The Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability (EEDS) major at The Ohio State University prepares students to solve society's current and future sustainability challenges in part through a senior capstone class that involves in-depth, real-world projects related to sustainability. These projects require active collaboration with university, public, and private sector partners, and challenge students to apply all that they have learned. The EEDS capstone has partnered with the City of Columbus Mayor's Green Team to implement the City's sustainability strategic plan, with The Ohio State University Office of Energy and Environment to implement the university's sustainability goals, with the City of Worthington to advance its sustainability initiatives, and with the recently launched Smart Columbus project--that involves more than $415 million of public and private support--to transform transportation systems and infrastructure to make Columbus a leading Smart City. Moving forward, a combination of sustainability, business, environmental economics and policy, natural resource management, environmental science, architecture and design, and engineering classes will continue to build this "living laboratory" model to provide students with integrative capstone experiences to culminate their undergraduate work and prepare them for the next steps of their careers. The EEDS program is a joint major between the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics (AEDE https://aede.osu.edu/) and the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR https://senr.osu.edu/) in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. The EEDS Capstone projects were presented at the Environmental Professionals Network Breakfast on April 18, 2017. The breakfast program, “Columbus, One Smart and Sustainable City – Using Innovative Technology to Improve People’s Access to Opportunity” can be viewed here (http://go.osu.edu/april2017EPN) Spring 2017 EEDS Capstone Instructors: Dr. Greg Hitzhusen and Dr. Abdoul Sam
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Describes the strategic plan for the College, OSU Extension and OARDC
The Ohio State University research enterprise was in the spotlight earlier this month as university administrators and faculty reported to trustees on the latest interdisciplinary research successes and plans for the future under the strategic plan, which positions Ohio State as a national flagship public research university of the 21st century. At the full board meeting on Feb. 2, College of Medicine Dean K. Craig Kent presented this video featuring the 19 investigators who received their first National Institutes of Health R01 research project grants in 2017. “The take-home messages is that Ohio State is this incredibly fertile environment for people who are very talented to come and be successful in their research endeavors,” Kent said.
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Located in Columbus, Ohio, The Ohio State University Medical Center is one of the largest and most diverse academic medical centers in the country and the only academic medical center in central Ohio. Driven by our mission to improve people's lives through innovation in research, The Ohio State University Medical Center saves lives and improves the quality of life by rapidly translating the latest discoveries from the research lab to the bedside. We educate a large percentage of the region's physicians and provide advanced training and continuing education for clinicians. Our Strategic Plan Overview describes our mission, vision, values and strategic goals in greater detail.
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The Department of Microbiology at The Ohio State University recently received a makeover thanks to a grant program led by the Integrated Physical Planning Liaison Grant (IPPLG). As part of the plan, IPPLG is providing matching funds up to $50,000 to enhance common learning spaces for more effective use. The university’s Framework 2.0 plan identified the need for more informal student learning spaces – both inside and out. The program also supports the university’s strategic plan. To learn more about the program, visit: https://oaa.osu.edu/call-applications-2017-18-framework-informal-learning-space-and-civic-space-grants
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Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University is proud to be named after Max M. Fisher (1908-2005). Max was a model for those who are committed to making a positive difference in the world around them. Max's philosophy: "it's not walls that builds us but what goes on inside." At Fisher College of Business, we live Max's vision every day. http://fisher.osu.edu
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In part 1 of the Nursing Strategic Plan retreat Marilyn Schaffner and Julie Heckman welcome you and lay out the retreat goals.
