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HSPB Presents: Global Cinema Dinner & Dialogue HSPBKuhn House11/30/2017 7:30 PM11/30/2017 9:00 PM
Are you interested in films? What about foreign film? Join us for a dinner and discussion with Professor Mark Svede about global cinema! We will view film clips and talk about how they contribute to global awareness. RSVP is required. The attendance will be capped at 20 students. We hope to see you there!
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Beinecke Scholarship Information SessionUndergraduate Fellowship OfficeKuhn 10211/28/2017 4:30 PM11/28/2017 5:30 PM
20 Beinecke Scholars are selected annually on the basis of superior standards of intellectual ability, scholastic achievement (3.7+ GPA), and personal promise. This award provides $34,000 towards graduate funding. Undergraduate students who plan to earn a terminal degree (PhD or MFA) in the arts, humanities, or social sciences should apply in their junior year. Candidates must also have a documented history of receiving need-based financial aid. OSU may forward one nominee for this award.
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Udall Scholarship Information SessionUndergraduate Fellowship OfficeKuhn 10211/29/2017 4:00 PM11/29/2017 5:00 PM
The Udall Foundation awards 60 scholarships to sophomores and juniors pursuing careers related to the environment. This award provides $7,000 towards undergraduate expenses. Competitive applicants will have a 3.0+ GPA, demonstrated leadership and service related to the environment, and clear graduate school plans and career aspirations. The Udall also provides awards for American Indian students planning careers in tribal policy or tribal health care. OSU may nominate up to 6 students for this award.
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Mount Vernon Leadership Fellows Info SessionUndergraduate Fellowship OfficeKuhn 10212/6/2017 4:00 PM12/6/2017 5:00 PM
Mount Vernon Leadership Fellows experience a varied program over the course of a six-week summer program and develop leadership skills inspired by the life and legacy of George Washington. Fellows create an action plan for a capstone project to implement positive change in their communities. Fellows will spend May 26th-July 6th 2018 at Mount Vernon, just outside Washington, DC. The program is all-inclusive, and fellows are provided housing, transportation, meals, and a $3000 stipend.
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A Gift to Myself The Ohio State University Suicide Prevention Program Physical Activity and Education Services (PAES) Lobby, near Scarlet Skyway11/27/2017 12:00 PM11/27/2017 2:00 PM
Need something to warm your heart and cheer you up during finals week? Excited about your upcoming break? As a part of the OSU Suicide Prevention Program's Self-Care Campaign Event #BuckeyeBeWell (November 24-December 7), we are hosting an event called "A Gift to Myself" to promote student wellness and a more rewarding winter break. Stop by the PAES Lobby on Monday, November 27 from 12 p.m. - 2.00 p.m., grab a cup of free hot chocolate to warm your soul, and add your winter break self-care tip to the largest gift on campus. For more information, please contact suicideprevention.osu.edu.
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Autumn 2017 BOSS FinaleThe Ohio State Center for Innovation and EnrepreneurshipPAST Innovation Lab11/29/2017 5:00 PM11/29/2017 7:30 PM
Please join us for the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Autumn 2017 Best of Student Startups (BOSS) Finale. Watch 5 student finalists pitch their ideas for a product/business/service and compete for $3,000 in funding towards their idea. Wednesday, November 29th, 2017 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM PAST Innovation Lab Columbus, OH 43212 FREE food will be provided for guests. Learn more about the BOSS Program here. This event is FREE and open to the public.
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Mapping Our World - Southern Scandinavia in Sweden Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 16011/29/2017 5:30 PM11/29/2017 6:30 PM
This program offers you a unique education abroad experience, combining online course work in the art and science of map making with a two-week immersive field-study experience at Lund University, Sweden, located in one of Northern Europe’s most dynamic and exciting regions. During your time in Sweden, you will engage in geographic field-work and data collection exercises, attend lectures by local experts, and tour significant places, historical sites and museums. Time before, during, and after the program can be devoted to independent travel. Coursework can be used to fulfill the GE Data Analysis http://go.osu.edu/Mappingourworld For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Corfu, Greece: Intro to Western Traditions Study Abroad Information SessionOffice of International Affairs100 Enarson Classroom Building11/30/2017 4:30 PM11/30/2017 5:30 PM
Come learn about the Introduction to Western Tradition and Contemporary Issues in Corfu, Greece May study abroad program, which takes students to the island of Corfu to visit museums, archaeological sites and to learn more about western civilization and modern issues in European society.
