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Youth broadcasting for a better community

An Ohio State-based radio show is helping provide a platform for the voices of local high school and college students. Youth Beat Radio airs every Monday night at 7:30 p.m. on Columbus radio station WCRS, 102.1 and 98.3 FM. The show, which is sometimes hosted ...

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Ohio State students partner with Columbus nonprofits

Each year, City Year Columbus hosts the Red Jacket Ball, the organization’s largest fundraising event. This year, Kelsie Fields, a third-year in international development and Italian, is helping City Year prepare for the event. Fields and her 11 fellow upperclassmen each are paired with one ...

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Outreach Engineering aims to increase STEM education

Students in the United States ranked 27th in math and 20th in science, according to the most recent Program for International Student Assessment study in 2012. The study compares American students to counterparts in 33 other developed countries. The PISA ranking, and results of studies ...

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Ohio State Middle East Studies Center reaches out

As the landscape of the Middle East continually evolves, the region is the subject of news coverage and public attention. Founded in 1969, the Middle East Studies Center provides expertise on the Middle East and promotes Middle Eastern education to OSU students, as well as ...

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Capstone of the Community

Each year, Marketing Projects, a capstone course taught by Shashi Matta, an associate professor of marketing at Fisher College of Business, partners with one local for-profit company and one nonprofit organization to provide free marketing advice to the organizations and real-world experience to Ohio State ...

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OSU dances into the heart of the community

The Ohio State Department of Dance is harnessing the power of dance to impact the Columbus community. The OSU Department of Dance was founded in 1968 by Helen Alkire, and since then it has reached out to the people of Columbus, as well as to ...

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Girls Circle to empower women of Columbus

Prioritizing the voices of girls and women: that is the motto of The Girls Circle Project at Ohio State. Founded in 2008, the Girls Circle Project at OSU is a yearlong program that trains college women to run Girls Circle at Columbus-area middle schools. The ...

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