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  1. Jim Downs

    https://agnr.osu.edu/people/jim-downs

    Jim Downs Assistant Professor, Forestry Field Specialist Forestry (740) 603-3224 downs.63@osu.edu Download Jim Downs's CV M.S.- Natural Resources, The Ohio State University B.S.- Natural Resources, The Ohio State University A.A.S.- Forest Management, ...

  2. Andrew James Londo, Ph.D.

    https://agnr.osu.edu/people/andrew-james-londo-phd

    Andrew James Londo, Ph.D. Professor and State Extension Silviculture Specialist Forestry 232 Kottman Hall, 2021 Coffee Road, Columbus, OH 43210 (614) 495-6592 londo.2@osu.edu Andrew Londo, Ph.D. is a Professor of Silviculture in the Department of Extensio ...

  3. Asmita Murumkar, Ph.D.

    https://agnr.osu.edu/people/asmita-murumkar-phd

    Asmita Murumkar, Ph.D. Ecosystems Services Field Specialist Modeling of hydrology; water quality; soil health; agroecosystem resilience 590 Woody Hates Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43210 (614) 266-8567 murumkar.1@osu.edu Dr. Murumkar conducts applied research an ...

  4. (Speaker Series) Contemporary Differences in U.S. Farm Financial Performance by Race: Does Farm Size Matter?

    https://cfaesdei.osu.edu/events/speaker-series-contemporary-differences-us-farm-financial-performance-race-does-farm-size

    What are the similarities and differences across farms operated by producers of different races? This talk examines whether farm financial performance differs among farms operated by White, Black, and Native American producers. Black and Native American f ...

  5. (Speaker Series) Neurodivergence and Entomology: A Panel Discussion

    https://cfaesdei.osu.edu/events/speaker-series-neurodivergence-and-entomology-panel-discussion

    Join us for a special panel discussion about the intersection of neurodivergence and entomology. Speakers in various stages of their careers will describe not just the challenges they have faced as neurodivergent entomologists, but also the unique skills ...

  6. (Speaker Series) Indigenous Right Relations: Shifting Power and Land Forward

    https://cfaesdei.osu.edu/events/speaker-series-indigenous-right-relations-shifting-power-and-land-forward

    This talk will provide an overview of efforts by The Nature Conservancy to support the sovereignty of Indigenous Peoples throughout North America, with a few examples of how they have engaged locally in the land now called “Ohio.” There are currently 45 f ...

  7. Workshop: Implicit Associations, Insidious Assumptions: Unintended Manifestations of Bias in Everyday Life

    https://cfaesdei.osu.edu/events/workshop-implicit-associations-insidious-assumptions-unintended-manifestations-bias-4

    This 2-hour workshop will provide an introduction to unconscious associations that can lead to an affinity toward or prejudice against some people (implicit bias). We will explore how our socialization process leads to the formation of conscious and uncon ...

  8. 2024 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Speaker Series

    https://cfaesdei.osu.edu/workshopsprograms/cfaes-dei-speaker-series/2024-dei-speaker-series

    The CFAES Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Virtual Speaker Series invites distinguised speakers to address a variety of DEI topics related to the disciplines of food, agricultural, and environmental sciences. The speaker series strives to center the voice ...

  9. Workshop: Responding to Microaggressions: Bystander Intervention Strategies that Work for Everyone

    https://cfaesdei.osu.edu/events/workshop-responding-microaggressions-bystander-intervention-strategies-work-everyone-0

    All too often we witness subtle comments or behaviors frequently rooted in bias that cause harm to others, sometimes unintentionally and frequently directed toward people from marginalized social identity groups. Have you ever witnessed a bias incident su ...

  10. Workshop: The Gift of Accountability: How to Respond When Someone Calls You In/Out for Causing Harm

    https://cfaesdei.osu.edu/events/workshop-gift-accountability-how-respond-when-someone-calls-you-inout-causing-harm-1

    We all do it- say or do something, often unintentionally, that causes harm to someone. Maybe it's just a slip of the tongue or a microaggression. Sometimes, we're lucky and an ally intervenes to let us know what we did that caused harm and why. ...

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