Happy Week Two Beavs! Start your term strong with good study habits, getting enough sleep, and staying active. Fall is the time when many CPHHS clubs kick off for the new school year, so make sure to check them out!

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Important Dates

  • Last Day to add a Fall term course online with departmental approval: October 13, 2019
  • No School – Veterans Day: November 11, 2019
  • Last Day to Change Grading Basis of a Fall Term course: November 15, 2019
  • No School – Thanksgiving Break: November 28 & 29, 2019
  • Fall Term Finals Week begins: December 9, 2019


Center for Global Health Seminar

On October 17th from 12-1:30 pm, attend the Community Health Workers and Maternal/Infant Health in Brazil: Perspectives from the Past seminar! This will located in the Milam Hall Hawthorn Suite, Room 119. Speaker Cari Maes, MA, PhD, will be presenting on her findings in her current book Cradle to Nation: The Politics of Maternal and Infant Health and Nation-building in 20th-century Brazil.

Join Beavs Believe

Become a member of the Beavs Believe team to help create a safe and caring community here at OSU. This program is put on by the Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center. With Beavs Believe, students will attend one facilitator training, and then assist with putting on workshops for the new members of Interfraternity Council (IFC) and Panhellenic Council (PHC). Facilitator trainings are on Monday, October 7th and Tuesday October 8th, from 2-5:00 pm at the Student Health Services 3rd floor conference rooms. Workshops will be on Sunday, October 13th with IFC and Sunday, October 27th with PHC, from 10-11:30 am.

Work Opportunity at the YES House

The Corvallis YES House, a rehabilitation facility for youth, has a part-time job opening for individuals interested in working with youth ages 12 to 18. Shifts start at 2:30 pm and go until 11:30 pm. The job position is a swing TA that observes and documents client behaviors, as well as enforce rules and regulations while maintaining a safe environment for clients. Applicants need to be, or will need to obtain, their Food Handlers certificate and First Aid and CPR certification. For more information email Kennedy Benitez.

OPHA Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training

The Oregon Public Health Association (OPHA) will be in Portland for the Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST)! This four day training will be held from October 7th to October 10th, 2019. This event will prepare you to move from prevention science and theory to practice using the Strategic Prevention Framework. You can find the registration link on the SAPST flyer, along with more training details.

OPHA 2019 Annual Conference and Meeting

The Oregon Public Health Association (OPHA) is having their 75th Annual Conference and Meeting on October 14th-15th, 2019 in Corvallis, OR. Doors open at 8:00 am and presentations begin at 9:00 am at the LaSells Stewart Center. This event connects public health leaders, professionals, advocates, students, and stakeholders to a variety of public health work in Oregon and beyond.

Job Opening with the Alcohol & Drug Policy Commission

The Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission is hiring an Alcohol and Drug Policy Analyst. This is a research position, and would be a great resume builder! To learn more check out the Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission’s website and the state jobs page.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Join the Beavers Unite Against Alzheimer’s team, for the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s. This is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support, and research. The annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s will be Saturday, October 19th, at Timber-Linn Memorial Park in Albany. To donate or to learn more, visit the 2019 Walk to End Alzheimer’s web page!

2020 Oregon Parenting Educators Conference and Training Institute

Come join the excitement of the Oregon Parenting Educators Conference to learn about the critical role of parenting on child development. This conference will be held on May 18th-19th, 2020 at the LaSells Stewart Center at Oregon State University. Registration begins March 16th, and Request of Proposals will open on November 4th, 2019. Check out their website for more information!

Etiquette Dinner and Networking Event

On Thursday, November 21st from 6-8:00 pm, join professionals at the Fall 2019 Etiquette Dinner to learn dining etiquette essential for networking, and job search with a professional butler over a 3-course meal! In addition to these amazing opportunities, there will also be employers and alumni interested in connecting with CPHHS students. Register on Handshake today, space is limited!

Funding Available for 2019-20 Student Projects

The Northwest Public Health Training Center at NWCPHP is now accepting applications to support student projects in Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and Idaho. Selected students will be funded up to $3,500 each during the 2019-20 school year. Applications are accepted on a rolling bases through March 20th, 2020. To apply, visit the Northwest Center for Public Practice.

OMSI Fellowship at OSU

The OMSI-OSU Communication Fellowship program is going to be on the Corvallis campus for the brown bag information session on Thursday, October 10th from 12-1:00 pm in LPSC 402. This session will be great opportunity for students to learn more about the 2020 Spring Training with OMSI. The OMSI-OSU partnership is a great way to engage with the community and be a part of current OSU research.

Healthy Aging Club

Students from all majors are encouraged to attend meetings for the OSU Healthy Aging Club. This club offers students a chance to learn about careers in aging, interact with elders in our community, and gain experience for graduate school, professional school and programs, or work beyond college. The club meets Wednesdays of weeks 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 from 6-7:00 pm. Join their next meeting on Wednesday, October 16th in Waldo 432!

OSU Human Services Resource Center

Did you know OSU has a Human Services Resource Center (HSRC)? This is an amazing resource for students on campus that helps low-income students stay focused on academics. They have various opportunities like, Food Security Programs, Textbook Lending Programs, Temporary Housing, and much more! You can find the HSRC on the edge of campus at Champinefu Lodge, 1030 SW Madison Ave.

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