Ohio State President Michael V. Drake got an up-close look this past summer at some of Ohio’s high points when he led a group of faculty, staff, students and administrators on a two-part, four-day state tour, seeing first-hand a few places where Ohio State’s considerable intellectual strength benefits local communities.
The Buckeye IP Vault is an online marketplace for Ohio State’s software, apps, algorithms, copyrighted content and non-exclusive patents — an experimental avenue that the university has created to see if it can get a return on its internal and research investments.
Mary Ervin, a 10-year employee, works in the Wexner Medical Center Post Office. Why did you choose to work at Ohio State? I wanted a better opportunity and I like helping people. I feel like I am a people-oriented person and I enjoy the day-to-day activity I get to share with the people here at […]
Not only do these six employees have unique jobs at the university, they all also love what they do.
Sandi Fagan, a 25-year employee, works in the Ross Heart Hospital administration. Why did you choose to work at Ohio State? I had taken time off to stay home with my two youngest children after they were born and was ready to get back into the workforce. I believed that Ohio State would be a […]
Ohio State President Michael V. Drake is taking time over the next month to travel to various areas of the state — both to get an up-close look at some of Ohio’s high points and to see how and where Ohio State’s considerable intellectual strength benefits local communities.
The right combination of total rewards aligned with an organization’s mission can generate valuable results for all: enhanced workforce performance, higher job satisfaction, greater loyalty and better workforce morale, to name a few.
More than 350 faculty, staff and administrators at Ohio State have begun putting a new online training system to the test as the offices of Human Resources and the Chief Information Officer get ready to roll it out to the entire university community in September.
When trying to get things done, how one cultivates relationships often is the driving measure of success. Kevin Petrilla, outgoing chair of the University Staff Advisory Committee, gives his group an A+ for that effort.
Getting elementary school children to trade in their pop tart or other junk food for something nutritious like a kohlrabi fritter and a side of greens is a tough sell, but that’s exactly what they are doing through the Highland Youth Garden Chefs in the City outreach program.