Colleen Rupp, an 8-year employee, works at Wexner Medical Center Human Resources Why did you choose to work at Ohio State? OSU is a top organization to work within, and the benefits are outstanding. More importantly, the role that I was hired into fit what I was looking for perfectly. Eight years in, I know […]
During his first months as Ohio State’s 15th president, Michael V. Drake looked, listened and learned. With time, his observations developed into a vision for the university, a path firmly grounded in Ohio State’s land-grant mission but one that also acknowledges the challenges of the modern-day world.
From the state-of-the-art equipment to its LEED certification, many things make the new Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry building special. But there is one thing that makes the building different from almost any other research facility in the country — its focus on interdisciplinary collaboration.
Archie Griffin, president and CEO of the Ohio State Alumni Association, senior vice president for alumni relations and the only two-time winner of the prestigious Heisman Trophy, will address more than 10,000 graduates and their families during the spring commencement ceremony, which begins at noon on May 10 at Ohio Stadium.
Ohio State’s Nisonger Center, which is one of 67 University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, is well on its way to upgrading a disability-friendly playground that serves 150 children. But the center still needs a little help to take it to the finish line.
The Wexner Center for the Arts is set to present the world premiere of “the theater is a blank page,” an immersive performance created by renowned visual artist Ann Hamilton and theater innovators SITI Company. The production is the first full collaboration between the artists.
Ohio State employees can purchase discounted COTA monthly fares for local routes via pre-tax payroll deduction. After enrolling in payroll deduction, the program will require participating employees to obtain a new BuckID and “swipe it” for unlimited access to local COTA fixed routes, beginning May 1.
Ohio State President Michael V. Drake is expected to unveil his vision and plans for the university during his investiture address. He’s following a tradition established by a number of former university presidents who have used their formal welcomes to detail plans and goals for the coming years.
Some Ohio State presidents have had no formal introductions, and rather took their oath of office in private ceremonies. However, a number of presidents have had formal public introductions, which fall into three categories — inaugurations, installments and investitures.
Dr. Sheldon Retchin, one of the nation’s most respected and prominent academic medical center leaders, began his tenure as executive vice president of Health Sciences and CEO of Wexner Medical Center on March 2.