Katie Paulson Silcott ’02, ’10 MA spends every day sharing with her middle school students the power of music to build confidence and unite people. She does it so well, she was named a Grammy finalist.
Scientists have almost as many questions about human development as middle schoolers and their exasperated parents do.
Former tennis player Jeff Sparr is dedicated to helping others build mental wellness through creativity, just as he did.
Just part of the reason: The ceremony was the only one held at the ’Shoe in its centennial year, says Molly Ranz Calhoun.
The father of digital art helped drive what we see in animated movies, TV graphics and so many more computer creations.
We asked an alum, two professors and a student which songs they would queue up for a summer drive. See what you think.
Eight alumni share their stories, including repeating classes, traveling far from Ohio and deciding to switch majors.
Karen Dannemiller knows. She studies allergens, microbes and contaminants to help people breathe easier while inside.
Nurse Esther Flores ’01 gave up her day job to provide victims of human trafficking with safe spaces and food for mind, body and spirit.
To confront a complicated problem like human trafficking, it takes a community, and as Buckeyes, we’re invested.