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Watch as four of Ohio State's faculty - Nyama McCarthy-Brown, Mary Rodriguez, Susan Melsop and William Miller - share their thoughts on the importance of engaging the community in their research and teaching.

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We are excited to have Chancellor Donde Plowman from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville deliver the 2024 James F. Patterson Land-Grant University Lecture on April 18! Registration is now open for the lecture and seating is limited.

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Check out the OSU Engages March Newsletter! This issue includes news about the 2024 Patterson Lecture, the upcoming Roads Scholars Day, professional development opportunities and more!

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Over the next three years, the Office of Outreach and Engagement will offer "Spark" grants, funded by the Mellon Foundation, to Ohio State faculty, students and staff for engagement projects that center the arts, especially projects done in partnership with communities served by our regional campuses. During this first year of the program, grants will be funded to a maximum of $25,000. Applications are due April 12.

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Faculty and staff interested in engaged scholarship are invited to join the Office of Outreach Engagement on April 12 as we visit Ohio State's Newark campus and partnership sites in the area. On a charter bus with other faculty and university colleagues, you will visit community organizations and learn more about community engaged scholarship.

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Ohio States Engaged Scholars have made significant community impacts with their partners and important contributions to the universitys culture of engagement, further strengthening the institution's commitment to supporting communities.

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