Ohio State University President Kristina M. Johnson is headed back to the classroom, bringing her teaching skills and her passion for research and conservation next semester to a course titled Pathways to Net Zero Carbon Neutrality. - via Ohio State News
Of the many traditions Buckeyes have been excited to return to this fall, athletic competition holds special significance for many. Veronica and I have been thrilled to attend the first games of the season and experience game day traditions like the Skull Session. If you see us, give us an “O-H!”
We continue to monitor where crimes occur and deploy resources to enhance safety. We’re strengthening partnerships, using data analytics and exploring new technology, as we work to enhance safety for students, faculty, staff and visitors.
Today, on the 2021 Day of Miracles, we invite you to join us in celebrating and supporting BuckeyeThon's extraordinary work funding life-saving research, advancing clinical care and providing vital support to children battling pediatric cancer and blood disorders at Nationwide Children's Hospital.
The safety of our students and the entire Buckeye community is my top priority, and I have directed the university to take additional steps to help keep our community safe and informed. The following new offerings provide students with additional tools and give parents and families more information about what’s happening around campus.
The 2021 Buckeyes for Charity campaign is now underway. Through November 5, we can again show the strength of our caring community by making a difference for people and causes all over Ohio. I hope you will join me and other Buckeyes in showing how much we care.