Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: A Position Statement for Colleges of Education

Without question, there remains an urgent need for institutions of higher education in the United States to take a proactive stance with regard to diversity, equity, and inclusion. This country and its many institutions have a devastating history with respect to racial oppression, religious persecution, discrimination, and systemic violence. Thus, schools and colleges of education, in particular, must take a critical, public stance against racism and in support of equitable, inclusive, anti-racist educational practices and spaces.


I invite you to read, “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: A Position Statement for Colleges of Education,” share it with your networks, and visit our Facebook page (EHE Office of Diversity, Inclusion & Community Engagement: OSU) to post specific action schools/colleges of education must take to truly engage in this important work. Read the statement and use this link to add your name, organization, and email to show support for it.


All my best,


Valerie Kinloch, Ph.D.

Associate Dean, Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement

Professor, Literacy Studies

The Ohio State University

College of Education and Human Ecology


University Libraries Present: Diversity and Gender in Scholarly Publishing November 4th

Join the University Libraries s on Friday November 4th from 10-11am in the Research Commons in the 18th Avenue Library. Be sure sure to check the website here for more information about other events.

If you have any questions, please let me know.


Thanks for the help!





Larry Allen
Manager of Marketing and Communications
University Libraries Communications
419 C Thompson Library, 1858 Neil Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210
614-292-8999 Office / 614-226-4061 Mobile / 614-292-7859 Fax
allen.916@osu.edu   library.osu.edu


Call for Abstracts for 2017 Hayes Forum DUE November 10th

The Hayes Graduate Research Forum Committee is pleased to announce a

call for abstracts from graduate students at The Ohio State University to participate in the prestigious, 31st Edward F. Hayes Research Forum.

Cash prizes of over $14,000 will be awarded to top presenters in each academic area.

Abstracts will be accepted through November 10th


This exceptional showcase will be held March 3, 2017 and is dedicated to presenting outstanding research by graduate students from across the range of OSU’s academic areas.


To submit an abstract, please visit: https://cgs.osu.edu/hayes-forum/

Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum : Council of …


Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum The 30th Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum took place February 26th, 2016. To see this year’s winner’s visit the 2016 …


We strongly encourage you to review all abstract submission guidelines before submitting your abstract.


Questions? Contact Tracey Walterbusch: walterbusch.1@osu.edu
The Hayes Forum is co-sponsored by the Council of Graduate Students, the Graduate School, and the Office of Research.


Tracey Walterbusch, M.Ed.

Vice President

Council of Graduate Students

2008 Ohio Union

1739 N. High Street

Columbus, OH 43210



Doctoral Student, Higher Education Student Affairs Program

College of Education & Human Ecology

Department of Educational Studies

310A Ramseyer Hall

29 West Woodruff Avenue

Columbus, OH 43210


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EHE RMC Methodology Leadership Series and Software Saturday Series


Generalized Item Response and Factor Trees with Dr. Paul De Boeck, OSU Professor of Psychology

Thursday, October 27, 1:00pm – 2:30pm

EHE College Commons, Ramseyer Hall 260



The RMC Strongly Agrees that you can get more information from your survey data!


Do you use surveys for your research?  While many of us rely on Likert Scales (Strongly Agree, Agree, etc.) to collect data, most of us don’t really know how to analyze these data.  Are they interval level?  Ordinal?  How you can properly deal with “Neutral” or “Undecided” responses?


Join Paul De Boeck as he discusses the true nature of Likert-type data and provides real-world examples of how these data can best be analyzed.  After this workshop, you will have new options for analysis that can help you get more information from your survey data!


Click here to sign up! 

Introduction to R with Mine Dogucu

Thursday, October 27, 4:00pm – 7:00pm

PAES 110






Bring your data!  Bring your questions!  Come for a review! QREM doctoral candidate Mine Dogucu will provide an introduction to the R computing environment.  This is a smart investment in your computing future, so don’t miss it! This session is geared to folks with little or no experience with R, but students with more advanced questions are welcome!


Click here to sign up! 


Introduction to STATA with Nivedita Bhaktha

Friday, October 28, 9:00am – 12:00pm

PAES 110





Are you new to STATA?  Are your skills a bit rusty?  Are you just looking for a gentle introduction to get you back into the swing of data analysis?


Please join the RMC for this introduction to STATA.  QREM doctoral student Nivedita Bhakta will introduce you to the STATA environment, teach you how to get your data into STATA, and how to prepare it for analysis.  Nivedita’s workshop is hands-on so you will get a chance to work with the software on real (messy) data sets that we provide!


Click here to sign up!



These events are FREE and open to all OSU Faculty, Students, Researchers, and Staff. 


Light refreshments will be provided.


Please contact Sandy Reed (reed.665@osu.edu) if you have any questions or require additional information!



Graduate and Professional Student Albert Schweitzer Fellowships Available

Community service-minded graduate and professional students are encouraged to apply for 2017-18 Columbus-Athens Albert Schweitzer Fellowships. Fellows partner with community organizations on year-long service projects to address social and health-related needs in Franklin and Athens counties. To learn more, attend an information session tomorrow, Tuesday, October 18, 2016 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the 18th Avenue Library’s Research Commons, Room 350. The Research Commons is located on the 3rd Floor.   Mon., 11/2, 3-4 p.m. or 11/13, 1-2 p.m. in Room 385 Bricker Hall, or 11/13, 1:00-2:00 p.m., Room 385 Bricker Hall. Program information: http://www.schweitzerfellowship.org/chapters/columbus/. Application deadline February 2017.  information, contact Dr. Lorraine Wallace at wallace.621@osu.edu.