Ohio University launched one of the nation’s first degree programs in communication systems management in 1981 to meet the telecommunication industry’s need for well-trained professionals. The program’s name has changed to the J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems, but its focus remains the same: providing a world-class education for aspiring ITS professionals.
Our students get good jobs in the industry because they learn from experienced faculty and by using the same equipment they will find in the workplace. Maintaining this level of quality is important to these students’ futures, as well as the school’s.
We encourage all alumni and friends to support the J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunications with their gifts of time, expertise, and money. Our two primary fundraising operations are the annual Lonsbury Memorial Scholarship Golf Classic and the ITS Innovation Fund.
For information on giving to the McClure School, call or e-mail Robin Stock at 740.597.9019 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To give now, visit www.ohio.edu/advancement/gift.cfm.