Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
Ohio State president Gordon Gee will retire from his leadership role at the end of the month. Gee plans to remain a prominent fixture on campus.
Ohio State University president Gordon Gee announced late Tuesday afternoon he will retire next month. Reaction about Gee’s retirement on campus was mixed.
Ohio State University president Gordon Gee continues to make apologies for remarks made in December where he slammed Catholics and other college conferences. WOSU has more on Gee’s most recent regrets to a former Wisconsin football coach.
Ohio State trustees reprimand university president Gee following publication of recent gaffes.
The president of Ohio State University says it’s not possible to freeze tuition for out-of-state students at the moment but the university can help those students with scholarships.
Tobacco use could be banned entirely at Ohio State University if a proposal recommending the move is adopted. Ohio State President Gordon Gee informed students, faculty and staff about the proposal in an email today.
Ohio State University has enlisted the help of two of its premier coaches to help raise millions of dollars in scholarship money. WOSU reports the announcement was made at Friday’s board of trustees meeting.
IBM Corp. plans to ramp up its analytics operations in Ohio.
Company officials planned Thursday to announce that IBM will create a new analytics center in suburban Columbus.
More than 200 volunteers in flourescent green shirts fanned out across the Ohio State campus Friday afternoon. Its part of a renewed safety campaign to prevent serious injuries on sidewalks and area streets.
Gov. John Kasich is asking the leaders of Ohio’s four-year state universities to work together to boost the state’s college graduation rate.