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Faculty are notoriously loath to participate in departmental strategic planning and your results can be elusive, at best. When strategic planning is done wrong, objections carry some weight. When it's done right, they disappear -- because good strategic planning is empowering, responsive and results-focused. In this Magna Online Seminar on CD, Anne Massaro, Ph.D., of Ohio State University, shows you that when strategic planning is done right, the objections disappear -- because good strategic planning is empowering, responsive and results-focused. http://magnapubs.com/catalog/engaging-faculty-in-departmental-strategic-planning/
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OXFORD -- The Supreme Court has sent a Texas case on race-based college admissions back to a lower court for another look.The court's 7-1 decision Monday leaves unsettled many of the basic questions about the continued use of race as a factor in college admissions.Justice Anthony Kennedy, writing for the court, says a federal appeals court needs to subject the University of Texas admission plan to the highest level of judicial scrutiny.To me it's really important, said Miami University Freshman Carol Zhang who believes in the importance of Affirmative Action. I think that stuff help me a lot when I was admitted to the university, My score doesn't define what is me.While schools like Sinclair and Wright State are very open to who they allow, Miami Ohio State Universities both tell us there are a lot more factors they look at when accepting applicants, and diversity just happens to be one of them.We are very pleased that the Supreme Court has reaffirmed that achieving the educational benefits of student body diversity is a compelling interest for The Ohio State University and institutions of higher education across the country. Diversity is a strategic pillar for our university. It is a tangible asset that fosters intellectual and social growth and serves as our foundation for building a global learning environment for our students., said Joseph Alutto, executive vice president and provost at The Ohio State University. Following todays outcome, Ohio State will continue the careful review of its efforts to identify and build a range of strategies that fulfill its responsibility as a land-grant university to provide broad opportunities for access and student success. The University of Dayton takes into account each applicant's entire profile so we may create a better representation of the world in which we live and a holistic experience at UD, said University of Dayton officials.If we don't create an educational environment that allows our students to be successful we are really doing a disservice to our student, said Miami University Associate VP of enrollment management Dr. Michael Kabbaz.That's because studies have shown diversity in the classroom enhances the educational environment, but it's not just racial diversity.You have to make a priority for to be diversified and if it's absolutely necessary you can choose diversity but they have to have something else to bring to the table if their academics aren't as good to have to bring something else to the table whether it be a different perspective or different ideas in general, said Miami University Junior Rhea Johnson.Miami University has made a conscious effort to increase diversity going from 6% to 13 % minorities in the last 10 years. Dr. Kabbaz says if the Supreme court ever takes race out of the application process, it will be hard to see that kind of minority growth on campus.We provide a holistic admission process basically the question for us is how does he or she contribute to a diverse educational environment and that's how we make our decisions, said Kabbaz. Diversity of thought, urban, rural. Very few students are the same. Students coming from rural Southeast Ohio is different from a student from suburban Columbus versus the applicant from Chicago or China.Some of the universities probably pay more attention to what do you do an after-school time and what sports do you play what diversity can you bring to the campus, said Zhang.In this last week of their term, the supreme court will also be ruling on same sex marriage and voting rights, and we'll of course have it all covered for you. Connect with ABC 22/FOX 45 Reporter Wale Aliyu on Facebook and Twitter.
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The inaugural address on the "State of Health and Wellness in Buckeye Nation" features Bernadette M. Melnyk, chief wellness officer, associate VP for health promotion, and dean of the college of nursing, Kathleen McCutcheon, VP and chief human resources officer and Larry Lewellen, VP, care coordination and health promotion at the Wexner Medical Center, spoke about university-wide wellness programs and initiatives. Learn about Ohio State's new health and wellness strategic plan and this year's exciting initiatives to enhance health and wellness at Ohio State, including: Wellness Wednesdays, Wellness Mentors program, "Make Just 1 Change" health challenge and Ohio State Wellness Challenge. Bonus: join the audience exercising during the recovery break! Read more: http://nursing.osu.edu/bw.
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As UNC Greensboro develops a new strategic plan, Chancellor Frank Gilliam says he wants the university to focus on a few very important things to make itself better: support for students, attract and retain best faculty, and change the physical nature of campus.
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Columbia Association's mission is working every day in hundreds of ways to make Columbia an even better place to live, work and play. For more information about Columbia Association's Strategic Plan please visit, ColumbiaAssociation.org.
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The Ohio State University's online Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences degree program introduces you to the healthcare field by providing you with an in-depth science background in order to prepare you for a health-related career or a graduate professional health program. Learn more at online.osu.edu/bshs.
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Dr. Barney describes how he teaches Strategic Management for Executive Education at the Fisher College of Business at the Ohio State University. Giving examples of Walmart, Southwest Airlines and their success in very tough industries. Learn More at http://fisher.osu.edu/execed
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EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) - Bryant University President Ronald Machtley joined Dan Yorke just a week after he announced his contract extension through 2022. President Machtley discussed the administration's plan to continue to make Bryant competitive in a digital age. The former Congressman also shared his view on Trump-era politics after openly supporting Ohio Governor John Kasich in the presidential primary.
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An informational video about a Business Plan Class offered to OSU students through the Applied Economics Department (formerly Ag & Resource Economics or AREc). The course is currently taught by Kent Fleming, Oregon State University Adjunct Professor and former Extension Economist with University of Hawaii.
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A Roadmap to Success: How Strategic Planning Provided Direction, Focus, and Additional Resources For Chaplaincy Department Expansion Presenter(s): Hanci Newberry, Director; and Imani Jones, Manager, Department of Chaplaincy and CPE, Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center; Steve Kalister, Administrator, Stefanie Spielman Comprehensive Breast Center, The James Cancer Hospital Presented on: Wednesday, April 19, 2017, 2-3 pm EDT
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AHF unveils three to five year strategic plan overview. The Association for Healthcare Foodservice (AHF) is the only professional society dedicated to professionals and suppliers in the self-operated healthcare foodservice industry -- those facilities who choose to keep their foodservice departments on staff, instead of outsourcing them to third-party contractors.
