Imagine Your Possibilities Student Success Stories
Todd McCullough has gone to the dogs – literally. The 32-year old has been the Fairfield County Dog Warden and Adoption Center Director for nearly a year now. He got the job shortly after graduating from Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington.
Paramount Pictures Costume Archivist Randall Thropp has come full circle by bringing the "Designing Woman: Edith Head at Paramount 1924 – 1967" exhibit to his hometown this summer.
Dr. Gary Taylor has been teaching at the University of Alabama since 1996. But, the associate professor of Accounting said he learned how to teach in a college classroom while taking classes in the mid-1980s at Ohio University Lancaster.
When Suellen Goldsberry was in fourth grade, she stood outside the Old Carnegie Library on East Columbus Street in Pickerington and thought she wanted to be a library director someday.
This story is one about opportunity knocking and answering the door. But, Dane Swinehart says none of it would have ever happened if Ohio University Lancaster hadn’t knocked first.
The March “Imagine Your Possibilities” profile is about an Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington graduate who just walked across the stage at Honors Convocation approximately one year ago. But, he’s already doing amazing things in our community.
When Benjy Uhl started college, he knew he wanted to go into business or marketing. Now, Uhl has put his knowledge of both of those fields to use by helping build an international data company from the ground up.
When Jared Schoenlaub, 25, graduated from high school, he was a little lost. Schoenlaub graduated from Cincinnati Elder High School but ended up in Fairfield County shortly thereafter.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington Graduate Brian Billingsley will be the first one to tell you that he often takes the road less traveled.
November’s Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington “Imagine Your Possibilities” story is one that reaches far outside of Fairfield County. To find out how far, all you have to do is “Google” it.
Lancaster Police Detective Brian Lowe occasionally picks up some extra hours by patrolling the halls of Ohio University Lancaster. It’s something he’s proud to do for his Alma Mater, a place which helped him imagine who he could become.
Sarah Secoy says giving back to the community that has given so much to her only makes sense. The 27-year-old attended Ohio University Lancaster and will graduate this May with a degree in social work.
Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington is launching a new marketing campaign this month with a new slogan, "Imagine Your Possibilities."
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