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Helping Buckeyes Thrive

President Johnson is committed to helping all Buckeyes thrive. View the latest updates and learn about the university’s holistic approach to enhancing the health, safety and well-being of Ohio State’s campus communities.

Building the Silicon Heartland

As Intel begins construction on a $20 billion semiconductor manufacturing campus in central Ohio, the university is poised to play a significant role supporting the workforce and research needs of the largest single private-sector investment in state history.

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Nov 15, 2022

What we stand for

Ohio State’s Shared Values clearly and unequivocally establish our university community’s collective commitment to excellence and impact; diversity and innovation; inclusion and equity; care and compassion; and integrity and respect. There is no room for hate in our home. The university is where we work and live – and we will not tolerate violations of the values, principles and behaviors that constitute the Shared Values we agree to uphold when we become part of Ohio State.
Nov 10, 2022

Notes from a Fellow Buckeye

With the holiday season approaching and the end of the semester nearly in sight, we have much to be thankful for at Ohio State. Our success in academics, research, operations, service, clinical care, and talent and culture continues to increase thanks to your passionate dedication and hard work.
Nov 04, 2022

Ohio State to develop new bus technology testing center with $26.5 million federal investment

Ohio State President Kristina M. Johnson joined U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, university leaders, faculty, students, and government and industry partners to announce that the university will establish and operate a new testing center to support the deployment of zero-emission and low-emission public transportation buses. The project is supported by a $26.5 million investment from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration.