New mathematics course connects students with Columbus’ own Hidden Figures
Two Department of Mathematics faculty will co-teach a new class this spring exploring access to mathematics for groups that are historically underrepresented in STEM fields.
Explore spring 2020 Arts and Sciences course offerings
From the Geology of National Parks to Magic in the Modern World, the college is filled with thought-provoking and creative courses to engage students across the university. Learn more on our featured General Education courses bulletin board.
College of Arts and Sciences now offering Diversity, Equity and Inclusion certificate
The College of Arts and Sciences is excited to offer a certificate in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. This 12-credit hour certificate is open to all degree-seeking Ohio State students as well as anyone with a bachelor’s degree, including eligible Ohio State faculty and staff.
'On the Front Lines' brings Afghan women to center stage
The Department of Theatre presents a series of plays and lectures, "On the Front Lines," which is organized by Arts and Humanities Distinguished Professor Lesley Ferris and explores the stories of Afghan women.
ASC Eats: Fukuryu Ramen
ASC Eats wraps things up by featuring Fukuryu Ramen, owned by psychology alumnus Jeff Tsao, whose trendy restaurant puts a contemporary spin on ramen's Japanese origins while remaining true to the food's heritage.
Hahn helps recall 9/11 causes, lingering consequences
Peter Hahn, dean of arts and humanities and professor of history, reminds us of the roots and lasting implications of 9/11, starting with how Islamic extremism was stirred and ending with the security consciousness our nation has today.
ASC Eats: Brassica
ASC Eats is a new series that features three Arts and Sciences alumni deeply involved in Columbus' restaurant scene. Part one features School of Music alumnus and Brassica co-founder Sean Jones, who talks about how his music history degree translates to operating the popular, Mediterranean-inspired eatery.
Q&A with history professor on free course about Ohio State history
Buckeye Biography: 150 Years of Ohio State is a free, online course that takes participants through some of the university's most historically significant moments, touching on themes such as the Thompson era, athletics and student life. We sat down with associate professor of history David Staley to learn more about the course.
Art exhibit explores biological diversity through new lens
A new exhibit at Hopkins Hall Gallery features photography by art professor emerita Ardine Nelson that displays specimens at Ohio State's Museum of Biological Diversity like they've never been seen before.
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