OWU Home
 
 
 
 

Home


WELCOME TO THE OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY News & Media Web site. Ohio Wesleyan strives to accommodate media requests quickly and efficiently with little or no disruption of the educational process. To expedite requests, journalists are asked to work through the Office of Media and Community Relations when seeking to interview Ohio Wesleyan personnel or students.


Recent News Releases RSS Feed Available

September 16, 2014
Ohio Wesleyan Department of Theatre & Dance to Present Shakespeare’s ‘The Merchant of Venice’
Loyalty and love. Greed and disguise. Justice. All are central themes in the money-mad world of William Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice.”
September 12, 2014
Grateful Dead Publicist, Music Historian to Speak at Ohio Wesleyan
For Dennis McNally, the Sixties never ended. The Grateful Dead publicist and music historian sees the era’s influence in the cultural questions of today, and he will discuss that enduring impact when he speaks Sept. 30 at Ohio Wesleyan University.
September 11, 2014
Ohio Wesleyan University Announces October 2014 Public Events
Ohio Wesleyan University today announced its October 2014 lineup of public events.
September 10, 2014
Ohio Wesleyan Education Professor’s Latest Book Tackles ‘Teaching Children’s Literature in an Era of Standards’
Ohio Wesleyan University professor Amy A. McClure offers this advice to educators struggling to teach children’s literature in the current era of curriculum standards:
September 9, 2014
2014 Ohio Wesleyan Graduate Receives Mortar Board Fellowship
The Mortar Board National Foundation has awarded 2014 Ohio Wesleyan University graduate Marissa Alfano one of eight 2014-2015 Mortar Board Fellowships to support her graduate school studies.
September 4, 2014
Ohio Wesleyan to Host West Africa’s Senegal St. Joseph Gospel Choir
For more than 60 years, West Africa’s Senegal St. Joseph Gospel Choir has celebrated the harmony of different cultures and performed unique interpretations of gospel spirituals, traditional African tunes, Catholic liturgy, and indigenous Muslim songs in each of the country’s four main languages.

Visit Connect2 OWU for additional news releases…


Expert Source Guide

Search the OWU Expert Source Guide

Custom Search

Key Topics
Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies Geography / Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Performing Arts – Theatre & Dance
Black World Studies Geology Philosophy
Botany-Microbiology Health and Human Kinetics Physics and Astronomy
Business and Economics History Politics and Government
Career Services Humanities-Classics Psychology
Chemistry Information Technology Public Speaking
Classics International Issues Religion
Comparative Literature Literature Sociology-Anthropology
East Asian Studies Literature and Film Student Health
Education Mathematics and Computer Science Student Learning Services
Environmental Studies Modern Foreign Languages Urban Studies
Faith, Service, and Mission Performing Arts – Music Zoology
Fine Arts    

Get Adobe Reader* Note: You will need the free Adobe Reader software to view/print PDF files. Click the "Get Adobe Reader" icon to begin the download process.