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Global Gateways

Global reach

Ohio State is creating a Buckeye presence that goes far beyond the borders of Ohio or the United States with the help of its three Global Gateways located in China, India and the most recent that opened last week in Brazil.

These three Gateways are giving the university a strong international presence that allows it to innovate, steward relationships with the global alumni base and cultivate prospective students. And these offices are not the only examples of how Ohio State is doing its part to ensure the university is well entrenched around the world.


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Celebration of arts

Celebration of arts

The fall is presenting a bounty of opportunities for those who are interested in the arts. The Wexner Center for the Arts is celebrating its 25th anniversary with the exhibit Transfigurations, while university landmark Sullivant Hall is having a grand re-opening that marks its significant renovation.


Ohio State 125

Ohio State 125th season

Ohio State is recognizing its 125th football season in 2014. The university’s 125 seasons have seen its team grow into one of the most storied programs in college football. Take a look at the growth of a football powerhouse and then take a trip back to the beloved Shoe.


What I did this summer

What I did this summer

Ohio State students spent their summers doing more than relaxing on the beach or catching up on their reading. Instead, many Buckeyes headed out in the world to find learning opportunities and ways they can better serve the community.


Building healthier baseball players

Building healthier baseball players

New Ohio State research suggests that professional baseball pitchers with poor core stability are more likely to miss 30 or more days in a single season because of injury than are pitchers who have good control of muscles in their lower back and pelvis.


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Ruann Ernst

But for Ohio State: Ruann Ernst’s story
Ruann Ernst (’68, ’69, ’77) continues to honor the legacy of her education at Ohio State. After a successful career as a CEO on the West Coast in technology, Ernst gives back by participating in the Ohio State Innovation Foundation, which will create a platform to support the efforts of Ohio State’s Technology and Commercialization Office.

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Buckeye Nation in the Moroccan Desert
Ohio State student and Wexner Medical Center staff member Candace Hrelec shows her pride while visiting Morocco with friends.

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