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   VOLUME 7 ISSUE #7

   FEBRUARY 2018

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Major Highlight - Atmospheric Sciences
Guliya ice cap drilling project - Tibet
The atmospheric sciences major explores systems that determine our weather and climate. Students learn about the interactions between the Earth's surface and the atmosphere that often lead to severe storms, droughts and floods, and global climate change. The curriculum fulfills courses required to apply for meteorology positions within the National Weather Service and other offices within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Graduates are prepared to enter directly into the workforce as both operational and broadcast meteorologists, as well as research scientists in the private and public sectors. Students who elect to pursue a minor will study all aspects of weather and climate. They may elect to focus on local weather at the Earth's surface to global features that impact weather and climate around the world. See how atmospheric science majors studied wind patterns in the horseshoe. For more information, contact academic advisor, Nancy Coscia, at coscia.4@osu.edu.

Faculty Feature - Dr. David Steigerwald, Department of History
David Steigerwald
History Professor David Steigerwald teaches courses in 20th Century America, ranging from WWI through the 1960s and is the director of the department's World War II education abroad program. In 2017, the College of Arts and Sciences Student Council awarded him with the Outstanding Teaching Award. In 2009, he received the university's highest recognition for teaching excellence, the Alumni Distinguished Teaching Award. He was also recognized twice for Outstanding Teaching in History.  Listen to Dr. Steigerwald discuss his research, teaching and education abroad program  hereRead more.
Ohio State Spring Career Fair - February 20
The Ohio State Spring Career Fair is open to all current Ohio State students. It will provide an opportunity for you to network with employers and learn about internship and career opportunities. There are 185 organizations attending representing the private, government and nonprofit sectors.  Read more.
Tuesday, February 20 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Ohio Union Grand Ballroom and Performance Hall.
Organizations Attending the Spring Career Fair - Something for Everyone!
While open to all students, arts and sciences majors should find this event of particular relevance. This fair truly provides something for nearly everyone and promises to be one of the best career fairs of the year including representatives from:
Government - there will be over a dozen federal, state, and local agencies including U.S. Department of Agriculture, the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, and the Secret Service.
STEM Fields - for those interested in health and medical related careers, you will be able to network with over a dozen research hospitals, laboratory research companies, and medical service providers including Alkermes, Charles River Laboratories, the Cleveland Clinic, and Wexner Medical Center.
Fortune 500 Companies - those seeking careers with major Fortune 500 companies will find big names such as Ford Motor, L Brands, Johnson & Johnson, and Toyota Boshoku in attendance.
Data, Technology, and Consulting - meet with companies such as Bluewolf Group, Epic, Oracle, and Spyglass Group.
Non-Profit and Education - network with organizations such as Teach For America, City Year, and the Peace Corp.
Media and Communication - meet with cutting edge companies such as IBM ix, LogoNation, Meltwater, and Mindstream Interactive.
Prepare for the Spring Career Fair
With so many great opportunities available it is critically important that you prepare to get the most out of the Spring Career Fair. Begin by researching the roster of attendees either at the event website or through the CareerFairPlus phone app. Be sure to have your resume reviewed, and plan to do so at least two weeks prior to the event to avoid long wait times in the days ahead of the fair. Review the career fair tip sheets found here and be sure to apply ahead of time to positions posted in FutureLink by the participating employers.
Walk-in hours for resume assistance: 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Monday - Friday, 100 Denney Hall.
JCPenney "Suit Up" Event hosted by Buckeye Careers
Get everything you need to finish your look for that next interview or new job! Join Buckeye Careers at JCPenney at Polaris (1450 Polaris Parkway, Columbus, OH 43240) for an extra 40% off select men's and women's career dress apparel and shoes. Show your student ID to get your special discount card! Stop by Sephora inside JCPenney for a chance to win prizes and get a free mini makeover. Visit the salon for a free salon consultation and xpress bar hair touch up. Contact Scott Kustis ( kustis.1@osu.edu).
Sunday, February 11 from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.
CLLC Foreign Language Careers Meet and Greet
Join the Center for Languages, Literatures and Cultures (CLLC) for a meet-and-greet at the Spring Career Fair.  Speak with recruiters and agents looking for those with foreign language skills.  Attire is business casual and small refreshments will be provided.  Read more.
Tuesday, February 20 from 3 - 4:30 p.m. in the Suzanne Scharer Room, Ohio Union.
