Missed the event? You can watch the recorded webinars of the following programs anytime.
Dean's Roadshow: Building the Future
July 22, 2021
Buckeyes aren’t just champions on the field; we’re tackling innovative solutions to some of the world’s toughest problems. Hear from Dean Howard and others on how the college plans to make an even greater impact in STEM education, research and entrepreneurship to help build a better future for all. An audience Q&A followed.
Dean's Roadshow: Meet Dean Howard
July 21, 2021
Get to know our new leader! Dean Howard will share her research background in artificial intelligence and robotics, as well as introduce some of her college priorities, with a focus on diversity, innovation and engineering for the greater good. An audience Q&A followed.
Women Who Lead
June 23, 2021
A video that premiered on International Women in Engineering Day (June 23, 2021) featuring a conversation between The Ohio State University President Kristina M. Johnson and College of Engineering Dean Ayanna Howard.
Buckeyes Tackling Safety
December 10, 2020
On or off the field, when Buckeyes team up, amazing things can happen. “Buckeyes Tackling Safety" was a virtual event featuring Ohio State football alum and entrepreneur Shawn Springs. Discover how his company, Windpact, is partnering with College of Engineering faculty to make the world safer—solving unique impact challenges that span football to the armed forces.
Engineering Cures for Cancer
November 17, 2020
Did you know Buckeye Engineers play an important role in Ohio State’s world-class cancer research initiatives? Join Dean David Williams to learn about the new Center for Cancer Engineering and the collaborative cancer research of our faculty and staff. The future of cancer detection, prevention, and treatment is right now, right at Ohio State.
Reinventing the Bridge Street District
October 27, 2020
Get a Buckeye’s behind-the-scenes look at the new Bridge Street District in the City of Dublin. Join alums Tim Schmalenberger (landscape architecture ’80), principal at MKSK, and Megan O’Callaghan (civil engineering ’98), Dublin’s deputy city manager, for a discussion on the history and future of this exciting project.
Engineering Elections: The Science Behind the Voting Process
October 26, 2020
How many voting machines should each polling place have? Does the line to vote really need to be that long? How safe and costly are vote-by-mail options likely to be? And could any of these things impact the outcome of an election? Join Theodore T. Allen, associate professor of integrated systems engineering at Ohio State and a member of the MIT Election Lab, to learn how engineers can solve voting process challenges.
Effect of COVID-19 on Mobility
July 29, 2020
Faculty and industry experts engage in a conversation about the potential implications of COVID-19 on the design of our communities and various modes of transportation including air travel, personal vehicles, public transit, micro-mobility and ride-hailing services.