$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
Proposals approved for additional RAISE (Race, Inclusion and Social Equity) faculty
The Office of Academic Affairs has approved 22 additional faculty positions to be created through the RAISE (Race, Inclusion and Social Equity) initiative.
Black Joy: Expansive, Unfiltered, Unapologetic
The Frank W. Hale Jr., Black Cultural Center is part of a multi-venue art exhibition that basks in the joy of original art made by local Black creatives. The exhibition promotes, explores, and celebrates the beauty of pan-Africanism through art with the intention to unite and uplift the Black community. Focusing geographically on Columbus artists, the intention is to bring Black artists from the community and Ohio State into one space.
Studying the Retention of First-Generation College Students in a Public University Honors Program
Collegiate honors programs provide high-ability students rigorous academic experiences and increased access to co-curricular opportunities compared to traditional paths of study. Despite their numerous academic and social benefits to student success, honors programs typically lack student diversity, enrolling lower proportions of underrepresented minority, first-generation college students, and low-income college students relative to their general institutional populations.