Diversity Education Resources
- Advocates and Allies
This program is designed to bring men further into the gender equity equation by building a cross-campus network of male Allies who share an understanding of the effects of implicit bias and systematic privilege and to introduce specific practical actions to help men better support women at the university.
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.orgLink to Advocates and Allies
- BuckIDream Training
The workshop will include information on your rights, role-playing for instructors, staff, and students, bystander training, and raising awareness in your social network.
EMAIL: BuckIDream@gmail.comLink to BuckIDream Training
- CFAES Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Workshops
The CFAES Office of Equity and Inclusion offers workshops throughout the year focused on a variety of topics. All workshops are free and open to all OSU faculty, staff, postdoctoral researchers, and students.link to CFAES Office of Equity and Inclusion
- HR Learning and Development-Buckeyelearn
Offers opportunities for formal training, including management and leadership programs, online courses, team effectiveness retreats, diversity and inclusion workshops and online tools.
EMAIL: email@example.comLink to HR Learning and Development-Buckeyelearn
- Inclusive Teaching Endorsement-University Institute for Teaching and Learning
The University Institute for Teaching and Learning offers a credential on Inclusive Teaching to prepare faculty to support a diversity student body by learning a range of approaches to create an inclusive learning environment.
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org to The University Institute for Teaching and Learning
- Kirwan Institute Active Bystander Training
This training illustrates the importance of committing to being an active bystander in moments when bias emerges through microaggressions, as well as provides actionable skills to do so.
EMAIL: email@example.comLink to Kirwan Institute Active Bystander Training
- Kirwan Institute Implicit Bias Training
This course will introduce insights about how our minds operate and understanding the origins of implicit associations. You will also uncover some of your own biases and learn strategies for addressing them. Contact Preshus Thompson to request an in-person training
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.orgLink to Kirwan Institute Implicit Bias Training
- Office of Administration and Planning Diversity Guide
The Office of Administration and Planning has created a Diversity Guide that offers 6 different DEI activities and instructions that can be used as a resource to start diversity conversations in your own college or unit.link to The Office of Administration and Planning
- ODI Dialogue and Discussion Series
This series offers Ohio State faculty, staff, students and community members an opportunity to explore and to discuss exciting topics that impact diversity on the Ohio State campus as well as in the greater community. This year, there will be five (75 minutes each) sessions that mirror short “lunch and learn” sittings during the 2019-2020 academic year.
EMAIL: Robert Decatur, email@example.com to ODI Dialogue and Discussion Series
- ODI National Conference on Diversity, Race & Learning
The annual National Conference on Diversity, Race & Learning is a two-day dialogue around issues of diversity, cultural inclusion and acceptance. The conference is an ongoing conversation on diversity and its implementation across higher education, the corporate world and other facets of American society.
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.orgLink to ODI National Conference on Diversity, Race & Learning
- Open Doors
Open Doors program is an awareness and educational program out of The Ohio State University, Office of Student Life Multicultural Center. The program is designed to create a more inclusive campus by increasing participants' knowledge about bias, its effect on the campus community, how to address bias, and how to best support those experiencing bias.link to Open Doors
- REACH Suicide Prevention Training
REACH© is the name of the Ohio State suicide prevention gatekeeper training program designed to help the Ohio State community prevent suicide by teaching faculty, staff and students how to: Recognize warning signs, Engage with empathy, Ask directly about suicide, Communicate hope, Help suicidal individuals to access care and treatment.
EMAIL: email@example.comLink to REACH Suicide Prevention Training
- Recovery Spoken Here
Our aim is to foster an environment where students in or seeking recovery feel accepted by their peers, are empowered to live genuinely, feel comfortable asking for help and are celebrated by the Ohio State community.Link to Recovery Spoken Here
- Safe Zone
The Safe Zone Project addresses the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, and pansexual (LGBTQQIAP) people. Through the training program and the display of Safe Zone stickers, the project creates a visible and supportive network of allies within the campus community who have basic knowledge about issues of sexual orientation and gender identity.
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.orgLink to Safe Zone