Change Style Preference: Strengthening Your Capacity to Lead Self & Others online workshop
What is your change style preference? Would you be an originator? A conserver? Or would you find yourself in the pragmatist category? Which category would my team members fall? Does it matter? Yes it does...knowing our tendencies and understanding their r ...
Wonder Woman Wednesdays- Webinar 1- Joy Zhao, Ph.D.
Corporate Career Coach / Self-Empowerment Strategist / 2X Fortune 100 Executive / Thick-Skin Theorist Joy is a Corporate Career Coach, Business Executive, and Self-Empowerment Strategist who guides business professionals in maximizing potential, rising ...
2023 CFAES Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Speaker Series
Please save the dates so you can join us for all events! All sessions will take place on Zoom from 12:00 pm-1:15 pm EST on the third Thursdays in February, April, July, and September. Each session will involve a presentation followed by Q&A. See below ...
"To Thine Own Self Be True"
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Inclusive and Equitable Hiring Practices
This 90-minute program provides an overview of best practices for recruiting a diverse candidate pool and equitably evaluating them. Participants will examine the role that various forms of bias can play in screening applicants and identify ways that priv ...
Wonder Woman Wednesdays- Webinar 2- Melissa Gilliam, MD, MPH
Dr. Melissa Gilliam is Executive Vice President and Provost at The Ohio State University where she holds the Engie-Axium chair. As the institution’s chief academic officer, she oversees 15 colleges across six campuses with more than 67,000 students and ne ...
Wonder Woman Wednesdays-Webinar 5- Cathann Kress, Ph.D.
Dr. Cathann A. Kress has served as Vice President for Agricultural Administration and Dean of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) at The Ohio State University since May 2017, and was reappointed for a second term in June ...
Wonder Woman Wednesdays- Webinar 4- Kathy Lechman, Ph.D.
After having served two years as the Associate Director for the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, Dr. Kathy Lechman has returned to the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences as Assistant Dean and Directo r of Divers ...
The Contemporary Relevance of Historic Black Land Loss
At the close of the Civil War, Black Americans owned very little farmland but began acquiring it at a rapid pace, so that by 1910, Black farmers owned more than 16 million acres. This, however, would be the peak of Black farmland ownership in the United S ...
Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size: Moving Away from Harmful Diet Culture Toward Self-Compassion
The diet industry in the United State is worth nearly $65 billion dollars and its success can be attributed to a 95% long-term failure rate. Weight management programs feed on insecurities that are perpetuated by societal norms of beauty and health. Diet ...