With five ‘Outstanding’ titles in 2012, the Ohio State University Press makes its case as one of the best.
If there’s one thing that is crystal clear during a conversation with Robert H. Schottenstein, current chairman of Ohio State’s Board of Trustees, it’s that he feels intensely passionate about this university and its role in the future of the state and the nation.
Thanks to Disney, we felt compassion for a little Earthbot named Wall-E in his quest to find love. But if we took away the Hollywood magic and dropped Wall-E onto a live theater stage, would we become as invested emotionally in his mechanical tribulations?
It weighs half as much as a sports car and turns on a dime — so it’s no surprise that the electric car being developed at Ohio State University needs an exceptional traction and motion control system to keep it on the road.
Forget “slow and steady wins the race.” A new study shows that, at least sometimes, the best way to conserve energy and reach your destination on time is to alternate between walking and running
An experimental oral drug given to mice after a spinal cord injury was effective at improving limb movement after the injury, a new study shows.
OSU Mansfield enters first-ever collaboration anywhere between a school district, university and community.
Newark professors have integrated a discussion on cosmopolitan courtesy into their study abroad and service learning courses.
Regional campuses provide access to Ohio State for students who want a unique, small-campus experience.
Sat, May 23, 2015
This study examines the antitumor effects of a cancer-killing virus combined with a second-line chemotherapy drug.
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Wexner Medical Center
FACULTY & STAFF
Simone Drake, African American and African Studies, presented “The Devil and the Saint: Why Condoleezza Rice and Michelle Obama Aren’t that Different,” at Ohio State, Columbus, Nov. 9.
Patricia Enciso, Teaching and Learning, Handbook of Research on Children’s and Young Adult Literature (Oxford, England: Routledge, 2010) which received high praise in the international Children’s Literature in Education.
Robert McKenney, Research, Radiology and Biomedical Informatics, was appointed vice chair of the National Board of Directors for the American Academy of Medical Administrators for 2013.
ASK THE EXPERT
What is Title IX? Title IX banned sex discrimination in all educational institutions receiving federal funding, which meant nearly every school and college in the United States.
There is a lot of talk about how much tax individuals should pay, but it seems like big corporations find ways to eliminate most of their federal income taxes. How do they do this? Is it really legal?
I think people are too quick to throw around the term “brilliant” when describing writers or other artists nowadays…
Listing “My five favorite books” proved too stressful. Instead I give you “Five of my favorite books and five others that didn’t quite make it.”
Hello from the Office of Technology Commercialization and Knowledge Transfer – whew that’s a lot! We’re also known as TCO, that’s easier to remember. We’ve been around for a long time here at Ohio State, but we’re super shiny and new as of late
What is Cognitive overload? Cognitive overload is a theory used in education psychology that refers to a learner that is receiving too much information at one time. You can also think about this as information overload.
My new Lumo Lift and USB charger
Last night, I unboxed my brand new Lumo Lift, a wearable sensor which tracks physical activity as well as posture. Basically, it’s a fancy-pants pedometer that you wear on your chest instead of your belt. It connects wirelessly to a smartphone [...]
This is the second part of my interview with Lauren Hensley, Ph.D., Associate Director of the Dennis Learning Center. (You can read the first part of the interview here.) I followed up with her after her participation in the UCAT book group on Kathleen F. Gabriel’s Teaching [...]