Happy week seven! We’re a week closer to feeling those summer sunshine rays so let’s pull through the rest of the term. Have a wonderful week everyone! 😊
- Term Dates: Mar 29-June 11
- Phase 1 Registration: May 16 – June 2
- Phase 2 Registration: June 3 – Oct 3
- Last day to S/U a course: June 1, 5pm PST
- Last day to withdraw from a course: June 4, 11:55 pm PST
- Finals week: June 7 – June 11
OSU Homecoming Court 2021
Applications are now open for 2021 Homecoming Court until tomorrow May 12, 2021! As 1 of the selected 6 students, you will get to attend special events and receive a $500 scholarship! You will also join a long line of student leaders who embody the spirit, integrity, and achievement of a true Oregon Stater. Learn more and apply here.
CPHHS Commencement Celebration
Please join us as we celebrate you, the 2021 undergraduate class of CPHHS, and your amazing achievements! We invite you to join a fun and interactive 1-hour event that includes a guest speaker, music, a video made by our students, and ample time for networking with classmates, advisors, and faculty.
This college-specific event (not affiliated with the virtual OSU commencement on 6/12) will feature Jafra Thomas, an alumnus of the college (MPH and PhD) who is the 2021 recipient of the Hally Poindexter Young Scholar Award from the National Association for Kinesiology in Higher education. RSVP by May 20, 2021 via this survey and direct any concerns or questions to Amy Riley.
A Day in the Life of Public Health Professionals
Calling all students! We invite you to an engaging panel presentation: “A Day in the Life – featuring Clackamas County Public Health” on Friday, May 21, 2021 12-1pm PST via Zoom. During the presentation, you will have the opportunity to hear directly from 3 public health professionals about what it’s really like to work in public health. You will gain deeper insights into the day-to-day work of local health departments, build connections, and get your questions answered. Join us for this exciting opportunity by RSVPing now to hold your spot!
Philip Mason-Joyner, Clackamas County Public Health Director
Apryl Herron, Senior Program Coordinator
Anna Menon, Public Health Data Analyst
Ecampus Courses Restriction: Phase I Fall 2021 Registration
The Office of Student Success would like to update CPHHS students regarding Ecampus courses. Historically, HDFS Ecampus courses have had restricted registration access during Phase I of Registration to ensure that Ecampus students have access to their major courses. Starting Fall 2021, the CPHHS will also restrict registration access to Public Health Ecampus courses during Phase I of Registration in addition to the HDFS Ecampus course restrictions. Students can register for Ecampus HDFS and Public Health courses during Phase II of registration.
Please visit this website for more information on the Ecampus Registration Restrictions detailing specific courses that are restricted, when it is appropriate to request to enroll in an Ecampus course during Phase I, and how to request enrolling in an Ecampus course during Phase I.
RSVPing for the Commencement Ceremony
Graduating this spring? Visit GradPak to RSVP for the virtual commencement ceremony on June 12th. GradPak asks graduates to create a graduation slide of yourselves that will be shown during the ceremony. The deadline to RSVP and submit your graduation slide is May 15, 2021.
Fall 2021 Master of Public Health (MPH) Students
Calling all prospective masters’ students interested in Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH)! The deadline to apply for the fall 2021 MPH Program is June 1st, 2021. Not sure if EOH is the right path for you? Talk to our EOH program director, Laurel Kincl about your application and find more information here: application and EOH info sheet
Center for Advancing Financial Education (CAFÉ)
The Center for Advancing Financial Education (CAFÉ) has launched its social media communication platform! CAFÉ invites you to follow their Instagram where they will be posting 2x/week. Their content will consist of important finance-related announcements and deadlines relevant to the OSU student community, and “Financial Tidbits” which provides resources, information, and insights that educate the community around financial matters.
CAFÉ also has a team of peers and professional staff to meet 1:1 with students starting fall 2021! During these appointments, upper-level financial literacy services are provided, such as financial planning or basic investing with one of the professional staff who is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP). Follow CAFÉ’s Instagram for more updates or reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
Skills Trainer Intern at Trillium Family Services
Trillium Family Services is hiring! As a skills trainer intern, you will have the opportunity to help out with residential treatment, day treatment, school-based outpatient or prevention programs. For more information, check out the Handshake posting here.
IPV Prevention Outreach Assistant
OSU is hiring an Interpersonal Violence Prevention Outreach Assistant. Anticipated hours are 20 hours a week. Applications are due May 25, 2021. For more information on this role click here, but it is important to note that the people reviewing the applications for this position are Responsible Employees. This means that if there is a disclosure of sexual violence in this application it must be immediately reported to the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access.
Recruiting Beaver Connect Peer Mentors
Beaver Connect is looking for Peer Mentors for 2021-2022 mentoring teams! You as a co-mentor will be matched with a faculty member to lead crucial discussions on navigating college, achieving success, and getting more out of the OSU experience with a group of 3-4 new-to-OSU students. This position will help you make connections with faculty and peers and develop resume-building leadership skills! The job application is open now and closes May 31, 2021. Positions start in late summer or early fall and last through spring 2022. Undergraduates who identify as students of color, first-generation, low-income, transfer, student-athletes, or have experience in the University Exploratory Studies Program are especially encouraged to apply! Check out this brief orientation video or visit their website to find out more. Questions and accommodation requests can be directed to Caitlin McVay.
School of Social & Behavioral Health Sciences Hiring an Office Scribe
The School of Social and Behavioral Health is hiring an office scribe! This position entails preparing and assistance in electronically written/presented media. Preference is given to students with a background in public health and those with knowledge of Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. Email Dr. Jospeh Catania about any questions or concerns and apply here by June 4, 2021.
Community Engagement and Leadership Job Opportunity
Community Engagement and Leadership (CEL) at OSU is currently hiring student employees for Fall 2021! Student employees may be responsible for planning events, meeting with community partners or students for advising, and facilitating educational programs. Students can work an average of 10-20 hours per week. Read more in the CEL Program Specialist position description. The application is opening soon, and the deadline to apply is June 27, 2021. You can find the job posting application here.