Statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The School of Communication at The Ohio State University embraces and maintains an environment that respects diverse traditions, heritages, experiences, and people.
Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion moves beyond mere tolerance to recognizing, understanding, and welcoming the contributions of diverse groups and the value group members possess as individuals.
In our School, the faculty, students, and staff are dedicated to building a tradition of diversity, equity, and inclusion with principles of equal opportunity, personal respect, and the intellectual interests of those who comprise diverse cultures.
Learn more about how the school embraces and maintains an environment that respects diverse traditions, heritages, experiences and people.
Coursework Focusing on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Issues
Many of our courses within the School of Communication touch on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion, but several current courses address these topics more directly. These include:
- Intercultural Communication (Comm 3668)
- Issues in Intercultural Communication (Comm 4668)
- Stereotypes in Media (Comm 4445)
- Media and Terrorism (Comm 3597.02)
- International Perspectives on Communication (Comm 3597.01)
- Language Culture & Communication in Latino Health (Comm 2704)
- Health Communication in Interpersonal Contexts (Comm 4736)
- Communication and Gender (Comm 3662)
- Communication in Interpersonal Relationships (Comm 3642)
- Interpersonal Health Communication (Comm 7782)
- Language and Cultural Interaction (Comm 7860)
Black Advertising Strategic Communication Association (BASCA)
BASCA is a partnership between students, faculty, and professionals intended to develop and prepare Black students for careers in advertising and strategic communication.
Students interested in attending BASCA may come to the meetings. However, to be considered a member they must pay their membership dues by the deadlines in the Fall and Spring semester. The dues are $20 and cover the annual trip, food for meetings, eligibility to vote, eligibility to run for an E Board position, and opportunities to travel around Columbus.
BASCA meets biweekly Wednesday's at 5:30 PM at 242 W. 18th Ave Columbus, OH 43210.
More information about BASCA can be found on its website at https://www.bascaosu.com/ and by following BASCA OSU on twitter!
National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) - Ohio State
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) - Ohio State is a professional organization and advocacy group that seeks to support the experiences and advancement of journalists of color and media professionals globally. This organization is also appropriate for those who have an interest in telling the stories of marginalized communities. For information, please contact NABJ-OSU advisor Jasmine Roberts-Crews.