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HSPB Building Blocks of ServiceHonors & Scholars Programming BoardFurniture Bank of Central Ohio9/23/2017 9:00 AM9/23/2017 12:00 PM
Beds, couches, and even tables are simple items we often take for granted. However, there are numerous families in the Columbus Community who do not have beds for their children or tables for family dinner. Want to make a difference in a family’s life? Join the Honors and Scholars Programming Board at the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio on September 23 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Assist with the assembly or painting furniture. No experience is required as training is provided on site! All you need are closed toe shoes, clothes suitable for painting, and a positive attitude! However, space is limited. Please RSVP here to indicate your intended participation.
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HSPB Presents: Doc and Discussion HSPB1st floor of Kuhn Honors & Scholars House9/25/2017 6:00 PM9/25/2017 8:00 PM
Climate change is a hot topic, but did you know that it affects coral reefs too? If you want to learn more about this, the Honors & Scholars Programming Board (HSPB) invites you to Doc and Discussion! Come watch the doc(umentary) Chasing Coral to learn about how climate change is contributing to the disappearance of Earth’s coral reefs. We will provide pizza and drinks and end with a discussion of the documentary. Please RSVP to kaul.42@osu.edu. We hope to see you there!
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Pre-Law Forum "Law School from an Insider's Perspective"Politics, Society, and Law (PSL) ScholarsCollege of Law, Lou's Cafe (1st floor lounge)9/26/2017 7:00 PM9/26/2017 8:15 PM
Curious about what law school is really like? Wondering what the differences are between undergraduate courses and law courses? Trying to decide whether law school is the right choice? Attend the first Pre-Law Forum of the year on Tuesday, September 26 at 7:00 p.m. in the law school! The format for the evening will be small discussion groups lead by a mix of current law students and faculty members who will be sharing their thoughts and insights on all aspects of law school, from figuring out whether to apply to deciding what sort of law to practice. Be sure to bring your questions! This event is the first of three Pre-Law Forums in Autumn Semester. The 2017-2018 Pre-Law Forums are a monthly series of events sponsored by Ohio State’s four student pre-law organizations; Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) Pre-Law Fraternity, STEM Pre-Law Society (SPLS) Undergraduate Black Law Students Association (UBLSA), and Undergraduate Law Review; the Politics, Society, and Law (PSL) Scholars Program; and The Ohio State University's Michael E. Moritz College of Law. Students who attend a minimum of 4 Pre-Law Forums (3 offered each semester, 6 total) will be entered into an April drawing for a certificate for a free LSAT Review Class! Students must swipe in using their BuckID in order to track attendance.
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Bucket & Dipper Info SessionBucket & DipperOhio Union - Milestones room10/19/2017 6:30 PM10/19/2017 8:00 PM
Bucket&Dipper Junior honorary is looking for sophomores interested in service, leadership, citizenship, and professional development. Join us for an info session to learn more.
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Bucket & Dipper Info SessionBucket&DipperOhio Union - Suzanne Scharer Room10/26/2017 7:00 PM10/26/2017 9:00 PM
Bucket&Dipper Junior Honorary is hosting an info session for Sophomores interested in joining the 111th class and caring on the traditions with the Illibuck.
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Environmental Sustainability in Costa Rica Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 16011/6/2017 5:30 PM11/6/2017 6:30 PM
Learn more about the Environmental Sustainability in Costa Rica study abroad program, which tackles the major issues of management and conservation of natural resources in one of the countries with the highest biodiversity on the planet. During this program, students will be engaging in hands-on environmental problem solving and learning how to balance economic development and conservation while experiencing one of the richest cultural heritages of Central America. http://go.osu.edu/CostaRicaEnvironment For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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BDAA Career FairPerformance Hall of the Union9/25/2017 6:00 PM9/25/2017 9:00 PM
The Big Data and Analytics Association is hosting a career fair Monday September 25 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. in the Performance Hall of the Ohio Union! Make sure to come out for networking and get internships and/or full time jobs with companies such as Accenture, IBM, Capital One, Marathon, and many more! Register now at go.osu.edu/bdaacareerfair
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Register Now for SmartAg4.0FABEAg Admin Building9/29/2017 5:00 PM9/30/2017 12:00 PM
Do you have the idea for the Uber of food systems? SmartAg4.0 is a competition for students who are passionate about revolutionizing the future of food systems through app design. No programming experience necessary! Student teams will create a wireframe app design and business proposal to be judged by a panel of industry leaders. Participating in SmartAg4.0 is free and students can win door prizes and gift cards for top projects. To learn more, visit https://go.osu.edu/smartag4
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Friday FREEdom FlickInternational Justice Mission at OSURound Meeting Room in the Union10/6/2017 7:00 PM10/6/2017 10:00 PM
Did you know that MORE THAN 45 MILLION PEOPLE are trapped in some form of slavery today? Or that about 2 million of them are children exploited in the global commercial sex trade? Join the International Justice Mission at OSU for FREE popcorn, a FREE screening of Not For Sale (a documentary about the reality of human trafficking in our world today and the justice seekers fighting to end it), and a panel discussion with experts including DR. JACQUELYN MESHELEMIAH. Also check out our organization display to learn about ways you can join the fight for FREEdom!
