Collaborating in a Neighborhood through Art
A sense of pride in where one lives seems to be an integral part of Columbus's eclectic character. In recent years, numerous organizations and projects have partnered with the Weinland Park neighborhood to foster community - and in turn are impacted by the love the residents have for where they call home.
Funding of $1M for Faculty, Staff and Student Engagement
The Connect and Collaborate Grants Program incentivizes faculty, staff, students and their public/private sector community partners to submit concept proposals which have the potential to catalyze engaged, collaborative teaching and research activities benefiting the community and university. Concept proposals are due Monday, October 3.
Theatre Arts Group Celebrates Diversity and Growth through Performance
Ohio State students in the Theatre Arts Group work with students at Columbus North International School to build an interest and love for theatre through writing, acting, learning, performing, seeing live shows and building sets.
Taking Plant Science Out of the Lab and into the Community
The Center for Applied Plant Sciences (CAPS) and the Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center (ABRC) at Ohio State are pushing for children to be more in touch with the world around them - in the realm of plants, that is.