Special section: 16th annual Health and Wellness Guide Dean Trevor Brown listened to staff’s ideas and then led by example to transform the Glenn College Even before Trevor Brown became dean of the John Glenn College of Public Affairs, wellness was an important part of his every day, and he always wanted to include others. […]
Drake pleased with first 18 months in office; looks forward to more success to celebrate By Adam King University Communications Taking a lens to what he’s done over the first 18 months of his tenure, President Michael V. Drake says Ohio State is far from done, but the early successes can and should […]
One way to make college more affordable is to provide a structure that gives students the quickest possible path to a degree. Ohio State has recently announced changes to its summer-term structure that have that goal in mind.
A rare fusion of science and art, “Song of the Stars,” an astronomy-based modern dance performance, will make its debut at the Capitol Theater this spring.
Distinguished University Professor Ann Hamilton in September was bestowed a 2014 National Medal of Arts, the highest honor an artist can receive from the U.S. government. In celebration of that, she was asked to pick three of her favorite projects and give an oral accounting of her creativity, which will go live on Jan. 15 […]
Roger Rennekamp, former associate dean for outreach and engagement at Oregon State University, has begun his tenure as director of Ohio State University Extension.
Five years into its designed 50-year lifespan, the One Ohio State Framework plan is getting its first tune-up.
If it were up to Bern Melnyk, Ohio State’s chief wellness officer and associate vice president for health promotion, elevators on campus would charge every non-disabled person a quarter to ride them, forcing more people to take the stairs. That’s how committed she is to getting folks at the university to get healthy or maintain […]
By Monica DeMeglio University Communications Ilhan Dahir has packed a lifetime of experience into the last four years. After graduating from Ohio State in May, she headed to Izmir, Turkey, to teach English through a Fulbright grant from the U.S. Department of State. In 2014, the Department of Homeland Security selected her to represent the […]
Hundreds of pine, fir and spruce trees, all decked in holiday green, grow tall in Ohio State’s Secrest Arboretum.