There’s so much more than can fit into Inspire. Dive deeper into the magazine with these web extras from your College of Education and Human Ecology.
Keep up with the dean
With her new blog, Dean Cheryl Achterberg shares her take on today’s topics affecting education and human ecology.
Food for All
- The Live Healthy Live Well or the Live Smart Ohio blogs bring you positive tips from OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) educators.
- Attend an upcoming Dining with Diabetes class in Ohio.
- Learn food preservation basics in videos produced by OSU Extension FCS educators
- Ask an extension expert how to improve the quality of your life, family or health.
Preparing Early Childhood Educators Around the World
- Start building your knowledge and skills with early childhood education training from the Virtual Lab School.
Writing the Book for Yucatan
- Get a closer look at the Solyluna books created for Maya children from EHE’s Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy
- EHE students share more about their experience in Brazil, studying marginalized high school students to understand their lack of college access.
- Read more about the Master of Sports Coaching degree and its benefits to professional coaches. Interested in pursuing this degree? Get details on how to apply.
- Find out how EHE’s Kinesiology program vaulted to sixth in the nation.
- EHE launched its first completely online program in 2016. Find out how you can get a master’s degree in learning technologies.
Your College Research
- Learn more about why the ‘cool factor’ is not enough for cities to attract new grads.
- Hear directly from Professor Darcy Haag-Granello on why labeling people as “the mentally ill’ increases stigma.
- Drop-in centers: The best way to help homeless youth is hardly used.
- What’s an effective way to manage diabetes? Through a group intervention at the office.
- CJ Clardy just graduated from Ohio State with his degree in special education. Learn more about what the future educator has achieved, thanks to support from a Robert and Missy Weiler Scholarship in Urban Education.