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   VOLUME 8 ISSUE #6

       JANUARY 2019

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Faculty Spotlight - Dr. Greg Anderson, Department of History
Dr. Greg Anderson, associate professor in the Department of History, was recently awarded the University's highest recognition for teaching excellence, the Ohio State Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching.  Frequently recognized for his teaching, this most recent award is his eighth teaching award, Dr. Anderson focuses on ancient Greece, historical thought and critical theory. He is recognized for making his courses relevant to all students from those with a casual interest in Greek history to graduate students who specialize in this area. Outside of Ohio State Dr. Anderson plays electric bass in a classic rock band.  Read more about Dr. Anderson, his research, and his advice for students.
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 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. In order to be eligible, students must be pursuing a degree in the arts and sciences on the Columbus campus and not plan to graduate until after Spring 2021.  Meetings are held once a month during the academic year from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. on a weekday with the days of the week varying.  In order to apply students must submit an application and a copy of their resume to ascstudent@osu.edu . The application form and more information may be found here.
Friday, February 8 by 4 p.m. - Application deadline.
New Student Organization - The Sports Analytics Association
The Sports Analytics Association will begin meetings in the Spring of 2019.  They aim to foster student interest in the application of analytical methods to sports, to widen the scope of sports analysis, and to provide opportunities for students to develop a broad range of analytical tools. Visit them at the Involvement Fair on January 17th or check out their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SportsAnalyticsAssociation for their schedule and additional information on extracting value from sports data.
2019 Spring Career Fair
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This annual event is a great way to find your next internship or to kickstart your career after graduation.  Top employers from around the country will be recruiting.  The career fair will have career and internship opportunities for students from all majors.  Bring copies of your resume, bring your BuckID for entrance and dress for success.  Preregistration is not required, but is encouraged through  HandshakeRead more.
Tuesday, January 29 from 11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. in the Ohio Union Grand Ballroom & Performance Hall.
Career Success
Do you know the feeling you get when an employer asks you to "Tell me about yourself"? Don't worry - Career Success is here to help! We have five Career Coaches to assist as you prepare.  First, create an elevator pitch.  An elevator pitch is a short statement about yourself and your abilities that answers:
1. Who are you and what do you do?
2. What skills do you have that add value in many situations?
3. What goal do you have that is relevant to the position you want?
Your pitch should be personable and include questions about the interviewer or their company. Don't forget to have a resume on hand. Prepare by practicing at the Spring Career Fair.   Career Success offers walk-in services to help you clean-up your resume. If you want to dive deeper into preparing for the Fair, schedule a meeting with one of five Career Coaches through Handshake.
Pathways to Sustainability Careers
Learn about the variety of careers that impact sustainability by meeting with representatives from business, government, and non-profit sectors who are helping make our society more sustainable through their current jobs. The event is designed to maximize time for students to interact with the professionals with no speeches or presentations to sit through. Register for the event here (for a chance to win a $50 REI gift card) or simply show up. The event is free to Ohio State students. Light refreshments will be provided.
Wednesday, January 23 from 1:45 to 3:45 pm in the Performance Hall of the Ohio Union. 
Arts and Sciences Merit and Need-Based Scholarships
Merit and need-based funding is available for currently enrolled students pursuing a major in the humanities and/or the natural and mathematical sciences. Funds will be applied toward 2019 - 2020 enrollment. Eligibility information and the online application are located  here
Students in these and other majors may be eligible for departmental scholarships. Contact your major department for information on availability of scholarships. 
Friday, February 1 at 4:00 p.m. - Application deadline.
Aida Cannarsa Snow Endowment Fund Scholarship
This fund provides need-based scholarships to students who plan to pursue a career in publishing or publication.  In order to be eligible, applicants must have a current FAFSA on file with Student Financial Aid.  Funds will be applied toward 2019 - 2020 enrollment.  Online application.
Friday, February 1 at 4:00 p.m. - Application deadline.
We Can Help You Afford a Study Abroad!
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Are you interested in studying abroad but concerned about the costs? The Keith and Linda Monda International Experience Scholarships are need-based and designed for arts and sciences majors who would not normally be able to afford an education abroad experience. For information on this and other arts and sciences education abroad scholarships,  click here.
Monday, January 14 at 4 p.m. - Application deadline. 
