It’s Week 2, this is a great time to get involved on campus! Check out the CPHHS clubs and organizations!
- Last Day to choose S/U or Withdraw from a Course: November 9
- No School: November 12, November 22, and November 23
- Last Day to Withdraw from the Fall Term: November 30
- Fall Term Finals Week begins: December 3
- Fall Term Ends: December 7
Undergraduate Student Council
You are invited to the first meeting of the year for the Undergraduate Student Council!
When? October 10 from 5:30-6:30pm
Where? Women’s Building (WB) 210
The vision of the Undergraduate Student Council is to act as a voice for the student body
and a conduit of information flow between students and faculty/administration.
Consider joining the Undergraduate Student Council if you are…
- Committed to attending scheduled gatherings each term
(5:30-6:30PM in WB 210 on October 10th , October 30th , and November 28th in fall)
- Willing to assist with community service activities
- Excited to engage in leadership training sessions
- Interested in representing the views of students
- Motivated to interact with peers
Questions? Contact Vicki Ebbeck.
Career Development Opportunities
15-Minute Drop-ins with Career Advisor Claire Wu
Wednesdays 2 to 4 PM in the Women’s Building, room 105
- No RSVP required. First come, first served. No meetings available on October 17 and November 21.
Improv Your Network
Thursday, October 4 from 5:30 to 7:30pm in Kidder 109 (Science Success Center)
- Seats are limited. RSVP now! Dinner will be served.
- Also, join a fun improv acting session:
- 5:30 to 6:30 How to use improv skills for networking
- 6:30 to 7:30 A social mixer to practice networking skills you just learned
Meet Black Diamond Camps rep. for Year-long Job Opportunities
Thursday, October 11 & Friday, October 12 from 11 am to 2pm in Bexell 214
- Meet the representative to learn how to get involved in Black Diamond Camps’year-long job opportunities and get your questions answered.
Living and Learning on the Autism
Tuesday, November 6th 2018, & Wednesday, November 7th in Hallie Ford Center 115
- Come to a presentation about Living and Learning on the Autism Spectrum by Corey Stump from Footprints Behavioral Interventions in Portland, OR. Their comprehensive programs are designed with the ultimate goal of enhancing the quality of life for individuals with Autism and related disorders by helping them achieve their full potential while empowering families, educators, and caregivers through consultation and training.
- RSVP here!
Career Development Bootcamp
Friday, November 16 from 10am to 1pm in Kidder 128
- Seats are limited. RSVP now! Lunch will be served.
- If you are less than 1 year away from graduation, this bootcamp gives you everything you need to start preparing for your job search. The sooner you get started, the more time you will have to perfect your job search skills.
Mental Health First Aid Training (MHFAT)
Public Safety is hosting FREE 8-hour trainings in Cascade Hall Room 143: Tuesday, October 9. You can attend either one, but you must attend the full training and bring your own lunch (you will not be able to leave the training to get lunch). If you’d like to become certified in Mental Health First Aid, contact Stephanie Kerst.
If you cannot make it to that training, there will be another one Wednesday, December 5, 8am-5pm. To secure this date and the training, they need to have 20-35 people register and attend the training. Please register for the December 5 training through this link. If the minimum of 20 registrants is not met by October 26, the training will be cancelled and any registrants will be notified of the cancellation.
If you want to learn more about Mental Health First Aid before committing, visit the Samaritan Health Services MHFAT website.
Research Ready Workshop
Are you wondering how to get involved in undergraduate research or creative work with a faculty mentor? This process can be confusing so we’re here to help! The Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and the Arts is hosting a workshop on October 3 (5:30-7pm) where they will discuss the benefits of working with a professor at OSU, how to identify and contact the professor you want to work with, and how to apply for specific programs that provide funding to engage in research. You’ll also have an opportunity to hear directly from a panel of undergraduate researchers about what their experiences were like and a panel of professors about what they look for in undergraduate researchers.
Please RSPV and they will follow up with location information.
Nutrition & Dietetics Club
The Nutrition & Dietetics Club is a student run organization on the Oregon State University campus. The club provides students interested in nutrition opportunities to: learn more about a career in dietetics, volunteer in the community, and educate the public about better health and nutrition. The purpose is to provide a framework for meaningful student involvement and to stimulate interest in the profession of dietetics.
Comments, questions, or feedback about the news? Drop us a line at Ask a Peer Advisor.
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.