Building Common Ground
How the Glenn College helps public servants work across the aisle to overcome challenges and barriers
100 Years: Celebrating a Remarkable Life of Service
Matt Fisher merges his interests in human resources, the military and public service in an internship with the U.S. Department of the Air Force.
Collaboration in Public Affairs Education
Students from Big Ten schools explore differing political views during a simulation in which they serve on the Senate Rules and Administration Committee and discuss The Vote at Home Act.
The John Glenn College of Public Affairs leads students, deans and directors from public service schools across the nation in efforts to find solutions for pressing public problems and challenges facing the schools themselves.
The John Glenn College of Public Affairs is working with other Big Ten public policy schools to launch the effort to develop educational programming that promotes civic education and engagement.
Trevor Brown will partner with leaders and members of the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration to advance public service education.
The annual Women of POWER Network Reception introduces current leaders to the next generation of women who are ready to run for public office and take on leadership roles in their communities.
Meet this year’s recipients of the John Glenn College of Public Affairs alumni awards!
Kimberly Murnieks, MPA ’95, received the honor from Ohio State.
Former staffers of Sen. John Glenn have created a scholarship fund to provide housing support for students in the Glenn College Washington Academic Internship Program (WAIP).
Latest Glenn College News
The Ohio State Battelle Center for Science, Engineering and Public Policy has partnered with Cleveland State University and Case Western University to prepare students to integrate scientific and technical insight with policy making.