Education Abroad Program Highlight:
Dresden Summer Language Program
The Dresden Summer Language Program is an eight-week, intensive language and culture program offered at the Technische Universität Dresden (TUD).   Students will
experience a unique opportunity to cultivate language skills in an immersion environment,
study the recent history of Dresden and Saxony, and explore  the rich cultural tradition of contemporary Germany.   In addition to classroom instruction offered by Ohio State German instructors and guest lecturers, students will participate in group field trips and have ample opportunities to explore on their own.  Read more and visit  the program's blog.  For more information contact Elizabeth Angerman at angerman.6@osu.edu.
February 1, 2019 - Application deadline.
FRONTIERE - News from the Department of French and Italian
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Catch up on the latest news from the Department of French and Italian! FRONTIERE is the department's online newsletter that is published three times a year to spread the word about all of the exciting happenings relating to Ohio State French and Italian. This issue highlights new study abroad programs in Paris, France and Bologna, Italy, some amazing opportunities that our undergraduate and graduate students have had abroad, a welcome party for students who are just setting out on the journey of learning new languages and cultures, some new faces in the department, and many other exciting events, awards, and initiatives. 
Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry
Open House
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry (OUR&CI) is hosting an Open House.  There will be information about upcoming OUR&CA events and research funding opportunities including: the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum, the Spring Research Expo, summer funding opportunities, the Creative Arts Symposium, the Images of Research Competition and international research opportunities.   Read more.
Wednesday, January 16 from 10 - 11:30 a.m. in the Cartoon Room, Ohio Union.
Spring Undergraduate Research Festival +
3 Minute Thesis Competition
The 2019 Spring Undergraduate Research Festival will take place on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 in the Ohio Union.  The Festival will include poster presentations, oral presentations, and a 3-minute thesis competition.  Information on eligibility, submission guidelines, and the Festival found here.
February 1 at 5 p.m. - Application closes.
Creative Arts Symposium
The 2019 Creative Arts Symposium, hosted in conjunction with STEP, will be an additional event during the 2019 Spring Undergraduate Research Festival.  The Symposium will provide students with creative inquiry projects to share their work through performances, exhibits, and displays.  More information here.
February 1 at 5 p.m. - Application closes.
College Funding for Research and Creative Activity
Spring Deadlines 
Application information and specific deadline times for the following found here:  Funding
Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Research Scholarships - Due February 4. 
Kathryn Sullivan Scholarship - Due February 4. 
International Research Grants for Undergraduates in Arts and Sciences - Due February 4. 
Arts and Humanities Undergraduate Research Small Grants - Due March 9. 
Arts Undergraduate Research Scholarships - Due March 9.
Other funding opportunities are listed on the OUR&CI website  here  . 
Become a Sesquicentennial Scholar
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In the 2019-20 academic year, Ohio State celebrates its 150th anniversary, known as its sesquicentennial. In honor of this milestone, the university will select 150 students to participate in the Sesquicentennial Student Scholar Leadership Program. Selected students will receive a $2,500 scholarship while participating in a leadership development program and representing Ohio State as sesquicentennial ambassadors.  This scholarship is renewable up to a maximum of 8 semesters (including the 2019-20 academic semesters) or upon completion of the current degree program, whichever comes first.  Renewed scholarships will be overseen by the Office of Academic Affairs and the respective college of each scholar.   Any student in good standing currently enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate or profe ssional program on any Ohio State campus is eligible to apply. Read more Contact .
Friday, February 1 - Application deadline.
Student Leadership Advocates
Student Leadership Advocates (SLA) is a cohort within Ohio State's Office of Student Life that provides experiential leadership education and training. SLA members receive certification to facilitate leadership workshops around campus and in the Columbus community. Applicants are strongly encouraged to attend a February  information session.  Apply here.
Sunday, February 17 - Application deadline.
Chimes Honorary Application - Open to Sophomores
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Chimes Junior Honorary recognizes third-year Ohio State students who are devoted to philanthropy and improving the Chimes organization.  Chimes hopes to foster strong bonds between all members past and present and to continue having a positive impact on both their members and their community.  More info.  Sophomore students of all majors may apply here.
January 21 - Application deadline.  
