I really appreciated Dr. Weisenberger’s talk on the history of research at Ohio State! I looked through the 150 innovations website prior to her lecture, and I found some researchers that I was very interested in. I was really happy that Dr. Weisenberger dove deeper into some of those researchers and provided us with some more background information. I really enjoyed the lecture because I learned how the history of OSU connects to the campus and students today, which was a bridge that I had not came across yet. After her talk, I was happy to do more research on some of the people she talked about, such as Bertha Bouroncle and Norton Townshend. I have also been telling my friends that the chocolate at the bottom of a Drumstick was invented at OSU!