Symposium brings together Ohio State and community partners
Ohio State and the communities that the university serves benefit from partnerships in which know-how and resources are exchanged, said community partners, administrators and faculty members during the Autumn 2023 Engaged Scholarship Symposium.Learn More
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Applications open for the Schweitzer Fellows Program
The application for the 2024-25 cohort of Columbus-Athens Albert Schweitzer Fellows is now open. The Schweitzer Fellows program supports and trains emerging health-focused graduate and professional students in creating and carrying out service projects to address unmet community needs.Learn more
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
Check out the OSU Engages November Newsletter!
This month's edition features news about the Engaged Scholarship Symposium, visiting artist opportunities, the Engaged Scholar Q&A with Nyama McCarthy-Brown and more!Read more
Engaged Scholars: Jeffrey Cohen
Community engagement shifts research toward a model that is founded upon co-design, co-production, shared respect and transparency. Working with the Bhutanese Community of Central Ohio as partners and investing our efforts together to promote equity and justice is an opportunity to reinvent anthropology and anthropological research for today.
2023 James F. Patterson Land-Grant University Lecture
Join us on April 6 as Chancellor Robert J. Jones, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, delivers the 2023 Patterson Lecture. The James F. Patterson Land-Grant University Lecture honors former Board of Trustees member Jim Patterson and the cause to which he is most committed, a vibrant University fulfilling its land-grant mission in an ever-changing world.
New EPA grant supports CPH research
Darryl B. Hood, professor of environmental health sciences, received a new grant from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to support research analyzing the impact of climate change-related chemical and non-chemical stressor exposures on the health outcomes of Columbus residents.
Leading into the new year
In her first installment for 2023 of Academic Voices: A Provosts Blog, Executive Vice President and Provost Melissa Gilliam focuses on the important role of local leadership across the academic enterprise. At each of Ohio States colleges, campuses, departments, libraries and units, these dedicated leaders are in the early phases of working collaboratively to help the Office of Academic Affairs bring the Academic Plan to life.
Engaged Scholars: Harvey Miller
Harvey Miller's research and teaching are at the intersection of geospatial data analytics, urban science and sustainability science. A particular focus is sustainable mobility, resilient communities, and the relationships between human mobility, environmental justice and wellness.