Happy Week 8 Beavs! Can you believe the term is almost over? It can be hard to keep motivation up around this time, but you got this. Keep working hard, and have a great week! 😁

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Important Dates

  • March 30-June 12: Spring Term
  • Last Day to Change the Grading Basis of a Course: June 5, 2020 (extended)
  • Phase 1 for Fall 2020 Registration: May 11-June 3
  • Phase 2 for Fall 2020 Registration: June 4-October 4
  • Finals Week: June 8-June12, 2020
  • Fall 2020: Commencement, date TBD (postponed ceremony from Sping 2020)


James R. Naibert, M.D., Healthcare Scholarship

This scholarship is in honor of James R. Naibert, a retired physician at the Corvallis Clinic. The scholarship is geared towards recognizing students who demonstrate an interest in working in a health-related profession that involves direct patient care. To be eligible, students must be a college sophomore or above in standing and have graduated from high school in Linn or Benton county or have lived in either county for at least 3 years while working in the healthcare field. Applications are due May 31. For more information on the Naibert, please visit the Corvallis Clinic Foundation’s website.

Knowledge Quest: A New Podcast for Students

Friends! Join Slade Thackeray on a new podcast called Knowledge Quest. He created it for you. It a great place to ask questions about personal and professional development. Slade takes the questions, and then he finds answers by interviewing professionals and students from all over the place. Check it out and leave him a question here.

Summer Experiential Learning Options

Experiential Learning expert Slade Thackeray has put together a video explaining all things experiential learning for this summer; the best part is all the opportunities are open to all PHHS students. Options in the KIN 406 class include an Advanced Industry Awareness course, Service Learning in Kinesiology, and an opportunity to earn Retroactive Credit. These classes need at least 25 people to happen, so make sure to check them out! For more information visit the CPHHS website on internships, contact Slade, check out the podcast mentioned above, or visit the experiential learning Instagram.

OSU Paid Internship Opportunity

The College of Education is offering a paid internship opportunity in Macau, China for Fall Term 2020! They are welcoming anyone who is interested in an international experience working with kids; it is not required that you are an education major or minor to participate. The internship is a 12-credit E-campus course that runs a full term, and students are provided with on-campus housing and a stipend. Macau was one of the first cities to shut-down after COVID-19, and have had no new cases since April 9. If you’re interested in this opportunity, be sure to explore their website and contact Carol McKiel with any questions.

Winning in Life After College

The Oregon State University Alumni Association has curated a new series of engaging digital events on life skills and career strategies to make the end of the year just as memorable, and help OSU students leave college prepared for their path ahead. The events will be held every Thursday from noon to 1:00 pm. For more information and to see all the dates available, visit the OSU Alumni Association’s website.

Student Teaching Panel

The College of Education and Ethnic Studies are co-hosting a student teaching panel on May 28 from 5:00-7:00 pm. The panel will consist of current Student Teachers in the Education Double Degree Program and is open to anyone with an interest in teaching. If you’re interested, the Zoom ID for the meeting is 923-2119-5168. For more information, please contact Jason Tena-Encarnacion.


The PTAH club is still meeting remotely this term with places like George Fox University and WesternU. Check out the meeting schedule here. Additionally, they are starting their search for officers for the next academic year! Holding a position looks great on resumes and provides valuable experience and networking opportunities. The positions include President, Vice President, and 3 Wheel-A-Thon officers. If you’re interested in holding a position or want to get on the email list for the club, get in touch with Samantha Noregaard.

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