It’s doubly fitting that the 25th anniversary exhibition at the Wexner Center for the Arts is titled “Transfigurations” as the Wex enjoys a ribbon cutting and nearby Sullivant Hall celebrates its grand reopening after extensive renovations.
The Personal Health and Well-Being Assessment is designed for one’s personal use, and, importantly, the PHA also is required in order for faculty and staff to access the most cost-effective medical plans offered by Ohio State.
Ohio State is collaborating with community agencies and businesses in the area to produce a crop of urban farmers in the Weinland Park neighborhood — and planting the seeds for additional economic development.
Carol Payne had considered her painting complete. But her daughter had other ideas, and that intervention garnered “Fall Tradition” the 23rd annual Staff Arts and Crafts Exhibit Editors’ Choice Award.
In mid-January, the university will team with India’s top public health care and research institution and the U.S. Department of Commerce to host the H3C Health Sciences Innovation Conference and Trade Show in Mumbai, India. The conference combines representatives from three aspects of the industry — care, commerce and career.
Kathryn Campbell-Kibler looks at how regional dialects influence perceptions By Adam King University Communications “Oh my gahd!” said the Clevelander to the Columbusite. “My mahm is so funny, can you believe it?” “I hear you,” the Columbusite replied. “That last joke your mohm told had me rolling on the floor. I think we cought her […]
The students who packed themselves into the frame for President Michael V. Drake’s selfie at the President’s Convocation Aug. 25 were once again part of a historically strong class of incoming students.
The Student Wellness Center in the Office of Student Life promotes balanced lifestyles and student success through the nine dimensions of wellness: emotional, career, social, intellectual, spiritual, physical, financial, creative and environmental. Students tend to be happiest and most successful when they find balance in all areas.
Remembering the Act: Archival Reflections on Civil Rights, which runs Sept. 13-Jan. 4 in the Thompson Library Gallery and commemorates the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, delves into the struggle for equality on both a local and national scale.
With its sleek, temperature-controlled rooms, state-of-the-art equipment and about $28 million worth of microscopes, it’s almost impossible to tell the Ohio State Center for Electron Microscopy AnalysiS used to be home to a mattress factory.