LASER outreach program recognized at White House
Latino and Latin American Space for Enrichment and Research (LASER) has been selected as a 2015 Bright Spot in Hispanic Education. Bright Spots, part of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, highlight programs, models, organizations, or initiatives that target, address, and invest in educational priorities for Hispanics and help to close the achievement gap. The announcement was made on Tuesday (9/15) in Washington, D.C. at the launch of Hispanic Heritage Month and in honor of the Initiative’s 25th anniversary.
-- > Read more: odi.osu.edu/laser/laser-odi
Free skin cancer screenings Oct. 5. Want to take care of your skin? Schedule an appointment for a free skin cancer screening to be offered by Ohio State’s James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute and the Division of Dermatology 1:20-4:20 p.m. Monday (10/5) at Martha Morehouse Medical Plaza, Tower Building, fourth floor, 2050 Kenny Road. Appointments required by Sept. 30. Walk-ins not accepted. Call The James Line at (800) 293-5066.
Buckeye Voices: Keep finances, stress in check
Bryan Ashton, assistant director with the Student Life Student Wellness Center, has worked with students across campus and administrators from around the country. He says finances are one of the leading causes of stress for college students – impeding their ability to be successful in the classroom and affecting their lives. Check out his tips for reducing daily expenses and stress.
-- > Read more: buckeyevoices.osu.edu
Global Gateways hosts international programs workshop
Ohio State Global Gateways is hosting a four-session workshop, “Fostering International Programs: Study, Research and Internships” on Wednesday (9/30) 1-4 p.m. in 156 Thompson Library. Faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members are invited to attend and must register for each session separately. A reception will follow.
-- > Register: oia.osu.edu/global-gateways
Guidelines to Keeping a Good Lab Notebook
Keeping records of your research is crucial to a successful project in any field of study. This session will teach you how to do it right. Marcela Hernandez will teach the secrets of maintaining a great lab notebook. This event is on Tuesday (9/22) 5:30 p.m. in 150 Thompson Library. RSVP preferred; walk-ins welcome.
Football season parking reminders
Annual CampusParc permit holders parking on football game days are reminded that they may enter day-of-game parking facilities free of charge by showing a valid event hangtag. If a hangtag is not produced, the non-refundable event parking fee will be required upon entry. Many of the parking facilities in the vicinity of Ohio Stadium must be vacated by 12:01 a.m. on game days. Vehicles remaining in these facilities after 12:01 a.m. may be towed at the owner’s expense.
-- > Read more: osu.campusparc.com
Register for Parent & Family Weekend
The Ohio State campus is your home away from home, and each year we invite you and your family members to make it your own as part of Parent & Family Weekend. You and your families can share in the Ohio State experience as you spend time connecting with your family, interacting with faculty and staff, and experiencing what makes being a Buckeye so special. Registration closes Friday (9/25).
-- > Read more: go.osu.edu/familyweekend
Graduate and Professional School Expo Oct. 21
Ohio State is hosting its annual Graduate and Professional School Expo on Wednesday (10/21) noon-4:30 p.m. in the Ohio Union. The event has more than 100 graduate schools registered to attend. Follow the link to register and be entered to win an Apple watch.
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