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The Rise of Women in Academia: Personal and Scholarly Insights (Lecture)

This lecture is part of the Ohio State ADVANCE Faculty Research Lecture Series. The mission of Ohio State ADVANCE is to increase the representation, advancement and recruitment of women faculty in the academic STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine) careers, and contribute to the development and success of global research leaders.

About the speaker:

Claudia Buchmann, PhD, is a Distinguished Professor in the College of Arts and Sciences. She is internationally known for her research on gender inequalities in education, with a focus on how women have come to attain more education than men in most regions of the world today. She is coauthor of The Rise of Women: The Growing Gender Gap in Education and What it Means for American Schools (2013, Russell Sage Foundation) which was awarded the Otis Dudley Duncan Book Award by the American Sociological Association Section on Sociology of Population and the Outstanding Book Award of the ASA Section on Inequality Poverty and Mobility. Her early research focused on educational processes and inequality in African societies during which she received a Fulbright award to conduct fieldwork in Kenya. Since then, she has investigated race and class inequalities in access to SAT test preparation and their impact on subsequent college admission, achievement gaps between immigrant and native-born students in industrialized countries, and the global consequences of educational expansion.

Dr. Buchmann’s influential scholarship has been published in many top journals and has received widespread attention from the academic community and the news media, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and NPR. Dr. Buchmann is a member of the Sociological Research Association and a recipient of the Joan N. Huber Faculty Fellowship and the Otis Dudley Duncan Award for Outstanding Scholarship. Her research has been funded by the Spencer Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Buchmann received her BA from the University of Wisconsin and her PhD from Indiana University.

 

Dancing Across Dimensions (Presentation)

Ohio State ADVANCE launches a new faculty research lecture series focusing on the research journey of Ohio State faculty. Each lecture will feature the research of an invited faculty speaker. Speakers will also share their own research journey as a way to highlight both the challenges and successes that are part of the research process.

This lecture is part of the Ohio State ADVANCE Faculty Research Lecture Series. The mission of Ohio State ADVANCE is to increase the representation, advancement and recruitment of women faculty in the academic STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine) careers, and contribute to the development and success of global research leaders.

About the speaker: 

Dr. Hannah Kosstrin is a dance historian and movement analyst. At The Ohio State University, she is Associate Professor in the Department of Dance, affiliate faculty with the Melton Center for Jewish Studies and Slavic Center, and Arts & Humanities Faculty Fellow in the Office of Research. She is author of Honest Bodies: Revolutionary Modernism in the Dances of Anna Sokolow (Oxford, 2017), finalist for the Jordan Schnitzer Book Award. Kosstrin is Project Director for the Labanotation iPad app KineScribe and Faculty Lead for the mixed-reality dance scoring application LabanLens. Visit her website: http://u.osu.edu/kosstrin.1/

Local Community-Based Approaches to Prevent Child Maltreatment: Rethinking the Paradigm using Technology (Lecture)

Ohio State ADVANCE launches a new faculty research lecture series focusing on the research journey of Ohio State faculty. Each lecture will feature the research of an invited faculty speaker. Speakers will also share their own research journey as a way to highlight both the challenges and successes that are part of the research process.

This lecture is part of the Ohio State ADVANCE Faculty Research Lecture Series. The mission of Ohio State ADVANCE is to increase the representation, advancement and recruitment of women faculty in the academic STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine) careers, and contribute to the development and success of global research leaders.

About the speaker:

Dr. Freisthler is a professor and Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development at the Ohio State University in the College of Social Work. She runs a research program focusing on innovative approaches to study child abuse and neglect, including the study of drinking contexts related to the use of physical abuse and neglect, use of geographic information systems and spatial analysis to understand the spatial dimension of abuse and neglect, and the use of technology to improve the resource and referral process in the child welfare system.

From There to Here: The Risky Journey of a Reliable Person (Lecture)

Ohio State ADVANCE launches a new faculty research lecture series focusing on the research journey of Ohio State faculty. Each lecture will feature the research of an invited faculty speaker. Speakers will also share their own research journey as a way to highlight both the challenges and successes that are part of the research process.

This lecture is part of the Ohio State ADVANCE Faculty Research Lecture Series. The mission of Ohio State ADVANCE is to increase the representation, advancement and recruitment of women faculty in the academic STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine) careers, and contribute to the development and success of global research leaders.

About the Speaker:

Carol Smidts is a Professor and the Director of Nuclear Engineering Program at The Ohio State University. She obtained her PhD degree in Engineering Physics in 1991 from École Polytechnique, Université Libre de Bruxelles. Her research is in Probabilistic Dynamics for Complex Systems, Human Reliability, Reliability of Digital Instrumentation and Control Systems, Software Reliability Modeling and Software Test Automation. She is the author of more than 160 refereed journal and conference publications, is the recipient of multiple awards and 3 patents. Dr. Smidts’ research has been sponsored by Government (DOE, AFSOR, AFRL, NRC, NASA, NSF, FAA, DOD, NSA) as well as by industry (Texas Instruments, IBM). She is an IEEE fellow, was the associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Reliability and the conference co-Chair of the IEEE Int’l Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering (2006 and 2013), IEEE High Assurance Systems Engineering (2008), is an Associate Editor for Software Testing Verification and Reliability and is a regular member on review panels (DOE, NSF, FDA, ISSRE, HASE, DSN).

Getting Where You Want To Be: Sharing Your Aspirations (Lecture)

Ohio State ADVANCE launches a new faculty research lecture series focusing on the research journey of Ohio State faculty. Each lecture will feature the research of an invited faculty speaker. Speakers will also share their own research journey as a way to highlight both the challenges and successes that are part of the research process.

This lecture is part of the Ohio State ADVANCE Faculty Research Lecture Series. The mission of Ohio State ADVANCE is to increase the representation, advancement and recruitment of women faculty in the academic STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine) careers, and contribute to the development and success of global research leaders.

About the Speaker:

Alicia L. Bertone, DVM, PhD is the Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Dean of the Graduate School. Dr. Bertone joined Ohio State’s College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) faculty in 1990. Currently a professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, she also serves as director of the Comparative Orthopedics Research Laboratories, an interdisciplinary molecular medicine and tissue-engineering laboratory. In addition to lecturing and providing clinical training, she has mentored professional students, surgery residents and research fellows, such that the CVM honored her with the Charles C. Capen Teaching Excellence Award for Graduate Education.

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