FEBRUARY 2019

Integrated Major in Math and English (IMME)
The Integrated Major in Math and English (IMME) is an innovative program designed to prepare students with high-level skills in both mathematics and English stressing an integrated, complementary mastery of these disciplines.  Four mathematics  concentration areas are available: Financial/Actuarial, Applied, Pre-Education Math, and Theoretical. These are combined with a strong foundation in English, including critical and analytical writing, and an opportunity to choose electives.  The English Department fosters empathy, textual analysis and communication. Mathematics teaches precision in modeling and in analyzing real-world problems, and involves skills in calculation and numerical analysis.  Students will be well prepared for positions in banking, insurance, marketing, consulting, non-profit organizations, and other fields that require both some mathematical awareness and strong communication skills, as well as for application to graduate and professional schools.  Read more.  For more information, contact program advisor Diana DeVol Bevilacqua at  devol-bevilacqua.1@osu.edu or MaryKatherine Ramsey at ramsey.240@osu.edu.
"Meet the Prof"
Dr. Karl Whittington, Department of History of Art
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Join other arts and sciences students for free pizza and informal conversation with Dr. Karl Whittington, Associate Professor and Chair of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of History of Art.  Dr. Whittington teaches a large GE survey of Ancient and Medieval Western Art, upper level courses on Medieval Art and Architecture, and study abroad courses in France and Italy.  He is a specialist in European medieval art, particularly issues relating to the history of science, gender and sexuality, and image theory.  Presented by the Arts and Sciences Student Council.  Read more about Dr. Whittington.
Wednesday, February 13 from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.  in the Round Meeting Room of the Ohio Union.
Summer Internship and Opportunity Fair
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The 2019 Summer Internship & Opportunity Fair connects students to organizations recruiting for summer 2019 opportunities, which includes: internships, volunteer positions, part-time summer jobs and full-time summer jobs.  More infoList of employers.
Wednesday, February 27 at 1:00 p.m. in the Ohio Union, Grand Ballroom
Discover Exciting Opportunities for Professional Growth!
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With over 26 Career Success events scheduled in February, you have amazing opportunities to network, learn, and prepare for a lifetime of opportunity. Make sure you check out the calendar in Handshake. Some events - like the ASC Coffee Chats - you can squeeze into your day on the fly. Other events - like the Summer Internship & Opportunity Fair - require advance prep work. Career Success is a source of support as you prepare to wow employers. Meet with a Career Coach to finalize your resume and elevator pitch for the Summer Internship and Opportunity Fair or attend one of the Internship Week events designed to support your quest for an internship.
Partner with Career Success to Prepare for Your Internship or Job!
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As part of our mission to support students with their career planning, Career Success is co-hosting multiple Life Beyond Degree (LBD) events with ASC departments between February and April, including Film Studies, Music, Linguistics, International Studies, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Physics, CIS, and History of Art (LBDs were held last month for students majoring in Mathematics and Biology). If you are a student leader of a department club and would like to explore how to collaborate with Career Success, please contact Stephanie Ford, Director of the Career Communities team, at ford.82@osu.edu.
JCPenney "Suit Up" Event
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Everything you need to finish your look for that next career fair, interview or new job - including suits, dresses, sport coats, dress pants, shoes and accessories.  Extra 40% off select men's and women's career dress apparel and shoes.  Show your BuckID at check-in to get your special discount card.  Sephora will be offering free mini makeovers.  The Salon will be offering $10 men's cuts and $10 brow waxes.  There will be a DJ, free raffles, prizes, and giveaways!  This event is only open to Ohio State students.  Info on how this event works and where to park to enter the store here.
Sunday, February 17 from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. at JCPenney, Polaris Mall, 1450 Polaris Parkway.
Dean's Student Advisory Board - Apply for a Position 
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The College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Student Advisory Board is seeking three undergraduate students to serve a two-year term. One representative will be selected from each of the three college divisions: Arts and Humanities, Natural and Mathematical Sciences and Social and Behavioral Sciences. To be eligible students must be pursuing a degree in the arts and sciences on the Columbus campus and not graduate until after Spring 2021.  The Board meets once a month during the academic year from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.  To apply submit an application and your resume to ascstudent@osu.edu Read more.
Friday, February 8 by 4 p.m. - Application deadline.
Taste of OSU 2019
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Taste of OSU provides an exciting evening of international cuisine, cultural exhibits and vibrant performances presented by 44 student organizations to a crowd of 4,000 attendees.  The event is free and open to the public. To sample the array of international dishes prepared by the student organizations, attendees must purchase $1 tickets. Food tickets will be available for purchase with BuckIDs February 4-14 at the Office of International Affairs in Enarson Classroom Building and February 11-14 at the Ohio Union. On February 15, tickets will be available for purchase at the Ohio Union with cash or BuckID.  Read more.
