Ohio State helps fight "superbugs" in South Africa
With antibiotic resistance, or superbugs, on the rise, a program at The Ohio State University is on a mission to train South African pharmacists how to responsibly dispense antibiotics by bringing them across the Atlantic Ocean to Columbus.Learn More
How Ohio State engineering students are bringing clean water to a Tanzanian village
Do you really think much about water? When you're thirsty, is it there? When you need to bathe or wash your clothing, is it there? As Ohio State civil engineering alum Josh Osam-Duodu explains, that is a luxury, but one that clouds our worldview.
Water is so expected here, says Osam-Duodu. You don't think about it. You turn on the faucets, you expect water to flow out, but in other parts of the world, that is not the case. A lot of people have to go through the worst conditions to get water that's not even clean.Read full story
MBA students provide insights for global water projects
The opportunity to learn, hone and utilize business skills while also addressing a global societal challenge isnt a part of every MBA students experience. Fortunately for a group of graduate students at Fisher, a program designed to provide fresh business ideas to pressing issues around the world is a key part of Fishers MBA experience.
Alliance for the American Dream promotes collaboration and benefits central Ohio
Home ownership on a middle-income budget is a step closer to being realized for 10,000 central Ohioans, after a proposal by a team of Ohio State University faculty and community partners was selected for investment in the Alliance for the American Dream competition. The project, Power of Home, is an innovative digital service platform and suite of resources that leverages the purchase of a first home as a springboard for increasing income, reducing expenses and maximizing the economic potential of the home.
College of Dentistry Provides Special Smiles
Twenty College of Dentistry students, residents, and faculty shared their time and expertise at the Special Olympics Special Smiles program on Saturday, June 29. In so doing, the providers joined Special Olympics worldwide effort to ensure that people with intellectual disabilities have access to high-quality health care.