Thousands of Ohio students compete and showcase their independent research projects and compete for scholarships at State Science Day (SSD), presented by The Ohio Academy of Science. This year will mark the 71st annual SSD- the last 17 years of which have been held at The Ohio State University. Columbus native, Daniel Stover, M.D., is a State Science Day alumnus with a unique bond to The Ohio State University.
The Ohio State University will host the 69th annual State Science Day on Saturday, May 13. Pictured and featured are two former State Science Day participants: Ohio State freshman Cella Masso-Rivetti and Associate Professor of Optometry Dr. Catherine McDaniel.
Each year, more than 4,500 middle and high school students from the state use their free time to tinker, build, explore, research, learn, observe and collaborate. Why? In preparation for Ohio Science Olympiad , the state’s premier competition for students to demonstrate their skills in STEM.
More than 4,500 of Ohio’s brightest middle and high school students are gearing up for the 2017 Ohio Science Olympiad regional tournament season, the first of which is Saturday, Feb. 25, at Case Western Reserve University.
On November 19-20 The Ohio State University hosted HackOHI/O , its premier student technology event. More than 750 students from 26 schools from around the Midwest traveled to Columbus for the fourth annual 24-hour hackathon.
This spring 1200 middle and high school students descended on Ohio State’s campus to participate in the state’s most exciting science competition. They climbed the ranks to qualify for the state level Science Olympiad tournament , and had their eyes on a...