By RANDY GAMMAGE University Communications Getting elementary school children to trade in their pop tart or other junk food for something nutritious like a kohlrabi fritter and a side of greens is a tough sell, but that’s exactly what they are doing through the Highland Youth Garden Chefs in the City outreach program. The project […]
Bi-weekly visits from Ohio State students inspire elementary students By RANDY GAMMAGE University Communications Ohio State’s Department of Physics, Center for Emergent Materials and College of Arts and Sciences have partnered with Innis Elementary School, presently under Academic Emergency, to motivate the next generation of scientific thinkers from parts of our society that are often […]
Your Plan for Health celebrates wellness in June with a wide selection of free activities.
A trio of professors from the College of Arts and Sciences draw the honor of Distinguished University Professor this year.
The outpouring of support for the Office of Volunteer Relations’ first Buckeyes Give: Day of Service spoke to the office’s growth as it approaches its first year of existence, but it also showed the best is yet to come.
The University Staff Advisory Committee surveyed more than 2,000 staff and brought those findings to President Michael V. Drake and his leadership team to review. Drake was eager to work with USAC to achieve many of the group’s recommendations.
Put cloggers and old-time music together and you get quite the cultural exchange in China during spring break 2015.
A dozen honorees received the 2015 Distinguished Staff Award for 2015 while two deserving candidates were recognized with Distinguished Diversity Enhancement Awards.
Archie Griffin began his speech to the members of Ohio State’s graduating Class of 2015 on May 10 the same way his mentor and hero Woody Hayes did on March 24, 1986: “Today is the greatest day of my life.”
Kelly Ann Baird never gave rowing a single thought until her swimming career was over and she was approached while working out in French Fieldhouse by rowing coach Andy Tietelbaum.