Black and gifted: A trailblazer's backstory
Nationally recognized expert Donna Ford tells her backstory on being gifted, black and poor in East Cleveland, and how it motivated her to create change for gifted children of color. -Robin Chenoweth is a writer for The Ohio State University's College of Education and Human Ecology. She spoke to Dr. Donna Ford, a professor of special education.
Buckeye diversity champion elected president of National Medical Association
A Buckeye has been elected to lead the National Medical Association (NMA)—the oldest and largest organization representing African American physicians and their patients, according to a recent announcement from the group.
Logan featured in PBS NewsHour segments on coronavirus-related racial disparities
PBS NewsHour featured Trevon Logan, professor of economics and associate dean, in a two-part segment on the racial disparities in health and economics as illuminated by the coronavirus pandemic.