By 1812Blockhouse, OSUM
Selections from The Ohio State University at Mansfield’s permanent art collection will be on view at the Pearl Conard Art Gallery on the OSUM campus through Wednesday, March 8.
The collection arrived in the early 1990s as a donation from Marion and Wynn Goodman of Mansfield. It includes beautiful works the Goodmans acquired during their frequent trips to Mexico by notable artists such as David Alfaro Siquieros, Pedro Friedeberg, Tina Villanueva, Jose Luis Cuevas, and Trinidad Osorio.
The Gallery is open during the following hours:More…
Living in a community in the network of campuses of The Ohio State University, many Richland Countians are rabid supporters of Buckeye sports.
One tradition commonly associated with Buckeye football is ‘Block O,” a student organization at OSU that serves as the official cheering section. Founded in 1938, Block O has grown to become the largest student organization on the campus of the Ohio State University.
Block O is perhaps best known for occupying a section of seating at Ohio Stadium during home football games, leading cheers, and making designs using cards. A bit over 2,000 tickets are allotted to students to sit in this area; Block O itself has over 2,500 student members.More…
Special to 1812Blockhouse from The Ohio State University at Mansfield
As new Buckeyes are starting to receive their acceptance letters, The Ohio State University is reminding the incoming class of 2027 to take advantage of the university’s commitment to access and affordability.
One of the signature affordability programs at Ohio State is the Buckeye Opportunity Program. Launched in 2019, the program ensures that all eligible Ohio resident students on all campuses who qualify for a federal Pell Grant receive enough student financial aid beginning their first semester to cover the full cost of undergraduate tuition and mandatory fees.
Now, the university is reminding current and incoming students to take advantage of this and other financial aid programs. One of the first steps is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on time.More…
The numbers, as they say, speak for themselves.
The Ohio State University’s Mansfield campus has a substantial impact on north central Ohio. This conclusion is clear based on the contents of the 2022 Impact Report recently published by OSUM.
Its publication was accompanied by a note from Interim OSUM Interim Dean and Director which reads as follows:
Dear Friends: FIRST AND FOREMOST, thank you for your ongoing support, advocacy, and work on behalf of The Ohio State University at Mansfield. I’m truly grateful for you, and for the many conversations both past and future.More…
The Ohio State University has announced a new scholarship for applicants that express a preference for receiving an undergraduate education right here.
Students who apply to The Ohio State University at Mansfield by December 15 will qualify for a $1,000 scholarship when they select the Mansfield campus as their “first choice” on the application, Interim Dean and Director, Dr. Eric Anderman, said.
“This scholarship is very exciting for students – this will make Ohio State Mansfield’s already-affordable tuition an even greater value for students all across the state.”
The application can be found at Mansfield.osu.edu/apply.More…
In its November meeting, the Board of Trustees for The Ohio State University acted to extend the term of a temporary appointment at the Mansfield campus.
The appointment of Eric Anderman, interim dean and director of The Ohio State University at Mansfield, was changed to run from July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2024, or until a new dean is appointed.
In August, Anderman was appointed to replace Norman Jones, who recently became Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education for all of The Ohio State University. His initial appointment lasted until May 2023.More…
It might be a bit soon to enroll the kids at The Ohio State University at Mansfield, but there’s a really good reason to make a trip there tomorrow with children in tow.
OSUM is hosting “Trunk or Treat” on Tuesday from 5:30 PM until 7:00 PM in Parking Lot 4, which is near Riedl Hall. OSUM/NCTC is located at 1760 University Drive.
This is a free event and open to the entire community, so invite friends and family.
A map of campus showing the location of the event is below.More…
Special to 1812Blockhouse from OSU Mansfield
On Friday, September 16, Ohio State Mansfield students showed their true colors: scarlet, gray, and service! Students, faculty, staff, alongside The Ohio State Alumni Association and OSU Alumni Club of Richland County team up with Nanogate to paint over 1,100 square feet at Catholic Charities in Mansfield. This effort was a part of the United Way of Richland County’s Summer of Caring – a community-wide service initiative dedicated to providing local organizations with opportunities to serve local nonprofits through much needed renovation and beautification projects.
Student volunteers, led by by Dr. Michelle Kowalski, PhD, sociology Senior Lecturer and faculty advisor of the campus United Way chapter, were either members of the Student United Way or currently enrolled in Kowalski’s Sociology of Poverty course.More…
Four days of events later this month mark the 2022 celebration of Homecoming at The Ohio State University at Mansfield.
The annual event brings together students, faculty, staff, and alumni to unite in scarlet and gray to commemorate a university, a family, and a home at The Ohio State University.
This year’s Homecoming is taking place between Monday, September 26 and 29. Each day is marked by a specific program for students and staff, including:
Monday, September 26 – Royalty Crowning (online) – 2:30 PM – This special virtual presentation celebrates OSU regional courts and the crowning of each regional campus’ Homecoming Royalty. The virtual link for this ceremony will be announced soon so that family, friends, students, faculty and staff can attend this special event. NOTE – It has now been published, see below.More…
By 1812Blockhouse; Special to 1812Blockhouse
Richland County’s two institutions of higher education are among those to benefit from a generous gift from Intel. The announcement came prior to this morning’s groundbreaking at the Intel site in Licking County.
In advance of today’s groundbreaking, Intel announced grants totaling $17.7 million that will fund eight projects at more than 80 Ohio colleges and universities. Included in this announcement was nearly $1.5 million for The Ohio State University and partnering institutions across the state working toward the common goal of a more diverse semiconductor industry.More…