Consumer Sciences, Family Resource Management
Graduate studies in Family Resource Management will equip you with the theoretical and empirical tools you need to conduct policy-relevant research in your career. Ohio State gives you the flexibility in training to match your academic interests. You will work closely with distinguished Family Resource Management faculty through a variety of research opportunities and learn from their expertise in consumer and household decisions, personal finance, and consumer- and health-related policies.
Scholarly presentations of current research by students, faculty and invited speakers to stimulate critical thinking and discussion of implications for consumers.
An annual event providing graduate students, and others, a way to highlight their research efforts.
Showcases the innovative and exemplary research being conducted by Ohio State graduate students across the full range of graduate degree programs.
A multi-disciplinary research center nurturing population and health research at Ohio State. It focuses on sexual and reproductive health, family demography, mortality and health, and migration