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16th annual Ohio Latin Americanist Conference154 W 12th Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43210 USA10/21/2017 8:30 AM10/22/2017 5:00 PM
We invite all Latin Americanist and Latinx Studies scholars, educators, and students from institutions of higher education in Ohio and surrounding states to participate in this annual meeting. Research areas may include (but are not limited to) literature, linguistics, history, education, geography, political science, economics, anthropology, sociology, art, international studies, gender studies, and more. We especially invite proposals related to the natural sciences, environmental sciences, bioethics, and other fields that have been underrepresented in past OLAC conferences.
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England Study Abroad Summer 2018Dr. Carol Anelli, Entomology Dept.Kuhn House, Room 2019/21/2017 5:00 PM9/21/2017 6:00 PM
Learn about Darwin and Evolution in a new 2-credit pre-departure course (Spring 2018) and its accompanying 2-credit study abroad course (Summer Session, May 2-14). Students in all majors welcome. The course explores Darwin's life, times, influences and impacts. Once abroad, we will meet archivists and historians at Cambridge University, view letters written by Charles Darwin, and visit Darwin's countryside home, Down House. In London we will tour world-class sights (e.g., British Museum. Westminster Abbey, National Gallery, Natural History Museum) and attend a group dinner and performance of Phantom of the Opera. Program fee includes one-way international airfare (CMH to London), in-country lodging and breakfasts, a group lunch/tea, and dinner and Phantom performance. Contact Dr. Carol Anelli (anelli.7@osu.edu) or Difei Shen (shen.1040@osu.edu ) for more info. Application deadline November 1, 2017
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Genocide and Its Aftermath in Rwanda Information SessionOffice of Int Affairs100 Enarson Classroom Building9/25/2017 4:30 PM9/25/2017 5:30 PM
Attend this information session to learn more about the Genocide and Its Aftermath in Rwanda program. This program will explore the 1994 Rwandan genocide and its aftermath through active learning experiences in Rwanda. You will begin by studying the origins of the genocide with an emphasis on why the genocide occurred and, more broadly, what causes genocide globally. Then you will study the violence itself, including the forms of violence, who participated in the violence, and who was victimized. Lastly, you will turn your attention to the aftermath of the genocide and study the legal response to the violence. This will involve examining the local "gacaca" courts that were instituted across the country and the collective memories of the genocide. You will also examine the current state of human rights in Rwanda and some of the regional effects of the violence. Finally, you will study development and aid in Rwanda today, critically exploring the country’s tremendous economic growth since 1994. Open to all majors and taught in English.
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Study Abroad with the Department of Psychology!Office of Int Affairs160 Enarson Classroom Building9/27/2017 5:30 PM9/27/2017 7:00 PM
Come and learn more about the exciting international opportunities sponsored by the Department of Psychology. Prospective students will learn about the faculty-led Psychology and Culture in Europe program as well as two exchange programs with IE University in Segovia (Spain) and the University of Mannheim (Germany). The language of instruction for all programs is English. Coursework completed on the exchange programs can be used towards the Psychology major/minor. Coursework completed on the Psychology and Culture in Europe program might be usable toward the Psychology major/minor, and interested students are encouraged to contact their academic advisor for more information. Eligibility requirements vary by program.
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Population and Health in Sub-Saharan Africa Information SessionOffice of International Affairs160 Enarson Classroom Building9/28/2017 5:00 PM9/28/2017 6:00 PM
Come to this information session to learn more about the Population and Health in Sub-Saharan Africa program through the Department of Sociology. This program offers an overview of the rural health system and healthcare delivery of South Africa with visits to local clinics, health centers and hospitals. Students will have the opportunity to observe healthcare delivery at local facilities and learn about the data and analytical methods used to investigate population and health issues. Open to all majors and taught in English.
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Canadian Parliament Internship Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of Int Affairs2130 Derby Hall10/5/2017 11:30 AM10/5/2017 12:30 PM
Learn more about the Canadian Parliament Internship Program, a five-week study abroad experience during which interns work in the office of a Member of the Canadian Parliament. Students may choose which party and what area of expertise the Member represents. Students may be asked to answer constituency mail, assist in writing and editing materials to be sent to the Member's Riding, research issues of importance to the Member, write a statement/question for Question Period, write speeches, conduct tours of Parliament and general office work. At the end of the program, interns will be required to submit a portfolio of their work for the final grade. Interns will live and socialize at the University of Ottawa with other students from the United States, Canada and other countries.