Friday, February 15 from 5 - 8:30 p.m. in the Ohio Union.
Each year, TEDxOhioStateUniversity hosts a TEDx event on Ohio State's campus to spread the innovative and meaningful ideas of members of our Ohio State community.  This year the theme is FUSE.  Come and hear the following speakers as well as other members of the arts and sciences and Ohio State community.  Read more and ticket info.
Bart Elmore - assistant professor, Department of History.
Jasmine Roberts - Lecturer, School of Communication
Zeynep Saygin - assistant professor, Department of Psychology
Matthew Sullivan - professor, Departments of Microbiology and EEOB, and the College of Engineering 
February 23 - Session 1: Noon; Session 2: 2:30 p.m. at Mershon Auditorium.
Scarlet and Gay Scholarships
The Scarlet & Gay LGBTQ Alumni Society is committed to promoting the best interests of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer alumni and students of The Ohio State University.  The Society currently awards 10 scholarships annually.  For questions contact: Nicole Nieto at nieto.12@osu.edu.  Info on scholarships and online application  here.
Monday, February 18 - Application deadline.
Denman Undergraduate Research Forum
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The Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry (OUR&CI) is hosting the 24th Annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum.   Come and support almost 200 undergraduate researchers from across campuses and disciplines as they present their research and compete to place in their categories. This is a great chance to see how undergraduate research is conducted and presented.  Read more.
Wednesday, February 20 from 12 - 5 p.m. in Room 300 of Pomerene Hall.
Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program
The Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP) is soliciting applications from full-time Ohio State undergraduates who seek out a research or creative project in their field and have not received funding to support their involvement in a research or creative project.  Read more.
Monday, February 18 at 5 p.m. - Application deadline.
Karen A. Holbrook Fund for Summer Research
The Karen A. Holbrook Fund supports full-time undergraduates conducting international research or creative projects during Summer Term, 2019.  Read more.
Monday, February 18 at 5 p.m. - Application deadline.
Images of Research + Arts Competition
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The Images of Research + Arts Competition is an interdisciplinary exhibit competition with the goal of showcasing the breadth and diversity of research and artistic endeavors undertaken by Ohio State undergraduates.  More information here.
Monday, February 18 at 5 p.m. - Application deadline.
Arts and Humanities Undergraduate Research Small Grants
The Undergraduate Research Small Grants Program is designed to enhance opportunities for undergraduate students in the Arts & Humanities to conduct research/creative activity. The grants offer financial support of up to $500 on a competitive basis and will be given as cash awards to each student's tuition account.  More info here.
Friday, March 9 - Application deadline.
Arts Undergraduate Research Scholarships
This competition is for students who are pursuing a degree in the Arts, willing to pursue Arts honors and an Honors Distinction Project in the arts, and will be working on a creative or research project by autumn semester of the last year of their major program.  The amount of an award varies from $500 to $7,000.  More info here.
Friday, Mach 9 - Application deadline.
Leadership Awards
Applications and nominations are now open for Student Life's 2019 Leadership Awards. Over the past 50 years, The Ohio State University has honored and recognized thousands of students, organizations, and advisors who demonstrate leadership, collaboration, and a commitment to our Buckeye community. Any Ohio State student, faculty, or staff member is eligible. Apply or nominate an outstanding Buckeye here.
Monday, February 11 by 11:59 p.m. - Applications/nominations due.
Friday, February 15 at 11:59 p.m. - Letters of recommendation due.
Technology COMPAS
Conversations on Morality, Politics and Society
Spring 2019, COMPAS programs explore the many ways in which our lives have been changed by our technological creations.  Events are free and open to the public.
February 15 - The Pleasures and Perils of Personal Technology.   Read more .  RSVP here .
March 29 - Targeting with Big Data.  Read more.
A Dinosaur for Orton Hall
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Meet our new 24-foot dinosaur friend, Cryolophosaurus ellioti, "living" in Orton Hall. The skeleton was discovered and named in honor of one of Ohio State's own geology professors, David Elliot. Found in Antarctica, it's the most complete dinosaur found from that continent and highlights the university's long history of research in the polar regions.  Try the augmented reality that has been added to the exhibit bu downloading the "orton hall ar dinosaur exhibit" app onto your iPhone or iPad. Then, either visit Orton Hall or click on the link to Cryolophosaurus on the Orton Geological Museum webpage. In the museum, you can interact with a 3D Cryolophosaurus, see plate tectonic movements from the Jurassic to the present and back, and listen to David Elliot discuss finding the dinosaur.  Read more.
