ODI response to COVID-19
Like a family pulling together during a tough time, we are leaning on each other for support as we chart the best path forward in handling this coronavirus outbreak.Read More
ACCESS Collaborative student testifies in Washington DC
In March of 2019, ACCESS Collaborative student Jenae Parker testified before the US House Education & Labor Committee about college affordability. She spoke about her journey to receiving her Associate of Applied Science in Human Resources Management from Columbus State Community College in 2018, the challenges she overcame, the roadblocks she encountered, in particular how she would afford her college education.
Scholar Spotlight: Evelin Nunez-Rodriguez
Evelin Nunez-Rodriguez is a Young Scholar from Cleveland, Ohio who is also involved with the Latinx Student Success (LSS). YSP provides opportunities for academically talented, first-generation students with high financial need to advance their goal of pursuing higher education while LSS works to cultivate Latinx communities for academic, social, and professional support.
BNRC News-A passion for the game: evoking change and paying it forward
Unbelievable... Shocking... Cinderella... These were some of the words floated around after University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) beat Virginia 74-54 in the First Round of the NCAA Basketball Tournament and the words people will continue to use for years to come, as we became the first #16 seed to defeat a #1 seed. Though our run did not last long, UMBC has its named etched in stone forever and will always be referred to as the first team to accomplish this improbable feat. Just getting to the tournament alone was an honor.
BNRC News-Bell National Centers Executive Director Awarded for Educational Research
Founded in 1916, the American Educational Research Association (AERA) - the largest national interdisciplinary research association devoted to the scientific study of education and learning - has announced the winners of its 2019 awards for excellence in education research. Among those honored is Dr. James L. Moore III, Executive Director of the Todd Anthony Bell National Resource Center on the African American Male and Education and Human Ecology Distinguished Professor of Urban Education at The Ohio State University.