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Canadian Parliament Internship Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of Int Affairs2130 Derby Hall10/5/2017 4:00 PM10/5/2017 5:00 PM
Learn more about the Canadian Parliament Internship Program, a five-week study abroad experience during which interns work in the office of a Member of the Canadian Parliament. Students may choose which party and what area of expertise the Member represents. Students may be asked to answer constituency mail, assist in writing and editing materials to be sent to the Member's Riding, research issues of importance to the Member, write a statement/question for Question Period, write speeches, conduct tours of Parliament and general office work. At the end of the program, interns will be required to submit a portfolio of their work for the final grade. Interns will live and socialize at the University of Ottawa with other students from the United States, Canada and other countries.
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Cuba: Race, Revolution, and Culture Education Abroad ProgramOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 100 10/17/2017 5:00 PM10/17/2017 6:00 PM
During this summer study abroad program in May you will experience the African culture that is at the heart of Cuban identity. Based in the capital city of Havana, we will explore how African history and culture has shaped the Caribbean island, known for its music, dance, and beauty. With visits to national museums and lectures from local scholars and community activists, you will witness first-hand how central African culture is to Cuban culture.http://go.osu.edu/CubaCulture For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Corfu, Greece: Intro to Western Traditions Study Abroad Information SessionOffice of International Affairs100 Enarson Classroom Building10/20/2017 4:00 PM10/20/2017 5:00 PM
Come learn about the Introduction to Western Tradition and Contemporary Issues in Corfu, Greece May study abroad program, which takes students to the island of Corfu to visit museums, archaeological sites and to learn more about western civilization and modern issues in European society.
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Scientific Roots in Europe Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of International Affairs100 Enarson Classroom Building10/25/2017 4:30 PM10/25/2017 5:30 PM
Attend this information session to learn about the Scientific Roots in Europe spring break study abroad program, which offers an opportunity for students to study scientific discoveries in a cross-cultural setting. Students will have the opportunity to visit sites of cultural and historical importance in London and Paris, including the British Museum, Down House and the Musee Nationale D’Histoire Naturelle. Students are required to take Biology 4798 during spring semester which includes this overseas component.
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Geography of the European Union from Cyprus Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 16011/1/2017 5:30 PM11/1/2017 6:30 PM
This four-week summer study abroad program in May is designed to offer students the opportunity to study the geography of the European Union (EU) in Cyprus, the easternmost member of the European Union and the Eurozone. The program will be offered at Neapolis University which is located in the coastal historic city of Pafos, less than one hundred meters from the sea. Pafos is designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, because of its many archaeological treasures and during 2017, it will serve as the European Capital of Culture. The program includes group visits to the capital of Lefkosia (Nicosia), Aphrodite’s birthplace, Kourion, Lemesos (Limassol), and the Akamas Peninsula. In Lefkosia, students will visit the House of Europe and the Central Bank of Cyprus where experts on their staff will brief students on the specific issues pertaining to the relationship between Cyprus and the EU. Visits are also scheduled to the gentrified neighborhoods of Lefkosia within the Venetian walls, especially the popular neighborhood of Laiki Yeitonia, and the dividing line between the Republic of Cyprus and the Turkish-occupied north. http://go.osu.edu/CyprusGeography For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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China Global May Education Abroad Program Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 16011/9/2017 5:00 PM11/9/2017 6:00 PM
Learn more about the China Global May study abroad program, which will introduce you to the laid-back city of Chengdu, capital of the Sichuan province. Group projects and independent study will enable you to immerse yourself in the strong traditions, culture, historical significance and culinary delights of this region. This four-week program is open to all majors, taught in English and the three hours of credit earned on this program can be used to satisfy the Education Abroad open option GE. http://go.osu.edu/ChinaGlobalMay. For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Cuba: Race, Revolution, and Culture Education Abroad ProgramOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom 16011/13/2017 4:00 PM11/13/2017 5:00 PM
During this summer study abroad program in May you will experience the African culture that is at the heart of Cuban identity. Based in the capital city of Havana, we will explore how African history and culture has shaped the Caribbean island, known for its music, dance, and beauty. With visits to national museums and lectures from local scholars and community activists, you will witness first-hand how central African culture is to Cuban culture.http://go.osu.edu/CubaCulture. For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Global "Hotspots" of the Early Modern World: Argentina Education Abroad Program Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 16011/14/2017 4:00 PM11/14/2017 5:00 PM
Attend this information session to learn more about the exciting Global "Hotspots" of the Early Modern World: Buenos Aires summer study abroad program in May. Hotspot cities such as Buenos Aires served as key centers of economic exchange, imperial expansion and culture influence that shaped the emerging modern world we live in today. These "hotspots" attracted diverse populations and connected empires with broad colonial regions and served as hubs of international trading networks. http://go.osu.edu/ArgentinaHotSpot. For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Population and Health in Sub-Saharan Africa Information SessionOffice of International Affairs100 Enarson Classroom Building11/15/2017 5:00 PM11/15/2017 6:00 PM
Come to this information session to learn more about the Population and Health in Sub-Saharan Africa program through the Department of Sociology. This program offers an overview of the rural health system and healthcare delivery of South Africa with visits to local clinics, health centers and hospitals. Students will have the opportunity to observe healthcare delivery at local facilities and learn about the data and analytical methods used to investigate population and health issues. Open to all majors and taught in English.
