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  • AcademicsApr 06, 2017
    A life-changing gift
    A life-changing gift
    Ryan Zinn is a three-time Ohio State alumnus and technology integrator in the College of Engineering's Center for Design and Manufacturing Excellence. He received a heart transplant when he was just 15 years old, and is sharing his story as part of National Donate Life Month.
    Ryan Zinn
  • AcademicsMar 20, 2017
    Glass Breakers 2017: Kay Bea Jones
    Glass Breakers 2017: Kay Bea Jones
    The professor of architecture at the Knowlton School continually dedicates her time and research to improving the communities around her. From addressing the needs of specific neighborhoods to addressing the needs of women on campus, Jones is a committed, inspirational Glass Breaker.
    Kay Bea Jones
  • AcademicsMar 20, 2017
    Glass Breakers 2017: Dr. Randi Love
    Glass Breakers 2017: Dr. Randi Love
    Love has spent her career committed to enriching the lives of those in poverty. A winner of numerous teaching awards, a dedicated public health activist and researcher, Love reflects fondly on the joys of teaching, service and being recognized as a 2017 Glass Breaker.
    Randi Love, PhD
  • AcademicsMar 20, 2017
    Glass Breakers 2017: Gail Marsh
    Glass Breakers 2017: Gail Marsh
    Since 2002, Marsh has developed and executed The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s strategic plan, taking it from a $500 million enterprise to a $2 billion organization. In turn, that’s rendered significant central Ohio job growth, economic impact and Glass Breaker status for Marsh.
    Gail Marsh
  • AcademicsMar 20, 2017
    Glass Breakers 2017: Shelly Martin
    Glass Breakers 2017: Shelly Martin
    From dropout to dream follower, Martin has overcome serious obstacles to forge a successful professional and personal life. She holds two degrees from Ohio State, is the patient transport manager for The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and is an inspirational Glass Breaker.
    Shelly Martin
  • AcademicsMar 07, 2017
    Hidden No More – Pursuing the American Dream
    Hidden No More – Pursuing the American Dream
    Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson and numerous other colleagues, known as the “West Computers,” are finally receiving their due from another African American woman, Margot Shetterly, in her book and Oscar-nominated movie Hidden Figures.
    Donnie Perkins
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