In an innovative new program, OSU is hiring its own students from a vendor's internship program to work on the company's systems on campus.

OSU-Hyland-studentsThe term "win-win" has been beaten to death in recent years, but it does succinctly convey the idea of mutual benefit. Now, in an innovative internship arrangement with a software company, Ohio State University is trying to go one better, creating a win-win-win partnership to benefit the school's Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), Hyland Software, and—most important—the university's students themselves.

Under the program, OSU students have a...

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