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Native OSU

Date: Wednesday, January 19, 2022, 8 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Location: Zoom

Cost: Free

Link: http://go.osu.edu/nativeosu

NativeOSU is a student community that provides support and creates space for Native American and Indigenous students to explore and understand their personal identity, develop leadership opportunities and build community. NativeOSU also promotes the awareness of issues concerning Native American and Indigenous students and advances the education and understanding of Native American and Indigenous culture among cohort members and the university community.

Native OSU Meetings are held every Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. on Zoom.

Spring 2022 Schedule:

 

2/16

     Speaker: Dr. Teresa Lynch

     Join us to hear from guest speaker Dr. Teresa Lynch, Assistant        Professor in Communication Technology for the School of Communication. Lynch will focus her talk on her story, professional career, and experience as a Native faculty member on OSU’s campus. Learn more about Dr. Lynch here: https://teresa-lynch.com 

 

2/23

     Game Night

     Our NativeOSU meeting this week will center on playing games, getting to know each other and building community.

3/2

     In-Person Beading and Craft night!

3/9

Speaker: Dr. Shannon Gonzales-Miller

     Join us to hear from guest speaker Dr. Shannon Gonzales-Miller, Director of Scholarships and Grants for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Gonzales-Miller will focus her talk on her story, professional career, and experience as a Native staff member on OSU’s campus.  

3/23

     Speaker: Dr. Gregorio Gonzales

     Join us to hear from guest speaker Dr. Gregorio Gonzales, Post-Doctoral Scholar in Indigenous Knowledges for Comparative Studies. Gonzales will focus his talk on his story, professional career, and experience as a Native faculty member on OSU’s campus. 

3/30

     Speaker: Dan Montour

     Join us to hear from guest speaker Daniel Montour, Intercultural Learning Program Specialist for the Office of International Affairs. San Pedro will focus his talk on his story, professional career, and experience as a Native staff member on OSU’s campus.  

4/6

     Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: Red Sand Project

4/13

     Speaker: Dr. Elissa Washuta

     Join us to hear from guest speaker Dr. Elissa Washuta, Assistant Professor in the Department of English. Washuta will focus her talk on her story, professional career, and experience as a Native faculty member on OSU’s campus. Learn more about Dr. Washuta here: https://washuta.net 

4/20

     Community Frybread Dinner-Ohio Union Instructional Kitchen

     NativeOSU will be hosting a Frybread Dinner where our community will be able to learn the history of frybread, practice making frybread, and build community through sharing food ways.

 

 

Accessibility

Accommotions

If you require an accommodation such as live captioning or interpretation to participate in this event, please contact Madison Eagle at eagle.41@osu.edu or 614-292-4006. Requests made one week in advance of the event will generally allow us to provide seamless access, but the university will make every effort to meet requests made after this date.

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For More Information Contact:

Billy Buckeye

Madison Eagle
SL Multicultural Center
eagle.41@osu.edu
614-292-4006