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.
October 16, 2013
2013 Annual Women's Reception
Sponsor: The Women's Place
Wednesday, 4 - 6 pm
Location: Longaberger Alumni House, Sanders Grand Lounge, 2200 Olentangy River Rd
Fee: Free and open to campus and Columbus community
Don't miss this opportunity to celebrate Ohio State women, catch up with colleagues and friends, and just have fun! All faculty and staff (men and women) are invited. The reception is an excellent opportunity to meet people from all areas of the university community.
This year we will highlight women who work, either formally or informally, to increase, support, and/or educate about diversity, in addition to recognizing women who have been recently hired or promoted. Valerie Lee, vice provost for Diversity and Inclusion, vice president for Outreach and Engagement, and chief diversity officer will be our honoree. Special guests include President Alutto and Provost Steinmetz.
We hope to see you there!
A PowerPoint presentation from the lecture described below is available — see the link following the lecture description.
Dr. Denise Sekaquaptewa
Dr. Jennifer Linderman
September 13, 2013
Faculty Recruitment Workshop: Strategies and Tactics for Recruiting to Increase Diversity and Excellence (STRIDE)
Academic Leader Development Series
Sponsors: The Women's Place, Gender Initiatives in STEMM, Project CEOS, Office of Academic Affairs, Office of Human Resources
Friday, 1:30 - 3:30 pm
Location: 160 Cunz Hall
Fee: free, registration required
Learn practices that will maximize the likelihood that diverse, highly qualified candidates for faculty positions will be identified, and, if selected, will be successfully recruited, retained, and promoted. Members of the STRIDE Committee, University of Michigan’s National Science Foundation ADVANCE program that specializes in diversity hiring practices, will lead the workshop.
- Who should attend the workshop?: deans, department chairs, search committee chairs and search committee members
- Goal of the program: learn evidence-based strategies for recruiting, retaining, and promoting exceptional faculty at Ohio State
Jennifer Linderman and Denise Sekaquaptewa will facilitate the workshop. Dr. Linderman is a professor of chemical engineering and biomedical engineering, and a member of the Centers for Systems Biology and for Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics at the University of Michigan. She is a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering. As associate director of the University of Michigan ADVANCE Program and director of the ADVANCE program in the College of Engineering, she works to improve faculty recruitment, retention, climate and leadership at the university.
Dr. Sekaquaptewa is a professor of psychology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She also serves as associate director of the University of Michigan ADVANCE program and has served as an associate editor for the journals Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, and Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Learn more about STRIDE.
September 11, 2013
Implicit Bias Conversation
Sponsor: The Women's Place
Wednesday, 2:30 - 4:30 pm
Location: Hale Hall
Have you noticed that most university leaders are from the same demographic group? That some types of people get ignored in meetings? That some categories of employees are treated differently from others? Bring what you’ve noticed to an “unconference” on unconscious associations at Ohio State, and let’s talk about what we all notice and no one discusses! Join The Women’s Place for candid conversations — let's talk about real change!
July 29-31, 2013
Art of Hosting Training
Sponsor: The Women's Place
Location: Mansfield Campus, Student Union, Eisenhower Hall/Memorial Center
Fee: $150; register by July 15
The Art of Hosting Meaningful Conversations (AoH) blends a suite of powerful conversational processes that invite people to step in and take charge of the challenges facing them in an inherently more democratic way than most conversations. People who experience AoH typically say that they walk away feeling more empowered and able to help guide the meetings and conversations they are part of towards more effective and desirable outcomes.
The Women’s Place (TWP) is working with others in the university system to explore how implicit bias impacts the creation of an equitable and inclusive university environment. We invite you to come together for a three-day, residential retreat to delve into this issue as you develop Art of Hosting skills. You will:
- Learn methodologies in hosting, designing, and harvesting meaningful conversations
- Experience meaningful conversations around implicit bias to seed a larger initiative concerning implicit bias on campus
- Learn how to contribute to the university community by hosting and designing conversations that matter in their own contexts
Retreat Logistics Information
Training Dates: July 29-31, 2013, Monday-Wednesday
This retreat is residential, with activities from 9am - 5pm on Mon. and Tues, 9am - 3pm on Weds.
Training Cost: $150 (includes training materials, all meals and snacks, and student apartment housing during the training). Payment instructions will be emailed to registrants.
Accommodations: The Mansfield student housing options, Molyet Village Apartments, are two-bedroom apartments with 1 bathroom and five-bedroom apartments with 2 bathrooms. The number of two-bedroom apartments is limited, and will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. Both options include a full kitchen (cooking utensils and dinnerware are not provided) and wireless Internet connection. Linens, towels, wash clothes, soap, and toilet paper will be provided. For location information, visit the Mansfield Campus map page.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks will be provided on Monday and Tuesday. Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided on Wednesday.
Registration: online at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LBF7JTS by July 15. Participation is limited to 50.
Payment options: check or interdepartmental fund transfer (eRequest)
- Payment is due by Monday July 22, 2013 to the The Women’s Place, Attn: Diane Florian.
- Please make checks payable to The Ohio State University.
- Mail all check payments to:
The Women's Place
1947 College Rd
400 Stillman Hall
Columbus, OH 43210
Attn: Diane Florian
Interdepartmental Fund Transfer (eRequest):
- eRequest needs to be submitted and approved by Monday, July 22, 2013.
- Complete an eRequest using the Internal Order option.
- The internal vendor you will use is “OAA Administration.”
July 17 - 20, 2013
MALCS 2013 Summer Institute
Sponsors: Office of Diversity and Inclusion, The Women's Place, Hispanic Oversight Committee, DISCO, and the Department of Comparative Studies (see full list below)
Thursday - Saturday, all day
Location: Ohio Union, Hagerty Hall, Mendenhall Lab
Fee: $25-65 + housing + meals; register online through Sunday, June 30, 2013
The MALCS Summer Institute, ¡Aquí Estamos!/We Are Here!: Movements, Migrations, Pilgrimage and Belonging, is coming to Ohio State in 2013! MALCS stands for Mujeres Activas En Letras Y Cambio Social, which in English means Women Active in Letters and Social Change. MALCS is a national organization dedicated to the recruitment, retention, promotion and support of Chicanas, Latinas, Native American Women, Afro-Latinas and Asian-Latinas in the academy and community.
The conference will feature presentations by Chicana, Latina, and Native American women undergraduate, graduate and faculty researchers; skills building and professionalization workshops; community organizing workshops; keynote and plenary presentations; and cultural events. The MALCS Summer Institute is open to undergraduates, graduate students, staff, faculty, community members, and artists.
The Institute is designed to challenge attendees intellectually by sharing work and ideas; it creates an informal space for socializing and networking, and offers a safe space to present early work for discussion and development. It's a unique and creative space from which attendees emerge energized and ready to engage the world again. For more information on MALCS visit: http://malcs.org.
This event is an opportunity to build strong Latina networks between those of us in higher education and communities throughout the state and region to better serve our communities, as well as a unique opportunity to enhance diversity at Ohio State.
Sponsors include: Center for Latin American Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences' Office of Strategic Recruitment and Diversity Initiatives, Department of Comparative Studies, Organization of Hispanic Faculty and Staff, Department of History, Diversity and Identity Studies Collective (DISCO), Latina/o Graduate and Professional Student Association (LGPSA), Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI), Organization of Hispanic Faculty and Staff at OSU (OHFS), Project CEOS (Comprehensive Equity at Ohio State), The Multicultural Center, and The Women's Place.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org — 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.
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