Happy Week Four!

Midterms are officially in full swing. So while you are downing espresso shots and trying to resist the allure of Netflix, don’t forget to look over the great opportunities the College of Public Health and Human Sciences is offering this week. Good luck on your exams!

Important Dates

  • Feb. 1: Tuition payment due from January 5 bill.
  • Feb. 15: Deadline for CPHHS Undergraduate Scholarship Application
  • Feb. 24 at 5pm: Last day to change to or from S/U Grading.
  • Feb. 24 at 11:55pm: Last day to withdraw from a course by Web, W grade entered on transcript.


Career Development Events in CPHHS

Study Abroad: London, England

Are you interested in studying global public health abroad this summer? Learn more about the CPHHS London Classroom Summer Abroad on Wed. February 8, from 6:45-8pm, in Waldo Hall, Room 400.  Click Here to Register for the London Information Session.

For additional information, contact Aimee Snyder at aimee.snyder@oregonstate.edu.

Scholarship Opportunity: OSURA 2017-2018

The OSU Retirement Association (OSURA) provides scholarship support to undergraduate students at Oregon State University who are engaged in a course of study that will allow them to pursue a career promoting healthy aging, where “healthy aging” may include any of the physical, mental, social and financial aspects of the aging process. Scholarship awards between $750 and $1,500 per student will be announced at the May 2017 Annual Meeting. Completed applications are due no later than Monday, March 6 by 4:30 p.m.

For additional information, see: http://osura.oregonstate.edu/osura-scholarship.

Celebrating FIRST!

Calling all first-generation students! The Division of Undergraduate Students is throwing a FIRST celebration on Feb. 2, from  4-5:30 pm, in the MU, Horizon Room.  At this event, students can meet other first generation students, learn how Oregon State provides support for first-generation students, connect with first-generation faculty and staff, and win prizes. ALL are invited to come and support our FIRST students.

For additional information, please contact Noni Scherer at noni.scherer@oregonstate.edu.

ASOSU Lobbying Events :

ASOSU works with the Oregon Student Association to bring students from across the state to Salem in order to speak with legislators about issues facing higher education. Some of the issues highlighted include: funding our institutions and need based aid, mental health resources, cultural competency, and sexual assault prevention. All students are welcome to join and share their stories. Below are future lobbying opportunities:

  • “Tuition is too DAM High Lobby Day”: Opportunity to lobby in Salem, on Feb. 14th from 7:45am – 4pm. Transportation and food will be provided. This is an all-day event, therefore ASOSU encourages students to speak with their professors beforehand, so they can make the appropriate arrangements for your absence from class. The deadline to register is Feb. 7th by 5pm. The registration form can be found by clicking here.
  • DC Lobby Trip: This trip gives students the chance to not only tour our nation’s capitol, but also lobby Oregon’s federal legislators on issues that are impacting students at home. The all-expenses-paid trip will be in mid-April and students applying can expect to miss several days of school. Applications will open on Monday, Jan. 30th and will be accessible on the ASOSU website. The deadline to apply is Monday, Feb 13th.


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