Get our best prices of the season ; put your tax return to good use and take advantage of our academic discount. Treat yourself to some well deserved new tech on Thursday, April 18 during t he Faculty and Staff Spring Sale. It will feature our lowest prices on current and previous generation Mac® and iPad®. Additionally, select Dell models and accessories will be steeply discounted. For complete pricing, please view our sale flyer.
We will also be offering inital setup and software help at BuckeyeBar .
Drop by Tech Hub anytime between now and the end of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament for a chance to win free stuff! If you can make a shot with a tiny basketball in our Nerf hoop, you get to choose a prize from our mystery bin. Just tell a sales associate why you're there. While supplies last, hurry in!
Not so confident in your basketball skills? There are more ways to win! We are also currently giving away two Apple Watch Series 4 (customizable). Keep up with us on social media for first dibs....
Please join us for our third annual Women in Technology networking night on Tuesday, February 26 at 6 p.m. All are welcome to participate in a conversation about women working in the technology industry from our guest speaker, Holly Drake. This will be a casual speech followed by open questions and networking.
A graduate of The Ohio State University, Holly Drake has successfully created privacy programs across a broad range of critical areas, including litigation and regulatory compliance. She has a proven record of accomplishment in delivering risk mitigation using pragmatic approaches in her two most recent...
Skip the Black Friday crowds this year and take advantage of your academic discount. O ur faculty and staff holiday sale on Thursday, November 29, will feature the lowest prices of the year on Mac® and iPad®. Additionally, select Dell models and accessories will be steeply discounted. All of your holiday tech in one place, at a great price. To see the details of all of our discounts, view the sale flyer.
On Tuesday, November 13, our Tech Hub student project grant semifinalists pitched their projects to a packed crowd with representatives from across the university. They explained their concepts and answered audience questions. Then the audience had a chance to vote on their favorite and later that night the committee deliberated to determine the final winners.
We will be sharing the progress of the recipients throughout this semester and next.
3D Mountain Mapping
In the mountains of Peru, dependence on glaciers for water necessitates that the local populations live in close proximity to extreme...
Join us on Tuesday, November 13 from 6 – 8 p.m. in 100 Campbell Hall for our annual Student Project Grants Pitch
Night. Harness your inner venture capitalist from Shark Tank and help us choose where to spend our money. Our student project grant finalists will pitch their ideas in five minutes or less to the audience (you!). You will have time to ask questions and hear from past winners, then place votes for your favorites at the end of the event. These votes will help us decide the winners and how we split the pool of...
Do you have a great idea for a tech project? Whether you are looking to create a personal finance app, a fine art installation, or a technology product, we are looking to help you make your tech ideas a reality. We have $15,000 in our funding pool, which means more funding to more student projects. We will award to three to five student projects that use technology in novel ways.
Our guidelines are pretty simple:
You must be a student at The Ohio State University. Undergrad or graduate are both fine. If you also work at Ohio State,...
Take advantage of the latest offer from Dell. Get $100 via rebate when you purchase a Dell PC $499+. Use that savings to purchase accessories for your device or snacks to get you thorugh the semester- we won't judge. Offer valid until October 15, 2018.
If you have additional questions our staff is happy to help and are always a visit or a phone call away.
Jacklyn Brickman, a 2017 Student Project Grants recipient, has been creating works of art for years. Her most recent project which is still a work in progress, Spellbreaker, aims to "honor and bridge the gap between folk culture and technology by highlighting the process of making black walnut ink and emphasizing the connections our human bodies have to those in nature."
She was recently able to present a version of it at the Fergus Family Scholarship at The Ohio State University and recapped the event...