Learn from the experiences of Ellen Mosley-Thompson and Lonnie Thompson as they reflect on the value of personal identity, facing your fears and forging paths for others.
See how the careers of Ohio State paleoclimatologists Ellen Mosley-Thompson and Lonnie Thompson have grown in tandem with humans’ understanding of climate change.
Gathering ice from the world’s most remote places takes a team and equipment specially prepared for extreme temperatures and terrain. Follow along on one trip to Peru. See the steps.
Similar to rings in a tree trunk, layers of glaciers show what Earth’s climate was like as the ice formed. Find out what the Thompsons’ ice cores can reveal. See an ice core.
President Kristina M. Johnson intends to make The Ohio State University a model for the 21st century land grant university. Read more about her vision.
Discover how Veronica Meinhard, the wife of President Kristina M. Johnson, plans to help The Ohio State University achieve debt-free degrees at scale.
President Kristina M. Johnson thanks alumni for being incredible Buckeye ambassadors. Read more about her memorable first year at The Ohio State University.
Buckeyes the world over put their talents to work to create discoveries, welcoming homes and a safer planet.
Taylor Gruenwald documented a home renovation on the social media platform TikTok. Learn how she engaged her massive following.
Leaning on her experiences as an Evans Scholar at Ohio State, learn how Taylor Gruenwald builds up communities through an appreciation for individual differences.
Get to know Buckeye Matt Amodio. The second-winningest “Jeopardy!” champion, answers questions about neural networks, trivia and choosing Ohio State.
Legendary quarterback and new author Rex Kern reflects on life, football and friends such as Woody Hayes.
At 18, Lizzie Chung will earn diplomas from high school and Ohio State, getting a jump on her mission to cure MS.
Learn how Caroline Karbowski, Ohio State senior and leader of the nonprofit See3D, empowers students who are visually impaired to make their own discoveries.
Ohio State Professor Abdollah Shafieezadeh explains why the U.S. needs to act now to secure the power grid from hackers, harsh weather and disparities.
Morgan Weininger is improving lives, safety and empathy by connecting people who are homeless to resources and support.
Alumni association board member Said Sariolghalam turns to his alma mater for social and service opportunities.
Charlotte Jenkins Shroyer shares her uniquely American journey from hardscrabble start to a PhD and beyond.