Gathered in honor of The Ohio State University’s sesquicentennial celebration, a collection of essays titled Fulfilling the 21st Century Land-Grant Mission, highlights the significant contributions that Ohio State continues to make as part of its twenty-first-century land-grant mission. Authors from across the university—representing fields as various as agriculture, dance, English, engineering, family science, geography, medicine, social work, and veterinary science—provided contributions that highlight the preeminent status of The Ohio State University. In addition, the perspectives of alumni, staff members, and senior administrators-both present and former-round out the picture of Ohio State as the first among equals regarding its land-grant peers. Overall, contributors draw on rich and varied institutional backgrounds to offer invaluable insights for higher education administrators and scholars across the US.
Rustin Moore, Moore, DVM, PhD, DACVS, dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine, contributed an essay for this publication titled ‘Toward a Land-Grant Fierce Future –Be The Model™ College of Veterinary Medicine in the Twenty-First Century’, which aligns with the college’s Be The Model™ ambition.
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The publication is available for purchase here