Happy Week 10 Beavs, we finally made it! This term may have been a little challenging for some of us, but we’re almost to the finish line! Study hard for those finals and finish strong. Have a great week!

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Important Dates

  • Term dates: September 23 – December 4
  • NEW S/U Deadline: December 1
  • NEW Withdraw from a course final deadline (no refund): December 1
  • Phase 1 Registration: November 15 – December 2
  • Phase 2 Registration: December 3 – January 10
  • Finals week: December 7-11


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”.

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 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.

University of Sydney Study Abroad Info Session

Interested in getting some kind of studying abroad during your college career? In Fall 2021, the University of Sydney will be hosting virtual Study Abroad and Exchange programs. This virtual offering will be meaningful and worthwhile in exploring the culture and academics in Sydney, even from a distance! If you’re interested, be sure to click on the date below to register for one of the virtual information sessions (times are all in PST):

Environmental and Occupational Health Minor

Looking for a minor that clearly supports your major and provides you an accelerated path to a Masters of Public Health? You should consider the Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH) Program. The minor focuses on the impact of environmental and occupational hazards on human health, and it’s also available over Ecampus. The Accelerated Masters Program allows current OSU undergraduates with the EOH minor in Public Health to take graduate classes, apply those credits to minor requirements, and also transfer them to the MPH EOH graduate program at OSU. For more information, be sure to check the website, or contact Laurel Kincl if you have any questions.

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