News & Announcements
Gregoire extended as dean of College of Social Work through June 2022
Dean Tom Gregoire will extend his leadership of the College of Social Work for another two years. Subject to approval by the Board of Trustees, his term as dean will be extended through June 30, 2022, at which time Tom anticipates returning to the faculty.Learn More
Women in Tech Networking Night
Please join TechHub for the fourth annual Women in Technology Networking Night on Thursday, February 27 at 6 p.m. at the TDAI Ideation Zone in Pomerene Hall. The event will begin with a presentation from their guest speaker, Accenture’s Natalie Sisto Means, followed by questions from the audience and casual networking. Please join the conversation about women working in the tech industry and share this invitation with students and colleagues. Light refreshments will be provided.Learn More and Register
UITL Research and Implementation grants
The University Institute for Teaching and Learning is requesting proposals for projects that advance implementation and/or research of instructional best practices in university courses and make contributions to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) or Discipline-based Education Research (DBER). Deadline is March 1.Learn More and Apply
Grant writing workshop in the Research Commons
Join the Research Development Office and Foundation Relations on March 4 to learn about the similarities and differences between the funding processes for federal/state agencies and private foundations. Topics include seeking funding, best practices for engaging with sponsors and navigating the research administration/proposal development and submission process.Learn More and Register
2020 Health & Wellness Expo
On March 10, the University Staff Advisory Committee (USAC) will host the 2020 Health and Wellness Expo at the Tom W. Davis Gym in the RPAC from 11-1 p.m. University departments interested in tabling at the event can register via the USAC website. Registration ends March 1.Learn More and Register
Physics' Johnston-Halperin Leads Collaboration to Develop Novel Organic-based Microwave Circuits
Physics Professor Ezekiel Johnston-Halperin is leading a collaboration between Ohio State, Yale, Iowa, and Colorado State backed by a $2 million National Science Foundation (NSF) Engineering Frontiers Research Initiative (EFRI) grant to develop a novel way to construct organic-based microwave circuits.
Facilities Operations and Development recognized as leader in sustainable practices with APPA Sustainability Award
The Ohio State University Facilities Operations and Development (FOD) has received the 2017 APPA Sustainability Award. FOD’s sustainability work includes recycling and zero waste initiatives, green building guidelines, energy conservation projects and more.
Collaborative to Advance Equity Through Research
The Collaborative@OSU, part of a national consortium to develop new opportunities for scholarly research about women and girls of color, is hosting a Writing Retreat July 10th-11th, 9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. in the 18th Avenue Library Research Commons. Participants must RSVP by Monday, July 3rd.
Drug Discovery Research Could Lead to Improved Cancer Treatment
The Ohio State University at Newark Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Ozlem Dogan Ekici and several of her students are conducting drug discovery research which could extend or save the lives of those suffering from Multiple myeloma. Multiple myeloma is a blood cancer that develops in the plasma cells found in bone marrow.