Learning and Education Resources
BuckeyeLearn: Ohio State’s tool to engage faculty, staff and student employees in training and professional development. You can register for any of the opportunities below.
- Click here to search for modules in BuckeyeLearn focused on Diversity and Inclusion.
Improving Advising: Video focused on advising for students from underrepresented communities.
Office of Diversity and Inclusion: Diversity Education Resources
Respectful Dialog Toolkit: A collaboration between the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning. This toolkit defines respectful dialogue, identifies goals for faculty, staff, and students, provides strategies, and shares additional resources and supports.
Advocates and Allies: The Advocates & Allies for Equity initiative focuses on transforming the climate of The Ohio State University by enhancing men’s engagement in gender equity work.
CFAES Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Workshops: The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion aims to create and maintain an accessible, inclusive and supportive community for all who learn, work and teach in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) and OSU Extension at The Ohio State University.
Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning, Teaching Endorsements:
Kirwan Institute Implicit Bias Module Series: This course will introduce insights about how our minds operate and understanding the origins of implicit associations. You will also uncover some of your own biases and learn strategies for addressing them.
REACH Suicide Prevention Training: REACH© is the name of the Ohio State suicide prevention gatekeeper training program designed to help the Ohio State community prevent suicide by teaching faculty, staff and students how to: Recognize warning signs, Engage with empathy, Ask directly about suicide, Communicate hope, Help suicidal individuals to access care and treatment.
Center for Belonging and Social Change Identity Based Workshops: The Student Life Center for Belonging and Social Change’s Identity-Based Workshops and Trainings promote learning about historical contexts and cultural appreciation, increase awareness of the politics of identity and move participants to seek a deeper understanding of dynamics of power and privilege.
Center for Belonging and Social Change Social Justice Workshops: Hosted by our Education and Empowerment team, the Social Justice Workshop series examines how issues surrounding social identity, stereotypes and bias affect our community. Workshops include:
- Multicultural Center 101
- Who Am I?
- Media Matters
- BuckAlly Dream Intro
- P.O.P. Off: Power, Privilege and Oppression
- Intro to Intersectionality
- Privilege Puzzle
- Microaggressions 101
- Speak Up
- Why Don’t You Understand Me?!
- BuckAlly Dream Advocate
- Fostering Inclusive Organizations and Spaces
- How to Facilitate Dialogue
- Agent of Social Change
General Available Resources
Center for Belonging and Social Change:
- Native American/Indigenous
- Asian, Pacific Islander and Desi American
- African and African American
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
- First Generation College Student
- LGBTQ Initiatives
ADA Coordinator’s Office Resources
Student Life Disability Services
Department of African American and African Studies
Office of Equity, Diversity, and Global Engagement (EDGE)