Spring 2021 Alumni Magazine features YSP's Tolliver sisters
Raised to always believe they would graduate from college, sisters Sophia, Sylvia and Starling Tolliver responded by exceeding expectations. Together, they hold nine Ohio State degrees, abundant appreciation for the Young Scholars Program and a steadfast commitment to their communities.click to read Spring 2021 Alumni Magazine feature YSP's Tolliver sisters
Race on Campus: You've Embraced Inclusive Teaching. But Is It Working?
Ohio State University's College of Education and Human Ecology took a look at student evaluations of teaching from 120 colleges. There were no questions about inclusive teaching — in other words, whether professors were creating a learning environment that, among other things, reflected students’ backgrounds, cultures, and beliefs in the material and assignments. So the college created a way for students to provide that feedback.
Remembering the Kahiki Incident
The 1975 confrontation at the famed restaurant is largely forgotten by white Columbus. But for longtime Black residents, it’s a civil rights turning point, a political awakening and a tale of unchecked police violence that continues to resonate.
YSP: Columbus City Schools Signing Day
Sixteen Columbus City Schools Seniors will soon be signing on for an opportunity that many dreams of. They’re part of the Young Scholars Program, and they will be able to attend The Ohio State University tuition-free thanks to scholarships.