Universities share their Grand Challenge approaches

In October 2017, Ohio State leadership joined a workshop and strategy session with nearly 20 other universities seeking to contribute to solving society’s Grand Challenges. The “University-led Grand Challenges” participant schools have released a report based on experiences from existing Grand Challenge programs, together identifying best practices and lessons learned for administering those programs, and ways to engage students, partners and the public in reaching for solutions to our Grand Challenges. Read the report, which includes Ohio State’s commitment, here.

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