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
Weiler Scholarship prepares Black men to be teachers
Missy Weiler believed that education is the pathway out of poverty. She and her husband, Bob Weiler, have spent their lives supporting causes dear to them, especially those that help children succeed in their educational journeys.
The Women’s Place is accepting applications for Critical Difference for Women Professional Development and Women of Color
Critical Difference for Women (CDW) is a scholarship/grant-offering program administered by The Women's Place for employees and students seeking advanced education and enhanced professional lives at Ohio State.
Ose Arheghan awarded a 2021 Harry S. Truman Scholarship
Arheghan, a third-year political science and Chinese major, is one of 62 students selected for this prestigious honor from 845 candidates who were nominated by 328 colleges and universities – a record number of applicants.
Young Scholar Cariah Cox places first in Social Justice and Activism at Virtual Denman Undergraduate Forum
Throughout the week, over 180 senior undergraduate students presented their research to hundreds of attendees in our first ever virtual Denman Forum. Congratulations to all the students on your research achievement and thank you to everyone who participated in making this a successful event.