Past Women's Place Events
The following list is an archive of events The Women's Place sponsored or cosponsored. In addition, some events may have video recordings of the event and/or documents associated with the event posted in the listing. Check back frequently, as we add video recordings as they become available, which is sometimes months after the event. We will note new recordings below in red at the top of each event.
May 8, 2013
9th Annual Ballam Women's Symposium
Women in Wellness
Sponsors: The Association of Staff and Faculty Women (ASFW), Wexner Medical Center, and The Women's Place
Wednesday, 8 am - noon
Location: 160 Meiling Hall
Fee: $30/member, $35/guest early bird; registration deadline is May 1
Featuring keynote speaker Bernadette Melnyk, dean of the College of Nursing, associate vice president for Health Promotion, chief wellness officer. Also featuring Sit Less, Stand More: Health Risks of Excessive Sitting by Anup Kanodia, MD, MPH, assistant professor, Family Medicine, Wexner Medical Center. Lunch and breakfast will be provided.
May 3, 2013
Women Don’t Ask Presented by Sara Laschever
Sponsors: College of Medicine's Center for FAME, Office of Gender Initiatives in STEMM, College of Public Health, and The Women’s Place
Friday, noon – 1:30 pm
Location: 160 Meiling Hall
Whether it’s a higher salary, much-deserved promotion, or more help at home, women find it hard to ask for what they want. They pay for their restraint in every part of their lives—in lost income, slower career progress, barred access to leadership roles at work, and health risks at home.
Drawing on research in psychology, sociology, organizational behavior and economics as well as interviews with men and women from all walks of life, Women Don't Ask is the first book to identify the dramatic difference between men and women in their propensity to negotiate for what they want.
Sara Laschever, co-author of Women Don't Ask, has written extensively about women’s life and career obstacles. She lectures and teaches workshops about women and negotiation and women’s challenges in the modern workforce for corporate audiences, colleges and universities, law firms, government agencies, and women’s leadership conferences in the U.S. and around the world.
In this lecture, Laschever will show women how to begin looking at their world with a sense of expanded possibilities—how to assume that everything is negotiable and then go about readying themselves to ask for and get much more of what they want.
Reception will follow the lecture.
To view the lecture via simulcast, copy and paste this link into your Internet Explorer Browser: mms://streaming1.osu.edu/wmtencoder/meilinghd.wmv (Unlawful duplication is prohibited.)
Women Don't Ask and Ask For It are for sale at 40% off, only $10 each. Please email Aubre Green to purchase your copy.
April 16, 2013
Dateline Kabul: The Quest to Give Afghan Women a Voice
Sponsors: The Mershon Cener for International Security Studies, The School of Communication, The Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, The Women's Place and the Middle East Studies Center
Thursday, 1 - 2 pm
Location: 0020 Page Hall
Amie Ferris-Rotman is an online/print journalist with Reuters. Since December 2011, as senior correspondent for Reuters in Afghanistan, she has focused on the struggles women face eleven years into the NATO-led war. She scooped the story of a woman’s public execution near Kabul, which sparked global outcry. She will speak to us about her journey as a reporter in Afghanistan, and some of the situations women experience daily in Afghanistan.
April 2, 2013
Life Design for the 3rd/3rd: What is your next?
Tuesday, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Fee: free, registration required, we're sorry, the workshop is full
We're living much longer but under an outdated paradigm called retirement, invented by the leisure industry 50 years ago. This has caused many — both those forced into it and some who willingly choose it — to experience a loss of identity, sense of relevance or disillusionment.
But by taking charge of your life and intentionally designing your 3rd/3rd, you can live this life stage motivated, excited, and fulfilled. How would it feel to fully embrace the breathtaking opportunity of extra years, after mid-life?
This experiential workshop will detail the research-based elements of a successful 3rd/3rd mindset and give you a framework for your life design.
