New Re-vamped Ohio Fellows Program

Ohio Fellows Program alumni. 1st Row, l-r, Kerry McCalla, Vern Alden, Lynne McCalla, Terry Moore, Ro Fallon, Bill Saviers. 2nd Row, Brian Riordan and Mike Major.

Ohio University Libraries is excited to be a part of the relaunch of the Ohio Fellows Program, a 60s-era project begun by President Emeritus Vernon R. Alden.

The original Ohio Fellows Program selected students who were identified as having extraordinary potential. As an Ohio Fellow, students were encouraged to think outside of the box, engage in lively debates and discussions, provided with opportunities to engage high profile campus visitors, and given access to internship positions.

Now, Ohio Fellow Terry Moore and five other Fellows — Robert (Ro) Fallon, Ralph Haberfeld, Bill Saviers and Kerry and Lynne McCalla — have banded together to fund and support a re-launch of the program as a part of the University‚Äôs The Promise Lives Campaign.

Read more about the new Ohio Fellows program and the connection to Ohio University Libraries in a recent article by Ohio University Libraries Director of Development Doug Partusch.