The Ohio State University is among only five institutions in the country to be named a top producer for both Fulbright U.S. scholar and U.S. student programs, according to the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs.
It is often said that graduate school is the most interesting level of education, and this probably becomes even truer when earning a Ph.D.
What would you do if there were more than twenty-four hours in a day and you had a robot to clean your house? Ohio State grad student Sarah Yoho would spend more time working in the lab…and for a good reason. While she is working on earning her Ph.D.
We have all heard the cliché: a new, unfamiliar experience- for example, starting out college- is a bit of a metaphorical roller coaster ride. Before departure, there are nerves and excitement, and the journey itself is full of unexpected twists and turns, inevitable ups and downs. For Dan Linden, 2010 graduate of The Ohio State University, the roller coaster metaphor takes on even deeper sig
Barbara Camens, like many OSU Honors alumni, exemplifies success in both her professional and personal life. She calls her interview a "blast from the past," adding that she just visited campus for the first time in thirty years. It is understandable that she has not had much spare time to return to Columbus; she went straight to the University of Pennsylvania's law school after graduating fr