The arc of the diversity movement in one man’s life
Alumnus Mac Stewart attended segregated schools and learned from Civil Rights pioneers. America still has inclusion work to do, he says.
The Office of Academic Affairs is now the EHE Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE) offering the same great services ranging from advising to career support.
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In the National Academy of Kinesiology’s 2023 rankings of doctoral programs, the college’s program studying the science of movement moved up
Education and human ecology students build careers that will inspire learning and living
Once rare, Black youth suicide spiked in recent years. Indigenous youth have struggled with the trend for decades. Can instilling community and culture reverse a heartbreaking phenomenon for us all?
On Tuesday, Feb. 13, author Tony Delarosa will visit Ohio State to speak about his new book, Teaching the Invisible Race: Employing a Pro-Asian American Lens in Schools.