WOSU Public Media will present a special screening and discussion of its recent Emmy Award-winning documentary "Columbus Neighborhoods: New Americans." The hour-long drama traces how the immigrant experience defined the character of Columbus during its foundation and early growth and how immigrants are adding to our culture, supporting our economy and reshaping the American dream. More . This event qualifies toward DICE certification.
Aug 18, 5-7 p.m. - RPAC You're invited to this year's Global Buckeye Celebration to honor the arrival of nearly 2,000 new international students to Ohio State. Come to the Office of International Affairs at the Tom W. Davis Gym in the RPAC for pizza, games, prizes and more as we welcome these new students to campus and get ready for the beginning of autumn semester. Contact .
The Dublin Arts Council will present Urur Dhex-Dhexaad Ah: Community In-Between, a photography exhibition featuring portraits of 15 central Ohio Somali trailblazers created by two female Somali high school student photographers and accompanied by written and video personal narratives, artifacts and oral histories delivered by augmented reality. The exhibition will open with a reception Tuesday (8/8) 6-8 p.m. at the Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Drive, and continue through Friday (11/3). Photos and stories in this exhibition also will be available in book format from The Ohio State University Press. More .
She wasn’t the first black woman to study at Ohio State or even in the School of Home Economics. But among the tightly woven cadre of female African Americans on campus in the 1940s, Gladys Cooper Jennings was ... More .
As students struggle to balance the demands of classes, internships, work and personal well-being, dedicated quiet spaces are becoming more popular across college campuses. The creation of the ElectroScience Laboratory’s (ESL) new "Quiet Room" at Ohio State, however, was inspired after a student attacked pedestrians near Watts Hall in November 2016. More . Contact .
Apr 2018 - The Multiple Perspectives Conference encourages students to network with professionals, the community, and scholars who share their interests in disability. Learn more as additional information becomes available.
The conference allowed the students to meet with Senators and Representatives to advocate for the value of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education and FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) education programs.
“A&P keeps the university’s academic mission at the forefront of our work,” said Jay Kasey, senior vice president in the Office of Administration and Planning. “This was a wonderful opportunity for...
At its very core, cultural competency has to do with how effective we are at interacting with people from different cultural backgrounds. Expand your cultural competency by earning a DICE certificate. Learn more on July 20 at 220 Sullivant Hall (use the north entrance). Two sessions will be held: 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Keynote speaker Clark Kellogg, food, entertainment, prizes, give-aways.
Ohio State is hosting 25 young professionals from across Africa for a six-week Public Management Institute sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, called the Mandela Washington Fellowship. Volunteers are needed to host one or more fellows in their homes for a weekend, allowing participants to meet local residents and gain in-depth cultural experiences. More .