Ohio State rolls out the red carpet for science reporters, who bring research news to the masses By Pam Frost Gorder University Communications The reporters are coming. This month, about 400 writers from around the country will converge here, when Ohio State hosts ScienceWriters2014. Attendees at the joint meeting of the National Association of Science […]
“Community” is at the forefront of Homecoming this year as the committee encourages more families in the Columbus community to enjoy the annual parade and pep rally. This year’s parade starts at 6 p.m. October 17.
Ohio State recently opened its Center for Autism Services and Transition, one of only a few clinics in the country to provide care coordination and primary and specialty care services for adults with autism spectrum disorder.
Ohio State undergraduate students have had incredible formative experiences in the past several years, thanks to nearly $11 million in student scholarship dollars injected from the 50-year lease of Ohio State’s parking operations.
With 3,700 Chinese students attending Ohio State, it is important to explore the nuances between American and Chinese societies, organizers of the Sept. 25 Chinese Cultural Awareness Workshop said.
Long considered one of the nation’s trend-setting bands The Best Damn Band in the Land is once again redefining how marching bands do what they do by bringing technology into everyday use.
Les Wexner wasn’t sure people would want to see the art he and wife Abigail collected over the years. Others, however, consider it a serious collection and a proper way to celebrate 25 years at the Wexner Center.
Since its inception in 1898, Godman Guild has sought to be a solution for changing lives and communities for the better, and it is one of numerous organizations the Ohio State community can choose to support during the current Bucks for Charity campaign, which runs through Nov. 14.
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.