Smart is just the start” — it’s something we say frequently at Smart Columbus.
Ohio Dominican University has developed the state’s first undergraduate dual-licensure programs for high school mathematics and art teacher candidates to also earn their intervention specialist license within four years.
During the information session, attendees will have an opportunity to learn more about ODU’s Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program.
Ohio Dominican University has received an $80,000 gift from Robert “Bob” Weiler to expand a scholarship fund that provides financial support for Columbus City Schools students who aspire to attain an ODU education through the University’s Panther Promise Program.
Jim Strode, Ph.D., ODU associate professor of Sport Management, and dean of Graduate Studies, will deliver the Commencement address.
Taylor Petree is still a couple years away from earning her Art Education degree from Ohio Dominican, but she has already achieved something that very few college students can claim: she’s a published illustrator.