Dean's Student Advisory Board - Apply for a Position
Dean_s Student Advisory Board
The College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Student Advisory Board is seeking three students to serve a two-year term as an undergraduate student representative. One representative will be selected from each of the three college divisions: Arts and Humanities, Natural and Mathematical Sciences and Social and Behavioral Sciences. Eligibility requirements and the application procedure  here  or visit https://go.osu.edu/ASC_Student_Board .
Friday, February 9 by 4 p.m. - Application deadline.
Study Abroad Program Highlight - London Theatre
Students with Yeoman Warder
This is a four week program in British theatre with a required preparatory May term course. Emphasis is placed on the dynamic theatre scene in London and the multicultural dimension of theatre practice in Britain today. Students attend a play almost every day of the program in a wide variety of styles and in a wide variety of venues.  A side trip will be made to Stratford-Upon-Avon for the Royal Shakespeare Company. The preparatory May semester course, as well as the in-country course, will be taught by faculty in the Ohio State Department of Theatre in conjunction with a range of special guest artists. In London, mornings will be devoted to class meetings; afternoons will be held open for independent exploration.  
Contact:  Charlie Gbur at gbur.9@osu.edu
Taste of OSU 2018
Taste of OSU
A Taste of OSU brings together more than 50 student organizations to provide a night of international food, cultural performances and exhibits to a crowd of about 4,000 attendees.   All are invited to attend and entry to the event is free. Attendees can purchase (cash and BuckID only) $1 tickets to sample the array of international dishes prepared by the student organizations along with Student Life's Dining Services chefs.
Friday, February 16 from 5 - 9 p.m. at the Ohio Union
International Security Study Scholarships
The Mershon Center for International Security Studies has established International Security Study Scholarships for Undergraduate Theses and Study Abroad to support undergraduates whose professional training and career plans lie in the field of international security.  Contact: Steven Blalock at blalock.33@osu.edu.    Read more.
Wednesday, February 28 - Application deadline.
College Funding for Research and Creative Activity - Spring Deadlines
Information and application for all of the following may be found here: funding.
Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Research Scholarships - Due February 5
Kathryn Sullivan Scholarship - Due February 5
International Research Grants for Undergraduates in Arts and Sciences - Due February 5
Mayers Undergraduate Research Summer Fellowship - Due February 5
Arts and Humanities Undergraduate Research Small Grants - Due March 2
Arts Honors Undergraduate Research Scholarships - Due March 2
Other funding opportunities are listed on the OUR&CI website here .
Images of Research + Arts Competition (IRC)
Lily Pad
The IRC is an interdisciplinary exhibit to showcase the scope and diversity of research and artistic endeavors undertaken by Ohio State undergraduates.  The Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry invites undergraduates to capture, describe and share the crux of their research or artistic endeavors using one still image.  Read more.  Contact: Megan Ferriby at ferriby.2s@osu.edu
Wednesday, February 28 at 5:00 p.m. - submission deadline.
Research Positions
Check out the new Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry (OUR&CI) website posting of available research positions.  The postings can be found here.
Students Study Climate Change
Sarah Solomon, evolution and ecology and French major, and Skyler Ware, chemistry major, blog about their research, field work and travels related to climate change.  Follow their blogs and read more about undergraduate student research here.  Are you interested in getting involved in research?  Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry - OUR&CI.
Religion COMPAS Visual Art Contest
COMPAS Religion Image
Across human cultures, religion has been one of the leading sources of both inspiration and conflict among individuals and groups. In keeping with the COMPAS program's mission of fostering civil and informed discussion of important and controversial issues of public concern, they are soliciting contributions in the visual arts from a wide range of religious and non-religious perspectives.  All types of visual art are eligible: painting/drawing, sculpture, glass, photography, art and technology, video, virtual reality, printmaking, ceramics, etc.  Read more.
Friday, February 16 - Submission deadline.
TEDxOhioStateUniversity
TEDx2018 Image
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 Hide or Seek, and this inspiring event will encourage guests to delve into hidden societal truths and push them to become detectives, seeking out revelations in technology, entertainment and design. Come and hear undergraduate arts and sciences majors Armond Wimberly, music education major, and Kimothy Wu, strategic communication major, among many other speakers.  Speaker info.  Student tickets cost $15, and non-student tickets cost $20.  To purchase tickets, visit the TEDxOhioStateUniversity website.  For questions contact: tedxohiostateuniversity@gmail.com.

