a.m., Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field at Indiana Invitational, Bloomington, Ind. 8 p.m., Spring Band Festival XXXV, ONU Wind Orchestra, Freed Center for the Performing Arts
8 a.m., Honors Day, Campus TBA, Men’s Tennis at OAC Tournament TBA, Softball at OAC Tournament TBA, Women’s Tennis at OAC Finals 1 p.m., Baseball at John Carroll 8 p.m., Senior Recital, Georgette Roby, Soprano, Snyder Recital Hall
11:15 a.m., Catholic Mass, Chapel 4 p.m., Spring Band Festival XXXV, Symphonic and Honors Bands, Freed Center for the Performing Arts 6 p.m., TNT Worship Service, Chapel 8 p.m., University Singers Concert, Snyder Recital Hall
TBA, Men’s Tennis at NCAA Tournament
TBA, Men’s Tennis at NCAA Tournament 4 p.m., Annual End of the Year Barbecue, Multicultural Center 8 p.m., Jazz Band Concert, Freed Center for the Performing Arts 10 p.m., Spring Pack the Chapel, Chapel
TBA, Men’s Tennis at NCAA Tournament 11 a.m., Chapel Service, Chapel 6 p.m., President’s Leadership Dessert, Field House
Chillin' With Jacob Weyrauch "I love how challenging the sport is. In order to be a great pole-vaulter, you have to strongly focus on technique. You can't be successful at pole-vaulting solely relying on talent." More Athletic News
Northern Without Borders What began as a routine medical mission trip to the Dominican Republic, is now a campus-wide movement to connect ONU students with service opportunities around the globe.
ONU Junior Honored The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History in New York City has selected Carol M. Wilson, a junior double major in history and professional writing from Royal Oak, Mich., as one of 10 Gilder Lehrman History Scholars for 2010.
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