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This is no joke, in just 243 days we will become the John Glenn College of Public Affairs. You are invited to a special ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate this milestone. Following the ribbon cutting, join us in Page Hall for an open house to learn what is on the horizon for the Glenn College, a light lunch, building tours and entertainment.  Register for the special event!  https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eaogxdgkd9bd990c&oseq=&c=&ch=   #GlennSchool #GlennCollege #OhioState
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More than 45 academics, students, educators and citizens came to Page Hall this evening to hear Glenn School Professor Stéphane Lavertu discuss his research on the impact of Ohio’s STEM high schools on student achievement at the monthly Dialogue policy forum. To download a copy of Dr. Lavertu’s report, go to http://glennschool.osu.edu/research
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2015-03-24
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Glenn School professor Dr. Stéphane Lavertu and Dr. Jennifer Gnagey, Weber State University, have a new Ohio Education Research Center report that presents the results of their study estimating the impact of six inclusive Ohio STEM high schools on the academic achievement of the students who attended them. Professor Lavertu will discuss his findings at an upcoming Dialogue policy forum at the Glenn School on March 24. http://glennschool.osu.edu/dialogue/

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Glenn School Associate Professor Stephanie Moulton is one of this year's winners of the Ohio State University's Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching. The Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching honors ten faculty members for superior teaching. Recipients are nominated by present and former students and colleagues and are chosen by a committee of alumni, students and faculty. As a part of winning the award Moulton will be inducted into the university's Academy of Teaching, which provides leadership for the improvement of teaching at Ohio State.

Moulton has had a tremendous impact on the Glenn School's graduate professional, undergraduate and doctoral programs.  She led the design of the school's undergraduate nonprofit minor; she also designed and offered the core classes.  She restructured the management curriculum in the Glenn School's graduate professional program.  She currently serves as the Glenn School's Director of Doctoral Studies.  She's touched every degree program we offer.

#teacher #glennschool #glenncollege #buckeyenation #osu
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New Name, New Horizons
JOHN GLENN COLLEGE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS

You are invited to a special ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the creation of the John Glenn College of Public Affairs. Join Senator and Mrs. John Glenn, Senator Sherrod Brown and Director Trevor Brown, as we celebrate this milestone. Following the ribbon cutting, join us in Page Hall for an open house to learn what is on the horizon for the Glenn College, a light lunch, building tours and entertainment.

April 24, 2015
12:30 p.m.
Page Hall
1810 College Road
Columbus, OH 43210

https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eaogxdgkd9bd990c&oseq=&c=&ch=

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Are STEM high schools really working?

Policymakers generally agree that promoting science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education will improve students’ educational achievement and attainment in STEM subjects, leading to better paying jobs and overall economic growth. Ohio government and private, non-profit organizations have sought to improve STEM education, in part by establishing non-selective STEM high schools. But are these STEM high schools having a positive impact on student achievement in math and science? This session will provide an answer to that question. 

Join Dr. Stéphane Lavertu, Assistant Professor at the John Glenn School of Public Affairs, for an informative dialogue about STEM education.

The Impact of Ohio’s STEM High Schools on Student Achievement, Dr. Stéphane Lavertu, March 24,  5:30 – 7:00pm, Page Hall

http://glennschool.osu.edu/dialogue/

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The Glenn School has two exciting new graduate minors — Public Policy and Management and Nonprofit Studies.  If you have an interest in researching, analyzing and making decisions on policies that affect you and your community, take a look at the Public Policy and Management minor. The Nonprofit Studies Minor introduces you to the unique benefits and challenges of the nonprofit world and will help you navigate the increasing overlap between the public, private and nonprofit organizations. Check them both out today.
http://glennschool.osu.edu/prospective/ppm-minor/
http://glennschool.osu.edu/prospective/nonprofit-minor/

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More than 120 people braved the cold to hear Kathryn Sullivan, former astronaut and Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere and NOAA Administrator, give the keynote address at the John H. Glenn Lecture on Space Policy and Exploration at The Ohio State University’s Longaberger Alumni House Friday evening.

Earlier in the day, Sullivan, who was the founding director of the Battelle Center at the John Glenn School of Public Affairs, came to Page Hall to meet with Glenn School students.

The lecture was hosted by the Battelle Center for Science and Technology Policy at the John Glenn School of Public Affairs and the Public Affairs Student Association.
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2015-02-21
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Today is Annie Glenn’s 95th birthday!
The Glenn School’s faculty, students and staff as well as friends of the school celebrated the milestone with a party at Page Hall. Ohio Speaker of the House Clifford Rosenberger gave Annie a gavel pin, the Glenn School presented her with a necklace and everyone gave her their love.  
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2015-02-17
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LGBTQ alumni, students and friends of The Ohio State University and allies are invited to stand up and be counted to celebrate the breadth of our LGBTQ family, connect with fellow Buckeyes and inspire future LGBTQ alumni. By identifying yourself as a member of this community, you will stay current on advocacy initiatives; connect at LGBTQ&A specific alumni events; learn about ways to support LGBTQ scholarships and programs and ways to connect and mentor LGBTQ students. Please go to http://go.osu.edu/lgbt and sign up today.
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