Beyond Learning Loss: Exploring the Implications of COVID for Early Language and Literacy Development (Zoom)

  Dr. Elizabeth Hadley, associate professor of literacy studies at the University of South Florida   Learning experiences in the early grades play a crucial role in preparing children to be strong readers, writers and thinkers across content areas. What happens when these early learning experiences are disrupted? In a longitudinal study, Dr. Elizabeth Hadley […]

Beyond Learning Loss: Exploring the Implications of COVID for Early Language and Literacy Development (Zoom)

Learning experiences in the early grades play a crucial role in preparing children to be strong readers, writers and thinkers across content areas. What happens when these early learning experiences are disrupted? In a longitudinal study, Dr. Elizabeth Hadley followed children, whose pre-kindergarten year was disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, through the end of first […]

Greenphire ClinCard Training Session 1 (2024) (Webinar)

Learn more about the Greenphire ClinCard system at OSU. This training will cover what ClinCard is, how it works, and how it is a preferred payment method for both researchers and participants. Register

QualLab Lunch with Dr. Leslie Morrow

The QualLab is excited to welcome Dr. Leslie Morrow, 2022 Dean's Postdoctoral Fellow at OSU's College of Education and Human Ecology for our next QualLab Lunch! Join us on Thursday, March 21 2024, noon – 1 P.M, for Dr. Morrow's lecture on “Navigating the Paradox: Black Queer Revolutionary Selfhood and the Limits of 'Diversity.'" In this talk, Dr. […]

Tableau for Research Bootcamp (Workshop)

18th Avenue Library 175 West 18th Avenue, Columbus, OH, United States

The Research Commons Tableau for Research Bootcamp introduces Ohio State faculty and graduate students to Tableau, a no-code, drag and drop solution for creating visually engaging and impactful data visualizations. Workshop participants will learn to: Navigate the Tableau workspace and develop strategies for locating and critically evaluating freely available data; Connect, shape and prepare data for the […]

Speaker Series: A Win or a Flop? Measuring Mass Protest Successfulness in Authoritarian Settings (Zoom)

Friday, March 22: Dr. Kimberly Turner, Assistant Professor of International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh Title: A Win or a Flop? Measuring Protest Effects Bio: Kimberly Turner is an Assistant Professor of International Affairs with the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Kimberly Turner Prior to joining University of Pittsburgh, she […]

By the Numbers Series: High School Graduation By the Numbers (Zoom)

Friday, March 29, 12:00pm – 1:00pm: Dr. Douglas Harris, Schlieder Foundation Chair in Public Education & Director, National Center for Research on Education Access and Choice (REACH), Tulane University Title: High School Graduation By the Numbers Please join Dr. Douglas Harris, Schlieder Foundation Chair in Public Education, Director of the National Center for Research on Education Access […]

Save the Date: Research & Innovation Showcase

The Research and Innovation Showcase is a celebration of Ohio State’s research, creative expression, innovation and entrepreneurship community who are making a difference across Ohio, the nation and world through their discoveries and entrepreneurial spirit. Save the date for this annual event that culminates in the awarding of Ohio State's Innovators of the Year. The […]