Message from the provost
Through our coordinated and thoughtful approach this year, we have entered November as a united university community.
Our students, faculty and staff are pursuing their goals through teaching, learning and scholarship in all modes — in person, online and blended. We have also limited the spread of COVID-19 because we have acted in concert to follow the Safe and Healthy Buckeyes campaign.
For academic leaders, tomorrow's election is another opportunity to demonstrate our values to the university community. In this contentious era, we can and must help our students, faculty and staff engage in discourse that respects our differences.
Please take advantage of resources available from the Divided Community Project at the Moritz College of Law and refer students to OSU Votes for election-related questions.
And, of course, I urge you to add your voice by exercising your right to vote.
Thank you, as always, for your leadership.