Research Participants Needed

“Hello, 

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.

Thank you,

Vanja”

Vanja Bogicevic, M.S., M.Arch
Graduate Teaching Associate
College of Education and Human Ecology
Department of Human Sciences
bogicevic.1@osu.edu

2018 Spring Graduate & Professional Student Convocation

Thursday, January 25th
7:00-9:30pm
Seating begins at 6:30pm

Faculty Club
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.

Featuring:
Dr. Monica F. Cox
Professor and Chair
Department of Engineering Education
College of Engineering

Talking Race in the Classroom

April 13th
11:00am-12:30pm
University Hall 056

The WGSS Anti-Racism Committee Presents: Talking Race in the Classroom

Recent political events have led to explosive public debates about race and racism in our country. What effect do these public debates have on college courses that teach students about race? What can students expect in such classes? Instructors from the Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) will discuss their approach to teaching race and racism in their classes and will take questions from students who might feel apprehensive or curious about learning the subject matter in college. Students from all majors at OSU are particularly encouraged to attend.

Participants
Cynthia Burack, Professor WGSS
Guisela Latorre, Associate Professor WGSS
Juno Parreñas, Assistant Professor WGSS
Saidah Isoke, Graduate Student WGSS
Akosua Peprah, Undergraduate Student WGSS

 

Student Travel Grants

Diversity and Identity Studies Collective at OSU

Undergraduate & Graduate Student Travel Grants
Awards up to $300

Spring Deadline: February 22, 2017 at 11:59pm.

Graduate students must be enrolled in the GIS in Disability Studies, Latina/o Studies, or Sexuality Studies and/or delivering a paper or doing research on a topic relevant to American Indian Studies, Asian American Studies, Disability Studies, and/or Sexuality Studies.

For more information & to apply click here.

Questions? Contact disco@osu.edu

Counselor Education Faculty and Students Take Pledge of Support for Diversity and Inclusion

On Wednesday, the Counselor Education faculty and students took a pledge of support for diversity and inclusion.

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The faculty signed a faculty leadership statement.

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Students posed with signs of support and signed the pledge.

If you want to join the movement and show the world that Buckeyes support diversity, you can purchase these necklaces that are being sold by Chi Sigma Iota. Contact granello.1@osu.edu for more information.

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“Words aren’t enough. They must be followed by action.”

A message from Dean Cheryl Achterberg:

Dear Friends, Students and Colleagues:

Words aren’t enough. They must be followed by action. Yesterday, the College of Education and Human Ecology stood up against racism.

We invite everyone to join us in the critical work that lies ahead, whether you were able to participate in the EHE Picture Project or not. We all can support our colleagues by reminding each other every day of our intent: We need to reinforce our commitments out loud to diversity, justice and inclusion and acknowledge that we create our own culture.

We must be vigilant to protect our community from ignorance and hatred. It is up to us to make our college and the university a safer place for all to grow and thrive.

We must not only write the script, but live it every day. 

Reminder: Our college will host “A Critical Dialogue on Justice, Diversity and Inclusion,” Monday, Dec. 5, from 2-3 p.m. More details to come.

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