Filling a Mutual Need: Creating a Teaching and Learning Center
The Columbus Community Teaching and Learning Center began this summer, offering students, teachers, university faculty and community partners a centralized and accessible space to learn and teach alongside one another.
On the Road with the 2015 Roads Scholars Tour
The Roads Scholars Tour, a two-day, traveling seminar, took more than 50 faculty, community partners and administrators to northeast Ohio to meet community partners, tour sites where the university has key partnerships, and see first-hand the reach and impact that teaching, research and engagement collaborations have on communities and residents across the state.
Inside-Out Course Inspires Students Through Community-Based Learning
Corrections: an Inside-Out Course is an Ohio State class in which students visit the Southeastern Correctional Institute once each week and take a class together with people who are incarcerated. In the sociology class students learn various perspectives on crime and justice and are encouraged to see themselves as agents of social change.
Summer Research Program Introduces Undergrads to the Science of Language
A group of undergraduate students from select colleges and universities around the country are learning the principles and practices of scientific research through an intensive summer research program developed by Ohio State.