DEI - Additional Resources

Many resources are available to build awareness of inequities and to support the development of more diverse, equitable and inclusive learning environments. This page points you to resources available within the College of Forestry, Oregon State and elsewhere. Additional resources will be added as they are discovered or developed.

Previous Events

Indigenous Peoples' Day celebration
Monday, October 9, 2023
The College of Forestry hosted a celebration that included traditional food, a cedar bark demonstration, and Indigenous leaders at OSU

2022 DEI Dean's Forum
Friday, May 27, 2022
View the slides (pdf)

CoF DEI Lunch and Learn: Understanding Tree Equity
March 4, 2022
Paul Ries
An interactive Tree Equity exercise using the Tree Equity Scorecard developed by American Forests led by Paul Ries. The Tree Equity Scorecard allows users to compare tree canopy cover in varying places throughout a city.

Interpersonal Violence Prevention Education workshop
November 16, 2021
In collaboration with FWCS, COF hosted an Interpersonal Violence Prevention Education workshop presented by SARC and IPV Prevention which helped provide information and resources to graduate students, faculty research assistants, postdoctoral researchers, research faculty, and other OSU employees who undertake field research.

Leading with Soul: Sisters of the Academy Leading at PWIs
November 3, 2021

Exploring Traditional Ecological Knowledge with Dr. Ray Pierotti
June 7, 2021

Inclusive Pedagogy Workshop - Fostering a Sense of Belonging
May 10, 2021
Practices for Creating a Sense of Belonging in the Learning Environment

College of Forestry Annual DEI Forum 2021
April 20, 2021
As we have seen from national and local events over the last year, we are in the midst of a social justice crisis that is disadvantaging whole sectors of our society. As citizens, residents and community members, we can be instrumental in implementing real change; as educators, if we commit ourselves to modeling equity and challenging discrimination, we have a chance to shape the underlying assumptions of the next generation.

Indigenous Ways of Knowing: Traditional Ecological Knowledge
with Dr. Samantha Chisholm Hatfield & Elder Esther Stutzman
November 9, 2020