These days, we could all use a dose of Pat Sullivan Dockendorf’s verve. She reflects on her time as an Ohio State student in the 1940s.
Family resource management alumna Shawntera Hardy, ’00, finds growth in life and in business despite an ongoing pandemic.
Telehealth counseling was a way to help keep Ohio State’s dietetic interns learning. It has provided much more than they could have imagined.
Marci Shumaker, ’98, draws on sports management education and experiences to keep student wellness first, tackle challenges head on.
Matt Terwilliger, ’08 BS, sat down with us to answer questions from Marcel Proust’s famous 19th-century questionnaire. Terwilliger, of Dublin, Ohio, is associate vice president and a certified financial planner with The Edwards Group at Morgan Stanley. He held the Ohio State record as the four-year basketball player with the most wins. What is your […]
His mom always said he’d make a good teacher. So, Christopher Washington, ’99 PhD, steered away from the profession — until he could no longer deny he loved teaching. Now executive vice president and provost at both Franklin and Urbana universities, he is shaping students’ lives more than ever. Q: You came to the college […]