His internship this summer is focused on developing computer based neural nets. It’s way beyond my understanding of computers, but it sounds exciting. He’s scary smart, and we’re very proud of what he’s done so far. He should graduate in Dec, a semester early. Not sure yet if he’ll jump right into the workforce or look at grad school opportunities.
To all those that replied to the above comment, after I posted my comment below to knock it off, I deleted your continued bickering.
Enough. Please stop this line discussion before everyone gets banned. Your comments are argumentative, aren't productive and have nothing to do with the substance of the article.
Fido, you just a accused someone of erecting a strawman as you jumped the conversation from Urban to Lawrence to fields to Burrow to... Herbstreit? Please keep it on topic.
I've got two words regarding Joe Burrow's Heisman and LSU's NC: Joe Brady.
That's not a slam on Burrow; it's recognition of just how good Brady is.
Ask Baylor and Ken Starr how that worked for them.
How’re things at the end of the Purple Line? We were up there two weeks ago to retrieve Teen Navy #2’s belongings from her dorm room. The tulips were all in bloom and it looked like spring was gonna be a nice one.
Programming. He’s already been involved in writing a Linux based OS to control swarms of drones as an undergrad research assistant. This summer he’s interning with AFRL working on AI systems. AI is what he ultimately wants to work on.
Sometimes, response that are in bounds get caught in the frag pattern when a particularly egregious comment or convo gets deleted. Don’t know if that was the case or not.
I can't speak to the specific comment, Go1Bucks. I didn't see it. Was it in response to another comment? If so, and that comment was deleted, all responses to it disappear as well.
because that's where the big bucks are-certainly not from the state or the in state tuition.
And much bigger than sports revenue.
Not sure what you mean. Title IX is US law. No matter who they hire as President of the University, we should expect that person would support US law.
Hosta Virus X - HVX. It’s nasty. What’s worse is some people were unknowingly selling infected plants thinking they were a new cultivar because of variegation it was causing in leaves. It spreads easily on shears and spades. I dug up a bunch this spring and I’m being very careful to clean any tools before touching the remaining plants.
But it froze in place in the Pasadena heat. Had to be ice water.
The boy has been mostly happy with his CSE professors. It’s getting into classes that has been tough. Spring semester he was waitlisted for all four of his classes and was in danger of not reaching full time status. That would’ve had huge implications for him regarding health care, etc as a military dependent over 21.
According to him, the Engineering School hasn’t expanded the CSE faculty in years despite the growth in students. He was told by someone in the Eng School that they viewed CS as a “fad”. Can you imagine?
Tell him to be online waiting to order his tickets as soon as they open to freshmen. Our son was late his first year and missed out on the OOC games
No. I'm the black sheep of the family - physics and Navy. Dad taught in the Art Department.
Excited for our son, who's due to graduate in Dec. Hoping he gets to finish out with in-person classes and a chance to see his final OSU-UM Game in the Shoe.
Subtle difference, but ND is starting the semester early (Aug 10) and holding finals before Thanksgiving, similar to what Ohio U does.
IU and GWU are sending students home at Thanksgiving and holding online classes for the final 2-3 weeks.
Lots of iterations, but the common theme is "go home/stay home" during flu season.
Mine’s gray and has all the Rose Bowl games and their results listed on the back. I wore it once last year and someone asked me where I found a “retro” OSU sweatshirt. I laughed and said “This is original equipment. I’ve had it for twenty plus years.”
Perfect. Most underrated comment.
Most of what I know is coming from our son in the Computer Science department. Woefully understaffed for faculty and hard for students to get into the classes they need to graduate. His problems were exacerbated by the fact that he was about a year ahead of schedule and was low priority for scheduling behind graduating seniors and grad students. It looks like it’ll all work out - he’s on track to graduate a semester early - but not without a lot of angst, teeth-gnashing and sitting on waitlists for classes.
I’m perhaps the biggest OSU football fan in my family, but the only one who wasn’t employed by OSU (dad was faculty For 28 years), got a degree there (Mom - MA, sister - BA/MFA, wife - BS) or is a student there (Son). Dad took me to a game when I was 6 and I got to see Archie play as a senior. The rest is history. Growing up in Columbus and going to a game nearly every year helped cultivate that fandom through my youth, to be sure.
Have to you been reading the Mod Slack channel?
Best of luck to Dr Johnson. Personally, I’ll be interested in seeing if she shakes things up in the School of Engineering at all. Seems she has the background for it.