Saturday, February 24 from noon to 4 p.m. in Mershon Auditorium.
Arts and Sciences Events
Raw Theatre - Dog Act
A post-apocalyptic vaudeville, Dog Act follows Zetta Stone, a traveling performer, and her companion Dog, a young man undergoing a voluntary species demotion, as they walk through the wilderness of the former Northeast U.S. with their little troupe. They are heading toward a gig in China, if they can find it - and if they can survive to reach it.  Read more.
Thursday, February 15 - Sunday, February 25 in the Roy Bowen Theatre, Drake Performance and Event Center.
Jazz Ensemble Presents Basically Basie
Jazz Ensemble
The Ohio State Jazz Ensemble pays tribute to the African American composer, pianist and band leader, "The Count of Swing," William "Count" Basie.  Guest vocalist Laura Camara will sing selections from "Ella & Basie."  Other selections from composers/arrangers Neal Hefti, Sammy Nestico, Quincy Jones and Benny Carter.  Free.  Read more.
Friday, February 16 at 8 p.m. in Weigel Auditorium.
Science Sundays
Archimedes: Mathematical Superhero of the Ancient World
Matt Kahle
Matthew Kahle, Ohio State associate professor of mathematics.  His research interests include various interactions of topology and geometry with probability, statistical mechanics, and combinatorics.

Archimedes - remarkable physicist, engineer, inventor and astronomer - built a heat ray to burn attacking ships' sails, designed machines predicting motions of planets and eclipses, and estimated how many grains of sand it would take to fill the universe. Matt Kahle discusses a few of these amazing inventions and insights, including one that anticipated calculus by thousands of years.  Read more.
Sunday, February 18 from 3 - 4 p.m. in the Ohio Union U.S. Bank Conference Theatre.
Senior Dance Concert
Students Dancing
Senior BFA students and MFA student Alexandra Stillianos share their culminating projects, crafted through a diverse lens of voices and styles.  Times vary.  Read more.
Thursday, February 22 - Saturday, February 24 in the Barnett Theatre, Sullivant Hall.
School of Music Presents Carl Orff's  Carmina Burana
Carmina Burana Image
This iconic work is rarely realized with the visual dimension that Orff indicated.  For this production, Alex Oliszewski, assistant professor of Theatrical Media Design and Media Devising, will partner with Anna Gawboy, associate professor of Music Theory, to lead the creation of a digital-visual design.  In collaboration with the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design, the School of Music choral ensembles include 40 Ohio State guest faculty/staff participants from all disciplines across the university.  Admission is free.  Read more.
Sunday, February 25 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. in Weigel Auditorium.
Undergraduate Art Scholarships Exhibition 2018
This exhibition features work by selected undergraduate scholarship recipients in the Department of Art.  Read more.
Monday, February 26 - Friday, March 30 in Hopkins Hall Gallery.
Campus Life - Tips & Events
Puppers and Doggos!!!  Smooch a Pooch 2018
OSU student and dog
Pets for Vets and 4 Paws for Ability are hosting the fourth annual Smooch-a-Pooch fundraiser event.  Come support the mission of both organizations by purchasing a ticket for a puppy-kissing photo booth with 4 Paws for Ability service-puppies-in-training. Credit, cash and Venmo payments will be accepted and all proceeds will benefit 4 Paws for Ability and Pets for Vets to assist in their respective missions of matching disabled children with service dogs and veterans with companion animals. Check out their Facebook event for more info.  Contact: Lauren Muchewicz (muchewicz.1@osu.edu).

Monday, February 12 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. in the Great Hall, Ohio Union.
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Washington Capitals
Columbus Blue Jackets player
Ticket lottery registration open from February 5 - February 6.  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 Discounted Tickets (D-Tix) and is brought to you by your Student Activity Fee.  Read more.
Monday, February 26 at 7 p.m. at Nationwide Arena.
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