Happy Week 7, Beavs! Priority registration starts this Sunday, November 15. If you haven’t made an appointment with your advisor to get your PIN, be sure to do that ASAP! Also, the S/U deadline is this Friday, November 13, at 12:00 pm so make sure to get in those forms early! Have a great week!
- Term dates: September 23 – December 4
- S/U Deadline: November 13
- Withdraw from a course final deadline (no refund): November 13
- Phase 1 Registration: November 15 – December 2
- Phase 2 Registration: December 3 – January 10
- Finals week: December 7-11
Covid-19 Concern Intake Form
The Office of the Registrar has developed an intake form to address student issues and concerns related to COVID-19. If you have an issue or concern and wish to receive support about academics, personal or financial needs, please fill out this form.
Steps to S/U a Class
The S/U Deadline for Fall 2020 is coming up this Friday! Be sure to follow these steps below to make sure you get your form in early to your advisor for them to approve:
- Log into your MyOregonState
- Select the “Academics” tab
- In the “Academic Resources” section, click “Change Class Options”
- Select the appropriate term to view class schedule and grading options, change the class you want to S/U, and click “submit changes”
- Check your ONID for a confirmation email from DocuSign Registrar Forms Mgr.
- Click “Review Document”. Click “Continue” to sign the request, then click the “Sign” tag. Be sure to click “Finish” to complete the process.
- Once the form is signed, it will be automatically emailed to your Academic Advisor for them to sign.
For more detailed instructions, be sure to check out the Change of Grading Basis page at the Office of the Registrar’s website.
Institute of Health Improvement Club
The IHI Open School Chapter here at OSU is a student-led club focused on advancing the safety and quality of care that is delivered in all healthcare settings around the world. As a club, they are dedicated to learning about the science of improvement and how to apply those principles to a real-life problem. The club’s mission is to provide members with an opportunity to engage in these principles so they can carry them into their careers. This is achieved through open discussions on healthcare, case studies, and guest speakers. This upcoming fall term there will be weekly meetings over Zoom open to anyone interested. If you are interested, be sure to email their President or Larry Gilley and get added to their Canvas page. In addition, be sure to check out their Facebook and Instagram!
Campbell Lecture 2020: A Public Health Science Approach to Autism
Craig Newschaffer, Ph.D. is Dean of the College of Health and Human Development at Penn State University. He’ll be joining CPHHS to talk about his research and work in the realm of autism spectrum disorder on Friday, November 13 from 1-2 pm. Be sure to join the zoom call the day of the event if you’re interested!
Virtually Volunteer with Salem-Keizer school district ASPIRE
Do you like working with high school kids? Looking for mentorship opportunities? Volunteer to work with high school students and help them navigate their post-graduation plans! ASPIRE, a mentoring program that helps students access education and training beyond high school is looking for volunteers; no experience necessary. After a quick application and training, you will be matched with a high school student to mentor as they prepare for life after graduation. You could help with the college search and application process, planning for post-life graduation, and more. Most mentors meet at least 15 minutes with a student, once per week for seniors and once every 2-4 weeks for juniors; but meeting times and durations will be worked out between the volunteer and the student! They’re looking for volunteers to begin ASAP, so reach out to Sarah Muir, college and career coach at Early College High School and Roberts High School, if you are interested! You can also reach out to Chad Kuwana in CPHHS for more details.
BEavers HERE NOW: Guided Virtual Meditation Sessions
Hey Beavs, we know this upcoming week could be stressful for a lot of people! With that in mind, be sure to take a minute or two and focus on your mental health. CAPS is still putting on guided meditation sessions for students every Tuesday and Wednesday at 3:00 pm. The meditations are 15 minute guided sessions, and no experience is necessary. Register here!
International Student Drop-In Hours
Attention all international students: OIS now has Zoom drop-in hours for the rest of Fall term from 2pm to 3pm Monday through Friday. If you have questions on enrollment, visas, OPT/CPT, then please speak with an international advisor using their Zoom link.
Fast Track your Path to a Master of Public Health
The Environmental and Occupation Health minor can provide you with an accelerated path to a Master of Public Health degree. With this accelerated route, you can take up to 12 graduate credits that count toward your EOH minor and your MPH. That is 20% of your MPH completed as an undergraduate student! Check out our website for more information.
OSPIRG Oregon Health Policy in 2021
Oregonians spend far too much and get far too little in return when it comes to health care. Join this virtual event to learn about upcoming efforts to improve our health care system by lowering prices and providing better options for Oregonians. You can ask questions and learn how you can help change Oregon health care! Register here!
Graduate School Information Session
Interested in Grad school at OSU? CPHHS and OSU Graduate School are co-hosting an information session to get all your questions answered. The session will be held on Tuesday, November 10 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. Be sure to register for the event, as the Zoom link and password will be emailed to all registrants before the event. Contact Suzanna Chase with any questions!
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