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Jean Dickerscheid: Improving the lives of children, women, families

Jean Dearth Dickerscheid (’53 BS, ’56 MA, ’67 PhD) devoted 31 years of teaching, research and service to Ohio State. More >>

EHE student Ed Thomas teaches children while earning his bachelor's degree at Ohio State

Scholarship helps early childhood professionals earn bachelor's degree

The full-tuition scholarship is designed for practitioners with an associate degree. Deadline to apply is Jan. 31. More >>

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Priority No. 1: Apply for EHE Scholarships

The only way to get an EHE scholarship is to apply for an EHE scholarship. The Feb. 1 deadline is approaching quickly. More >>

Best of 2017: A look back at the year's most-read stories

The best of EHE in 2017

From student opportunities and alumni accomplishments, to new research and achievements by faculty, interest in the College of Education and Human Ecology ran the gamut in 2017. More >>

Methods Leadership Series - Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Multistage Sample Designs

When data are collected via multistage sampling designs (e.g., students within schools) the construct of interest might exist at multiple levels.

Human Nutrition Seminar: Metabolomics and health benefits of secondary plant metabolites

Dr. Jessica Cooperstone, Ohio State assistant professor of crop science, will lecture for the Human Nutrition Seminar Series on "Using metabolomics to better understand secondary plant metabolites and their health benefits."

Consumer Sciences Seminar: Information and safe sex

The Consumer Sciences Seminar is a weekly series that faculty from Ohio State and other universities present the latest research and trends in consumer sciences.

Family Workshop: What Does Quality Childcare Look Like?

Learn about specific elements to look for when searching for a quality early childhood program for your child and available resources to help you find the best fit for your family.

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