Health, Wellness and Safety
Yoga for Mental Health Drop In Workshop
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This weekly drop-in workshop is designed specifically to enhance the mind-body connection so that students can learn skills to mitigate stress, increase concentration, and improve mental and emotional well-being. Each week will have a different theme and will benefit anyone who is interested in connecting their body and mind regardless of experience with yoga or mental health concerns. Please clear participation with your doctor if you have any physical health concerns. People with disabilities will be accommodated. Yoga mats and props provided.   Read more.
Wednesdays from 1 - 2:30 p.m. in the Morrill Tower Browsing Room.
Sex Week - Hosted by SASHA
To Educate Our Community About Sexual Health In All Its Forms
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Student Advocates for Sexual Health Awareness (SASHA) is hosting The Ohio State University's first ever Sex Week! Sex Week is dedicated to creating a judgement-free, inclusive, relatable space for the Ohio State community to explore sexual health. The week will include a resource fair as well as presentations and discussions on various topics.  Read more.
Monday, February 11 - Sunday, February 17 at multiple locations.
Rave Guardian
Rave Guardian allows you to select friends or family to follow you via GPS tracking, using a destination-based timer. If time expires, your virtual guardian will be alerted and encouraged to make appropriate follow-up. Rave Guardian also includes faster delivery of Buckeye Alerts and safety notices via push-notifications. Download by searching "Rave Guardian" inside the Ohio State app,
Arts and Sciences Events
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Dance-film is the marriage of dance and film language - not just a recording of a dance, but a cinematic reimagining of dance's possibilities. Work that can only exist on the screen. DANCE@30FPS (frames per second) is an international festival of dance-film presented by the Department of Dance and screened at the Wexner Center for the Arts for free.  Read more.
Tuesday, February 12 at 7 p.m. at the Film/Video Theater, Wexner Center for the Arts.
Symphonic Band Presents "Heart Music"
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This concert explores love through several lenses: Offenbach's comic opera La Belle Helene, based upon the elopement of Helen with Paris which starts the Trojan War in Greek mythology; love of others through Ticheli's setting of "Amazing Grace;" unrequited love in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet set by composer Sergei Prokofiev; the love of children as the future of our world in Ryan George's "Firefly;" and the love of nature and our precious natural resources in Michael Markowski's "The Tonic of Wildness."  F ree; no ticket required.  Read more.
Thursday, February 14 at 8 p.m. in Weigel Auditorium.
Science Sundays - Mobility Matters
Why Sustainable Transportation is Essential for Our Future
Modern humans enjoy mobility levels that are unprecedented in history. While this has benefits, it also has enormous social, health and environmental costs. Dr. Harvey J. Miller discusses how resolving these costs is crucial if civilization is to survive the 21st century - a world that will see 10 billion people, most of whom will crowd into cities.  Dr. Miller is the Reusche Chair in Geographic Information Science, Director of the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, and Professor of Geography at Ohio State.  Read more
Sunday, February 17 from 3 - 4 p.m. in the Ohio Union U.S. Bank Conference Theatre.
Opera & Lyric Theatre Presents "The Marriage of Figaro"
Exploring the topsy-turvy relationship between the upper and lower classes, Mozart's hilarious comedy plumbs the complex depths of humanity with more searing perception than most tragedies ever could. The Marriage of Figaro illuminates the limitations of rank and privilege while showing that common sense can overcome wealth and power.  Ticket info .
Friday, March 1 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, March 3 at 2:00 p.m. in Mershon Auditorium
Campus Life
Flicks for Free
Flicks for Free presents free movies, popcorn and a beverage!  They are presented by the Ohio Union Activities Board (OUAB) and brought to you by your student activity fee.  They are open to Ohio State Columbus students with a valid BuckID.  All movies are held at the Ohio Union U.S. Bank Conference Theater in the Ohio Union.   Read more.
The Nun  
Wednesday, February 6 at 6 and 8:30 p.m.
A Star is Born
Wednesday, February 13 at 6 and 8:30 p.m.
Fantastic Beasts - The Crimes of Grindelwald
Wednesday, February 20 at 6 and 8:30 p.m.
Green Book
Wednesday, February 27 at 6 and 8:30 p.m.
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Pittsburgh Penguins Tickets
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Ticket lottery registration open from  February 11 to February 12 .  Price: $15.  All Discounted Tickets (D-Tix) events are for Ohio State Columbus Campus students with a valid BuckID only and are limited to two (2) per BuckID.  This event is presented by D-Tix and is brought to you by your Student Activity Fee.  Read more and other ticket opportunities.
February 26 at 7 p.m.  at Nationwide Arena.
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