Columbus Free Clinic earns Kellogg Award
For the fifth time, The Ohio State University has been named as a regional winner of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Engagement Scholarship Award from the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU). The award recognizes extraordinary community engagement initiatives among public four-year universities nationwide.Learn More
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Engaged Scholarship Symposium Nov. 1
Join the Office of Outreach and Engagement for the Engaged Scholarship Symposium on Nov. 1. This symposium will highlight faculty who are co-creating scholarship with our community.
Through panel discussions, flash talks and poster presentations, participants will learn more about the innovative and impactful work of engaged scholars at Ohio State.
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Announcing the 2023 Engagement Grant recipients
This year 14 proposals were selected for funding through the Outreach and Engagement grants process. More than $250,000 was awarded at a maximum amount of $20,000 to support development of impact reports for programs, performances or exhibits; development of a public policy document or impact report; development or implementation of a program, performance, exhibition, or initiative based upon previous research, assessment, or public input; or enhance or expand a program that extends community access to the university, broadly defined.Read more
OSU Engages August/September Newsletter
Check out the August/September issue of OSU Enages! This issue features a major award for the Columbus Free Clinic, the Engaged Scholar Q&A with Scott Graves and Roads Scholars Day.Read more
Roads Scholars Day connects Ohio State with Columbus community
The 2023 Roads Scholars Day, held Friday by The Ohio State University Office of Outreach and Engagement, promoted the ongoing dialogue between the university and community partners throughout Columbus. The annual event connects faculty, administrators and students with social service organizations and business leaders to discuss current and future collaborations.
Support Buckeyes for Charity!
Each year, Buckeyes for Charity provides an opportunity for faculty, staff and retirees to support statewide nonprofit organizations and make a difference in the lives of Ohioans. The 2023 campaign will take place between Sept. 18 - Nov. 3. Now is the time to give to nonprofit organizations that matter to you. The Ohio State Buckeyes for Charity campaign makes it easy for you to help. You can give via credit card, check, cash or payroll deduction and choose to make a one-time or recurring donation. Buckeyes for Charity includes more than 850 nonprofits across the state of Ohio for you to choose from to support. Causes include food security, health and wellness programming and services, housing, animal welfare, education, advocacy programs, social justice, and the environment. As Buckeyes, we are Caring for Our Communities.
Ohio State Energy Partners grants support innovation
Ohio State Energy Partners (OSEP), the universitys comprehensive energy management partnership, has announced 2023-24 grants for projects that advance access to STEM education for people with disabilities, expand food scrap composting on campus and measure the energy efficiency of solar panels, among other initiatives.
Healthier babies through education and support
Does it actually take a village to raise a child? Turns out, it does. Infant mortality is a heartbreaking subject. Its also not disappearing, especially in the Black community. In this episode, we look at one of the solutions: Moms2B. An Ohio State program that helps babies reach their first birthdays. Hear from a mother who successfully completed the program and the doctor who runs it.
Engaged Scholars: Scott Graves
In order for students to reach their full potential, access to evidence-based programing that facilitates optimal development is essential. Unfortunately for Black youth, there are significant opportunity gaps that exist that have made this difficult. Accordingly, Scott Graves's research agenda can be broadly categorized as understanding protective factors that lead to positive youth development.