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  • InternationalMay 16, 2016
    From Newark to Berlin: a journey of discovery
    From Newark to Berlin: a journey of discovery
    John Wetzel and his classmates in English 4400 Literary Locations spent their spring break in Berlin, Germany, gathering material for research projects and learning about a historically important and vibrant city.
    ​John Wetzel
  • AcademicsMay 06, 2016
    Keeping our pact
    Keeping our pact
    Class of 2016 graduate Starling Tolliver reflects on the impact the Young Scholars Program had for her family — and a pact she kept with childhood friends.
    Starling Tolliver
  • DiversityApr 25, 2016
    What can the new Jesse Owens movie teach us about diversity on college campuses?
    What can the new Jesse Owens movie teach us about diversity on college campuses?
    The new feature film Race offers an important moment of reflection for college campuses and the nation, writes President Michael V. Drake.
    Michael V. Drake, MD
  • SustainabilityApr 21, 2016
    Ohio State SUSTAINS
    Ohio State SUSTAINS
    Ohio State's SUSTAINS Learning Community is an interdisciplinary group of students seeking to complement what's taught in the classroom with deep, diverse discussion around sustainability issues and service opportunities.
    Gina Hnytka
  • OutreachApr 11, 2016
    Engineering an inspiring outreach program
    Engineering an inspiring outreach program
    Betty Lise Anderson explains how a straightforward outreach project mushroomed into an award-winning program.
    Betty Lise Anderson
  • OutreachMar 21, 2016
    Town-gown a land-grant's duty
    Town-gown a land-grant's duty
    Creating an engaging relationship with its surrounding community can and should be a public university's mission, writes Stephen Gavazzi, and his research shows the commandments to follow to make it a success.
    Stephen M. Gavazzi
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