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The History and Archaeology of Medieval Ireland Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 16011/15/2017 5:30 PM11/15/2017 6:30 PM
The History and Archaeology of Medieval Ireland: Trim and the Blackfriary education abroad program allows students to dive into the rich history of medieval Ireland. Open to undergraduate students of all majors and backgrounds, this program will take students to the impressive historic town of Trim, Ireland during Summer. Students will spend their time actively participating in an archaeological excavation of a medieval monastery and cemetery, known as the Black Friary. A team of professional archaeologists will guide students along the way, providing them with opportunities for first-hand experience and unique professional insights. Also included in the program are numerous field trips and ample time to travel Ireland independently. http://go.osu.edu/MedievalIreland For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Mapping Our World - Southern Scandinavia in Sweden Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 16011/29/2017 5:30 PM11/29/2017 6:30 PM
This program offers you a unique education abroad experience, combining online course work in the art and science of map making with a two-week immersive field-study experience at Lund University, Sweden, located in one of Northern Europe’s most dynamic and exciting regions. During your time in Sweden, you will engage in geographic field-work and data collection exercises, attend lectures by local experts, and tour significant places, historical sites and museums. Time before, during, and after the program can be devoted to independent travel. Coursework can be used to fulfill the GE Data Analysis http://go.osu.edu/Mappingourworld For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Corfu, Greece: Intro to Western Traditions Study Abroad Information SessionOffice of International Affairs100 Enarson Classroom Building11/30/2017 4:30 PM11/30/2017 5:30 PM
Come learn about the Introduction to Western Tradition and Contemporary Issues in Corfu, Greece May study abroad program, which takes students to the island of Corfu to visit museums, archaeological sites and to learn more about western civilization and modern issues in European society.
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Global "Hotspots" of the Early Modern World: Argentina Education Abroad Program Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 10012/4/2017 5:00 PM12/4/2017 6:00 PM
Attend this information session to learn more about the exciting Global "Hotspots" of the Early Modern World: Buenos Aires summer study abroad program in May. Hotspot cities such as Buenos Aires served as key centers of economic exchange, imperial expansion and culture influence that shaped the emerging modern world we live in today. These "hotspots" attracted diverse populations and connected empires with broad colonial regions and served as hubs of international trading networks. http://go.osu.edu/ArgentinaHotSpot. For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Geography of the European Union from Cyprus Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 16012/5/2017 4:00 PM12/5/2017 5:00 PM
This four-week summer study abroad program in May is designed to offer students the opportunity to study the geography of the European Union (EU) in Cyprus, the easternmost member of the European Union and the Eurozone. The program will be offered at Neapolis University which is located in the coastal historic city of Pafos, less than one hundred meters from the sea. Pafos is designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, because of its many archaeological treasures and during 2017, it will serve as the European Capital of Culture. The program includes group visits to the capital of Lefkosia (Nicosia), Aphrodite’s birthplace, Kourion, Lemesos (Limassol), and the Akamas Peninsula. In Lefkosia, students will visit the House of Europe and the Central Bank of Cyprus where experts on their staff will brief students on the specific issues pertaining to the relationship between Cyprus and the EU. Visits are also scheduled to the gentrified neighborhoods of Lefkosia within the Venetian walls, especially the popular neighborhood of Laiki Yeitonia, and the dividing line between the Republic of Cyprus and the Turkish-occupied north. http://go.osu.edu/CyprusGeography For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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China Global May Education Abroad Program Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 10012/6/2017 4:00 PM12/6/2017 5:00 PM
Learn more about the China Global May study abroad program, which will introduce you to the laid-back city of Chengdu, capital of the Sichuan province. Group projects and independent study will enable you to immerse yourself in the strong traditions, culture, historical significance and culinary delights of this region. This four-week program is open to all majors, taught in English and the three hours of credit earned on this program can be used to satisfy the Education Abroad open option GE. http://go.osu.edu/ChinaGlobalMay For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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