News & Announcements
College of Medicine Physicians Working to Increase Representation of Black Men in Medical School
Hashtag campaign #BlackMenInMedicine draws support from the Wexner Medical Center and College of Medicine to combat a downward trend by reaching young people.Learn More
Associated Faculty Roundtable
The University Institute for Teaching and Learning invites clinical faculty, associated faculty and others who have teaching as their core function to a roundtable discussion on Thursday, Nov. 30, 1-2 p.m. at the Mortar Board Centennial Reading Room (202) in the Thompson Library.
Commencement Speaker Nomination Deadline
Nominations for possible commencement speakers are due by Friday, Dec. 15.Commencement Speaker Nominations
Workshops for Developing Online Courses
Kickstart Week is a series of related workshops offered Jan. 2-5 that will prepare you to design for and teach in online and hybrid settings. Each day focuses on a different set of skills and pedagogies.Learn More and Register
Board Materials Deadline
Materials for the Feb. 1-2 meeting of the Board of Trustees are due to the Board office on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018.Board of Trustees
EHE Professor Wins Highest National Honor for Research
Shayne Piasta, associate professor of teaching and learning, is one of two U.S. education researchers, and the only professor from Ohio State, honored by President Barack Obama with the 2017 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).
Four Engineering Faculty Named 2017 IEEE Fellows
Four College of Engineering faculty members were named 2017 Fellows by the prestigious Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE). IEEE recognized Computer Science and Engineering Professor Tamal Dey for contributions to geometric computing; Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Eylem Ekici for contributions to algorithms, protocols and architectures of multi-hop wireless networks; Computer Science and Engineering Professor Prasun Sinha for contributions to scheduling and resource allocations in wireless networks; and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor Carol Smidts for contributions to reliability analysis of high-assurance systems.
College of Engineering Professor Wins Air Force Office of Science Research Young Investigator Program Grant
Dr. Maryam Ghazisaeidi, PhD is one of 58 recipients of the Air Force Office of Science Research Young Investigator Program. The objective of this program is to foster creative basic research in science and engineering, enhance early career development of outstanding young investigators, and increase opportunities for the young investigators to recognize the Air Force mission and the related challenges in science and engineering.