News & Announcements
Spring 2021 academic calendar
Our campuses will continue to be open in the new year, and classes will take place through a mix of in-person, online and blended teaching. The first week of classes, scheduled for Jan. 11-15, will be online, and Spring Break will be replaced by two instructional breaks on Feb. 9 and March 31.Learn More
Former Baseball Player Calls His Choice to Attend Ohio State Mansfield a Home Run
Kidron Stamper had big plans when he graduated from Ontario High School in 2016. He originally intended to go to school in southern Ohio to play baseball at a private college. However, a torn rotator cuff changed all of that. The Mansfield native decided to stay at home and go to The Ohio State University at Mansfield. Stamper originally saw the change in plans as a negative, now however, he believes the injury changed the course of his life in a very positive way.
College of Arts and Sciences Interim Leadership
Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, PhD, has accepted an offer to serve as interim vice provost for the arts and sciences and executive dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Subject to approval by the Board of Trustees, her appointment is effective July 1, 2018.
College of Arts and Sciences Leadership Transition
David C. Manderscheid, Vice Provost for the Arts and Sciences and Executive Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, has accepted the position of Senior Vice Chancellor and Provost at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, effective July 1, 2018. He will continue in his current role until June 30, 2018.
New Intellectual Property Policy Effective April 15
For the past several years, the Committee on Intellectual Property, Patents, and Copyrights (IPPC) has been drafting a revised intellectual property policy for the university, its faculty, staff and students to help modernize a policy that has not been substantially updated or revised in several decades.
Buckeye Summit tackles health, well-being and addiction
From wellness and well-being to addiction and recovery to solutions and a commitment to do better, the 2018 Buckeye Summit focused on supporting and building a healthier world. More than 400 alumni, faculty, staff, students and supporters filled a conference room at COSI Columbus Friday to discuss some of the great health challenges of the 21st century.