Lantern Media Group Absorbs Buckeye TV
The Lantern Media Group — previously consisting of The Lantern
— joined with Buckeye TV
fall semester as part of the College of Arts and Sciences’ strategic plan. The combination of The Lantern
and Buckeye TV will provide real world multimedia journalism and communication experience for Ohio State students and best serve the Ohio State community. For more information, contact Dan Caterinicchia
Undergraduate Named 2013 Marshall Scholar
, a fourth-year student in microbiology and political science, is one of 34 2013 Marshall Scholars nationwide
; the sixth in Ohio State’s history. Chaitoff will work on a master’s degree in public health at the University of Sheffield in South Yorkshire, England, then go to medical school. The Marshall Scholarship, established by England’s Parliament in 1953 to honor U.S. Secretary of State George C. Marshall and pay tribute to the Marshall Plan, funds up to three years of graduate study for American students at any institution in the United Kingdom in any field of study. Chaitoff is involved with the Global Health Initiative and co-founded and directs research for the Pure Water Access Project, a nonprofit organization that helps people in developing countries access clean water.
Christine Ballengee-Morris Receives Award
, professor, arts administration, education and policy, has received
the 2013 June King McFee Award from the National Art Education Association Women's Caucus.
Pre-Sale Tickets On Sale Now for Julius Caesar
Ohio State faculty, staff, and alumni can buy pre-sale tickets
now for Julius Caesar
, the production by the world-renowned Royal Shakespeare Company, presented in Columbus by Ohio State and CAPA May 1-5 in the Southern Theatre. Tickets will go on sale to the general public February 1. Set in contemporary Africa with a cast of highly acclaimed, black British actors, this groundbreaking production of Shakespeare’s great political thriller is directed by the RSC’s new artistic director Gregory Doran
. The Columbus run is the production’s only North American engagement following its New York City premiere in April.
Dorothy Noyes Lectures February 5
, professor, English and comparative studies, is the featured speaker at the 2012-2013 Arts and Humanities Inaugural Lecture, Tuesday, February 5, 5 pm, Faculty Club Grand Lounge. Inimitable Examples? Gesture and Tradition in Western Political Reform
, explores how symbolic gestures of political representatives attempt to connect with the public, what conditions create their success or failure, and how this might articulate processes of political reform. This lecture is a report on a book project in its early stages. Free and open to all, but RSVPs requested
. Reception accompanies event.
Denman Undergraduate Research Forum Applications Being Accepted
The Denman Undergraduate Research Forum will be held Thursday, March 28, in the RPAC. Applications and guidelines for the 2013 Denman Forum now available online
. Abstract Deadline: Friday, February 8, 5pm.
Ninth Annual MBD Open House:
February 9, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, 1315 Kinnear Rd.
The Museum of Biological Diversity (MBD) is strictly a research-teaching museum, but its faculty, staff and students know how to throw a party
. One day a year the public is invited to an extravaganza of special displays, live animals, tours and demos, fantastical decorations, refreshments, and multiple hands-on activities. The open house is always built around a theme celebrating an aspect of biological diversity. This year, Everybody Eats
, looks at the food chain and the many ways organisms get their nutrition. Event is free; parking free at 1315 Kinnear Rd. and adjacent lots.
Wind Symphony Performs in Cleveland’s Severance Hall
The Ohio State Wind Symphony, conducted by Russel C. Mikkelson
, presents “Made in America”
in Cleveland’s historic Severance Hall, Tuesday, February 12, 7:30 pm. The program includes works by Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland, Henry Fillmore, and George Gershwin.
Institute for Population Research Lecture
IPR 6th Annual Joan Huber Population Lecture presents David R. Williams on Racism and Health: Findings and Questions and Directions, February 15, 2-3:30 pm, Thompson Library. Reception immediately following. Williams is the Florence and Laura Norman Professor of Public Health, professor of African and African American Studies, and director of the Lung Cancer Disparities Center at Harvard University.
Give a listen
to the January 22 broadcast of Ohio State's Foreign Language Center Yiddish Internet Radio, The Big 4 Yiddish Music Composers
, with Kristin Harpster
. Future broadcasts can be streamed live
February 19, 10:30 am - Rachel Steindel Burdin: Two Languages Are Better Than One
March 19, 1:30 pm - Monica Hamblett: Bazingen With Us!
April 1, 1 pm - Professor Dovid Miller: Outliers - Who is that singing in Yiddish?
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