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Impact Summer 2010

Impact Summer 2010

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summer 2010 ohio state impact 1
 
Ohio State connections: 
Undergraduate degree in aviation engineering 1987Member, The Ohio StateUniversity Alumni Association since 1987Member, Ohio State Freshmen Senate 1982-83
University fying experience: 
Volunteer coach for Ohio State Flight Team since 1988Head coach, Ohio StateFlight Team 1997-2002, 2005-07Alpha Eta Rho, chapter president 1985-86Member, Ohio State Flight Team 1984-87 and team captain 1985-87
Awards: 
Alumni Association’s Josephine Sitterle Failer Award for volunteer service to studentsNationalIntercollegiate Flying Association Coach of the Year 1998
Giving interests: 
Ohio State Flight TeamTBDBITL ScholarshipWOSUAthletic Scholarship Fund
Being a President’s Club donor: 
Offers insight into the university’s goals and where others are making an impactwith their contributions
Giving philosophy:
Supports the Ohio State Flight Team nancially to give the students an avenue to developying, simulator, and aeronautical knowledge that sets them apart from their peers
Impact o Ohio State: 
Credits education, ight training, and ight team experience with a solid foundation anddiscipline to handle a $42 million aircraft for Southwest AirlinesSupport what inspires
at Ohio Stateand join Scott as an annual giving leadership donor in the President’s Club. Go to
,e-mail 
,or call (614) 292-9550 for more information.
You’re invited to take a seat!
Join Scott van Ooyen and take a seat in the President’s Club.
Did you know that by purchasing an Ohio State collegiate license plate, youshow your college spirit and provide a gift of support to university students?For each plate sold, a portion of the $35 fee goes to fund need- and merit-based scholarships, a life-changing resource for many.When you register your Ohio State collegiate plate, please select “yes” toshare your name and address with us. That way, we’ll be able to thank youfor your generosity and provide you with vital tax information.To learn more about this program, contact the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehiclesat (614) 752-7800 or (800) 589-8247 (in Ohio) or goto bmv.ohio.gov.
 
DISPLAY YOUR BUCKEYE PRIDE!
 P R I D E
O H IO S TA T E
BU
OHIO STATE 
 
summer 2010 ohio state impact 1
facts & stats
Volume 1 Issue 3Summer 2010EditorTerri StoneDesign EditorNikia RevealContributing WritersJill Jentes BanickiDebra JasperSandi RutkowskiUniversity CommunicationsContributing PhotographersAmy Parrish PhotographyJill Jentes BanickiRichard BradleyPeter DeWitt, Columbus Metro High SchoolKaren S. Evans, KISO Fotografa Ltd.Brad FeinknopKevin FitzsimonsAlan GehoNick GeorgeTara LancioneBryan MarkJen McDonaldOhio Sea GrantMatt StrakaAmy TovarUniPrintSenior Vice PresidentPeter WeilerAssociate Vice PresidentBrian HastingsSenior Director,Marketing CommunicationsVince McGrailDirector, Marketing ServicesKatie CulbertsonOur mission: Inorming past, present,and uture Ohio State donors about thear-reaching impact o private support.
Ohio State Impact 
is published threetimes a year in October, February, and Juneby The Ohio State University Ofce oUniversity Development. Opinionsexpressed in
Ohio State Impact 
do notnecessarily reect the opinions o editorsor the policies o The Ohio State University.The Ohio State UniversityOfce o University Development1480 West Lane AvenueColumbus, OH 43221giveto.osu.edu/ohiostateimpactContact us at:(614) 292-8646ohiostateimpact@osu.edu
Ohio State Impact 
is printed with soy inkon FSC certifed, 10% post-consumer stock.Please pass your
Ohio State Impact 
alongor others to enjoy.
On the cover...
Research conducted at OhioState’s Stone Laboratory onGibraltar Island helped solveLake Erie’s pollution problemsin the 1970s. Now throughhands-on college courses, eldtrips, and outreach activities,Stone Lab teaches people of allages how important Lake Erie—Ohio’s most valuable naturalresource—is to its citizens.
Points of Pride:
In May, Ohio State and Clean Fuels Ohiohosted
Moving Ahead 2010: Sustainable Transportation Solutions for the 21st Century 
. More than 70 leaders rom Honda,AirBus, Ford, and nonproft and governmentorganizations attended the dialogue.
FIVE BUCKEYES—ONE FRESHMAN AND FOUR ALUMNI—COMPETED IN HOCKEYAT THE 2010 WINTER OLYMPICS IN VANCOUVER. ALL FIVE BROUGHT HOMEMEDALS, REPRESENTING THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, AND FINLAND.
The 2011 edition of
U.S. News & World Report 
ranks 11 of Ohio State’s graduateprograms in the top 10. These are thepart-time MBA program and supply chain/ logistics (business); dispute resolutionand legal writing (law); paleontology; andeducation-related areas of administration/ supervision, counseling/personnel services,curriculum/instruction, elementaryeducation, secondary education, andvocational/technical education.
Smart Money 
magazineranks Ohio State 11th ina comparison of tuitioncosts to graduate earningpower, with an averagereturn of 179 percent on tuition investment.
More than 19,000 Ohio State students volunteeredover 473,000 hours to the community in 2008-09.
ProjectONE will result in unprecedented $1 billion in new construction andrenovation o the Medical Center and Health Sciences acilities. The expansion, tobe completed by 2015, is designed to set Ohio State apart as a national leader ininnovative health care with patient-centric, personalized medicine.IN MAY, THE 15TH ANNUALRICHARD J. AND MARTHA D.DENMAN UNDERGRADUATERESEARCH FORUM SHOWCASEDTHE WORK OF 540 STUDENTS AND498 PROJECTS—THE LARGESTFORUM EVER! THE EVENT WASCREATED IN 1996 AS A COOPERATIVEEFFORT OF OHIO STATE’SHONORS & SCHOLARS CENTER,UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCHOFFICE, AND OFFICE OF RESEARCH.
Ohio State boasts the largest self-supporting athletics program in thecountry. In 2009–10, the Departmentof Athletics transferred nearly $29million to support university initiatives,including a $9 million commitment tothe Thompson Library renovation.

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