LISTEN: ODI 2021 Couch Concert
The hits didn't quit as we celebrated being Buckeyes and our unwavering commitment and advocacy on behalf of historically underrepresented students, faculty and staff.LISTEN: ODI 2021 Couch Concert
Why some college sports are often out of reach for students from low-income families
Playing on a college sports team takes more than talent, according to Ohio State's Chris Knoester, an associate professor of sociology, and James Tompsett, a graduate student in Sociology.
Leaders Influence Diversity AND Inclusion
Here on Lead Read Today, I often write about negative situations; sadly, discussing diversity and inclusion often entails difficult stories. But for this month’s post, I wanted to focus on something positive
When the ‘Gates’ are Literally and Figuratively Closed to Gifted and Talented Education for Black Students
Since its inception, the field of gifted and talented education (GATE) has been steeped in controversy and inequities due to the initial and ongoing underrepresentation of Black students, followed by Hispanic students.
Bell Fellow Kwame Christian ’13 honored by Moritz College of Law
Christian received the Outstanding Recent Alumnus Award, granted to an individual who has graduated from Moritz Law within the past 10 years whose accomplishments exemplify outstanding professionalism or loyalty to the college community.