WHEN OSU LIBRARIAN CLIFF MEAD LEADS YOU into the collected life history of one of America’s greatest minds, you step into the vortex of the last century.
OSU engineer Katharine Hunter-Zaworski designs mass-transit equipment that makes travel not only more accessible but also more dignified.
Most students come to college as works in progress, their interests only partially identified, their potential still to be realized. And as they explore and develop that potential, many students find something equally important: a mentor.
Her work will continue to inspire research in the new Hallie Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families at OSU.
Youth development focuses on the positive, but the most vulnerable still face long odds.
For Melissa Cheyney, data collection begins with a home visit.