This Month on Columbus Collaborative

Champion of Children

Former WOSU Open Line host Fred Andrle participates in a one-on-one conversation with Geoffrey Canada, creator of the Harlem Children’s Zone hailed by the New York Times as “one of the most ambitious social service experiments of our time.” Champion of Children will also present its 2013 awards to the educator and nonprofit organization of the year.

2013 Champion of Children Airdates
Watch this year’s celebration at on WOSU Plus.

  • March 22 at 9 pm
  • March 29 at 9 pm

Advancing Blended Learning in Ohio

Steve Brown, 89.7 NPR News morning anchor, moderates a panel discussion with school leaders on practical applications of blended learning.

Advancing Blended Learning in Ohio Airdates
Watch this year’s celebration at on WOSU Plus.

  • April 5 at 9 pm
  • April 12 at 9 pm
  • April 19 at 9 pm
  • April 26 at 9 pm

Recent Episodes

Nonprofit 2.0 – Navigating the Social Media Universe

8, 2009

A discussion on how nonprofits are using social media to advance and connect with their audiences.

Farewell Tribute to WOSU’s Fred Andrle

3, 2009

Talk of the Nation’s Neal Conan pays tribute to WOSU’s Fred Andrle and his over 20 years of service during an Open Line broadcast at WOSU@COSI.

Viruses and You

17, 2009

Panelists discuss the flu pandemic.

Eric D. Fingerhut: 2009 James F. Patterson Land-Grant Lecture

4, 2009

Every year, the James F. Patterson Land-Grant Lecture brings to Ohio State a prominent figure to speak to the range of challenges facing land-grant institutions in the 21st century and beyond, in honor of James F. Patterson; This year’s speaker is Eric D. Fingerhut.

2009 Community Arts Partnership Awards

2, 2009

GCAC hosted civic, corporate and arts leaders for a luncheon and presentation of the 2009 Community Arts Partnership awards, which recognized three business and three individuals for outstanding support of local arts in the past year.

Defining Science and Religion

7, 2008

A spirited panel discussion on the intersection of faith and evolution; moderated by David Brancaccio, host and senior editor of NOW on PBS.

National Media Education

3, 2008

Frank W. Baker, National Media Education Consultant, focuses on critical thinking about media messages in the content areas of English and Language Arts, Social Studies, and Health, connecting his examples and demonstrations to Ohio content standards.

How Government Works

6, 2008

An educational project demonstrating the use of interactive video distance learning technology (IVDL) to connect high school students with key state government officials to discover how government functions and to explore current state and local issues. House Speaker Jon Husted represented the legislative branch of the government.

Making It Work

5, 2008

The assembly that gathered for the forum addressed issues surrounding workforce development and putting people to work. The panel tackled big issues; including transportation, job placement for the hard-to-employ, and specialized post-secondary training for workers who do not need college degrees to earn a living wage.

Seeds for Growth 2008, Part 1

1, 2008

Ruth McCambridge, editor in chief, Non Profit Quarterly, talks about managing non-profits.