Or maybe it was the scholarships. Either way, the result is 10 Buckeyes, 13 degrees and a special love for Ohio State.
Funded by the Defense Department, the professor-alumnus collaboration is intended to help protect crucial pollinators.
Abby Zalenski’s grandpa lived thanks to a charity ride-funded treatment, and that put her on a path to help others.
Kristin Chesnutt is the first recipient of the Nancy Byrd Johnson and Howard M. Johnson endowment, and a kindred spirit.
Researcher Ayaz Hyder turns insights from the pandemic into tools that can help us better navigate future public health crises.
She talks about helping students, teaching financial literacy, fall highlights and the toughest times of her life.
Howard M. Johnson found love, a passion for science and a bright future — all on a campus hundreds of miles from home. With generosity, he and his late wife are lighting the way for others.
Leticia Wiggins ’11, ’13 MA, ’16 PhD dedicates herself to authentically reflecting the Ohioans who enrich our community.
At Columbus’ premier performing arts group, CEO Chad Whittington ’99 expertly juggles priorities so the shows can go on.
Original shows, national series and local events provided by WOSU make for rich resources for families and teachers.
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