Happy Finals Week, Beavs! You’re almost done, so finish this week strong. The OSS is open over winter break, so feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions. Best of luck on any finals you have this week! 🤓

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Important Dates

  • Term dates: September 23 – December 4
  • Phase 1 Registration: November 15 – December 2
  • Phase 2 Registration: December 3 – January 10
  • Finals week: December 7-11


Faculty-Student Senate Applications

Looking to gain paid leadership experience? Want to provide a student perspective and engage in meaningful dialogue? ASOSU is inviting students to apply to be a student representative on a Faculty Senate committee to share their experiences. The position also provides one with the opportunity to develop skills in research, collaboration, and critical thinking. The best part: students will be paid for their time! You can apply at here or contact Molly Chambers  for questions. The application closes December 16.

Academic Year 2021-2022 Scholarships

Are you looking for scholarships to help pay for your tuition and fees next school year? This year, you will be able to search for both OSU scholarships and external (non-OSU) scholarships using ScholarDollars. The application is open now and will close February 15, 2021 for the College of Public Health and Human Sciences.  Start your application now (or during the winter break), and don’t wait until the last minute! All submitted CPHHS applications will be carefully reviewed by a committee of CPHHS faculty members across the college, and once your application is submitted, you won’t be able to edit it. Additionally, if you are an AY20-21 CPHHS scholarship recipient, your scholarship award(s) is not renewable, so we encourage everyone to apply for the AY21-22 scholarships. If you have any questions regarding the CPHHS undergraduate scholarships, please feel free to email our scholarship coordinator, Niddy Lindsley.

H 445: Occupational Health

Learn about Occupational Health in Public Health context. This course will cover the basic principles, historical, and contemporary topics of occupational health, including work-related injuries and illnesses, and interventions to reduce various exposures associated with occupational diseases. The class will be offered in Winter 2021, on Thursdays from 4:00 pm – 6:50 pm over Zoom. The class is also required for the undergrad minor in EOH, so if you are interested in occupational health, you should definitely take a look at this cool opportunity.

Ecampus H480 Undergraduate Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH) Seminar

Calling all EOH minors! This is a required class for you, and will likely be the only time the class is offered this year. This seminar focuses on professional development that will help students prepare for obtaining an internship or job, as well as include discussions with professionals working in environmental and occupational health. If you have any questions, be sure to ask your advisor or reach out to Molly Kile, the instructor for the course.

Job Opportunity: CPHHS Peer Advisor

The OSS is starting their search for some new Peer Advisors! Peer Advisors will act as CPHHS ambassadors to OSU students, prospective students, parents, the campus community and the larger community, informing these groups about CPHHS academic programs and experiences. This will be accomplished through various events: START orientations, campus visits, tours, workshops, and other events. This position will also provide clerical support for the office and work directly with academic advisors, as well as advise undergraduate and prospective students. Applications are now open, so if you’re interested, you can review the position and apply here.

Student Evaluation of Teaching

The eSET form for Fall 2020 is now open, so be sure to go in and give your professors feedback on your experiences this fall. You can access the eSET form through your MyOregonState under the “Student” section at “Student Evaluation of Teaching”.

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