Innovator of the Year: Hesham El Gamal Electrical and Computer Engineering Hesham El Gamal is a world-renowned information theorist with key contributions to wireless communications that have been recognized by both industry and academia. His research has led to the development of pioneering technology that holds the promise of revolutionizing the mobile video delivery industry. […]
To say that 2013 has been an eventful year at Ohio State certainly would be an understatement.
Operation: Military Kids and the Veterinary Medical Center’s Enhancement and Expansion project are just two of the many deserving funds Ohio State faculty and staff can contribute to during the 2014 Campus Campaign, which runs through April 30.
By Emily Caldwell Ohio State staff and faculty at risk for developing Type 2 diabetes will have rare access to a free, worksite-based diabetes prevention program based on federally funded research that showed the intervention to be highly effective at warding off this pervasive disease. Carla Miller, associate professor of human nutrition in the College […]
Studies suggest ways to reduce injuries on the assembly line by Pam Frost Gorder Letting autoworkers sit while they reach into a car’s interior could help prevent shoulder and back strain — but another solution might be to tilt the entire car so that workers can stand up. That’s the finding of two recent studies, […]
Markerless image capture allows scientists to better examine a player’s natural motion By Pam Frost Gorder, Research Communications A new approach to motion capture technology is offering fresh insights into tennis injuries — and orthopedic injuries in general. Researchers studied three types of tennis serves and identified one in particular, called a “kick” serve, which […]
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.
Newark professors have integrated a discussion on cosmopolitan courtesy into their study abroad and service learning courses.
Ohio State Provost Joseph Alutto has recommended Gregory Rose to become interim dean and director at Ohio State Lima. Rose, will take over for John Snyder, who will step down from the post at the end of June. Rose will keep his role as dean and director of OSU Marion and split his time between […]
The court also says that defendants can question whether specific machines operated properly at the time of the test.
The court’s unanimous decision Wednesday came in the case of man arrested in [...]
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Ohio – Lung transplantation can be life-saving and improve the quality of life
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Paul Post, Teaching and Learning, was awarded the Lockette/Monroe Humanitarian Award by the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association during the ITEEA Conference in Orlando, Fla., for promoting humanistic values while serving the technology and engineering education profession.
Marc Johnston, Educational Studies, coauthored “Which Box(es) Do I Check? Investigating College Students’ Meanings behind Racial Identification,” Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice (2014), with C. Casey Ozaki, Jane Pizzolato and Prema Chaudhari.
Curt Daniels, Medicine, was named the first recipient of the Cardiovascular Medicine Professorship. The $1 million fund supports a nationally or internationally recognized physician faculty member in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine to foster innovation and excellence in cardiovascular medicine.
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Alexander Thompson is an assistant professor of Political Science. His book Channels of Power was published in 2009.
Alexandra Salerno is a graduate of OSU’s MFA program in Creative Writing and is currently an auxiliary instructor in the English Department. What are your five favorite books and why? Atonement, by Ian McEwan. I love this novel not only because of the setting — World War II-era England — but also because McEwan does […]
We’ve done it! People came together, gave up their Easter Saturday and traded it for fun, food and big-thinking conversation around augmented reality, and the future that is coming via technologies like Google Glass.
What is Cognitive overload? Cognitive overload is a theory used in education psychology that refers to a learner that is receiving too much information at one time. You can also think about this as information overload.