Ohio State faculty and staff committed to diversifying the STEMM talent pool will convene in April 2019 to learn about the initiatives that are already in place on our campus, brainstorm how we can interact more effectively, and have an opportunity to network within this community.
The ultimate goal was to synergize to make our programs more diverse at all levels.
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ASPIRE Program–Spring & Summer program that aims to provide research experience for Ohio State undergraduate students from underrepresented and/or disadvantaged groups who aspire to become medical doctors, clinician scientists, or basic science researchers by earning an MD, MD/PhD, or PhD degree.
Animal Science Program
Destination Ohio State University–The Destination Ohio State University (DOSU) program pairs incoming and prospective undergraduate transfer students from Columbus State Community College with postdoctoral scholars* at Ohio State who are participating in the Researcher, Mentor, Teacher (RMT) program.
Diverse Faculty and Scholars Recruitment Collaborative–Recently, several campus partners and academic leaders came together to establish a plan for diversifying the University’s faculty ranks by partnering with the Southern Region Education Board (SREB). This partnership includes, but is not limited to, connecting University campus leaders to the multidisciplinary and diverse SREB community of scholars, who attend the annual Institute on Teaching and Mentoring, the largest gathering of minority Ph.D.scholars in the country.