In the News: From Pruning Shrubs to PhD
On April 23, 2018, The Lantern published an article about Facilities Operations and Development groundskeeper Luther Nolan. Nolan has worked as a groundskeeper at Ohio State for 16 years. For years, he was one class short of completing his undergraduate degree in anthropology, but he went back to class and received his diploma in 2013. Now he's pursuing another degree in history along with a minor in Spanish and a minor in Andean and Amazonian studies. Read the article from The Lantern.
In September 2017, Nolan was featured in Administration and Planning's A&People video series. Watch the video below.