Buddy Terry showing peace sign

The Buddy Terry Story - An Education Journey

Perhaps the most intimidating realization for any young person, who has made the decision to pursue secondary education, even if they manage to qualify for financial aid, is that in the near future they will be assuming an abundance of student loan debt.

WGSS Master's student researches on Yoruba women's reproductive rights

Odadejo is exploring how Nigeria's bride price tradition affects Yoruba women’s bodily autonomy.

"Activism is in the conversations we have everyday," says WGSS scholar Rebecca Lambert

Lambert's research focuses on the effect of emotions on feminist anti-racist activism and coalition work.

ADAM Audio presentation at OSU in June, 2019

Experiential learning with industry pros

A truly compelling mix might take hundreds of hours

Fifth Annual Graduate Conference in Environmental Arts and Humanities

Students from the Pacific Northwest share their scholarship.

EAH Launches Accelerated MA Degree for Sustainability Double Degree Undergraduates

Find out how you can get a head start on your MA degree.

Radicalizing Food

EAH student Laura Bennett studies the root causes of injustice in local food systems.

OSU Forensics: New Season. New Students, New Win

Pictured (l-r): Kaitlyn Blake, Megan Baus, Sachin Betrabet, Victoria Elligsen, Kaden Meyers, Uwe Keist, Coi Holloway, Simon Millsap.

We don't live 'in' the current system. It lives on top of us Indigenous people, says Luhui Whitebear, activist and PhD candidate in the WGSS program.

Whitebear talks about how activism and her work with tribal communities inspires and enriches her scholarship.

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