Bucket and Dipper Honorary Application - Open to Sophomores
Bucket and Dipper is known as the keepers of the famous Illibuck trophy and participation in the Illibuck pass on the field during Ohio State vs. Illinois football games.  Bucket and Dipper also takes pride in upholding the honorary values of scholarship, leadership and service.  Read more.
Friday, January 18 - Application deadline.
SPHINX Senior Class Honorary
SPHINX is the oldest honorary on campus.  Each year, Sphinx links 24 exceptional senior students and aims to foster strong friendships among them.  T he objectives of SPHINX are to: 1)  r ecognize and honor students who have shown success in various fields of endeavor and 2) c reate a bond of fellowship in which each individual will use his or her abilities to enhance and promote the best interests of The Ohio State University.  Read more.
Friday, January 18 at 5 p.m. - Application deadline.
Mortar Board Senior Honor Society
Mortar Board recognizes college seniors for their achievements in scholarship, leadership and service, provides opportunities for continued leadership development, promotes service to colleges and universities and encourages lifelong contributions to the global community.  Read more.
Friday, January 18 at 11:59 p.m. - Application deadline.
Health, Wellness and Safety
Find a Mindful Moment
Incorporate mindfulness into your daily routine.  Mindfulness is paying attention in three particular ways:  on purpose, in the moment and without judgment.  Slow down to fully appreciate and be present in the moment. Choose an activity and completely focus on this activity as slowly as you can while being aware of all your senses (i.e., sound, taste, smell, touch, and sight). Practice a mindful moment each day when you spend time quietly savoring something! Fully engaging in savoring food, taking a walk, looking at nature, or listening to soothing music has many beneficial effects.  Read more about mindfulness practices.
Group Fitness Classes
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Group fitness classes are FREE for all students paying the dedicated fee.  All classes are first-come, first-served.  Be sure to bring your BuckID.  Participants are encouraged to arrive 5-10 minutes before the start time, especially if you are new to that format.  See the SP 2019 class schedule.
Not sure which group fitness class is for you? Click here for full descriptions of all the different formats!  Read more.
Arts and Sciences Events
Science Sundays- Going Through the Quantum Tunnel
Nadya Mason is a professor of physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and director of the Illinois Materials Research Science and Engineering Center.  This talk will bridge the divide between popular imaginations of quantum and real quantum mechanical devices, covering the basics of quantum mechanics and how it creates both limits and promise for computer processing.  Read more.
Sunday, January 13 from 3 - 4 p.m. , in the Ohio Union U.S. Bank Conference Theatre.
Symphony Orchestra Concert
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Beethoven's Concerto in C major for Violin, Violoncello and Pianoforte, op.56 features faculty artists Kia-Hui Tan, violin; Mark Rudoff, cello and Steven Glaser, piano.  The orchestra will also perform Edward Elgar's
Enigma Variations, op. 36.  Ching-Chun Lai conductor.  This event is free.  No ticket required.  Read more.
Wednesday, January 30 at 8 p.m. in Weigel Auditorium.
27th Annual Fergus Scholarship Award Exhibition
The John Fergus Family Scholarship is a juried art competition open to studio-based visual art and design students at Ohio State.  A group exhibition at the Urban Arts Space features work selected from the scholarship recipients' application.  More info.
January 12 - February 2 at the Urban Arts Space.
Campus Life
OSU Night at COSI
The Office of Residence Life's annual signature event at the science museum returns!  Free admission with BuckID.  Free meal combo tickets for the first 1,000 guests.  A continuous bus loop from campus to COSI and back beginning at 5:45 p.m. from Drake Union, Ohio Union and Buckeye Village.  Read more about COSI.
Friday, January 18 from 6 - 10 p.m.
File Your FAFSA and Apply for Ohio State Scholarships
The 2019 - 2010  FAFSA and  Special Scholarships applications are open.  File by February 1, 2019 for maximum aid consideration.
Digital Union
The Digital Union is more than just a high tech computer lab. They offer free 3-D printing, state of the art video and audio studios, meeting space and more. They can help with things like manipulating images in Photoshop, merging PDF files, editing video, graphing data in Excel, formatting a lab report, recording a voiceover, and scanning photos. All resources and assistance are free, with the exception of printing.  Locations and hoursList of resources available at each location.  Read more.
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.
BlacKkKlansman
From visionary filmmaker Spike Lee comes the incredible true story of an American hero.
Wednesday, January 9 at 6 and 8:30 p.m.
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