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College of Education and Human Ecology

The College of Education and Human Ecology focuses its attention and energy on developing breakthrough research and innovative practices to help solve some of society’s most complex problems. The college’s dedicated faculty lead a new wave of thinking, imagining new possibilities for learners, consumers, families, and communities. The college’s rigorous, multi-faceted programs include a visionary, holistic approach that inspires innovation in learning and living. Each year, nearly 1,600 students graduate from the college’s bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs from one of the college’s six academic units: consumer sciences, educational policy and leadership, human development and family science, human nutrition, physical activity and educational services, and teaching and learning.

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Funds

The Ohio State Fund for the College of Education & Human Ecology

Fund Number: 301705

Supports the activities in the College of Education and Human Ecology as designated by the dean


College of Education and Human Ecology Alumni Advancement Fund

Fund Number: 303633

Supports alumni programming and activities.


The College of Education and Human Ecology Alumni Executive Council Endowed Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 601904

Established November 7, 2008 with gifts from alumni of the College of Human Ecology (prior to merging with the College of Education); used to provide scholarship support to students who are enrolled in the College of Education and Human Ecology majoring in a human ecology program with preference given to students of junior or senior status


The College of Education Alumni Society Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 601890

Established March 2, 2001 with gifts from alumni and friends of the College of Education and Human Ecology, formerly known as the College of Education; used to provide financial support to students enrolled in the College of Education and Human Ecology majoring in an education program who are nearing the end of their degree program and have demonstrated financial need. Revised November 9, 2012.


“Dr. Bob” (Robert M. Ransom) Diverse Graduate Student Scholarship

Fund Number: 482312

The annual distribution will support a scholarship not to exceed $10,000 per year for one or two recipients for the cost of tuition, room and board (living expenses), books and supplies for a student(s) enrolled in any graduate program in Education. Candidates for the award must be a graduate student from an under-represented group, with 1st preference given to African American, African, Caribbean and/or Hispanic/Latino graduate students committed to working in urban education. The scholarship recipient will be selected through the College of Education and Human Ecology scholarship process. This fund is currently a pending endowment, the purpose of which is subject to change until the fund is formally approved as an endowment. Prior to such approval, the pending endowment also may be converted to a current use fund.


75th Campaign - Exercise Physiology Laboratory

Fund Number: 307194

To Provide Research Funds and Funds to Purchase Additional Equipment and Staff Time


Academic Learning Laboratory Fund

Fund Number: 302114

To Support Activities and Problems of the Academic Learning Laboratory in the Success Center


Alan & Patricia Doerman Endowed Scholarship in memory of George Washington Kipp

Fund Number: 482373

This fund is currently a pending endowment, the purpose of which is subject to change until the fund is formally approved as an endowment. Prior to such approval, the pending endowment also may be converted to a current use fund.


Alga D.'Peg' Weaver Honor Scholarship in Human Ecology

Fund Number: 607597

Established September 3, 1982, by Alga Weaver, family and friends. Income provides undergraduate honors scholarships for students enrolling in education programs.


Ann & Emanuel D. Rudolph Fund

Fund Number: 606232

Established June 4, 1993, from the estate of Dr. Emanuel Rudolph. Income supports a graduate research associateship/fellowship in textiles and clothing with a dissertation or thesis focus in the history of costume and/or buttons.


Anna E. Broden Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 600831

Established December 14, 1984, by Carlton V. Broden in memory of his mother. Income provides scholarships, based on need and merit, with preference to nutrition majors.


Archaeological and Historic Textiles Fund

Fund Number: 600185

Established November 4, 1994, by the late Keith H. Hill. Income provides graduate support/program resources in archaeological and historical textiles research.


Arps Hall Renovation Fund

Fund Number: 311573

For Renovation of Arps Hall


Ashley J. Fetsko Scholarship Endowment

Fund Number: 482200

Endowed scholarship to support a student studying Special Education with junior or senior ranking. Funds will be provided by family and friends. This fund is currently a pending endowment, the purpose of which is subject to change until the fund is formally approved as an endowment. Prior to such approval, the pending endowment also may be converted to a current use fund.


Bea Cleveland College of Human Ecology and Ohio 4-H Support Fund

Fund Number: 601310

Established December 6, 1985, by Beatrice J. Cleveland. Income is split equally between the College of Human Ecology Programs Fund and Ohio 4-H advisor training.


Bee Cullinan Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 314746

Provides scholarships to students in the department of Teaching and Leaning in the College of Education and Human Ecology.


Biochemical Nutrition Discretionary Fund

Fund Number: 303963

To Support Bionutrition Research from a Number of Donors in Food, Nutrition and Medicine


Bob Evans Farms, Inc., Hospitality Research Fund

Fund Number: 603299

Established November 4, 1988, by Bob Evans Farms, Inc. Income supports faculty and graduate research in hospitality management in the Department of Human Nutrition and Food Management.


Boyd H. Bode Memorial Lectures Fund

Fund Number: 600609

Established November 9, 1947. Income defrays expenses in connection with a conference administered by the College.


C. Ray Williams Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 301137

To Provide Scholarship Support to Students in The College of Education



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