News and Events

MAR 3, 2021
The OSU Leadership Center invites you to learn more about women in the workplace and how to create an inclusive and equitable environment. Every Wednesday in March 2021 from 11:30am - 12:30pm EST, they will be offering a complimentary webinar in celebration of Women's History Month.
FEB 25, 2021
The Student Life Multicultural Center offers an interactive and engaging training around providing LGBTQ inclusive classrooms. This workshop is geared for faculty and instructors to provide inclusive classroom spaces for LGBTQ students.
FEB 25, 2021
Out of music to listen to while working from home? Audiobooks not doing the trick anymore? Podcasts are here to help. Join Association of Staff and Faculty Women Past-President Jera Oliver for a lunch-time podcast swap and spend some time listening to a episode about leadership from the Harvard Business Review. Bring your favorite podcast to share and leave with new recommendations.
FEB 25, 2021
Women for Economic and Leadership Development presents this panel discussion in which friends and colleagues will share their direct experiences regarding 'belonging.' Panelists will share their strategies for building bridges and instilling a sense of belonging regardless of differences. Registration closes on February 18, 2021.
FEB 25, 2021
The Kirwan Institute presents its Bi-Weekly Forum Series Featuring Dr. Camille Quinn, assistant professor in the Ohio State College of Social Work.
FEB 25, 2021
Dr. Camille Quinn, assistant professor in the Ohio State University College of Social Work, will present community-engaged research addressing health equity and crime desistance for justice-involved black girls and young women. All Kirwan Institute forums are virtual, free, open to the public and recorded.
FEB 25, 2021
Many governments have passed laws to improve gender parity, but implementation too often falls short. This second panel of a five-part virtual event series will focus on effective strategies for getting laws fully implemented and enforced to make a tangible difference for women in their everyday lives.
FEB 23, 2021
The average Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) woman is paid $0.87 for every $1.00 paid white, non-Hispanic men, losing hundreds of thousands of dollars over a 40-year career. This session will feature a panel of APIDA women discussing their experiences navigating various issues as professionals.
FEB 22, 2021
Join the Ohio Union Activities Board for an evening with three groundbreaking, history-making visionary Black women who have each shaped the ongoing movement for Black lives across generations.