100 years of journalism
Ohio State's journalism program has been covering the news for a century. Today, The Lantern regularly draws awards for the paper itself and for its student journalists. Learn about the experiences of Ohio State’s journalism alumni, and where their careers have led them.
-- > Read more: osu.edu/alumni/news
City & Regional Planning students' light rail system
The City & Regional Planning Department’s 4910 undergraduate studio recently produced a plan for a light rail system in Columbus and presented it to the Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission. The work has revived the discussion regarding transit needs in Columbus, receiving significant attention from numerous media outlets. The students’ website has generated more than 2,000 survey results.
-- > Contact: Chad Gibson at email@example.com
-- > Access students’ presentation: go.osu.edu/columbus-rail
Board of Trustees seeks undergraduate student member
Do you know of students who may be interested in providing the unique and highly valued student perspective to all discussions of the Board of Trustees? Applications are open for the new undergraduate student member of the board. Deadline to apply is Friday (2/27). Final information sessions will be on Sunday (1/25).
-- > Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
-- > Read more: trustees.osu.edu
Buckeyes beats Wolverines in Battle Against Hunger
Ohio State has defeated Michigan in the Battle Against Hunger, a program aimed at creating awareness of issues surrounding food insecurity. Through Student Life’s Pay it Forward, Ohio State collected 15,218 pounds of food to Michigan’s 3,147. Thirteen Ohio State student groups conducted food drives in November.
-- > Contact: Jake Cohen at email@example.com
-- > Read more: payitforward.osu.edu
CABS winter break service begins Dec. 18
During winter break, Thursday (12/18)-Sunday (1/11), CABS will run reduced bus service Monday-Friday, with no service overnight, on the weekends and on university holidays. For more information regarding the CABS winter break service schedule, visit the Transportation & Traffic Management web site at ttm.osu.edu/.
Pelotonia Fellowship Program applications, info session
The Pelotonia Fellowship Program is accepting applications for undergraduate, graduate, medical, pharmacy, dental and postdoctoral student fellowships for cancer related projects in any field of study. Applications are due Thursday (1/15). Attend an info session on Wednesday (12/17) at 3 p.m. in 105 Biomedical Research Tower. Register for session.
-- > Applications/details: cancer.osu.edu/go/pelotoniafellowship
-- > Contact: Jeff Mason at Jeffrey.Mason@osumc.edu
Brain imaging research awards available
The H. Dean and Susan Regis Gibson Research Award provides $1,250-$2,500 to students, with particular attention but not limited to female students, to conduct brain imaging research in Ohio State’s Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Brain Imaging. Undergraduate and graduate students may apply. Apply by Saturday (1/31).
-- > Contact: Stephanie Fowler, firstname.lastname@example.org
-- > Read more: ccbbi.osu.edu/
GRE Polish Studies Initiative grants and scholarships
The Polish Studies Initiative is accepting applications for its 2015 grant and scholarship competition. Scholarships available for undergraduates and pre-candidacy PhD students to support the study of Polish language and culture through study abroad or summer intensive language programs. Grants are open to post-candidacy PhD students and faculty to support research and curriculum development in the arts, humanities and social sciences that will enhance the understanding of Polish society and culture.
-- > Read more: slaviccenter.osu.edu
May session study abroad deadline Jan. 1
Enhance your academic achievements and broaden your perspectives by studying abroad during May session. More than 40 programs are available. Use the online search engine to narrow your choices depending on your specific interests. As an added incentive, students enrolled full-time during spring semester 2015 can take up to three credits during May session with no tuition costs. Sign up by Thursday (1/1).
New study abroad opportunity in Mexico for May 2015
The Department of Entomology is offering a new study abroad program in Mexico (Xalapa, Veracruz) for May 2015 in Vector Biology. This undergraduate/graduate course will provide students with field- and laboratory-based experiences involving the collection of arthropod vectors (e.g., mosquitoes) in the field and analysis of specimens in the laboratory. Apply by Sunday (2/1) via Buckeye Link.
-- > Contact: Peter Piermarini at email@example.com
Summer jobs on Lake Erie
Stone Lab, Ohio State’s Island Campus on Lake Erie, has openings for summer jobs. Working at Stone Lab gives you a behind-the-scenes look at how things operate at the nation’s oldest freshwater biological field station. Part-time positions are available for college-level students taking five-week courses, and full-time Biological Field Station Assistants are needed from spring through fall. A hospitality internship on Gibraltar Island is also available June-August. Applications are open now through Friday (3/6).
-- > Read more: stonelab.osu.edu/jobs
Summer Jobs with Student Life Conference Services
Conference Assistants with Student Life Summer Conference Housing are responsible for the execution of over 125 conferences and camps each summer that bring over 25,000 guests to the university. Conference Assistants are responsible for staffing the 24-hour front desk of our operation and assisting our meeting planners with conference preparation during the first few weeks of our season. To further enrich their experience, Conference Assistants will then have the opportunity to plan conferences on their own beginning in early June. Because of the demands of the position, Conference Assistants may not take classes during their employment and they may not have any other part-time or full-time employment. Applications are due February 2, 2015.
-- > Read more: http://conferenceservices.osu.edu/jobs/
Take a finals week break at the Wex and study in its galleries. Through Wednesday (12/31) you can see works by Picasso, Degas and other masters of modern art in the once-in-a-lifetime exhibition Transfigurations, and exhibition entry is free for you. Walk-ups welcome; reservations not required. Exhibition; tickets
Join Summit Students and other organizations for FINALS, a space open to all students of every faith, race, gender and sexuality, to come and relax the week of finals. Snacks, meditation stations, small service projects, and a quiet study space available 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Wednesday (12/10)-Wednesday (12/17) at Summit UMC, 82 E. 16th. Contact: Erin Hardin at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Art, Bachelor of Fine Art Senior Projects Exhibition displays the work of graduating art majors in the Autumn 2014 class at Urban Arts Space, 50 W. Town St., Suite 130, from Tuesday (12/2)-Saturday (12/20). Closing reception Saturday (12/20) from 3-5 p.m. Refreshments provided. Contact: 292-8861. Read more >