In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion is accepting nominations for its inaugural Hall of Fame Award. Nominees should be members of the Ohio State community who have contributed through exemplary and sustained leadership the ideals of diversity, equity, inclusion, and community engagement and demonstrate outstanding achievements and contributions in the community and/or the private, non-profit, and public sectors. Awards may be given posthumously. More .
Jan 16 - 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. - 1590 N. High Street Gain tips on respectful etiquette and language to create a comfortable work environment for all employees. This instructor-led workshop examines stereotypes associated with common disabilities and illustrates the participants’ emotional reactions to specific disabilities. More .
I joined The Ohio State University in 2011 as Communication Supervisor with the Department of Public Safety Communications and Security Technology Division.
I have been in Public Safety for 21 years, beginning with the Wright State University Police Department while concurrently pursuing my academic career in Human Resources Management at Wright State. Throughout my career, I have served as a Public Safety Dispatcher, a training coordinator, a member of multiple employee and labor relations and contract negotiation teams, lead on recruitment and hiring processes, and in my current capacity as a Communication Supervisor. I am a member of...
During this event, listen to Wall Street Journal's Secrets of Wealthy Women podcast to anchor the conversation on the intersectionality of gender and race and discuss ways to drive inclusiveness. More .
I have been with the university since April 2013, working as the Radio Traffic Coordinator for WOSU Public Media. There my tasks include building the on-air radio schedules, managing station inventory, and interacting with internal teams to ensure the successful delivery of any on-air content. I am a member of WAC (WOSU Activities Committee), our organization’s group of coworkers tasked with creating and planning fun activities for our staff to enjoy together. I graduated from Tiffin University in 2007 with a degree in Business Administration. Shortly after, I relocated to Columbus and then began my career in radio in 2010....
Join the Drug Enforcement and Policy Center for a special lunch event with former Ohio State football player Maurice Clarett. He will discuss his new autobiography, One and Done: How My Life Started When My Football Career Ended , touching on identity, mental health, incarceration, the criminal justice system, and his work to improve the lives of struggling student athletes. More .
Dr. Joyce Chen will discuss her recent research on the gender pay gap at Ohio State, specifically focusing on the determinants of existing disparities and future directions for extending and enriching the analysis. She also will discuss her own salary equity appeal and potential policy changes that may help reduce gender and racial disparities in academic institutions. Presenter: Joyce Chen, PhD, Professor in CFAES and member of the President and Provost's Council on Women. RSVP by Nov 24 .
Dr. Andreá N. Williams, an associate professor in the Department of English, has agreed to accept the position as Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) fellow and interim director of The Women's Place from January 1 to December 31, 2020. Dr. Williams specializes in African American literature and American literature to 1900.
Her research focuses on slave narratives and Black autobiography, Black periodicals and print culture, class, and U.S. women writers. Her current work traces the lives and writing of unmarried African American women who helped to cultivate ... full story .
It was a heart-wrenching experience that makes Dale Harris cringe to this day. The Senior Project Manager for Facilities Operations and Development moved to Alabama from Trinidad and Tobago in 1991. It was there where he came face-to-face with racism.
He worked in a restaurant and one day, one of his regular customers, a Caucasian woman said to him, “You’re not from here, so you’re not like these other Black folks here.”
“This was pure ignorance because except for my accent, I’m exactly like them,” Harris said. “I spent a lot of time being angry.”