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.
Arts and Sciences For a full listing of events, go to asc.osu.edu/events. Undergraduate Juried Exhibition Through April 17 An annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition showcases the work of selected undergraduate BFA and BA students in the Department of Art. Awardees of the Department of Art Scholarships are represented in the exhibition. Public Reception: April 2, 4:30-5:30 […]
In his annual State of Academic Affairs speech to University Senate, Executive Vice President and Provost Joseph Steinmetz said that Ohio State will bring the arts and humanities into the Discovery Themes collaboration.
Tanner Fritz’s hockey skills were evident early. His skills in the classroom came later, but he’s a true dual threat on a breakaway strike on goal and as a standout student.
Since 1962, Ohio State’s north residential area has been a standing tribute to student and alumni veterans. More than 50 years later, the university’s most ambitious residence hall project — the North Residential District Transformation — will help grow this tradition.
Research associate Caitlin Slevin went from not being able to afford the home she desired in Weinland Park to breaking ground on the new construction thanks to the OSU Faculty and Staff University District Homeownership Incentive Program.
Verdi’s “Requiem” is a challenging piece for the School of Music students and a definitive delight for the listening audience.
The role that music plays in social change took center stage February 17 when President Michael V. Drake delivered the 2015 United Black World Month keynote address at the Wexner Medical Center’s University Hospital East and the Ross Heart Hospital.