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Ohio State Newark Education Abroad Trip Changes Student’s Life
December 20, 2016
A former student at The Ohio State University at Newark credits his education abroad trip to Berlin, Germany, for his current internship opportunity and a new perspective that has changed his life.

Elementary Students Learn Science on Campus
December 15, 2016
Students from several elementary schools in Newark can now say they’ve had a little bit of the college experience.

Students Provide Holiday Gifts for Local Children
December 13, 2016
Ohio State Newark and COTC’s student government organization, with assistance from the Society of Engineering Technology (SET) student organization, used money raised this semester to purchase gifts for the Families Helping Families program administered by Licking County Job and Family Services (LCJFS).

Ohio State Newark Waives Application Fee for COTC Graduates
December 7, 2016
Current or very recent graduates of Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) with at least at 2.0 grade point average won’t have to pay to apply to The Ohio State University at Newark.

Student Club Gives Back for the Holidays
December 5, 2016
Napping in class is usually frowned upon, but for one group of students it has inspired goodwill on campus.

Ohio State Newark Professor Works on #1 Ranked NASA Satellite Mission
November 30, 2016
A satellite mission that The Ohio State University at Newark Physics and Astronomy Assistant Professor Michael Stamatikos supports was recently ranked number one by NASA in science output among similar class, ongoing missions.

Newark Campus Community Reacts to Columbus Campus Tragedy
November 28, 2016
Classes continued at The Ohio State University at Newark today with heavy hearts as thoughts were with those injured today on the Ohio State Columbus campus.

Buckeye Generation Learning Community is Helping Students Succeed
November 28, 2016
Students who are part of the Buckeye Generation Learning Community (BGLC) at The Ohio State University at Newark are more likely to be successful in college than other first-generation college students.

Ohio State Newark Student Wins Position in Marching Band for the Michigan Game
November 23, 2016
A student from The Ohio State University at Newark will be on the field this weekend when Ohio State takes on that team up north.

Ohio State Newark Dean Meets with State Legislators
November 22, 2016
Ohio State University Executive Director of Regional Campuses and Newark Campus Dean William L. MacDonald spent his day at the statehouse on Tuesday, Nov. 15 meeting with legislators.

Science Lectures at Ohio State Newark Feature Black Holes and Elephants
November 16, 2016
In two lectures on Wednesday, Nov. 30, at The Ohio State University at Newark, the community is invited to learn about science from the safaris in Asia to the depths of space. Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy Michael Stamatikos, Ph.D., will speak on his research with NASA at 5 p.m. followed by elephant expert Harry Peachey at 6:30 p.m. in the Melissa Warner Bow Grand Hall in the John Gilbert Reese Center, 1209 University Drive, Newark.

Ohio State Newark Professor Notes Importance of African American History Museum in the Future
November 15, 2016
Weiser recently presented at the 9th International Conference on the Inclusive Museum held in Cincinnati at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

Ohio State Newark to Host English Alumni Panel Discussion
November 9, 2016
Join a panel of Ohio State Newark alumni for a Q&A discussion of the career options available for students majoring in English.

Low Receives Robert F. Heizer Award
November 9, 2016
Ohio State Newark Assistant Professor of Comparative Studies John Low, Ph.D., is this year’s winner of the Robert F. Heizer Award for best article presented by the American Society for Ethnohistory.

Employees Celebrate 35 Years of Service
November 8, 2016
Amy Bishoff and Lori Vogelmeier are being recognized for 35 years of service this semester.

Madsen Studying Border Security in Arizona
November 7, 2016
With the 2016 presidential election as a backdrop, The Ohio State University at Newark Associate Professor of Geography Kenneth D. Madsen is on sabbatical this academic year studying border security near Tucson, Arizona.

Record Amount of Scholarship Dollars Available at Ohio State Newark and COTC
November 7, 2016
Approximately $1.25 million in scholarships is available to students at The Ohio State University at Newark and Central Ohio Technical College.

History-Making Pilot Subject of Talk at Ohio State Newark
November 4, 2016
Academic Area of Psychology Presents “Jerrie Mock: Flight Around the World”

Ohio State Newark Professor Applauds Bees on Endangered Species List
November 3, 2016
Seven yellow-faced bee species that were once abundant in their native home of Hawaii were recently declared endangered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Ohio State Newark Documentary Nominated for Regional Emmy
November 1, 2016
A documentary created by professors and students as part of a service learning project at The Ohio State University at Newark has been nominated for a regional Emmy.