Recruited to Ohio State at age 26, Ratmir Timashev turned opportunity into two wildly successful tech companies. It inspired his commitment to paying forward.
Susan Bon ’92 JD, ’94 MA, ’96 PHD has a never-ending passion to help people pursue their dreams in higher education.
In a totally unscientific study, we analyzed answers from 360 graduates to find out which 10 challenging courses were the most-cited.
Lessons learned playing with the Buckeyes and after college help Craft manage the rigors of Ohio State medical school.
Buckeye experts offer a guide to the bees, bats and surprise animals waking up in our urban backyard as spring pops off.
A wise grandmother passed down these passions to Tina Pierce and her son, president of Undergraduate Student Government.
Expressing how the team feels about 6-year-old Landon McChesney, guard Jacy Sheldon says: “Having him here inspires us.”
Adrienne Hawkins Kennedy has spent six decades writing thought-provoking, poetic works about race and gender.
“We want to be a high-tech mecca,” says Ratmir Timashev. His generosity will create opportunities for students and faculty.
It’s a story we’re proud to hear a lot: Alumni who received help at Ohio State go on to open doors for future students.