Learning & Experience Design inaugural meeting took place in August 2017 in the beautiful and inspirational Ramseyer Hall. In attendance were Ana-Paula Correia, Karen Bruce Wallace, Ceren Korkmaz, Cara North and Vicki Simmerman.
“An example of the Beaux-Arts style architecture, Ramseyer Hall was built as an experimental school for students K – 12 that was administered through OSU’s College of Education. At a cost of roughly $411,000, the building was designed by University Architect Howard Dwight Smith and was ready for fall classes to begin in 1932. …It is named for Dr. John A. Ramseyer, a member of faculty at University School (1938-1951) and its director from 1948 to 1951.”
John H. Herrick Archives: Ramseyer Hall