CEO of the Wexner Medical Center Steven Gabbe has had the unique pleasure of watching two babies he delivered become current medical students studying in the school he leads.
Progress has been made, but more needs to be done By Adam King University Communications The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry has hosted jump-roping classes. At the Office of Distance Education and eLearning, the folks there hold walking meetings and yoga sessions and offer chair massages for employees. The College of Dentistry held a stair-climbing […]
It is common to think The Ohio State University and the University of Michigan’s relationship is rooted in their 110-year rivalry and hatred for one another on the gridiron. But that’s just not so in the research lab, where the Wolverines are a respected partner on projects that often have national and international imperative or […]
“As the 15th president of a public university with 140 years of history, I believe our brilliant past illuminates our future path,” President Michael V. Drake told Ohio State senators gathered in the Ohio Union’s U.S. Bank Theater.
More and more often, doctors at leading academic medical centers such as The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute are able to say, “Yes, you have cancer, but we have good news.”
Higher education’s changing research environment is requiring a change in approach, and Caroline Whitacre outlined those new Ohio State strategies in the state of research address on October 31.
Ohio State’s Technology Commercialization Office brings together inventors and entrepreneurs at its Startup Snapshot events in the hopes of creating companies.
Ohio State has begun to evaluate the way in which the university advances sustainability goals as well as looking at ways to provide increased support for academic priorities through a comprehensive approach to energy management.
Six more proposals have been approved for funding for the Discovery Themes Initiative, which continues to move toward its promise of providing transformative solutions to the world’s grand challenges.
Ten years in the making, Ohio State’s new James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute will open in December and instantly become the most advanced cancer-fighting weapon there is today.