Latest Episode – June 26, 2012

World War II Pacific Tour

A group of Ohio State University students traveled the pacific island battlefields of World War II with the veterans who fought there. As a part of the study abroad course through the Department of History, students were paired with a veteran to preserve memorials of the war in the Pacific Theatre.

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Ohio State partners with Royal Shakespeare Company

Ohio State University and the Royal Shakespeare Company bring the Bard to life in a New York theater and in classrooms throughout central Ohio.

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Ohio State and Metro High School Students Run OSU Student Farm

Ohio State students partner with STEM highschoolers to create living learning labs and a farmers market.

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Rain Gardens and Dandelions – Innovative Research at OARDC

Rain gardens and roadways, a natural solution to ground water pollution, and dandelions racing toward a new sustainable, tire rubber source.

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P4 Medicine: Investing in Health and Wellness

Researchers at Ohio State University discuss P4 Medicine and investing in wellness.

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Positive Impact of Video Games on Health

Researchers at The Ohio State University find that playing video games can have healthy returns. Using games can have positive effects on soldiers returning from Afghanistan suffering from Post Tramatic Stress Disorder.

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Benefits and Cost Effectiveness of P4 Medicine

Using P4 medicine, providers can create systems of care to audimate the ability to deliver the right care to the right person at the right time and reduce the variability of the care.

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Innovative Ways to Promote Personal Health

New and innovative strategies instituted at Ohio State University can help promote personal health.

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Recent Ohio State Graduates Embark on New Journey

Recent graduates of The Ohio State University look back at their college experience and reveal their plans for the future.

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Pelotonia Raising Money For Cancer Research

Team Buckeye and thousands of others cyclists are participating in Pelotonia 2011 as they look to raise over $10 million for cancer research during this year’s ride.

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Celebrating Olympian and OSU Icon Jesse Owens Part Two

Olympic Gold Medalist and former Buckeye Jesse Owens faced challenges in his sport and his time. He set an example for those who would come after him, and he left his mark on Ohio State University and the United States.