Imagine a student who lives in North Carolina and wants to become a Buckeye by enrolling in one of our online programs. Or a current student who wants to intern for credit at their dream company in Washington, D.C. Or even a Buckeye who wants to pursue a field experience in South Carolina to round out their education before applying for graduate school.
Ohio State has frozen tuition, halted growth of other fees, and cut administrative costs, all for the cause of making higher education more affordable for our students. Still, we are finding new avenues to alleviate the financial burden students face. The Affordable Learning Exchange replaces expensive textbooks with content created in-house or sourced from free and open resources, and other creative solutions for affordable learning materials.
Fluid Friction, Cardiac Stress, supersized mice, and no papier-mâché volcanoes. State Science day, hosted May 14 in the French Field House, was home to a host of catchy titles and interesting research from top students around the state. These STEM scholars, grades 5-12, came from over 315 schools throughout Ohio and competed for more than $1 million in scholarships and awards.
The adoption of the Canvas learning management system (LMS) is underway at The Ohio State University. To get the most out of this new LMS, ODEE staff are accompanying 18 individuals to InstructureCon in Colorado from July 19-22. A wide variety of lecturers, professors, instructional designers and support staff from across the university will be attending this summer camp-inspired conference.