Armed with a Battelle Engineering, Technology and Human Affairs Endowment grant, electrical and computer engineering Professor Kevin Passino is collaborating with the College of Social Work to see if homeless shelters and food pantries could use some help with their technology needs.
The Orton Geological Museum’s best-known — certainly most visible — specimen, Megalonyx jeffersonii, fondly known as “Jeff,” has been radiocarbon-dated for the first time.
In real life, there’s no such thing as a “get out of jail free” card, such as you find in Monopoly. However, a group of boys — inmates at the Circleville Juvenile Correctional Facility — learned recently that a “get a college education” ticket is well within their reach.
President and provost want the Council on Women and chair Eunice Hornsby (pictured) to focus their efforts on actionable issues that will have a lasting effect at the university.
When Ohio State first developed the concept of gateways — bases of operations for the university in foreign lands — the grand vision of how they might work was exactly the scene in India during the first part of January.
Ohio State faculty found their research in demand by the scribes attending the ScienceWriters2014 conference at Ohio State.
Considering the momentous end to the 2014 football season, it might be a little tough to remember that 2014 was a momentous year overall at Ohio State.
ARLINGTON, Texas — Urban Meyer thought he’d have a championship-ready team next year — when his Ohio State team takes the field for the 2015 season. The Buckeyes did him one year better.
Ohio State hopes to keep it at 15, at least when it comes to Heisman Trophy winners taking the national championship.
University Communications photographer Jo McCulty sent out a campus-wide call for shutterbugs to see what pictures of Ohio State they would bring back. The results were quite amazing.