Slideshow: A&P Newsletter - April 2021

OSUPD officials posing in the lobby of Blankenship Hall
Books and Badges - OSUPD is taking part in the Starfish Assignment’s “Books and Badges” program. Officers will read to elementary school students and give children a copy of the book the officer reads.
flower beds with landscaping equipment nearby
Sprouting Spring - FOD crews busy planting flowers in the beds and pots outside of Bricker Hall on a sunny afternoon.
A view from the lower level looking upward at the Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Center construction project.
Taking Shape Up - A view from the lower level looking upward as exterior sheathing or covering continues on the anatomy wing of the Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Center (Photo credit: Acock Associates Architects).
OSUPD officers Winger and Shoopman with mounted unit horse, Red.
A Horse of Course - Officer Eric Winger (left), Regina Shoopman (right) and Mounted Unit horse Red say hello to their fellow Buckeyes.
aerial view of 15+HIGH construction project
15+HIGHer Ground - Aerial view of the 15+HIGH project. The site will have four main buildings and a public square, featuring restaurants, bars and retail stores. Building A will open in May and WOSU Public Media’s HQ in June.
a bundle of rebar with a yellow identifying tag
Rebar Reinforcements - A bundle of rebar on the Wexner Medical Center's Inpatient Hospital site. The project manager says it's the largest diameter rebar he has ever seen. A bar is 2-1/4" in diameter and weighs 13.6 pounds per linear foot. A 20-foot stick weighs 272 pounds.
A group of law enforcers at the Spring Game
Scarlet and View – Not a bad view from the Unified Command Post at this year's Spring Game. Go Bucks!
cafe table and chairs in front of a building plaza
IPPLG Project - Integrated Physical Planning Liaison Group (IPPLG) and Student Life used space grant funding to install new tables and bench seating, cleaned the iconic number sculptures and more to improve the Oxley Plaza for students, faculty and staff.
screenshot of a web meeting
Student Safety Dialogue - OSUPD Chief Kimberly Spears-McNatt and Public Safety Director Monica Moll took part in the Community Safety and Well-Being Outreach and Engagement student safety virtual dialogue.
OSUPD mourns retired K9 Daran who passed away in April. Daran served @OhioState from 2007-2015 as a dual-purpose explosives-trained canine. After retiring, he lived happily surrounded with love. He will be missed by his handler and family.

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