WiE Program Encourages Girls in STEM Studies

They may look like little girls playing with Legos, but Shivani Patel knows the youngsters in the Women in Engineering’s (WiE) robotics outreach initiative could be the engineers of the next generation. “These girls have developed technical skills that you don’t expect from a 12-year-old,” said Patel, a fifth-year in engineering and a coach and mentor with the WiE program.
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LiFE Sports Helps Campers Develop Skills for a Lifetime

It’s the thrill of athletics that attracts them to campus. But it’s the less glamorous skills they learn — self-control, personal motivation/commitment, teamwork and social responsibility — that keep them coming back from year to year.
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Dining with Diabetes Program Promotes Healthy Living

A total of nearly 1.1 million Ohioans live with diabetes, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention – a population large enough to fill Ohio Stadium more than 10 times – and many are unsure where to begin in terms of properly managing it, but that's where the Dining with Diabetes program comes in.
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Dental H.O.M.E. Coach Brings Care to the Community

For the 19 percent of Ohio children without dental insurance, Ohio State has one program that will make many of them smile. The Ohio State University’s Dental H.O.M.E. (Health Outreach Mobile Experience) Coach, a dental office in an RV, travels to various Columbus City Schools throughout the year to provide dental exams, X-rays, diagnoses, cleanings and extractions to the underserved youngsters of Central Ohio – free of charge.
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