e. gordon gee

10:00 It's a new year at The Ohio State University, and it seems especially new as students start on the semester system. Not only that, but campus is filled with construction and the football season starts Saturday under the careful guidance of new head coach Urban Meyer. There's much to discuss this hour, and OSU President E. Gordon Gee will comment on everything new at OSU. Guests

  • E. Gordon Gee (President of The Ohio State University)

Ohio State University President E. Gordon Gee joined All Side with Ann Fisher May 17, 2011 to talk about the state of the university. Ohio State Football Ann Kicked off the conversation with the latest on the ongoing NCAA investigation of famed OSU football coach Jim Tressel, noting that Gee had said before that Tressel’s job was safe. Gee declined, however, to talk about the investigation or anything to do with OSU football. Regarding the importance of sports to a school such as OSU, he said that “college athletics represent both the highs and lows of an academic institution.â€?

Local governments may be competing for businesses and people, as companies like Bob Evans move from Columbus to upper income areas like New Albany. What will the results of this competition be? Should these governments need to compete at all? The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) will be holding a State of the Region Luncheon today, April 21, focused on how "Transportation means Business," with keynote speaker Jerry Wray, director of ODOT. Guests:

A conversation with The Ohio State University (OSU) President E. Gordon Gee about funding, rising tuition and student enrollment. The interview follows an announcement by Gee and Les Wexner, chairman and CEO of the Limited Brands corporation, that the Limited Brands Foundation would be donating $100 million dollars to fund various OSU initiatives, especially the Medical Center.

Interview with Gordon Gee

Oct 11, 2010

A conversation with The Ohio State University president Gordon Gee.

Interview with E. Gordon Gee

Apr 21, 2010

A conversation with The Ohio State University President E. Gordon Gee.