Gordon Gee

Ohio State University trustees later this week are expected to approve a 2 percent raise for school president Michael Drake.

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Former Ohio State University president Gordon Gee is making good on a years-old pledge he made to donate 1 million dollars for a scholarship fund at the school.

Ohio State University paid former president Gordon Gee 6 million dollars last year, making him the highest paid chief executive of a public university in the country.

Ohio State University expects to save millions of dollars because former president Gordon Gee is giving up part of his retirement package as he becomes president of West Virginia University. 

A search committee at West Virginia University has recommended that interim President E. Gordon Gee get the job permanently. 

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Ohio State University trustees yesterday officially introduced Michael Drake as the school's new president.

Ohio State University is poised to hire the school's first African-American president.

Former Ohio State University President Gordon Gee is expected to be introduced today as the interim president of West Virginia University.

Records Show OSU Considered Sensitivity Training Before Gee Resigned

Nov 13, 2013
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Email records obtained by the Associated Press show Ohio State University began planning cultural sensitivity training for then-president Gordon Gee after he made comments slurring Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools last December.

The search for the next president of Ohio State University is projected to cost more than 300 thousand dollars.

Gordon Gee To Lead State Higher Education Study

Oct 22, 2013

Former Ohio State University President Gordon Gee will lead a state study into ways to make college more affordable.

Alutto: No Fence Mending Necessary

Aug 15, 2013

Interim Ohio State University President Joe Alutto says he has work to do to push the OSU brand in the U.S. and internationally, but he says he doesn’t feel damage control is part of that.

Schottenstein Says No New Office For Gee

Aug 1, 2013

The Chair of Ohio State University's Board of Trustees says no decision has been made on an office for retired president Gordon Gee.

Gee Gets Generous Retirement Package

Jul 30, 2013

Ohio State University has announced a 5.8 million dollar retirement package for former president Gordon Gee, following his departure for his comments against Notre Dame, Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools.

Interim OSU President Meets With Reporters

Jul 18, 2013

Interim Ohio State University President Joe Alutto is promising to continue the plans of his predecessor during the search for the school's next leader.

OSU Names Presidential Search Committee

Jul 16, 2013

Ohio State University has appointed a search committee to seek a successor to former president Gordon Gee.

Gee Delayed Apologies For Controversial Remarks

Jul 12, 2013

Records obtained by the Associated Press show former Ohio State University President Gordon Gee took his time apologizing for remarks made in December that were critical of Roman Catholics, the University of Notre Dame and Southeastern Conference schools.

OSU Building Office For Gee

Jul 11, 2013

Ohio State University is building a 190 thousand dollar office suite for former president Gordon Gee and an assistant.

Trustees Praise Gee

Jun 7, 2013

At their meeting today, Ohio State University trustees thanked and praised retiring President Gordon Gee.

Retiring Ohio State President Gordon Gee is offering his explanations for stepping down, citing everything from his age to a desire to spend more time with his family, which includes twin granddaughters.

Gee Won't Speak At Local High School

Jun 4, 2013

Ohio State University President Gordon Gee has withdrawn as commencement speaker at Saint Francis DeSales High School in Columbus this Saturday after being reprimanded for making disparaging remarks about Notre Dame, Catholics and the Southeastern Conference.

Another Gordon Gee Gaffe

May 31, 2013

Big Ten Conference commissioner Jim Delany is calling disparaging remarks by Ohio State University President Gordon Gee aimed at Notre Dame and other universities "inappropriate."

The state Ethics Commission says Ohio State University President Gordon Gee did not willfully do anything wrong when he left some travel expenses off his financial disclosure statements.