We would like to welcome new and current student to spring term 2023. The term officially begins on Monday, April 3 and ends June 16. Please feel free to contact Renee Freeman or Dr. Carolyn Fonyo if you have any questions or registration issues.
Please make sure to monitor your ONID email account for important information and announcements from OSU and ESGP. Email is our main form of communication with students. Watch for the ESGP newsletter that is emailed to students the beginning of each month. Take a moment to check out the ESGP Blog at https://blogs.oregonstate.edu/esgp/, it includes various information including announcements, events and previous newsletters. If you have anything you would like to share, please send Josh an email to email@example.com.
Below is important information regarding ENSC course registration.
- Please note that you will need an override in order to register for thesis credits, ENSC 503 or ENSC 603, reading and conference credits, ENSC 505 or ENSC 605, project credits, ENSC 506, and/or internship credits, ENSC 510.
- When planning to register for one or more of these ENSC graduate courses, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the course information (course number, CRN and term), your name, your OSU ID number, and the name of your major professor. Once an override has been issued, you will then be sent an email informing you that you are now able to register.
- ENSC 508 is no longer required and the website has been updated. You are welcome to attend the joint campus conference and we will share information as soon as we receive it, but it is no longer required to take the credit. With many Ecampus students, it’s not feasible. Please let us know if you have any questions regarding this change.
When or if you have completed the CITI Responsible Conduct for Research certificate to fulfill the ethics requirement, please send a copy of the certificate to email@example.com (unless you’ve taken GRAD 520 or another ethics course).
If you will not be registering for classes during Fall, Winter or Spring terms, you will need to complete a Leave of Absence form, approved and signed by your major professor and the program director, and submitted to the Graduate School for approval. This will enable you to continue to be a student in good standing. Below is the Graduate School’s Leave of Absence website that includes a link for the form.
You can also find the Oregon State University Academic Calendar that lists important term dates at the link below. It is recommended that you review the dates on the webpage.
The Graduate School will be celebrating OSU’s graduate students during Grad Appreciation Week, April 17th – 21st. Events this year include an open house for the Grad Writing Center, headshots in the Grad Student Commons, and free coffee and swag items. The Grad Appreciation Week website will be updated with details over the next couple of weeks.
The Environmental Sciences Graduate Program will be offering ESGP folks a chance to meet, connect, network, share, and ask questions via weekly informal ESGP Meetings via Zoom. The meeting is offered every Friday from 1:00 – 2:00p Pacific time (excluding holidays) and can be accessed at the Zoom link below. If you have a topic that you would like to discuss during the first 30 minutes of any Friday meeting, please go to the link below to add your information and background materials. Please also use the link to check for scheduled discussion dates and topics of interest.
Topic: ESGP weekly meeting
Time: Every week on Friday at 1:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system if you have not already downloaded it.
Link to Join Zoom Meeting with password
Phone Dial-In Information
+1 971 247 1195 US (Portland)
+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
+1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)
Meeting ID: 959 5194 9898
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