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Dr. Kristina M. Johnson

Appointed as the 16th president in Ohio State’s history, Dr. Kristina M. Johnson brings with her to Buckeye Nation more than 30 years of experience in the academic, business and public policy sectors.
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Navigating COVID-19 Together

Every Buckeye plays an important part in taking care of each other. Learn what Ohio State is doing and how you can keep yourself, your family and your friends safe and healthy whether you have returned to campus or are continuing to work and study from home.

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Office Hours with the President

President Johnson regularly holds office hours open to all Ohio State students, pending availability. Sign up for an opportunity to be selected for a 15-minute Zoom call or in-person meeting.
 

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Follow President Johnson during her first year as a Buckeye to learn the latest about Ohio State, life on campus and the impact our university community makes each and every day.

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Apr 05, 2021

President Johnson joins Gov. DeWine to encourage student vaccinations

Ohio State University President Kristina M. Johnson joined Gov. Mike DeWine today to visit the university-run vaccination clinic at the Schottenstein Center.
Apr 01, 2021

Dedicated COVID-19 vaccination doses for our university community

We are pleased to announce the ability to dedicate 25% of the Wexner Medical Center’s first-dose vaccine allocation to any Ohio State student, faculty or staff member, while maintaining our commitment to our patients and the central Ohio community.
Mar 30, 2021

Doubling down on safe and healthy behaviors – including twice-weekly testing – now for a brighter future

There is much reason for optimism. Yet, COVID-19 still poses a threat and we must not allow anything to slow our progress in the fight against the virus. At this moment in the pandemic, it’s important to redouble our efforts so that nothing disrupts our plans for a better summer and fall.