For students at Ohio State interested in thinking more about what it means to be a good person, and how to build personal and professional resilience for life and for food, agricultural and environmental careers, you may be interested in a new course planned for Autumn 2021. The course will be taught by Dean Cathann Kress and Dr. Greg Hitzhusen. See the course announcement flyer for more information.
Note: enrollment will be limited, and the course won’t be open for registration until summer 2021, so those interested should save space in their Au2021 schedule and follow the link in the flyer to submit your name and information for instructor permission to enroll in the course.
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Thanks for your interest, Macy! Just follow the link to the Qualtrics form in the flyer, and you can enter your information there. Best wishes, Greg Hitzhusen
How we understand what it means to be a good person, how we understand. When we are challenged for our whiteness, our tendency is to fall back. This fall we’ll take a good, long look at ourselves and our behavior and examine what it means to be a good person. https://catalyticministries.com/