The workshop will be led by Life Strategist and Executive Coach Jan Allen, who, in addition to having a full coaching practice, is also the founder of 3rd/3rd Ignited, an enterprise that provides maps and apps to live this time of life vibrantly. See www.3rd3rdIgnited.com and www.janallen.org.
Allen recently gave a TEDx talk called "Retiring Retirement: A Personal Upgrade for the 3rd/3rd." She is a three-time graduate of The Ohio State University, with a BA in political science, a master's degree in social work, and a juris doctor from the Moritz College of Law.
Space is limited and registration is required. To register, email email@example.com — we're sorry, the workshop is full. Attendees are welcome to bring a brown bag lunch.
March 21, 2013
DISCO Forum: Diversity Talk: Changing the Discourse, Changing Course
Sponsors: DISCO, Multicultural Center, ODI, Kirwan, and The Women's Place
Thursday, 1 - 4:45 pm, followed by a reception and recognition ceremony
Location: Thompson Library, 11th floor
The forum will feature:
- Ernesto Martinez (associate professor of Women's and Gender Studies, and affiliate of Ethnic Studies at University of Oregon); and
- Stephanie Fryberg (assistant professor in the Department of Psychology and affiliate in American Indian Studies at University of Arizona).
This half-day forum will consider the future of diversity in higher education generally and at Ohio State in particular. The first session (1-2:45) will consist of professors Martinez and Fryberg sharing insights from a forthcoming collection of essays, Engaging Our Faculties: New Dialogues on Diversity in Higher Education, followed by Ohio State faculty members reflecting on similar experiences. The second session (3-4:45) will take a workshop format and will focus explicitly on diversity at Ohio State as it relates to such issues as access, climate, interdisciplinary research and teaching, and the politics of institutionalization. It will also highlight current diversity initiatives at Ohio State, including recommendations that are being formulated by subcommittees of the No Place for Hate Task Force that will be presented to the Ohio State administration in late spring.
March 20, 2013
Impostor Syndrome: Confidence/Courage/Careers
Sponsors: The Women's Place and Gender Initiatives In STEMM
Wednesday, 11:30 am workshop the workshop is full but the 4 pm lecture is open
Location: 4 pm lecture will be in Saxbe Auditorium, Drinko Hall
Fee: Free, registration required for the 11:30 am workshop only, email firstname.lastname@example.org the workshop is full but the 4 pm lecture is open
Do you often dismiss your accomplishments as luck or timing? Do you think, "If I can do it, anyone can"? When you do succeed do you think, "Whew, fooled them again"? It's called the impostor syndrome.
The Women's Place and Gender Initiatives In STEMM recognize Women's History Month with a workshop and presentation by Dr. Valerie Young, internationally-known speaker and leading expert on the impostor syndrome. Join us to further explore these concepts with the author of The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It. Young has decades of in-the-trenches research that has uncovered the often surprising reasons why so many accomplished women experience this crushing self-doubt.
Combining insightful analysis with effective advice and anecdotes, Young explains what the impostor syndrome is, why fraud fears are more common in women, and how you can recognize the way it manifests in your life. Move from "Impostorium" to confidence.
Lunch, including a vegetarian option, will be provided at the 11:30 am workshop. Registration is not required for the 4 pm lecture.
February 28, 2013
Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Strategies
Women and Heart Health at Mansfield
Sponsors: Mansfield Campus, Wexner Medical Center, The Women's Place
Thursday, noon - 1 pm
Location: Riedl Hall 151, Mansfield Campus
Nkechinyere N. Ijioma, MD, will speak about women and heart health. Dr. Ijioma is a second year cardiology fellow at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. She earned her medical degree at the University of Nigeria, Enugu State. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City, Iowa, prior to moving to Columbus, Ohio for her fellowship in cardiovascular medicine. After completing her fellowship, Dr. Ijioma intends to pursue further training in interventional cardiology.
