The purpose of the series is to engage our alums and general audiences in thinking about and reflecting on what it means to conduct educational research from a standpoint that honors Black lives in the research process, while also disrupting racism and white supremacy. Given the unprecedented moment we are all experiencing in our lifetime we are committed to shifting the landscape of qualitative research and using this research to shift our sociopolitical context toward racial equity and justice. Each OSU Alum will engage in a discussion with hosts Dr. Lori Patton Davis, Professor and Department Chair of Educational Studies and Dr. Penny A. Pasque, Professor and Director of QualLab.
Did you miss any or all of the Dear White People conversations? Not to worry! EDGE is posting the recordings of all four discussions on their Youtube channel.
Congrats to Ed Studies faculty Matthew Brock, Laura Justice, Tzu-Jung Lin and Ann O’Connell on receiving a $3.3 million grant from Institute of Education Sciences! They will study how FLIP Recess improves social competence for elementary students with severe autism.
Congrats to Ed Studies faculty Tzu-Jung Lin, Eric Anderman, and Michael Glassman for being awarded a $1.4 million grant from the Institute of Education Sciences! Their project will help teachers blend in-person and technology to promote social competence and critical dialogue in elementary students.
Nationally recognized expert and Educational Studies faculty member Dr. Donna Ford tells her backstory on being gifted, black and poor in East Cleveland, and how it motivated her to create change for gifted children of color. -Robin Chenoweth is a writer for The Ohio State University’s College of Education and Human Ecology. She spoke to Dr. Donna Ford, a professor of special education. The Ohio State University’s College of Education and Human Ecology is a tapestry of people with fascinating stories to tell. Individually and collectively, faculty, staff, students and alumni are led to improve lives, create change and help those outside privilege — often led by their own personal experiences to make change. Here are their stories.
I am conducting my dissertation research and need 250 participants for the study (e.g. staff, undergraduate and graduate students, faculty). Participants will be required to come to PAES research lab and answer survey. As compensation, each participant will receive $15 Amazon Gift Cards.
Vanja Bogicevic, M.S., M.Arch
Graduate Teaching Associate
College of Education and Human Ecology
Department of Human Sciences
Thursday, January 25th
Seating begins at 6:30pm
Main Dining Hall (2nd Floor)
181 S. Oval Mall
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion cordially invites graduate and professional students to share in an evening of fellowship and networking with those in different fields of study across The Ohio State University and a chance to meet administrators, faculty and staff.
This program is ODI’s official “Welcome Back” and is the sequel to the autumn semester Graduate & Professional Student Orientation & Networking Reception. In addition to sharing moments with distinguished Ohio State faculty, attendees will also have the opportunity to engage with a panel of seasoned graduate and professional student peers as they share autumn semester highlights, experiences and advice.
Dr. Monica F. Cox
Professor and Chair
Department of Engineering Education
College of Engineering