News and Events

SEP 24, 2019
Join wGBQ as they host The Women's Fund of Central Ohio to discuss how the gender and racial wealth gap affect all women.
SEP 25, 2019
The Columbus Metropolitan Club offers this luncheon featuring Kate Black (author of REPRESENT: The Woman’s Guide to Running for Office and Changing the World and a policy advisor in the federal government); Betty Montgomery (attorney and former Attorney General of Ohio); Priscilla Tyson (Columbus city councilwoman), and host Jo Ingles (reporter at the Ohio Public Radio and Television Statehouse News Bureau).
SEP 25, 2019
IGNITE OSU is hosting Kate Black, author of "Represent: The Woman's Guide to Running for Office and Changing The World" for a discussion about the book, running for office, and being a woman in today's society.
SEP 26, 2019
SÕL-CON brings together Columbus area youth, as well as industry insiders, indie comic creators and exhibitors, for a two-day expo and workshop comic convention unlike any other. Meet and learn from African American and Latinx creators and encounter some of the most innovative comics by creators of color. September 26-27, 2019.
SEP 27, 2019
SÕL-CON brings together Columbus area youth, as well as industry insiders, indie comic creators and exhibitors, for a two-day expo and workshop comic convention unlike any other. Meet and learn from African American and Latinx creators and encounter some of the most innovative comics by creators of color. September 26-27, 2019.
SEP 28, 2019
This conference will feature educational offerings by breast cancer experts from the OSUCCC – James’ Stefanie Spielman Comprehensive Breast Center. Keynote speaker is Kim Becking, breast cancer survivor and author of Nordie's at Noon. Kim provides messages of hope, inspiration, resilience and humor. The conference is free-of-charge to cancer survivors and their caregivers.
SEP 30, 2019
Join the College of Nursing’s Martha S. Pitzer Center for Women, Children and Youth at the inaugural Martha S. Pitzer Lecture. Stacey Stewart, MBA, president/CEO of the March of Dimes, will join an important discussion and dialogue on “Changing the Maternal and Child Health Crisis.” The event begins on Sept. 30 at 3 p.m. in the Grand Lounge at the Faculty Club. Please RSVP.
OCT 1, 2019
Susan G. Komen® Columbus presents an inspiring afternoon focused on the importance of self-care. Hear from Katrina McGhee, bestselling author of Be Bold. Be Brilliant. Be You. to learn how you can achieve your greatest goals while maintaining a focus on balance and self-care.
OCT 2, 2019
Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt's poems were characterized as introspective and personal, depicting the essential life of a woman in its various phases. Experts Dr. Larry R. Michaels, Sean E. Andres, and OSU English Professor Elizabeth Renker will discuss Piatt’s celebrity status, her fall into obscurity after death, and the work of recovering a poet whose writing is worthy of canonical status today.