In the near future (per OSU WebViewer http://registrar.oregonstate.edu/web-viewer)
Saturday April 22nd
GILB 124, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM; MIME Class CRN : 60635
GILB 224, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM; MIME Class CRN : 60635
None at this time.
Linus Pauling Science Center:
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Hey all!! The Career Development Center is looking for volunteers to help out with the Spring Career Fair.
Here’s where we could use the most support:
- Set-Up – 8:00am – 10:00am (Need 2 volunteers)
- Backpack Check – 10:45am – 1:00pm (Need 5 volunteers)
- Backpack Check – 12:45pm – 3:00pm (Need 5 volunteers)
- Employer Escort – 8:30am – 11:00am (Need 2 volunteers)
- DCS Breakout Check in – 11:15am – 12:15pm (Need 1 volunteer)
Volunteers can register via this link: http://signup.com/go/pbrnwx
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Wendy Kuessel Allison
Employer Relations Events Coordinator | Career Development Center
Congratulations to all our 2017 Winter term Honor Roll members. We couldn’t be more proud of you.
Albrecht, Amy M
La Jeunesse, Jesse
Shasta College is pleased to announce a full-time 1-year chemistry instructor position at our Redding and Red Bluff campuses for the 2017-18 school year. The assignment will likely include some organic chemistry. Full details can be found athttp://www.shastacollege.edu/Human%20Resources/Current%20Openings/Pages/Faculty.aspx. This position is a sabbatical replacement position and is fully benefitted for the year.
Shasta College is a two-year college located in Redding, California, which is located 165 miles north of Sacramento. A small city of 90,000, Redding is noted for hot summers, reasonable housing prices (average house price $241,400), and for being a gateway to outdoor activities.
Successful candidates may have experience in organic chemistry and experience with and/or interest in active learning and/or computer-assisted instruction.
Please let anyone who might be interested know about this position, and thanks in advance!
Frank Nigro, PhD
Dean, Science, Language Arts, and Mathematics
In an effort to reduce the amount of Mercury on Campus; I have received, through unofficial channels, an offer to PI’s that EH&S will swap out your Mercury Thermometers for Alcohol Thermometers.
Please contact Jenette Paul (Jenette.Paul@oregonstate.edu) or call 541-737-4720.
Science Worth Spreading: In today’s challenging times, science can help us create a better future. Expand your mind with a series of powerful 7-minute talks from OSU scientists followed by vidorous discussion. Free. Saturday, APril 22, 10-11:30am LINC 100. Complimentary coffee/tee at 9am and free pizza lunch afterwards. RSVP here.
The Fall 2017 ACS Graduate Student Symposium Planning Committee (GSSPC) is requesting applications to compete for the Fall 2018 ACS GSSPC. The GSSPC was developed by the American Chemical Society (ACS) Division of Chemical Education (CHED) for graduate students to contribute to the ACS National Meeting by providing an exceptional atmosphere of learning and networking through a student organized symposium. A GSSPC comprised of 6-8 students is selected for each national ACS meeting and tasked with generating a unique symposium theme and organizing the entire event, including fundraising, speaker recruitment, and logistical arrangements.In order to apply, please email your application packet to email@example.com by Thursday, June 1st. Required application items include:1. A one-page mission statement2. Two proposed symposia themes, each with a list and brief bio of 8-12 proposed speakers3. A short biography for each member of your committee.If you have any questions or concerns please visit our website (http://vtgsspc.weebly.com/) or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.Best regards,
—Ryan MondscheinPhD Candidate, Polymer ChemistryProfessor Timothy E. Long Research GroupDepartment of Chemistry, Virginia TechPresident, Virginia Tech POLY/PMSE Student ChapterCommittee Chair, 2017 Fall ACS GSSPC
The Career Expo is taking place in just a few weeks, and we can’t wait! We have planned over a week of events for students to develop their professional skills, culminating in our multi-location career convention and two virtual fairs. The career expo provides students with the opportunity to interact with hundreds of employers who want to hire OSU students. We are providing print and digital materials for your use in promoting the Career Expo; please print and post these items accordingly! This term, the Career Development Center is hosting the following events:
- April 25, 2017 – Speed Mock Interviews
- April 26, 2017 – Spring Career Convention
- April 26, 2017 – Diversity Career Symposium
- April 27, 2017 – Interview Day
- May 3, 2017 – Computer Science Virtual Career Fair
- May 4, 2017 – Business Virtual Career Fair
Please join us in encouraging our students to invest in their futures by participating in these events. Don’t forget about the Expo print and digital materials for your use in promoting the Career Expo!
Campus-Wide Career Development Training for Staff
Tuesday, May 9 | 2:00-4:00pm
Mark your calendars for OSU Career Development Center Campus-wide Training for Staff coming up on May 9th from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm. in MU 206. Jeanna Ramos from the U.S. Forest Service will present a workshop on the process of applying for a job or internship with the federal government. This workshop will cover the differences in the application process between industry and federal jobs; how to help your students apply for federal jobs and internships; and what makes applications stand out. Please RSVP to Crystal Laine by May 1.
Thank you for partnering with us in pursuing excellent career options for our students. We appreciate everything you do!
The Career Development Center
541.737.4085 | email@example.com