Events

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Ed Studies Creating Connections: LGBTQ+ Students

September 22, 2020
4-5 p.m.
Zoom Link

Ed Studies LGBTQ+ Students: You are invited to join our Creating Connections student space on Tuesday, September 22 at 4 p.m. Meet other students in the department to build community, make friends, and connect!


Human Subjects Research 101: From Inspiration to Approval!

September 23, 2020
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
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Are you new to human subjects research and in need of information to help you navigate the submission and review processes? The Office of Responsible Research Practices is offering an introductory presentation for you or anyone who needs a refresher. By the end of the session, participants will be able to:

  • Explain why we have an IRB process
  • List types of human subjects research and levels of review
  • Outline Ohio State’s IRB review process, from pre-submission to approval
  • Generate an action plan for completing a successful Buck-IRB application

While the session will be tailored to new social and behavioral sciences researchers and graduate students, anyone preparing IRB submissions is welcome. For more information, contact Sandra Meadows at 614-688-8641 or meadows.8@osu.edu.


Dealing with Procrastination Workshop

September 23, 2020
3-4 p.m.
Zoom Link

We all have been there. It’s the beginning of a semester. You have all the important deadlines you have to meet. You tell yourself you will not fall behind and will get a head start on assignments. But invariably, time slips away and you find yourself scrambling to finish an important research paper or cramming for final exams. Procrastination is a real issue we all have to face. In this workshop, you will learn everything you always wanted to know about procrastination but haven’t gotten around to asking. You’ll come to truly understand the costs of procrastination. You’ll explore your reasons for procrastination and work to identify what’s really going on when you procrastinate. This workshop also will introduce you to a plan to begin minimizing it using proven techniques to better manage your time.


QualLab Lunches: Interrogating Whiteness as a Researcher

September 24, 2020
12 p.m.
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Led by Sara M. Childers, (Office of Diversity and Inclusion). Click here for more information about QualLab events.


OUAB Grad/Prof Technical Tuesday: Maximizing the Value of LinkedIn

September 29, 2020
12-1 p.m.
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Join OUAB Grad/Prof for a workshop focused on using LinkedIn most effectively to enhance your career. Facilitated by Megan Avellana, Assistant Director for International and Graduate Affairs at the Moritz College of Law, participants will learn about various strategies to improve their LinkedIn profile. Participants will also learn how to use LinkedIn to build their personal brand and how to use it as a networking tool.


Ed Studies Creating Connections: Student Parents

September 29, 2020
4-5 p.m.
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Ed Studies Student Parents/Students with Kids: You are invited to join our Creating Connections student space on Tuesday, September 29 at 4 p.m. Meet other students in the department to build community, make friends, and connect!


Job Searching During COVID-19

September 30, 2020
12 p.m.
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Learn to market yourself in this difficult economy. We will explore the importance of job search networking and creativity; being articulate in describing your skills, experiences and traits; and the importance of patience and flexibility during your search. Presented by Kristine Knisely, Single Wick Merchant, Bath & Body Works.


Engaging “Diversity” in Qualitative Research

October 1, 2020
3-4 p.m.
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Guest Alum Dr. D-L Stewart (Colorado State University) will discuss the ways that engineering diverse participant samples in normative qualitative research contains, protects, and prioritizes white supremacy. White supremacy in normative qualitative research treats “diverse” participants as fungible, has material effects, and enacts power over minoritized communities.  They will also share 10 approaches that focus on anti-racism and anti-Blackness in participant recruitment and selection. Part of QualLab’s Unapologetic Educational Research: Addressing Anti-Blackness, Racism and White Supremacy Series.


Crane Center’s 7th annual Symposium on Children: Anti-Bias and Anti-Racist Practices in Early Childhood Education

October 2, 2020
11 a.m.-3 p.m.
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Led by keynote speaker and author of a new book on anti-bias and anti-racist practices in early education, Dr. Iheoma U. Iruka, Chief Research Innovation Officer and Director of the Center for Early Education Research and Evaluation at HighScope Educational Research Foundation, will engage with us on how we can embrace anti-bias and anti-racist practices. Participants will then opt into a breakout discussion before coming back together to hear about practitioner best practices and policy leaders’ vision for early childhood equity. Join us for part or all of this free, half-day event.


Ed Studies Creating Connections: Black Students

October 7, 2020
12-1 p.m.
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Ed Studies Black Students: You are invited to join our Creating Connections student space on Wednesday, October 7 at 12 p.m. Meet other students in the department to build community, make friends, and connect!


QualLab Lunches: Ethics and Qualitative Research

October 7, 2020
12 p.m.
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Panel with Leslie Moore (TL), Ann Allen (ES) and Weidong Li (HS). Click here for more information about QualLab events.