February 21, 2013
Leading Meetings Webinar
Sponsors: Offices of Academic Affairs and Human Resources and The Women’s Place
Thursday, noon – 1:30 pm
Location: Participant's computer or other convenient location with internet
Unfocused, unproductive, and unruly meetings create stress, lower morale, waste time, and are generally a source of major frustration. How to successfully plan and lead meetings are skills that can be learned. Participate in this webinar to strengthen the meetings you lead. Directions for participating in this webinar will be sent to those who register for the session.
Dr. Grace Ayafor
Dr. Khadijah Breathett
February 19, 2013
"What's Your Story": Tales of the Heart
Sponsors: Wexner Medical Center, The Women's Place, MCC, and Society of Sisters
Tuesday, 6 - 8 pm
Location: Multicultural Center (MCC) Great Meeting Room
The Office of Student Life's Multicultural Center in partnership with the Wexner Medical Center, The Women's Place and the ladies of the Society of Sisters will host "What's Your Story": Tales of the Heart.
In an effort to bring awareness to the leading cause of death in the United States and among women, this event will provide an intimate space for students, faculty, and staff to have a dialogue about heart health among women of color.
Attendees will have the opportunity to learn the facts and understand the risks from expert physicians in the field of cardiovascular medicine and also hear the personal stories of fellow buckeyes impacted by heart disease and stroke. Dr. Khadijah Breathett and Dr. Grace Ayafor, both fellows in the OSU cardiovascular medicine program, will speak.
Khadijah Breathett, MD is a general cardiology fellow at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center who plans to become a specialist in advanced heart failure and heart transplant. She was one of the recipients of the 2012 American Heart Association Women in Cardiology Trainee Award for Excellence. She obtained her residency training in internal medicine at Duke University Medical Center where she also was a recipient of the Barton F. Haynes Resident Research Award.
Dr. Breathett obtained her medical school training at the University of Michigan Medical School, graduating with distinction in service and awarded the annual Ralph M Gibson Senior Award, designated for pursuit of academic excellence and dedication to addressing health disparities. Dr. Breathett cares most about the eradication of racial and gender health care disparities particularly in cardiovascular disease.
Grace Ayafor, MD, is one of the cardiology chief fellows at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Dr. Ayafor earned her medical degree at St. Matthew's University School of Medicine in Grand Cayman. She completed her residence in internal medicine at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City, Iowa, prior to moving to Columbus, Ohio for her fellowship in cardiovascular medicine.
After completing her cardiology fellowship, Dr. Ayafor will pursue further training in interventional cardiology, to become one of a handful of female interventional cardiologists in the country. She is interested in understanding and decreasing gender disparities in cardiovascular health, particularly in relation to interventional procedures and outcomes.
February 15-16, 2013
2013 Hiphop Literacies Conference: Pedagogies for Social Change
Sponsors: College of Education and Human Ecology, The Women's Place, and more
Friday - Saturday
Location: OSU Ohio Union and Hale Center, King Arts Complex
Fee: free, registration required
The 2013 Hiphop Literacies conference features keynotes, performances and workshops by leading scholars, educators, and artists and focuses on pedagogies for social change in its attempt to target innovative, critical, and activist work that uses Hiphop and popular culture including a wide range of media across geographic and virtual space, diverse populations, and methods for stimulating freedom movement.
The conference is especially interested in student-centered curriculum, integrating media, arts, community-based projects, progressive learning, and teaching that are participatory, inquiry-based, and interdisciplinary addressing social issues such as impoverishment, mass incarceration, community re-entry, sexism, human rights, language diversity, literacy, education, and social inequality. The goal is to continue to locate and instigate unified critical movement on behalf of critical scholars, researchers, students, teachers, artists, community members, and policy makers.
This year the Hiphop Literacies is collaborating with the National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research Conference (NCTEAR), several of the events are jointly hosted. Check their website.
More information, including schedule of events, locations, and keynote speakers
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