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The Wayne & Geraldine Kuhn Fine Arts Gallery in Morrill Hall will present the informational gallery exhibition “Sustainability Stories” April 11-May 31, 2024.
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The Ohio State University at Marion collaborated with Marion Technical College, the Columbus campus, and a number of area organizations and volunteers to provide open access to campus to over 1,000 visitors, including students, faculty, staff, and guests from the regional community, around Ohio, and visitors from across the country on Monday, April 8, 2024, to witness the rare total solar eclipse.
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Two days, hundreds of miles and four campuses: That was the itinerary for The Ohio State University President Walter “Ted” Carter Jr. as he made stops to meet students, faculty and staff at the Lima, Mansfield, Marion and Newark campuses last week.
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Ohio State Marion alumna, Maddie Ball shares the many opportunities for undergraduate research the campus has provided and the impact it has made on their future.
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Frances Sivakoff, assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology and faculty member at The Ohio State University at Marion has been selected as a recipient of The Ohio State University’s 2024 Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching. Established during the 1959-1960 academic year, it is one of the university's most prestigious teaching awards.
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Amy Tibbals, a senior lecturer in the College of Arts and Sciences Department of English at The Ohio State University at Marion, has been selected as a recipient of The Ohio State University’s 2024 Provost’s Award for Distinguished Teaching by a Lecturer.
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The Ohio State University received a $2 million grant from the Mellon Foundation to support community engagement through the arts. The grant’s intended long-term outcomes include strengthening Ohio State’s partnerships with community arts and cultural organizations in Columbus, bolstering a cross-sector career support system for arts students and visual and performing artists in central Ohio, and increasing opportunities for engagement with the arts at all five of Ohio State’s campuses.
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A group of ten Ohio State Marion students, who were recently part of the university’s Second-Year Transformational Experience Program (STEP) trip to Washington D.C. over spring break, found more than history and culture on their trip, they created bonds that will last throughout college and beyond.