Education Licensure Workshop Series: Complete your Frontline Application

October 8, 2020
7:30-8:30 p.m.
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Get a head start on your job application! Attend this interactive workshop
and have the opportunity to set-up and complete your Frontline education application with the assistance of a hiring directors. Upon the completion of this workshop you will know and be able to:
· Build your Frontline application in order to apply for teacher opportunities
· Understand required information within each application section
· Create a personal plan to update and maintain application after submission
· Identify school districts which use the Frontline application system


OUAB Grad/Prof Technical Tuesday: Building a Mentoring Program During a Pandemic

October 13, 2020
12-1 p.m.
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Mentorship has been shown to improve both academic and career outcomes. Join us for a best practices discussion on maintaining mentoring relationships during the Covid-19 pandemic. This session will follow a discussion format allowing participants the opportunity to share mentoring challenges as well as best practices.


Ed Studies Creating Connections: International Students

October 14, 2020
12-1 p.m.
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Ed Studies International Students: You are invited to join our Creating Connections student space on Wednesday, October 14 at 12 p.m. Meet other students in the department to build community, make friends, and connect!


Ed Studies Creating Connections: LGBTQ+ Students

October 21, 2020
12-1 p.m.
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Ed Studies LGBTQ+ Students: You are invited to join our Creating Connections student space on Wednesday, October 21 at 12 p.m. Meet other students in the department to build community, make friends, and connect!


OUAB Grad/Prof Wellness Wednesday: Fitting in Fitness

October 21, 2020
Time TBD
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QualLab Lunches: Researching with Indigenous Methodologies

October 22, 2020
12 p.m.
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Led by Timothy San Pedro, (TL). Click here for more information about QualLab events.


Interrogating the Etic Perspective in the “New” Focus on Race: What’s a Researcher to Do?

October 22, 2020
3-4 p.m.
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Guest Alum Dr. Rich Milner (Vanderbilt University) will lead this session. As we more understand an amplification of research on race in education, White researchers are designing research studies centering race. Dr. Milner will address what this moment and movement could mean in building knowledge to inform practice in education and how researchers can deepen their capacity to study Black and other communities of color. Part of QualLab’s Unapologetic Educational Research: Addressing Anti-Blackness, Racism and White Supremacy Series.


Education Licensure Workshop Series: Columbus City Schools Hiring Process

October 22, 2020
7:30-8:30 p.m.
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Attend this workshop to learn about the Columbus City Schools hiring
process and PowerSchool application system. Upon the completion of this workshop you will know and be able to:
· Build your PowerSchool application to apply for teacher opportunities
· Understand Columbus City Schools’ recruitment process and hiring timeline
· Create a personal plan to update and maintain application after submission


OUAB Grad/Prof Technical Tuesday: Project Management

October 27, 2020
Time TBD
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Ed Studies Creating Connections: Student Parents

October 28, 2020
12-1 p.m.
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Ed Studies Student Parents/Students with Kids: You are invited to join our Creating Connections student space on Wednesday, October 28 at 12 p.m. Meet other students in the department to build community, make friends, and connect!


Chat with the Chair

November 4, 2020
12-1 p.m.
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Join Ed Studies department chair Dr. Lori Patton Davis for this open forum to ask questions, share concerns, and hear updates from department leadership.


QualLab Lunches: Introduction to NVivo

November 4, 2020
12 p.m.
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Led by Dave Kolney (NVivo). Click here for more information about QualLab events.


OUAB Grad/Prof Wellness Wednesday: Unplugged: Finding Balance in a Digital World

November 4, 2020
12-1 p.m.
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Technology is an integral part of our daily lives but usage can easily turn negative when it starts to interrupt our work and personal relationships. Through this presentation, students will learn about their personal digital wellness, techniques to avoid procrastination, and easy technology changes that will benefit sleep schedules, productivity, and personal interactions. This session will help you navigate the transition to college level commitments, social interactions, and managing your social and academic schedule.


Education Licensure Workshop Series: Interview Tips

November 5, 2020
7:30-8:30 p.m.
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Learn strategies to perfect your interviewing skills. Upon the completion of
this workshop you will know and be able to:
· Identify steps to take to prepare for an interview
· Understand the benefits of preparing for an interview
· Construct questions to ask the interviewer
· Understand how to communicate your skills, traits, and experiences as an educator to the interviewer
· Recall strategies to use when answering interview questions


Unapologetic Educational Research: Addressing Anti-Blackness, Racism and White Supremacy

November 12, 2020
3-4 p.m.
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Guest Alum: Dr. April L. Peters-Hawkins, University of Houston


OUAB Grad/Prof Wellness Wednesday: Sleep and Energy

November 18, 2020
Time TBD
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