Maryjo Mundey grew up in Shelby, a small blue-collar town in north-central Ohio, figuring she’d simply follow the footsteps most of her friends and family did: “You got married, worked hard and raised your family,” she said. But in the back of her mind, something was missing. “I always wanted to go to college.”
Six miles from the Ohio State Mansfield campus is a little-known gem of a facility that both Ohio State and North Central State College hope will become a destination conference center for the region and beyond. The James W. Kehoe Center for Advanced Learning in Shelby, originally the Shelby Mutual Insurance Co., is a massive brick structure that greets travelers on SR 39.
Marion students plan on celebrating the end of the academic year April 13 at Springfest, a free daylong festival. And the public is invited too.
Campus administrators and planners outlined several opportunities to create and grow a “Campus District” in the next 50 years during recent town hall meetings at the Mansfield campus.
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 two campuses.
OSU Mansfield enters first-ever collaboration anywhere between a school district, university and community.
Newark professors have integrated a discussion on cosmopolitan courtesy into their study abroad and service learning courses.
Regional campuses provide access to Ohio State for students who want a unique, small-campus experience.