$2.5M grant from Howard Hughes Medical Institute to advance STEM education will support ODI SELF program
The STEM Emerging Leadership Fellows program (SELF) will be housed in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) to improve Ohio State’s readiness for SELF students.Read More
Ohio State Medical student awarded for fight against racial disparities in health care
Deborah Fadoju, a fourth-year medical student studying to become an OB-GYN, received the first-annual Sylvia B. Kelly Medical Scholarship from the Association for Community Affiliated Plans, which represents not-for-profit Safety Net Health Plans working to improve the health of those with low income or significant need.
Center for Ethnic Studies discusses ethnicity, looks to help students understand their identity
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, “ethnicity” defines groups of people classified into common racial, tribal, religious, linguistic or cultural backgrounds. Yet, many students have found this definition to be narrow and troubling in their own experiences.
Child care program expanded for Buckeye parenting students under new four-year federal grant
Parenting students at regional campuses in Mansfield and Newark are now eligible for spots in a federally subsidized child care program under an expanded $2 million, four-year CCAMPIS grant approved for The Ohio State University's Office of Diversity and Inclusion.