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Keith Smith talks about Farm Science Review's 50th anniversary, Extension at FSR, Morrill Act 150th anniversary and the strategic plan.
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Energy Services and Sustainability Director Aparna Dial grew up in India, but she came to the United States when she was young to attend school. “Coming here I was just awestruck by the richness and the tapestry of cultures,” she said. In this month’s installment of The Faces of A&P, watch to learn why Aparna believes diversity and inclusion should be a part of our everyday work.
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President Eric W. Kaler's fourth State of the U focuses on why: why the Strategic Plan, why his commitment to a welcoming Campus Climate, why human subjects research must be beyond reproach, and why Operational Excellence is key to student affordability.
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Earn your master's degree in strategic communication in two years through evening courses. Here, alumni and current students share their experience with the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication's Professional M.A. in Strategic Communication. Learn more about the program: http://sjmc.umn.edu/turningpoint/
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The university is holding town hall meetings through March and April in one of the first steps toward developing a plan for Rutgers' future. Watch President Robert L. Barchi talk about a recent workshop and the opportunity for the public to weigh in at future town hall meetings this spring. For more information about the town hall meetings, please visit: http://universitystrategy.rutgers.edu/ Check out the Rutgers Today news website - http://www.rutgerstoday.rutgers.edu Connect with us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/RutgersU Follow us on Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/RutgersU
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Strategic Planning - Community Development 1 minute Promo Pod-Casting Channel: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/a-patrick-dengel/2012/01/11/strategic-planning--becky-nesbitt--community-development Strategic Planning is extremely important to Communities and Organizations. Join Jason Winters, Director of the Center for Small Business Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Rio Grande and Patrick Dengel, Business Development Specialist with The Ohio State University South Centers in Piketon at our new day - Wednesday January 11th from 4:00 to 4:30 in the afternoon. We will be featuring Becky Nesbitt, The Ohio State University Extension Specialist -- Community Development. Becky has over 20 years experience in Education, Economic Development and Community Improvement Programs. Becky will discuss: Strategic Planning - • How It Can Improve a Community or Organization • The Power of Vision. • How to Build Accountability into the Plan. • How to Make the Plan Successful. Again, join us on Wednesday January 11, 2012 from 4:00 to 4:30 on Blog-Talk Radio. Becky is a firm believer in collaboration and working together in making the communities in Gallia County and in Ohio positive and strong. All Guests: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/a-patrick-dengel See all Past Pod-Casts on: http://sbdc.osu.edu/pdonline/
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Katie is an Irish dancer who went in for a dance wellness screen at Ohio State Sports Medicine after her sister broke her foot. With the dance wellness screen, Katie was able to learn her weaknesses and work one-on-one with our physical therapist to build strength and prevent injury. Visit The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center: https://wexnermedical.osu.edu/ Subscribe to The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/osumedicalcenter Like The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OSUWexnerMedicalCenter/ Follow The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/osuwexmed Follow The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/osuwexmed Connect with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-ohio-state-university-wexner-medical-center
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In a conversation with Denison parents and alumni, University President Adam Weinberg discusses the college's strategic plan. He articulates the ways Denison is building upon its strengths, including expanding the curriculum; supercharging the career-launch process; deepening our commitments to innovation, diversity and student wellness; broadening the role of faculty and staff as teachers, scholars and mentors; and enhancing the college's visibility on the global landscape of higher education.
