Event Types

Consumer trust among America's institutions has eroded, but forging trusted relationships is vital for a competitive business of any size.

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The Columbus Trust Study provides insights about what it takes for organizations to create trusted relationships with employees, customers and the community.

Orie Kristel and Lara Kretler
 Nov 20, 2017
Dr. Rustin Moore, OSU Vet School
 Nov 27, 2017
 Dec 03, 2017
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

The exotic species I will discuss will primarily be fishes, which have entered the Great Lakes since about 1900 from elsewhere (typically Asia) and have flourished in our lakes.   With their success have come ecosystem changes, both positive and negative.  In my talk, I will touch on how these species managed to gain access to the lakes, how we are coping with these changes, and just how we manage to exercise control over one of our most damaging exotic species.

Roy A. Stein, Professor Emeritus, Aquatic Ecology Lab, Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43212-1156

Roy Stein is professor emeritus of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology at The Ohio State University where he was Director of the Aquatic Ecology Lab from 1978 - 2008.  With a mix of basic and applied science, his work contributes both to the understanding of the structure of aquatic communities and the development of solid principles upon which fisheries science can be based.  Just recently, he served the Great Lakes Fishery Commission, where policy drives productive change and where rigorous science informs sea lamprey control and fishery management.

Dr. Roy Stein, Professor Emeritus, OSU Department
 Dec 04, 2017
 Dec 10, 2017 1:00 PM
Megan Koester
 Dec 18, 2017
 Dec 22, 2017 9:00 AM
 Dec 25, 2017
 Jan 01, 2018
 Jan 08, 2018 1:15 PM
 Jan 15, 2018
Amy O'Grady, Senior Policy Analyst, Columbus
 Jan 22, 2018
Linda Logan, Greater Columbus Sports Commission
 Jan 29, 2018
 Feb 05, 2018 1:15 PM


What is Framework 2.0?

Framework 2.0 is a planning vision and a collaborative update of the 2010 Framework 1.0 plan. This plan is a guide for stewardship of our physical campus, focusing more on the campus’ needs and capacity than on specific proposals. A living, flexible plan designed to allow for modification based on strategy over the next decade and beyond, Framework 2.0 supports the academic mission while maintaining and improving green areas.

Jay Kasey
 Feb 12, 2018
 Feb 19, 2018
 Mar 05, 2018 1:15 PM
Lisa Courtice, CEO
 Apr 09, 2018
Lisa Courtice, CEO
 Apr 09, 2018
Vocational Lunches
 Apr 16, 2018

previously Executive Vice President of Honda of America Mfg., Inc. 

Shige Yoshida, retired Exec VP of Honda N America
 Apr 23, 2018
Tom Shoupe, EVP & COO
 Apr 30, 2018
Service Above Self Fair
 May 14, 2018