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Global "Hotspots" of the Early Modern World: Argentina Education Abroad Program Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 10012/4/2017 5:00 PM12/4/2017 6:00 PM
Attend this information session to learn more about the exciting Global "Hotspots" of the Early Modern World: Buenos Aires summer study abroad program in May. Hotspot cities such as Buenos Aires served as key centers of economic exchange, imperial expansion and culture influence that shaped the emerging modern world we live in today. These "hotspots" attracted diverse populations and connected empires with broad colonial regions and served as hubs of international trading networks. http://go.osu.edu/ArgentinaHotSpot. For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Geography of the European Union from Cyprus Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 16012/5/2017 4:00 PM12/5/2017 5:00 PM
This four-week summer study abroad program in May is designed to offer students the opportunity to study the geography of the European Union (EU) in Cyprus, the easternmost member of the European Union and the Eurozone. The program will be offered at Neapolis University which is located in the coastal historic city of Pafos, less than one hundred meters from the sea. Pafos is designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, because of its many archaeological treasures and during 2017, it will serve as the European Capital of Culture. The program includes group visits to the capital of Lefkosia (Nicosia), Aphrodite’s birthplace, Kourion, Lemesos (Limassol), and the Akamas Peninsula. In Lefkosia, students will visit the House of Europe and the Central Bank of Cyprus where experts on their staff will brief students on the specific issues pertaining to the relationship between Cyprus and the EU. Visits are also scheduled to the gentrified neighborhoods of Lefkosia within the Venetian walls, especially the popular neighborhood of Laiki Yeitonia, and the dividing line between the Republic of Cyprus and the Turkish-occupied north. http://go.osu.edu/CyprusGeography For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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China Global May Education Abroad Program Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 10012/6/2017 4:00 PM12/6/2017 5:00 PM
Learn more about the China Global May study abroad program, which will introduce you to the laid-back city of Chengdu, capital of the Sichuan province. Group projects and independent study will enable you to immerse yourself in the strong traditions, culture, historical significance and culinary delights of this region. This four-week program is open to all majors, taught in English and the three hours of credit earned on this program can be used to satisfy the Education Abroad open option GE. http://go.osu.edu/ChinaGlobalMay For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Environmental Sustainability in Costa Rica Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 16012/6/2017 5:30 PM12/6/2017 6:30 PM
Learn more about the Environmental Sustainability in Costa Rica study abroad program, which tackles the major issues of management and conservation of natural resources in one of the countries with the highest biodiversity on the planet. During this program, students will be engaging in hands-on environmental problem solving and learning how to balance economic development and conservation while experiencing one of the richest cultural heritages of Central America. http://go.osu.edu/CostaRicaEnvironment For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Mapping Our World - Southern Scandinavia in Sweden Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 1601/10/2018 5:30 PM1/10/2018 6:30 PM
This program offers you a unique education abroad experience, combining online course work in the art and science of map making with a two-week immersive field-study experience at Lund University, Sweden, located in one of Northern Europe’s most dynamic and exciting regions. During your time in Sweden, you will engage in geographic field-work and data collection exercises, attend lectures by local experts, and tour significant places, historical sites and museums. Time before, during, and after the program can be devoted to independent travel. Coursework can be used to fulfill the GE Data Analysis http://go.osu.edu/Mappingourworld For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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The History and Archaeology of Medieval Ireland Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 1601/11/2018 4:00 PM1/11/2018 5:00 PM
The History and Archaeology of Medieval Ireland: Trim and the Blackfriary education abroad program allows students to dive into the rich history of medieval Ireland. Open to undergraduate students of all majors and backgrounds, this program will take students to the impressive historic town of Trim, Ireland during Summer. Students will spend their time actively participating in an archaeological excavation of a medieval monastery and cemetery, known as the Black Friary. A team of professional archaeologists will guide students along the way, providing them with opportunities for first-hand experience and unique professional insights. Also included in the program are numerous field trips and ample time to travel Ireland independently. http://go.osu.edu/MedievalIreland For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Liverpool: Past, Present, and Future Education Abroad Progam Information SessionOffice of International AffairsEnarson Classroom Building 1601/11/2018 5:30 PM1/11/2018 6:30 PM
This 8-week summer session 2 program will introduce students to the history, literature and culture of the exciting city of Liverpool, England. This course will take place on Newark’s campus both before and after the 2-week travel portion in the United Kingdom. Students will engage in planned activities, including guided tours and visits to historical and cultural sites, and have free time for research and exploration. Learn about the past three centuries of this complex city and how it has developed from a port city with a complicated history to a vibrant landmark called an European Capital of Culture in 2008. http://go.osu.edu/Liverpool. For more information, please contact Tiffany Pierskalla.
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Czech Republic: Sustainability and Agricultural Policy in the European Union - Information SessionOIA: Education Abroad100 Enarson Hall1/16/2018 5:30 PM1/16/2018 6:30 PM
This four-week program is in year 26 of being hosted by the Czech Life Sciences University (CZU) and has a positive track record as an Ohio State favorite. Students explore the dramatic history of this small Central European nation through lectures, field trips and plenty of free time in Prague. Study development and economic change from the days of King Charles to the birth of Czechoslovakia under communism, through the peaceful "Velvet Revolution" and into their ascent into the European Union. The story of Czech development is told in many various contexts, but agriculture and natural resources are the focus.
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Oxford University Pre-Law Education Abroad Information SessionOffice of International AffairsPublic Service Law Center in Drinko Hall1/18/2018 5:00 PM1/18/2018 6:00 PM
Under the direction of the Department of External Studies of the University of Oxford, participants in the Oxford Pre-Law program study a variety of subjects in the British tradition of lectures and tutorials. The program course is organized under two general areas: Law and Society (Britain and the United States) and Introduction to the Anglo-American Legal System. These subjects are taught by members of the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies at Wolfson College, University of Oxford and a senior professor of The Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz College of Law. Integrated into the program are numerous special field visits to places of legal, historical and cultural interest, such as London and Stratford-upon-Avon. Sites of particular interest include the Houses of Parliament, the Old Bailey, local courts, Royal Albert Hall, Blenheim Palace and Warwick Castle.
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Education Abroad Information Session: Australia - Human Impacts on the Natural EnvironmentOffice of Education Abroad250 Hitchcock10/26/2018 4:30 PM10/26/2018 5:30 PM
Summer 2018 Program - Applications Due January 15, 2018
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Knits for KidsHSPB Kuhn Honors & Scholars House11/29/2017 6:00 PM11/29/2017 8:00 PM
Come join HSPB and the OSU Knitting Club for a great cause to knit newborn baby hats and booties for hospitals in need. Buckeye donuts and hot chocolate will be served. No experience is necessary and all materials will be provided. Please RSVP. We hope to see you there!
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