Husband and Wife Share Two Decades of Buckeye Love
Don Hubin, professor emeritus of philosophy and director of the Center for Ethics and Human Values, and Julie Carpenter-Hubin, Assistant Vice President of Institutional Research and Planning, can be seen holding hands and walking across the Oval to their offices nearly every morning. Married 22 years, this faculty-staff couple enjoy the opportunity to see the university from each other's perspectives.
How Much is a Five-Star Recruit Worth? Ask Economist Trevon Logan
With the ever-increasing focus on the financial aspects of collegiate sports, many are wondering how much athletes are worth to their colleges and universities. Trevon Logan, professor and chair, economics, is co-author of a study titled, “The Effect of Recruit Quality on College Football Team Performance,” published in the Journal of Sports Economics. Last week, Logan spoke with The Wall Street Journal to unravel the answers.
Roy Lichtenstein Foundation Announces Creation of Two Endowed Professorships
Dorothy Lichtenstein and the Board of the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation, in partnership with Ohio State, are pleased to announce that the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation has permanently endowed two high-level, named chairs. Two $3 million dollar endowments will support the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation Endowed Chair of Art History and the Roy Lichtenstein Endowed Chair of Studio Art.
Your Guide to the Arts at Ohio State
From art galleries downtown to opera productions on stage, from Shakespeare to cinema, jazz fests and dance concerts — spring semester is full of visual and performing arts events.
Message from Executive Dean David Manderscheid
I write to share that John Nisbet, Arts and Sciences’ Chief Administrative Officer, has accepted the position of Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer at Creighton University — his last day will be January 31.
COMPAS Special Event: Piper Kerman, author of Orange is the New Black
A hit Netflix TV show wasn’t Piper Kerman’s goal when she wrote Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison, a memoir about her 13 months in the Danbury Federal Correctional Institution, but the bestselling book and TV series has led to a life of advocacy and given her a high-profile public platform to share her message: Criminal justice reform needs to happen.
A Thank You, At Year End
Looking back over the past year I'm amazed by what has been achieved and I want to share some of our high points as we look forward to 2017. Our outreach, scholarship and creative activity have made real impacts in the community and on individuals. We are poised to have another record-breaking year for research awards, and our alumni and friends continue to astonish us with their accomplishments, commitment and generosity.