People are your greatest asset – or your greatest weakness. If you are like most employers today, your company’s single biggest challenge is finding and keeping the right people to help you accomplish your organizational goals. However, as difficult as it may be to find the right hire, the cost of a bad hire can be enormous and good hiring takes more than good instincts. It takes a systematic approach.
Events at The Point (3/20-23) 2019 State of the Community: On March 21, Westerville will celebrate volunteerism and the accomplishments they achieved collectively last year. There will be a brief presentation, video, and awards over hors d’oeuvres and mocktails. It is a free event. JP Morgan Chase Meeting: On March 20 and 21, JP Morgan, one of our tenants, will be having corporate meetings with continental breakfast and boxed lunches provided by our […]
Events at The Point (3/15-16) CoverMyMeds: On March 15, CoverMyMeds, a healthcare software company, will be using one of our spaces with whiteboards and projectors for their business meeting. Columbus State/Otterbein 2 + 2 Program: On March 15, an informational session will be held at The Point about the Columbus State Dual Admission Program at Otterbein. Visit http://www.otterbein.edu/apply/columbus-state/ for more information about the program. Cardinal Leadership Summit: On March 16, the Otterbein University Center for Student […]
YEA! Columbus, based at The Point at Otterbein, is now accepting applications for its 2018-19 class of aspiring young entreprenuers! The Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) is a groundbreaking and exciting program that transforms local middle and high school students into real, confident entrepreneurs. Through the 20-week program, students in grades 6-12 generate business ideas, conduct market research, write business plans, pitch to a panel of investors, and launch their very own companies. YEA! […]
Reagan Nemec Department: Engineering Major: Systems Engineering Class Of 2019 Job Title: Research and Development Intern – Nestle Otterbein students understand the importance of hands-on learning and the value of internships, and that’s why senior Reagan Nemec has sought out internships since her first year as an engineering student. Her first internship experience was at Honda of America Manufacturing the summer after her freshman year. Last summer she landed an internship with Nestle, the […]
By Duncan Squillante ’21 and Dan Steinberg How would you like to tour the Colosseum in Rome without ever leaving the Otterbein campus? What would it be like to travel in space and see our planet from the space station while sitting in a classroom in the Communication building? A learning community offered for students and professors alike by the Center for Teaching and Learning is doing just that in […]
Otterbein 3D capabilities put fossils in the hands of biology students Lauren Heberling ’19 Thousands of miles away in a locked vault at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, are the fossilized remains of Homo naledi, an extinct species of hominid. However, with the help of 3D printers at The Point, the skull of Homo naledi is in our science center, within the quiet peaceful village of […]
Engineering students at Ohio’s Otterbein University were tasked with exploring automated solutions for raised bed drying. All photos courtesy of Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea. Read more here!
Maker Space at The Point at Otterbein is now open to the community Lauren Heberling ‘19 The Point at Otterbein University is a growing STEAM innovation center that is home to resident companies, academic departments and now the public. The Maker Space, within The Point, is comprised of five creative spaces for Otterbein students, faculty, staff and members of the community to utilize, providing access to industrial technologies not […]
Congratulations to FIRST Robotics Competition Team 1317, Digital Fusion, hosted at The Point, for the 2018 Digital Animation Award. Watch the animation below:
Check out this new post from thisweeknews.com about Team Calamari No. 10084 from Educational Robotics of Central Ohio (ERCO), hosted at The Point: http://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20180123/robot-builders-enjoy-challenges
This past summer DeBacker spent two and a half months creating his own, fully operational mini-arcade machine as a side project during his internship with The Point.
Otterbein University will host three events to celebrate national Make a Difference Day, as well as its new Kindness Matters initiative. Otterbein is proud to partner with Kind Columbus at The Columbus Foundation in its effort to cultivate and inspire kindness throughout the greater Columbus region.
Westerville, OH—Otterbein University is a new host site for the national Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!), and is accepting applications now through Sept. 15.
WESTERVILLE, Ohio— Partnering with the PAST Foundation once again, The Point welcomed fourth through eighth graders to the FIRST Lego League (FLL): Smash Hits summer camp, July 10-14.
WESTERVILLE, Ohio— This week at The Point, middle school student campers utilized the resources at The Point, and learned about 3D modeling, 3D printing, prototyping, designing, building, and testing, along with variety of other skills.
Over the weekend, The Point at Otterbein University hosted its inaugural IdeaFest, an event that challenged students to tackle problems within the community and come together to solve them.
In its inaugural event, IdeaFest 2017 brought over a dozen students to The Point at Otterbein to tackle some of the most pressing social issues in Columbus and beyond.
Collaboration at The Point at Otterbein University Enables a New Innovative Healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) Solution to be “Made in Ohio”
Otterbein University – The Point, hosts Westerville Special Olympics December 11th, 2016 – 15 athletes and their parents came together for the Westerville Special Olympics! Special thanks to freshman student volunteers (Michael Fernandes and Jesse Chirdon) and others who helped make this event a success!
While technology firms, government, and education embrace making as the future, other industries can reap rewards by inspiring employees to both think of solutions and make them happen.