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Stillman Hall is located at 1947 College Road on the Ohio State Columbus campus. Stillman Hall was originally constructed as a public works project in 1937 and was expanded in 2000. The building was named after Charles C. Stillman, Director of Social Administration, in 1952. Stillman first began teaching at Ohio State in 1929. He set up the first curriculum in community organization for health and welfare offered in the U.S., which received sanction from the Community Chests and Councils of America, Inc. In 1932, he became Director of Social Administration and received recognition as a national leader in community health and welfare studies.

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Stillman Hall, located on Ohio State's campus


Director Charles Stillman at Hall dedication, 1937