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In order to preserve Michigan State University's impressive natural areas for future generations of Spartans, MSU’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and MSU Infrastructure Planning and Facilities have partnered to launch a Sustainable Wood Recovery Program on MSU’s campus. In order to preserve MSU’s impressive natural areas for future generations of Spartans, MSU’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and MSU Infrastructure Planning and Facilities have partnered to launch a Sustainable Wood Recovery Program on MSU’s campus. Learn more at: http://msushadows.com/
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Getting into the Rugby Strategy, thank the savior we finally have a plan and published strategy that we can follow and help push so that the game played in heaven can be spread in the US. Wake the Giant. The Big Two: Increase Participation and Grow Awareness The Top 5 Priorities or Lines of Effort- 1. Financial Accountability-this is important because of cost overruns by Men's and Women's High performance programs. Funding grassroots youth programs, coaching clinics, referee clinics. Without a business plan and going forward we end up where we were, the CEO running around with a blank check and pushing the Union into debt. Business plan will be finished mid-17 that works in concert with Strategy 2020. 2. Growth and Development- In order to get better on the world stage we need to grow the game. Emphasis will be placed on the youth level because we have a really weird pyramid where our largest group of players is Collegiate and Senior Mens, taken as a sample we have a very small youth pool. Working with state athletic bodies to get Rugby as a sanctioned sport is very important. We want people growing the game. Regional Development is huge and we're looking at six metropolitan areas -Southern California -SF Bay Area -Denver, Colorado -Central Texas -DC (Mid-Atlantic) -Boston (New England) With an honorable mention to Chicago because we've been selling out our test matches there to New Zealand. 3. Leadership-We need to take advantage of the world class business leaders that are a part of the organization giving them a more active role and voice. Support our world class CEO, this was identified because the last guy did not really do as hot as we all thought, he brought a name to the brand but didn't do what we thought he would do. Getting more world class leaders involved if those currently at the top aren't committed to the task. 4. Recruiting, Retention, and Transition-A lot of guys end up playing the game in college and then never chase an egg again as a player or as an ambassador as a youth coach. We have a really bad retention problem, part of that is the lack value the organization has brought to the community. The USARFU is looking to bring a better value to it's members so that they are engaged for life. 5. High-Performance-Funding, the women's programs haven't received the funds they should have when you consider how much more competitive they are and how much closer they are to achieving a World Cup and a gold medal. To be honest we can talk all we want about the Olympic, the men were not expected to medal but the women were. The Women's XVs program owns the first world cup. We need to establish an American Coaching and playing Identity. This is a violent, collision, and concussive sport that is but elegant. Americans will embrace that. The frame work needs to be built that facilitates us achieving dominance on the World stage, competing and winning World Cups and Gold Medals. Part of that will be the establishment of a professional structure that feeds into our Elite Training Squads within the High Performance Program. As an aside, last year we saw the impacts of professionalism, although fleeting it was, it encouraged people that have supported some of the older clubs to form grassroots professionalism which I will discuss at a later date but can been in a linked video. Link: https://www.rugbystrategy.us/ Twitter: @TheStroBro Instagram: @TheStroDog Snapchat: @TheStroBro Blog: http://thestrobro.blogspot.com/
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By Ms. Chris Flegg, Bodleian Business Librarian, Said Business School, University of Oxford at Global Conference on Emerging Trends in Business Librarianship http://www.iimahd.ernet.in/library/conference About the Conference: The objective of this proposed conference is to understand how business libraries are shaping themselves and preparing for the future. It will provide an opportunity for the business library professionals across the world to share their experiences, ideas, research and knowledge for mutual benefit. The conference is an attempt to provide a platform to address issues relating to the emerging trends that are reshaping business libraries. link to the conference site: http://www.iimahd.ernet.in/library/co... Twitter : https://twitter.com/etbl2015 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/etbl2015/
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WHO NEEDS MIT? HOW WAYNE STATE CAN REBUILD DETROIT Universities hold the key to urban revitalization, regardless of prestige. Other factors matter more - factors that are present and can be encouraged to grow at Wayne State University. ERIC FINGERHUT Vice President for Education and STEM Learning, Battelle Eric D. Fingerhut, a nationally recognized leader in education and economic development policy, is the Vice President for Education and STEM Learning at the Battelle Memorial Institute, the largest non-profit research and development organization in the world. Fingerhut previously served as the Chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents, as an Ohio State Senator and as a member of the United States House of Representatives. At Battelle, Chancellor Fingerhut leads the organization's efforts to inspire and train the next generation of America's science and technology leaders. Under Chancellor Fingerhut's leadership, Battelle is helping lead the campaign for globally competitive science standards for primary and secondary schools, to increase the number of college students earning STEM degrees, and to support and connect schools and educators who are demonstrating excellence in STEM education. As Chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents, the state agency responsible for leading the University System of Ohio, Fingerhut led a system consisting of fourteen universities, twenty-three community colleges and dozens of career technical education and adult literacy programs serving over 600,000 students per year. Chancellor Fingerhut was also responsible for the state's broadband, supercomputing and on-line education and library systems, and chaired the Ohio Third Frontier Commission, one of the nation's best funded state efforts to promote innovation and entrepreneurship through research and development partnerships between business and industry. Chancellor Fingerhut's 10-year Strategic Plan for Higher Education provided the state with a measurable blueprint to make higher education more efficient while expanding educational opportunities to students, and to reframe the relationship between business and higher education to create new jobs and a highly skilled, globally competitive workforce. Chancellor Fingerhut earned a Bachelor of Science degree with highest honors from Northwestern University in 1981 and received a law degree from the Stanford University School of Law in 1984. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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