Happy Week Four, Beavs! Don’t forget that advising appointments are mandatory for all students in the CPHHS to receive your registration pin each term. If you have not scheduled your appointment yet, do so today and remind all your PHHS friends!

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Important Dates

  • Beaver Store’s deadline for Winter Textbook Requisitions: January 28, 2020
  • Change the Grading Basis of a Course (S/U) Deadline: February 21, 2020
  • Withdraw from a Course (No Refunds Available): February 21, 2020
  • Finals Week: March 16-20, 2020
  • Spring Break: March 21-29, 2020


Study in London Info Session

Join Ellen Smit, the new faculty leader for the London study abroad program, tomorrow, January 28, for the final information session for the 2020 study abroad opportunity in London. This is a 3-week, nine credit, faculty-led program that goes from June 28 to July 18, 2020. Come to the information session ready to learn more and ask any questions you may have! The session will go from 3-4:00 pm in Milam 154.

Pre-Health Professions Information Session

The Pre-Health Professions Information Session is coming up, and is great for all CPHHS majors in the early stages of exploring health professions. Each session has two dates, February 4 and February 19. Sessions include Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physician Assistant, and Pre-med. Follow the links to RSVP to the sessions you are interested in, or contact Carey Hilbert for more information.

Listening Sessions on CPHHS

Dean Javier Nieto invites you to upcoming listening sessions focused on the organizational structure of the CPHHS. These sessions will open a broad conversation with college faculty, staff and students about the strengths and challenges of the current two-school structure, and to hear your thoughts and ideas about ways that we could optimize efficiency and support while continuing to promote interdisciplinary collaboration, in accordance with our strategic plan and CEPH accreditation criteria. All sessions will be in the Hallie Ford Center 115, and available via Zoom. Sessions will take place on February 5 from 2-4:00 pm, February 6 from 8:30-10:30 am, February 10 from 3-5:00 pm, and February 18 from 10-12:00 pm.

KidSpirit is Now Hiring

KidSpirit is currently interviewing students for their Summer Day Camp 2020! Students of all majors and levels of experience are encouraged to apply to make a positive impact in the lives of children grades K-12 this summer. Students will lead youth as they go on adventures, create masterpieces, and have barrel of laughs. Job positions include camp counselors, office staff, and head instructors for sports and physical education, art, science, archery, gymnastics, culinary arts and nutrition, and much more. Apply today or contact KidSpirit for more information!

Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship

The OSU Alumni Association and office of Community Engagement & Leadership are now accepting nominations and applications for the Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship. This fund is dedicated to provide scholarships for OSU students in their sophomore, junior, or senior year who are actively involved with activities beyond class work, demonstrating they are well-rounded, contributing members of the OSU community. The scholarship fund will award three students with a onetime, $1,000 scholarship. Application deadline is February 16, 2020. For more information, contact Peter Wilkinson.

Substance Abuse and Addiction Research Internship Opportunity

The NIDA Summer Research Internship Program introduces undergraduate students, with a goal of increasing underrepresented groups in biomedical and behavioral sciences, to substance abuse and addiction research. Through this, students will conduct substance abuse and addiction research by participating in internships with NIDA funded scientists at universities across America. This is a paid, 8-week, hands-on research opportunity. The application deadline is February 10, 2020.

Nominate Students for the Catalyst Leadership Retreat

The office of Community Engagement and Leadership is hosting the Catalyst Leadership Retreat on Saturday, February 8th in the MU Horizon Room. This is a one day immersive leadership experience designed for students who are interested in starting something extraordinary by becoming catalysts of change for themselves and their communities. Sign up or nominate a friend today! Registration closes January 31st.

Instagram Takeover for CPHHS

Want to share your story with students and faculty from OSU? You can takeover the CPHHS Instagram account for a week! Students can show others what their life is like as a student in the CPHHS, from academics to hobbies to how they choose health! Email Hanna Knowles for details.

Guiding More Good Conference

This Nonprofit Conference is a great opportunity for CPHHS students! This event offers a vibrant learning experience for seasoned and emerging nonprofit leaders alike. There are a variety of sessions including fundraising, media relations, board development, and more. The Guiding More Good Nonprofit Conference will be on February 29, 2020, from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm at the CH2M Hill Alumni Center. Register today to save $66 off the regular rate!

OSU Scholar Dollars: CPHHS Undergraduate Scholarships

The College of Public Health and Human Sciences Undergraduate Scholarship Cycle is going on now! Applications will be accepted until Saturday, February 15th, 2020. These scholarships will be for the 2020-2021 academic year. By submitting this one application, you will be considered for hundreds of OSU scholarship opportunities!

CPHHS Undergraduate Student Council

The CPHHS Undergraduate Student Council (USC) is a group of undergraduate student representatives from within the College who serve as peer representatives to the administrative body of the college. The USC advises the Dean and Associate Deans on issue regarding the college’s undergraduate student body and act as a voice for the majority; and they share information pertaining the College’s mission, vision and values to the undergraduate students. Contact Vicki Ebbeck, the Associate Dean for Student Success, if you are interested in joining!

Career Development Center

The Career Development Center at OSU is available for all students to have access to resources that will transform them into career-ready graduates. Their office helps students identify potential careers; develop transferable skills through student engagement, internship, and professional development opportunities; and learn how to craft resumes and cover letters that showcase their strength. Contact them today to prepare for your future!

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