Education and Training
The Student Life Multicultural Center provides numerous education and training opportunities for OSU students, faculty, and staff as well as community members. Our mission is to promote intercultural learning on different levels. These opportunities can be used to further an individual's understanding of diversity and social justice and can also help to facilitate improved group dynamics.
We encourage faculty, staff and students to request a presentation from our staff. We share our knowledge on a wide array of diversity topics through engaging, interactive sessions.
For more information about our workshops and trainings, please contact the Program Specialist for Social Justice Engagement, Stephen Deaderick (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit one of the sites below.
For more specific sessions, please review the offerings listed below.
Also, please take a moment to look through our many educational programs, courses, workshops and training choices:
- (AIDE) Advocates for Inclusion and Diversity through Education (student leadership organization)
- Alonso Family Dialogue Series
- Buck-Identity Workshops
- Community Kit Project (programming kits)
- Crossing Identity Boundaries: A Journey Towards Intercultural Leadership ES HESA 2577 (three-credit courses)
- (DICE) Diversity, Intercultural and Community Engagement Certificate
- Open Doors Training
- Safe Zone Training