October 2017

Columbus skyline

The power of partnership

Because of the Pelotonia Fellowship Program and your paying forward, students conducting innovative cancer research get the opportunity to shine.

This year, over 40 students received grants to support their cancer research. They study at Ohio State, in cancer labs across the country and around the globe. Through their studies, we are working toward a cancer-free world.


Frazzled by finances

Dean Melnyk speaks to a student

Many Americans spend a lot of time stressing about their financial wellbeing. And all that stress takes its toll on their minds and bodies. Here's how to take control of your financial future today.


Harvesting for health

11-year-old Cailea Williams, a cancer survivor, harvests produce from the garden

How does your garden grow? Ohio State researchers are proving that gardening not only leads to better nutrition, but it also improves the health of cancer survivors.


Buckeyes through your eyes: #MyOhioState

Fall Leaves on the Oval

Katie Emmons, strategic communications student, ’20.

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