ASCENT: The Pandemics of our Time
How the College of Arts and Sciences is responding to today’s challenges
As autumn starts to come to an end and we have a moment to reflect on a semester of seemingly unending difficulties, we also want to recognize — in the small ways we can — how folks in the Arts and Sciences have helped one another get through these past few months.
Here is a collection of expressions of gratitude from Art and Sciences students, faculty and staff sharing whom they appreciate for their support, guidance and friendship.
"Our familiar workplaces, materials and colleagues are no longer close at hand. Like everybody else, we’re still figuring this thing out. But we are not gone. We haven’t stopped. We haven’t even paused."
- Michael Mercil, Faculty Fellow for Arts and Humanities and Art Professor
Westerville by Lexis Vanhecke, a studio art major, exhibited virtually as part of the Department of Art Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Senior Projects Exhibition.
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry Building (CBEC)
Orton Geological Museum
Biological Sciences Greenhouse
Urban Arts Space
Department of Geography
Department of Mathematics
Department of History
Department of Dance
Center for Applied Plant Sciences (CAPS)
Department of English
Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Brain Imaging (CCBBI)