Schweitzer Fellows Tell Their Stories
As part of the Columbus-Athens Schweitzer Fellows Program, professional and graduate students projects to engage the Columbus and Athens communities. The projects addressed a variety of health-related topics including nutrition and wellness needs, obesity related sickness, youth homelessness and many more.
2016 Roads Scholars Tour Explores Northwest Ohio
The 2016 Roads Scholars Tour headed to northwest Ohio on July 14-15. On the tour 50 faculty, staff and community partner participants, including President Drake and Provost McPheron, traveled by bus to visit sites where the university has key partnerships.
Dancing with the Community
From central Ohio schools to Salvador, Brazil, the Department of Dance partners with local and international communities to expand the public understanding of dance. Students from the department have engaged with a wide range of community partners in a conversation through words and movement.
Creating and Using Technology to Help People
What does building wheelchair ramps in Columbus have in common with solar panel installation in Haiti? Both are projects of The Ohio State University’s Humanitarian Engineering Center, a university initiative dedicated to creating technology that helps people.