Pharmacy successfully transitions to virtual summer camp
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced in-person activities to be cancelled, the College of Pharmacy had to get creative to ensure the success of its long-running summer camp Pills, Potions and Poisons. So Cynthia Canan, camp director and lecturer, and her team got together and made a plan to pull off a virtual camp.Learn More
Seeking proposals for InFACT Linkage and Leverage grants
The Initiative for Food and AgriCultural Transformation (InFACT) invites you to submit proposals for our Linkage and Leverage seed grant program. Teams of faculty, staff, students and external partners may apply. There are three cycles for proposal submission during the 2020-21 academic year. Cycle 1 proposals are due Oct. 30.Learn more and apply
Engaged Practitioners Network Kick-off Event, November 6
The Engaged Practitioners Network is a space for those Ohio State staff who are working in spaces of community outreach and engagement. We will provide an opportunity for sharing best practices as well as networking with colleagues across campus. Our goal is to create a community of practice for staff. We hope to amplify collaborations, share best practices and increase professional development opportunities.
Virtual kick-off event
November 6, 2020
10 - 11:15 a.m.
Please join us for this kick-off event. We are interested in learning more about what you would like from the Engaged Practitioners Network. We will also hold space on community outreach and engagement work during this time.
For questions or to request an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact Assistant Vice Provost Nicole Nieto at Nieto.email@example.com or 614-247-4966. Requests made by October 27, 2020 will generally allow us to provide seamless access, but the university will make every effort to meet requests made after this date.
Register for the virtual kick-off event
Engaged Scholar Grant - deadline Nov. 1
The Council of Graduate Students, in partnership with the Office of Outreach and Engagement, Office of Student Life, Office of Research, and Ohio State University Extension is pleased to announce the availability of the Engaged Scholar Grant. The Engaged Scholar Grant incentivizes graduate students to undertake community-engaged research or community-engaged projects, in collaboration with a community partner, that address a specific need or problem within the community (in-state or out-of-state). Graduate students may apply for grants ranging from $500 to $1,500.Learn more and apply
BETHA 2021 Call for Proposals - deadline Dec. 1
Full-time assistant, associate and full professors (with a minimum 75 percent appointment for a nine or 12-month period) are invited to submit proposals to be considered for 2021 Battelle Endowment funding. The Battelle Memorial Institute-Ohio State partnership fosters programs that examine the relationship between science and technology and its impact on broader social and cultural issues.Learn more and apply
Ohio State, Honda partnership marks two decades of success
Leaders from The Ohio State University, Honda and state and local government are celebrating a historic milestone between the university and one of worlds most respected manufacturers. A formal agreement cementing the Honda - Ohio State partnership was approved 20 years ago this week. The agreement was an evolution of both organizations involvement in the Transportation Research Center, Inc., (TRC) in East Liberty.
Engaged Scholars: Dawn Anderson-Butcher
Engaged Scholars: Dawn Anderson-Butcher Dawn Anderson-Butchers scholarship explores positive youth development in different social settings, including schools, after school programs and youth sport. A professor in the College of Social Work and the executive director of teaching/research for the LiFEsports initiative, she specifically focuses on investigating what program mechanisms contribute to positive outcomes, particularly for youth coming from socially vulnerable circumstances.
Curtis Selected to Receive Sustainable Agriculture Grant from NCR-SARE
Kip Curtis, associate professor of Environmental History/Mansfield campus and faculty fellow in the Office of Outreach and Engagement, has been selected to receive a $89,976 grant from the North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program (NCR-SARE) for the project, "Growing the Growers: Leadership Training and the Development of Key Personnel for Engaged Production in the Mansfield Microfarm Project."
LiFEsports initiative a finalist for national engagement scholarship award
The Learning in Fitness and Education through Sports (LiFEsports) program has been announced as the regional winner of the 2020 W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Engagement Scholarship Award. The award from the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities recognizes extraordinary community engagement initiatives. LiFEsports is a partnership between the College of Social Work, Department of Athletics, Department of Recreational Sports and numerous other community and university partners to prepare youth, especially those from vulnerable circumstances, for life and leadership through sports.