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Ohio State Energy Partners has provided more than $800,000 to programs through its 2021-22 philanthropic awards. The awards provide funding for proposals that align with Ohio States sustainability goals and support the continuation of successful initiatives or the development/implementation of new programs or research projects that continue the trajectory of meeting the goals. As part of its commitment to academic collaboration, OSEP contributes $810,000 annually to the university or affiliated philanthropic causes.Read more
Ohio State's University Outreach and Engagement Awards honor faculty, staff, students and community partners for outstanding achievement in producing engaged scholarship and community impact. Congratulations to this year's recipients!Read more
Attend the inaugural Education for Citizenship address
The Ohio State community is invited to join Executive Vice President and Provost Melissa Gilliam and featured faculty speaker Winston C. Thompson at the inaugural Education for Citizenship Address on August 29. An internationally recognized philosopher of education concerned with social, political and ethical issues related to justice and education, Dr. Thompson will help us reflect on the importance of civil discourse and our Shared Values in a diverse world.
The 2022 Education for Citizenship Address is on Monday, Aug. 29, beginning at 7 p.m. in Mershon Auditorium. Dr. Thompsons presentation will be followed by light refreshments from Graeters Ice Cream in the lobby.
Tickets are recommended, and free through this link.Learn more and register
While many faculty, staff and students are actively conducting research in the community, the voice of community members is often missing or underrepresented in this work.
Four Ohio State faculty members recently completed a study to inform Ohio State leadership and researchers about community and neighborhood leaders' perspectives on Ohio State research, specifically as participants in research, but more generally as community and neighborhood leaders.
"Relationships are key to engaged research," said Jill Clark, associate professor in the John Glenn College of Public Affairs and one of the principal investigators of the study. "In a relationship, listening to what potential partners, collaborators, and colleagues are saying about their needs and wants and taking the time to learn historical and current perspectives on relationships with the university is foundational to that relationship."Read more
Be sure to check out the webpage - "Broader Impacts at The Ohio State University and Beyond" - that includes information and resources around broader impacts for Ohio State faculty and staff, including how to request consultations and workshops.Read more
Ohio States Engaged Scholars have made significant community impacts with their partners and important contributions to the universitys culture of engagement, further strengthening the institution's commitment to supporting communities.