OSU College of Medicine's First Graduating Class
The Medical Heritage Center's newest exhibit about Ohio State's "First College of Medicine Class, 1914-1915" is now on display in Graves Hall. This exhibit looks back on the lives of the 1915 graduating class, and paints a picture of what the world was like at the time, with perspectives ranging from global to university-wide. This exhibit also contains photographs and artifacts that show what life was life for the 1915 graduates. A comprehensive list of their curriculum is also on display. The exhibit also traces back the history of the College of Medicine, form its origins in 1834 to its official establishment at Ohio State in 1914.
The graphics for this exhibit were designed by the OSU Medical Visuals team. The exhibit runs through October 30.