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Executive Director of Strategic Partnerships and Mission
Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Ohio State’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) supports a number of programs to increase diversity of higher education faculty, such as the Hale Center, the Todd Anthony Bell National Resource Center on the African American Male, and the nine-city Young Scholars Program, as well as being home to a wide-range of retention, mentoring, scholarship, and access programs.
The Bell National Resource Center established the Doctoral Fellows program in 2009 for graduate students who were interested in the work of the Center and are interested in academic careers as professors or postdoctoral researchers. This program is designated for Ohio State doctoral students who show much promise of becoming productive scholars on topics related to African American males. More specifically, it includes ongoing professional development and mentorship that will prepare students for the academic rigors of the academy.
Dissertation Boot Camp is a writing retreat that provides PhD candidates from underrepresented populations with the space to work on their dissertations with other Ohio State students and faculty. It is specifically designed for those students who seek to kick start their dissertations or to continue writing chapters on their dissertation.
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