By Elizabeth Tarpy Alcalde College of Arts and Sciences In the basement of the Hilltop Lutheran Church, you’ll find Hilltop Preschool, a nonprofit organization offering free preschool to residents of the Hilltop area, on Columbus’ west side. Operated under Columbus Mayor Coleman’s Early Start Columbus program, the school’s students and their families struggle — all […]
Ohio State’s Department of English will host a celebration of alumni creative writers — and of the Creative Writing Program — with the Writers Extravaganza October 2-4.
A $52 million federal contract renewal will allow The Ohio State University to continue a long-running national survey project that captures America’s story.
Two teams from Ohio State were among eight chosen from around the state to participate in an innovative new program designed to turn university research into commercial products.
By Jeff McCallister University Communications By the end of the Teaching and Learning Summit, sticky notes covered every whiteboard wall in 1077 Smith Lab. Each note represented an idea to improve teaching and learning at Ohio State. “This has been everything I had hoped it might be,” said Maurice Stevens, associate professor of Comparative Studies […]
A record number of graduates is expected to receive degrees at Ohio State’s 2015 spring commencement ceremony at noon May 10 in Ohio Stadium. The 11,040 total degrees and certificates that will be handed out exceeds the number handed out in 2012 by almost 400. President Michael V. Drake will preside over the ceremony, which […]
Since last fall, Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences has provided fertilizer applicator certification training to more than 6,000 Ohio growers responsible for farming some 927,000 acres of Buckeye State farmland, and the numbers continue to grow.
Recent changes in the leadership structure of University Communications are designed to enhance Ohio State’s marketing and communications program and strengthen its unified Advancement strategy. To that end, the previous vice president for communications role has been divided into two roles — vice president for communications and vice president for marketing — that address the […]
The Wexner Medical Center plans to expand its Neurological Institute with the addition of a new Brain and Spine Hospital in the former Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute.
The Ohio State University has earned the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching’s 2015 Community Engagement Classification. The university was recognized for its extensive engagement programming and how its mission, culture, curriculum and resources are structured to support high-impact community engagement. “As a land-grant university, Ohio State must ensure that our teaching, research and […]