Check out the new opportunities offered by the College of Public Health and Human Sciences this week. It’s Week 8; don’t forget to buy some sunscreen, and try to find some shade.

Important Dates

  • May 29: Memorial Day, no classes
  • June 5–9: Dead Week
  • June 9: Last Day to Withdraw from the term
  • June 12–16: Finals Week
  • June 17: Commencement

Plan for a PIN

Starting Spring term 2017, all students must have an approved Fall 2017 term course plan on file in MyDegrees in order to receive a PIN to register for Fall 2017 classes. Please refer to the PHHS MyDegrees planner tutorial for helpful tools on creating your plan.



Join the Nutrition 447 students on May 31 at Pangea Cafe from 10:30am-3pm for a fun and festive salute to island cuisine. Sweet and spicy tropical flavors star in recipes drawn from Cuba, Jamaica, and other tropical destinations in the West Indies. The weather is warming up, so we have a cool island breeze for your taste buds!  Our Nutrition Seniors offer you a one-day chance to try Jamaican Jerk Shrimp Skewers, Island Coconut Rice, Mango Salsa, Jicama and Pineapple Salad, Caribbean Spice Roasted Chicken, Sweet Potato and Black Bean Curry, and even Coconut Cookie Bars!

Naibert Scholarship

The application deadline for The Corvallis Clinic Foundation’s James R. Naibert, M.D., Scholarship is May 31. Two $1,000 awards are available to area students who are studying to become healthcare professionals involved in direct patient care, such as physicians, nurses, physical therapists, or pharmacists. To be eligible, applicants must have sophomore standing or above and either have graduated from a high school in Linn or Benton county or have lived in the mid-valley for at least three years while working in a healthcare field with direct patient care. A 3.25 post-secondary GPA is preferred. Application information is available online at, or by contacting The Corvallis Clinic Foundation’s Administrative office at (541) 754-1374.

Global Health Advocacy Internship

The Fund for Global Health is a nonprofit advocacy organization that seeks to increase global health funding through grassroots lobbying to members of Congress on the SFOPS Appropriations Committees. Oregon’s Senator, Jeff Merkley, is on the Senate SFOPS Subcommittee of Appropriations, and the Fund for Global Health is looking for community members who are interested in engaging with him and his office. Some of the duties include organizing letter-writing campaigns to Senator Merkley, making phone calls to his office, and seeking to set up meetings with him or his staffers, all to encourage him to increase the SFOPS budget for global maternal and child programs, and programs for tuberculosis and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. This is a great opportunity to learn about global health issues, the Congress appropriations process, and how to become engaged with U.S. policy; it is also a chance to have a global impact. The commitment is 10-15 hours per week for four months, with the opportunity to extend. Contact or 949-292-0934 for more information.

Grad School Information Night

You can find out about grad school on May 24, 4-5pm, in Waldo 400. Mingle with graduate faculty and current students to learn more about what OSU has to offer!

OSS Online Appointment Scheduling:

Our new online appointment scheduling system, TimeTrade, is now available to all students with an active ONID username and password to make appointments.

TimeTrade allows students to:

  1. Schedule an appointment with their assigned academic advisor at
  2. Schedule a 15-minute, 25-minute, or 50-minute appointment based on the type of appointment needed.
  3. Schedule an appointment up to 6 weeks in advance.
  4. Schedule, reschedule, or cancel an appointment 24/7 online.
  5. Schedule a same-day appointment if an appointment is made by 8am.

Students receive:

  1. A confirmation notification email in their ONID inbox, upon the initial appointment creation. Students also receive a rescheduling or cancellation notification email, upon those events.
  2. An appointment reminder email 24 hours prior the appointment. If a student schedules an appointment less than 24 hours in advance, they do not receive an email reminder.
  3. An Outlook and iCal appointment file upon the initial appointment creation. This syncs the appointment to the student’s calendar if applicable.

Please note that if you schedule an appointment with an advisor other than your assigned advisor, you may be asked to reschedule your appointment.  If you do not know who your assigned advisor is, you can log in to MyDegrees, which lists your assigned advisor, or you can call us at 541-737-8900, and we will be happy to help you.

Do you know your Advisor?

Need help finding your assigned advisor? Check your MyDegrees student degree checklist in the Assigned Advisor block, or call the Office of Student Success at 541-737-8900.

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Carey Hilbert
Associate Head Advisor
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Nelson Sigrah
Academic Advisor
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Gwenette Gaddis
Academic Advisor
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Andrea Nelson
Academic Advisor
First-year experience










Erin Mulvey
Academic Advisor
Public Health
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Josie Miranda
Academic Advisor
HDFS (including Ecampus)
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Erin Heim
Head Advisor
Public Health
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Khrystal Condon
Academic Advisor
Public Health
First-year experience














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