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Company Overview of The Ohio State University
The Ohio State University is an educational institution that offers undergraduate, graduate, and research programs in the fields of business, social sciences, law, medicine, and public affairs. The schools of the university include College of Agricultural, Food, and Environmental Sciences, Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture, School of Medicine and Public Health, School of Biological Sciences, School of Journalism and Communication, School of Dentistry, College of Engineering, Fisher School of Business, School of Humanities and Sciences, School of Law, College of Pharmacy, and College of Veterinary Medicine. The Ohio State University was formerly known as Ohio Agricultural And Mechanic...
281 West Lane Avenue
Student Academic Services Building
Columbus, OH 43210
Founded in 1870
Key Executives for The Ohio State University
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
Chief Operating Officer of Health System
Provost and Executive Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
The Ohio State University Key Developments
Two Former Employees Sue The Ohio State University on Allegations of Age Discrimination
Oct 3 15
The AARP Foundation Litigation is helping two former Ohio State University employees sue the university on allegations of age discrimination. Julianne Taaffe, 60, and Kathryn Moon, 64, filed the civil lawsuit on October 3, 2015 in U.S. District Court in Columbus. Both worked in various positions in the university's English as a Second Language program beginning in 1983. The lawsuit says that Robert Eckhart, who became director of the program in 2013, 'openly spoke of older workers in an offensive and hostile manner,' referring to older members of the staff as 'dead wood' and 'millstones around his neck.' The school's internal investigation concluded that Eckhart had executed 'poor judgment' in some of his statements but had not discriminated against the complaining employees. A few days after the report was issued, Taaffe and Moon's jobs were eliminated, and they were reclassified as lecturers working eight or nine months instead of an entire year. Both Taaffe and Moon retired in November 2014 'as a result of age-based discriminatory and retaliatory actions by the defendants' and intolerable working conditions. Two months later, OSU posted seven full-time staff positions in the ESL program. After the plaintiffs applied for the positions, the postings were removed and the jobs went unfilled.
Ohio State University Creates Office of Economic and Corporate Engagement; Promotes Matt McNair as New Vice President, Effective October 15, 2015
Sep 28 15
Ohio State University has created an Office of Economic and Corporate Engagement. The office's job is to coordinate and simplify efforts to get research and inventions out to the marketplace, whether through an industry sponsor or as its own spinoff. The office encompasses corporate-sponsored research and internships as well as the Technology Commercialization Office, which has been without a leader since the interim chief left in spring.
Matt McNair was promoted as new vice president role to oversee Office of Economic and Corporate Engagement. McNair, an attorney hired in 2012 as fund-raising chief for OSU's College of Engineering, also has been overseeing the commercialization office. He takes his new role Oct. 15, 2015. Before Ohio State, McNair was vice president for development at the University of Nebraska Foundation and chief deputy attorney general for Nebraska. He also had served as an attorney with the U.S. Navy and in private practice.
The Ohio State University Appoints Mark Larmore as CFO of Wexner Medical Center, Effective from October 1
Aug 25 15
The Ohio State University announced that it has appointed Mark Larmore, 53, as Wexner Medical Center's CFO. His appointment is subject to the approval of the university's board of trustees and would be effective from Oct. 1. Larmore is to oversee Wexner Medical Center's $2.9 billion budget. He would be responsible for strategic financial planning for the medical center, including the university's hospitals and clinics, its College of Medicine, the Faculty Group Practice and affiliated programs. Larmore was with New York-Presbyterian Hospital for 25 years, most recently as CFO.
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