Joseph Steinmetz had a tough job in front of him when he arrived at Ohio State — and scholars here say the level to which he performed his tasks only made him that much more in demand when universities around the country came looking for leaders.
Picasso’s granddaughter talked about the influence the Spanish-born artist had on pop art and other influential artists, including Ohio State’s Roy Lichtenstein.
Two faculty-led teams from Ohio State are one step closer to commercializing new technology that they developed here on campus.
Since 1936, the Toymakers of the University Women’s Club have met regularly for one simple purpose: to bring comfort to those in need.
Ohio State takes a comprehensive approach to sustainability with the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050.
Ohio State’s Center for Ethics and Human Values’ yearlong program, Conversations on Morality, Politics and Society (COMPAS), has selected sustainability as the theme for the 2015-16 academic year.
Erin Mundorf has chosen sustainability not only as a career path, but as a lifestyle. And she has come to the right place; at Ohio State, there are ample opportunities for her and many other like-minded students to bite off as much sustainability as they can chew.
Health Sciences at Ohio State have produced numerous successful innovations over the past year and dominated the 2015 Ohio State awards for Innovators of the Year.
Energy is both a major part of Ohio State’s sustainability goals and a major expense, and so it’s easy to see why innovative, effective energy management has evolved into a priority.
Cardinal Peter Turkson, president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace and lead drafter of Pope Francis’s encyclical on the environment, said that document both calls for an “ecological conversion” and provides a “moral backbone” for enacting worldwide environmental justice.