Campus & Community
Our best learning spaces give students the opportunity to put knowledge into practice by exploring, testing and playing.
Through this program, retired faculty continue their research and share findings with respected peers and the community.
The Buckeye chaired the Pride Parade for 22 years and spent three decades as a leader in the Recreation and Parks department.
Inspired by her professors and personal immigration experience, Dr. Mawada Osman provides quality eye care to the needy and teaches students to do the same.
Students not only get training to be excellent doctors. They learn to become better problem-solvers and innovators.
A special seminar program invites these industry leaders to encourage and advise engineering technology students.
For about-to-graduate Emma Hassel, a student worker in special collections, one item inspires her to find her own path.
These campus-area favorites from dining halls and High Street restaurants can pique both taste buds and fond memories.
That Krista Rowles Scheetz ’95 and Amelia Scheetz both connected with Student-Alumni Council was by chance, not design.
“We want to be a high-tech mecca,” says Ratmir Timashev. His generosity will create opportunities for students and faculty.