As onCampus ends its run at almost 46 years, six current and former editors look back on the memorable moments that defined their time at the helm.
By William Ashley Human Resources Communications The Ohio State University’s Human Resources (HR) website has been newly redesigned to improve the user experience — making it easier to access important HR information. The Office of Human Resources (OHR) listened to feedback from faculty, staff, student employees and the HR community to learn what they needed […]
Regional campus’ singing group Carmony takes a competitive leap By Adam King University Communications Think Glee without all the backstabbing and drama. Or Pitch Perfect without….well, maybe it’s kind of like that. For the first time Ohio State Lima took an a cappella singing group to the central region International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella […]
History and English Professor Harvey Graff, an Ohio Eminent Scholar in Literacy Studies, continued to mentor Ellen Manovich well after she graduated from Ohio State, and that special relationship allowed him a unique position on the doctoral committee at the University of Minnesota during her dissertation defense.
Campus Campaign Jason Shults reflects on the cancer that nearly stole his life, and the Campus Campaign fund that helped give it back to him With 10 body piercings and a tattoo that covers much of his right arm, Jason Shults looks every bit a tough guy. But his eyes fill with tears when he […]
Make room, campus: a massive influx of second-year students will be moving in this fall. Starting in 2016-17, all second-year students will be required to live on campus. And Ohio State is ready to help make their experience successful.
In line with global news industry trends and university-wide sustainability and cost-savings initiatives, onCampus is going all-digital.
Jesse Owens’ story is 80 years old. But his legacy is as inspiring today as it was in 1936 thanks to a new movie, “Race,” based on his life as an athlete and college student at Ohio State.
Whether a long-time manager or new to a position, taking the mindset of a lifelong student and using Ohio State’s extensive educational resources can help craft better leaders.
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. […]