A trio of professors from the College of Arts and Sciences draw the honor of Distinguished University Professor this year.
The outpouring of support for the Office of Volunteer Relations’ first Buckeyes Give: Day of Service spoke to the office’s growth as it approaches its first year of existence, but it also showed the best is yet to come.
The University Staff Advisory Committee surveyed more than 2,000 staff and brought those findings to President Michael V. Drake and his leadership team to review. Drake was eager to work with USAC to achieve many of the group’s recommendations.
New Ohio State technology makes cell phone batteries last up to 30 percent longer on a single charge.
Exercise researchers have developed a new treadmill that automatically changes speed to match the pace of the runner.
The unassuming piece of stainless steel mesh doesn’t look like a very big deal, but it could make a big difference for future environmental cleanups.
Students are helping to change lives through the Pay It Forward Marion program, which promotes civic engagement in English courses and works with the local community through service and philanthropy.
Armed with tree-identification booklets, 30 area woodland owners spent a recent afternoon practicing what they learned in an outdoor living laboratory at the OSU Mansfield campus.
How do you survive a scandal, especially when you are the president of the United States? This year’s Warren G. Harding Symposium tackles the touchy issue.
Fri, Jul 03, 2015
This study examines the antitumor effects of a cancer-killing virus combined with a second-line chemotherapy drug.
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Wed, Nov 12, 2014
Wexner Medical Center
FACULTY & STAFF
David Goss, Mathematics, will have the upcoming June 22-25 conference Function Fields, Zeta Functions and Drinfeld Modular Forms at Imperial College in London held in his honor for his work in the field. The emeritus faculty member’s research has included contributions in the areas of Algebraic Number Theory, Function Fields, L-Series and the Carlitz and Drinfeld Modules.
Luc Lecavalier, Psychology and Psychiatry, is part of a team of scientists who published the largest behavioral treatment study ever done in the field of autism: “Effect of Parent Training vs. Parent Education on Behavioral Problems in Children with Autism, Spectrum Disorder: A Randomized Clinical Trial,” Journal of the American Medical Association (2015), Vol. 313, No. 15, pp. 1524-33.
Rebecca Reczek, Marketing, was awarded the 2014 Early Career Award from the Society for Consumer Psychology, which honors her as one of the marketing field’s top young minds.
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For my scientific professional life I must read so much nonfiction and natural history that I seek escape in audio books of murder mysteries and spy novels while I am driving.
Core Quantum Technologies (CQT) has been awarded a $150,000 Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant by the National Science Foundation to develop fluorescing nanoparticles for medical diagnosis, imaging, and research. The Columbus-based start-up company invented a type of nanoparticle that emits different colors to tag molecules in biomedical tests.
By Brad Henry Medical procedures and Google GLASS are a hot topic. The medical community is exploring opportunities where GLASS may be of use. The Wexner Medical Center recently used GLASS to broadcast a surgical procedure to medical students via a Google Hangout. Medical training is not for everyone: the event was covered by the […]
UCAT is proud to support lecturers at Ohio State through the Local Lecturer Support Grants. This is the first year of a grant program specifically for lecturers, and here we highlight the four projects that will each receive $5000 for lecturer programming and support for the 2015-16 academic year.