Metro High School Seeks Internships
Metro Early College High School is looking for partnerships with faculty and staff interested in "giving back"
to their profession through Metro's Internship Program. Metro juniors and seniors receive internship placements with mentors who guide them as they assist in real-world work. To learn more contact Chris Andersen
French Emeritus Professor Appointed to PMLA Advisory Committee
, professor emeritus of French, was appointed in May to the Publication of the Modern Language Association Advisory Committee for a three-year term. The PMLA
is the premier journal in modern language studies. Members of the advisory committee advise the editorial board and the editor on articles submitted for publication in PMLA
will be advisor in the field of post-1800 French literature.
Inside the MBD: Read Latest News from the Museum of Biological Diversity
MBD faculty, staff, and students initiated a quarterly newsletter
to keep biological collections fans up to date about research and teaching activities. Their new summer issue highlighting work of MBD undergrads and a piece about Ohio State alumnus and artist Jonathan Maupin
’s visit to the Tetrapod collection to take photos of animal skulls for his photographic project, Osteography: Every skull has a story…
is a must-read.
The Undergraduate Writing Experience for Social Change
New U-WE Service-Learning Fall Seminar
(U-WE) is an autumn 2012 non-credit seminar for juniors, seniors, and GAs. Students learn writing for social change, discuss real-world education issues, and create a video based on their service-learning work in Columbus City Schools. For more information contact Nancy Hill-McClary
, Center for the Study of Teaching of Writing (CSTW)
SCIENCE SUNDAYS’ SECOND SEASON KICKS OFF SEPTEMBER 9
Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Economics, and director of the Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, Irvine, kicks off the second season of Science Sundays, posing the question: We vote; but can we elect someone who we really don't want?
The event is free and open to all. Science Sundays is sponsored by the science centers and institutes of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Lecture: 3-4 pm: Ohio Union US Bank Conference Theatre
Reception: 4-5 pm: Ohio Stater’s Traditions room