Our best learning spaces give students the opportunity to put knowledge into practice by exploring, testing and playing.
Talking to the creator of Byrd Center’s flag, the student discovered parallels to today’s troubles and wisdom to carry on.
Students not only get training to be excellent doctors. They learn to become better problem-solvers and innovators.
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.
Lessons learned playing with the Buckeyes and after college help Craft manage the rigors of Ohio State medical school.
Expressing how the team feels about 6-year-old Landon McChesney, guard Jacy Sheldon says: “Having him here inspires us.”
President’s Buckeye Accelerator provides teams with funding, skills building and mentorship to help them help others.
With the first major update in 30 years, the program every undergrad must take will offer more flex and real-life value.
Kristin Chesnutt is the first recipient of the Nancy Byrd Johnson and Howard M. Johnson endowment, and a kindred spirit.