Former dean of the College of Dentistry
She holds the line when it comes to what she believes is right for people and what she believes is right for the university.”
Tayo Switzer speaks about Carole Anderson's strong morals and values, and how she brings a strong understanding of diversity into her work.
Ohio State University and Marching Band alumnus
I want to help the kids believe in their dreams like she helped me believe in mine.”
Meg Gulick describes how Erin Flucke's mentorship and friendship inspired her to mentor and help others.
Director of the Criminal Justice Research Center (CJRC) and professor of sociology
She was ... outraged that I was letting myself be pushed around ... .”
Hazel Morrow-Jones remembers how Ruth Peterson convinced her to be forceful in requesting a sabbatical, which became a pivotal move in Hazel's career.
Professor, Department of English
I can say she is the best thing that ever happened to me as a student coming from the U.S. Virgin Islands looking for answers about my identity.”
Viola Newton illustrates Amy Shuman's crucial influence on her development as a scholar, as well as Amy's personal interest in Viola's background, and her passion to help Viola complete her doctorate degree.