Upcoming Hidden Figures Math Workshop

Starting April 2022

Learn more about the hidden stories of Black math alumni from The Ohio State University. You’ll find inspiration in their determination to achieve their goals and have fun exploring their mathematical ideas through hands-on activities. There will be board games, paper dragons, knot puzzles, and more! Each session we will focus on a different story. Sessions are not sequential, so you can attend whichever ones you are able to.



Black History Month Webinar

Speaker: Dr. Ranthony A.C. Edmonds | Moderator: Jerolyn Barbee

If you’re looking for a detailed overview of our Hidden Figures Revealed project, we have the event for you! On February 10, lead Dr. Ranthony A.C. Edmonds (PI) gave an hour-long presentation that dove into the details of our research project. With the help of webinar host Jerolyn Barbee (Community Partner/NAAMCC), Dr. Edmonds pointed to the book that inspired our project—Margot Lee Shetterly’s Hidden Figures, and highlighted the hidden figures we’ll feature in the coming months. To watch the webinar, visit


Presenters at the 2021 Social Justice Showcase” by the Global Arts and Humanities

Social Justice Showcase

Thursday, December 2 from 4-5 p.m. | Sullivant Hall Rotunda

The Global Arts and Humanities “Social Justice Showcase highlighted the Global Arts + Humanities’ commitment to research and creative practices, experiential learning and community partnerships that address historical struggles for racial justice and equity. The program included presentations by recipients of our Matching Grants (offered in collaboration with the ODI/OR Seed grants for Racial Justice) and Race, Ethnicity and Social Justice Grants, as well as spoken word and dance performances” (from the Global Arts and Humanities Website).

Our lead, Dr. Ranthony A.C. Edmonds (PI), gave a detailed presentation on our project at the Social Justice Showcase. To read more, visit