Slideshow: A&P Newsletter - January 2022

Tom Rieland talking to a group of people.
Rieland Retires - Tom Rieland was recognized for 19 years of service in January. The WOSU GM will retire on Jan. 31 and will be replaced by Ronnie Agnew.
OSUPD officers reading books to kids.
Books and Badges - Detective Cooper, Officer Griffiths and Lieutenant Rizalvo visited the Child Care Center on Ackerman Road to read to the kids as part of the Starfish Assignment’s Books and Badges program.
Holiday lights at Mirror Lake
Where the Treetops Glisten - Holiday lights illuminate the night sky at Mirror Lake for passers-by to enjoy.
A wide shot if the Wexner Medical Center’s inpatient hospital site.
Eye in the Sky - A view of the Wexner Medical Center’s inpatient hospital site taken by Administration and Planning's drone over Cannon Drive.
FOD landscaper cleaning up debris
Clean Sweep - FOD landscaping crews are busy trimming bushes in an effort to keep the campus beautiful.
President Johnson and Jay Kasey posing in a classroom with students.
School is in Session - President Kristina M. Johnson and A&P Senior Vice President Jay Kasey are teaching a course this semester titled Pathways to Net Zero Emissions.
UniPrint employee working at a press
One. Two. Three. Done. - UniPrint crews collate and stitch 4,000 survey booklets.
Timashev Family Music Building
The Art of Construction - Progress continues on the Timashev Family Music Building in the Arts District, scheduled to be completed in March 2022.

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