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100th Anniversary of the Graduate School

Patrick S. Osmer — 21-Feb-12 13:29
I am honored to report that this is the Graduate School's 100th year. Since the Graduate School was founded in 1911, over 157,500 graduate students have earned Ohio State master’s and Ph.D. degrees. This is an extraordinary number, and it helps tell the story of why Ohio State and Ohio State graduate alumni are known all over the world.
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2012 Graduate Associate Teaching Award winners

Patrick S. Osmer — 25-Apr-12 09:43
Please join me in recognizing Jarrett Anderson, French and Italian; Leila Ben-Nasr, English; Lindsay Bernhagen, Comparative Studies; Bora Bosna, Mathematics; Sara Cline, Molecular Genetics; Jim Collier, Communication; Joshua Eckroth, Computer Science and Engineering; Casaundra Harbaugh, Psychology; Adam Stier, English; and Scott Stuckman, Environmental Science.
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Welcome

Patrick S. Osmer — 16-Aug-12 16:27
This week, approximately 2,800 new graduate students will start their graduate degree programs. If you’re one of these new students, please join us for the Graduate School Welcome on Monday, August 20, starting with refreshments outside University Hall at 9:15 a.m.
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Hayes Graduate Research Forum Abstract Deadline 11/30

Patrick S. Osmer — 13-Sep-12 13:52
The Hayes Graduate Research Forum is one way that we highlight the high quality research being conducted by graduate students at Ohio State. The abstract submission deadline is Friday, Nov. 30. Awards totaling more than $15,000 are given to recognize the best presentations.
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Hayes Graduate Research Forum Abstract Deadline Nov. 1

Patrick S. Osmer — 23-Oct-13 14:15
Getting your work in front of your peers and the larger scholarly community and presenting it effectively are essential parts of your graduate training. The Hayes Graduate Research Forum is one way for you to do that.
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