May 2016

New grads to watch

Degrees of distinction

The distinguished graduates ranged from a student who has merged her medical and dance backgrounds into therapy for people battling the effects of chemotherapy, to one who has spent his time on campus trying to mentor the next generation. They all took distinct journeys to their degrees, and reached their pinnacles on a sun-splashed day at Ohio Stadium.

Take a look back at that day to experience the images and reactions that made it special.


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Research parents can use

Research parents can use

Are you turning your son into a narcissist? Can you help your young daughter improve her memory? Ohio State gives parents research-based answers about raising children.


Bound for discovery

Bound for discovery

A growing number of Ohio State students are studying abroad, learning the ways of the world and more than a little about themselves and their fields. The university ranks seventh nationally in the number of students who study abroad, according to the Institute of International Education.


Five Ohio State trailblazers

Glass breakers

Each year, Ohio State’s President and Provost’s Council on Women recognizes five faculty and staff members of extraordinary achievement, whose work has improved workplace culture for women at the university. Meet this year’s five honorees.


A victory achieved together


When thousands of Ohio State students received their degrees, they heard the jubilant sound of the Victory Bell. It was an unforgettable moment in their lives as Buckeyes — made possible because of the loyal support of alumni and friends.

and points of pride
High Points

Access, affordability and excellence. The university has frozen in-state tuition and mandatory fees for undergraduates for the fifth consecutive year, meaning Ohio students in the classes of 2016 and 2017 will graduate with no increases. Beyond tuition, Ohio State instituted a comprehensive freeze, including room and board, for 2015-2016 — the first of its kind in at least four decades.

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Serving in Costa Rica

Serving in Costa Rica
Ohio State students (from left) Stephanie Endlish, Carissa Vavalle, Erin Hamlin and Megan Steele share their Buckeye pride in Costa Rica. The students were in the country volunteering in a veterinary medical clinic and providing animal care in an underserved area.

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