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I am very pleased to introduce the Spring 2015 issue of ASCENT. We believe the selection of stories and images capture the excitement and relevance of Ohio State arts and sciences.
On Nov. 1, 2014, Susan Williams began her full-time appointment as vice dean, College of Arts and Sciences — continuing a more than 23-year career at the university.
A few timely updates from around the college. Want more? Sign up for our weekly e-newsletter, News & Updates.
In each issue of ASCENT, we ask our alumni to send us updates—we have received some great letters and feedback and many are included here. Be sure to tell us your story!
ASC faculty and their students collaborate on leading-edge work with colleagues on campus, across the country, and around the world to solve critical scientific problems and address important issues in scholarship.
A Start-up solves the logistics of unused medications.
New approach will facilitate pediatric traumatic brain injury (TBI) research.
Eminent, influential, prolific historian Geoffrey Parker is adept at unraveling the intrigues, alliances, disruptions and disasters of 16th century empires and monarchies, reweaving them into compelling, relevant accounts that resonate today.
It’s not very often that we feature an alumna who hasn’t actually graduated – but Tanisha Robinson, 33, is an extraordinary individual — or a “unicorn” as she says.
Arts and Sciences alumna Katie Lucas credits much of her success to internships.
Last December, Tony Sanfilippo joined The Ohio State University Press as its new director.
CBEC: Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry Building, Ohio State’s only LEED-certified laboratory building, opened for classes January 2015.
Villareal installation illuminates CBEC building lobby.
Centering on Exciting, Broad-Impact, Economy-Boosting Science
When you think of Ohio State as a top-tier research institution, you might think of its state-of-the-art medical research. Scientific investigations. Engineering explorations. Arctic climate research. But music research?
Endowments allow donors to establish an enduring legacy that reflects their values.
Distinguished teaching awards in arts and humanities.
Exploring the manipulation of incentives to spark preventive action.
The generosity of the Dunn family ensures generations of students will study military history.
Anyone who’s spent any time on the Oval knows that the chimes of Orton Hall create the soundtrack for the Buckeye Experience. This year marks the 100th anniversary of this beloved tradition.