Should you have any questions about the above information or the request form as you complete it, please contact the Program Specialist for Social Justice Engagement, Stephen Deaderick (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All workshops require PowerPoint capability, internet access, and sound. If other accommodations are required (e.g. copies, computer, etc.) the facilitator will inform the requesting party. All equipment should be set up at least 15 minutes prior to the workshop's start time so that the facilitator can pull up any materials on the computer and to ensure starting on time.
Unless otherwise noted, you should expect all workshops to last approximately one hour in length. We are able to tailor the content to fit a 45-minute time frame or to last longer than one hour, but we are unable to fulfill requests made for a time frame that lasts for fewer than 45 minutes.
Details about what each workshop entails and the appropriate audience for each can be found here: http://mcc.osu.edu/education-and-training/buck-identity-workshops/
Resident Advisors/Student Organizations: Our team would be pleased to assist with your next program! We ask that RAs work in pairs for the planning and marketing of each residence hall workshop. Each request form should include the names of all collaborators for the event. Please be sure to include specific information about the program and its location.
Since we are student-centered office, please note that students receive priority in our request system. Learning and Development (https://gatewaytolearning.osu.edu) within the Office of Human Resources is a great resource for staff and faculty workshops focused on diversity and inclusion. In the event that we cannot accommodate you, we are happy to refer you to them.
Open Doors requests will be passed on to our Program Specialist for Open Doors, Hannah Simonetti (email@example.com), and she will contact you about scheduling it.
NATIVE AMERICAN/INDIGENOUS WORKSHOPSPlease select "Native American/Indigenous" below to request one of these workshop and place the specific topic from this list in the "Purpose/Goals" section. These requests will be filtered to Melissa Jacob, Intercultural Specialist for Native American/Indigenous Student Initiatives (firstname.lastname@example.org)- Navigating Native American Student Services at Ohio State- What Does it Mean to be Native at OSU?- Harmful Mascots: The Use of Native American People as Mascots- Frybread Power: The Painful History of Resilience and Survival- Why Do We Celebrate Thanksgiving?- The Art of Native American Beadwork- An Unholy Childhood: The Michigan Indian Boarding School Experience- Who is Indigenous? Definitions of Nationhood and Belonging
BLACK/AFRICAN AMERICAN WORKSHOPSPlease select "Black/African American" below to request this type of workshop. Please describe in detail in the "Purpose/Goals" section what you would like to cover in the workshop. These requests will be filtered to Katherine Betts, Intercultural Specialist for African/African American Student Initiatives (email@example.com).
*THIS SECTION WILL SOON BE UPDATED WITH OTHER OFFERINGS FROM THE INTERCULTURAL SPECIALISTS*
Should you have any questions or do not hear from us, please contact Stephen Deaderick (firstname.lastname@example.org).