The only way is through: Autumn 2020 Ohio State Alumni Magazine
Whether our blinders were torn off in May or we are bearing the pain of the millionth cut, we will confront racism and its manifestations. We can learn so much from the Ohio State faculty and staff, alumni and students who work toward equity and justice. We hope the people you meet in these stories will lead you by their examples of grit, intellect and righteous determination.Read More
Confronting inequity on our home front by Aaron Marshall
This month and next, Ohio State alumni, faculty, students and leaders are participating in a series of online discussions on the theme Ripe for Change: Conversations About Race in America. The series is propelled in part by Ohio State Alumni Magazine’s stories about what Buckeyes are doing to make a more just and equitable world, and will feature sources from several of the stories.
Bringing inclusion to the North Country, a SUNY Potsdam Professor speaks to his experiences
Following an injury at one of his jobs, Dr. Torres switched his career path to focus on the human body and how it functions. He first attended Portland State University where he received his Bachelor’s in Exercise Science, and later went on to receive his masters and PhD at The Ohio State University.
Dr. Michelle Gray (MCDB PhD '03) listed in 100 Inspiring Black Scientists in America
This list of 100 inspiring Black scientists includes 75 established investigators that range from tenure track Assistant Professors to Associate Professors and Full Professors. The last 25 scientists included are those that are considered rising stars.
Study reveals why some blame Asian Americans for COVID-19
A blend of racial prejudice, poor coping and partisan media viewing were found in Americans who stigmatized people of Asian descent during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study.