News and Events

JAN 28, 2020
Claudia Buchmann, PhD, is a Distinguished Professor in the College of Arts and Sciences. She is internationally known for her research on gender inequalities in education, with a focus on how women have come to attain more education than men in most regions of the world today.
JAN 29, 2020
Join the Association of Staff and Faculty Women to learn from university representatives from admissions, distance education, and individuals with personal experience on completing a degree while employed. This will be an opportunity to ask questions related to pursuing a degree as an employee.
FEB 7, 2020
All Ohio State staff, faculty and students are invited to join the next Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA) Women in IT (WIT) virtual conference Feb. 7, 1-4pm. The virtual conference theme this year is "Leadership in a Culture of Constant Change."
FEB 18, 2020
In honor of the World Day of Social Justice, join the Multicultural Center for a day of education, art, and films on a variety of social justice topics. Drop in and leave as you please, grab some food and refreshments, and engage in dialogues about social justice throughout the day.
FEB 18, 2020
This film takes a deep dive into the lives of black girls and the practices, cultural beliefs and policies that disrupt one of the most important factors in girls' lives - education. A panel discussion with some of the women and girls featured in the film from the Columbus Preparatory School for Girls will follow the screening.
FEB 20, 2020
The Association of Staff and Faculty Women presents Candace Miller, a nurse at the Wexner Medical Center who runs a non profit outreach that helps homeless and sex trafficking victims. Both members and nonmembers are welcome.
FEB 20, 2020
Join Ohio State University's Women of Color Employee Resource Group and attend their monthly leadership series events. The February meeting features speaker Dr. Patricia Hicks, 3-4:30pm, at the James Cancer Hospital L045. Contact Wanda Dillard,, to join.
FEB 27, 2020
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The Thrive Columbus 2020 Summit is for every woman! Whether you own your own business, work in corporate America, manage a family or you're retired, you will leave with knowledge, inspiration and action steps to help you move forward in accomplishing your personal and professional ambitions.
FEB 27, 2020
A champion for women, Symone D. Sanders is a seasoned political strategist who rose to prominence in 2016 when she became the youngest presidential press secretary on record and was named to Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of 16 young Americans shaping the 2016 election. As UBWM keynote, Symone will focus on leadership, social activism, diversity, social change, and current political and social issues.