Diversity and Inclusion


Roll the DICE with A&P – gain valuable leadership and diversity skills. A&P staff can earn an annual certificate by completing five DICE-approved activities in the categories of education, service and reflection. Track activities in BuckeyeLearn and complete a reflection survey to qualify.

We can help you grow personally and professionally while embracing Ohio State’s culture in as little as 30 minutes per month throughout the course of a year (the current session is July 2017 - July 2018).

Questions? Please email A&P HR's Katina Landgraff.

A&P Diversity and Inclusion


Administration and Planning strives to keep diversity and inclusion at the forefront of our leadership agenda and work collaboratively to develop programs, policies, practices, and initiatives that reflect our commitment to building a diverse workforce and creating an inclusive work environment.


We value, celebrate, and leverage our differences to inspire an environment of innovation and creative problem solving to meet the needs of our students, faculty, staff, patients, customers, visitors, communities, and other stakeholders.


Workforce Diversity - Build a diverse, qualified, and high-performing workforce that is reflective of our university community, by drawing from all segments of society.

Workplace Inclusion - Cultivate a flexible, collaborative, and inclusive work environment that leverages diversity and enables all individuals to contribute to their full potential.

Sustainability - Develop an infrastructure, programs, policies, and strategies to equip leaders with the ability to manage and leverage diversity, be accountable, measure results, refine approaches, and institutionalize a culture of inclusion

Ohio State D&I News

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May 4, 2018

James L. Moore III, PhD, will serve as the vice provost for diversity and inclusion and the university's chief diversity officer, effective May 1, subject to approval by the Board of Trustees. In addition to his concurrent appointments as Education and Human Ecology's Distinguished Professor of Urban Education and executive...

April 24, 2018

Hannah Higgins tried to hold back her tears, but the emotions were too strong as she revisited the memory of her late mother, Pam Higgins. It was only six months ago that Pam’s 10-year battle with Parkinson’s Disease ended. It’s been a long and difficult path but one that has...

April 6, 2018

In Coco Kneisly’s own words, November 2016 was the darkest month of her life. Within an 11-day period, Coco tragically lost a loved one and nearly lost another. In the 16 months since, Coco has pieced herself back together and now is able to share her story. She doesn’t share...