International Education Outreach Opportunities Panel
Join the Office of International Affairs and the Office of Outreach and Engagement
Thursday, January 16, 9-11 am in Hale Hall’s MLK Auditorium for an interactive session with William Brustein, vice provost for Global Strategies and International Affairs and a panel with representatives from the university’s area studies centers and students.
Arts and Sciences Advancement Team Has New Home
The arts and sciences advancement team will be moving to 425 Stillman Hall (1947 College Road). All phone numbers remain the same; however, computer and phone access will be limited through January 17. Questions? Contact Tanya Reed at 247-8292.
Study Abroad and Travel Funds—Application Deadline: January 22
- Keith and Linda Monda International Experience Scholarships provide funding for undergraduate students not normally able to afford an international experience.
- Roth Family Endowment for undergraduate students active in the Diversity Services Office Program for Advising in Scholarship and Service (PASS) or PASS Beyond.
- Humanities Scholarships for undergraduate students with a declared major in the humanities; some funds designated for particular majors.
Students may apply for all of the above via one online application
. For more information, contact: Ann Rottersman
ASC Career Services Summer Camp Fair
More than 50 resident camp, day camp, and recreational organizations will be on campus
to recruit for full-and part-time staff, interns, and volunteers, January 24, 10 am-3 pm, Ohio Union Performance Hall.
Applications for Graduate Student Award for Study of Myth Due by January 31
The Center for the Study of Religion’s Robert L. and Phyllis J. Iles Award for Graduate Study of Myth, provides up to $4,000
to an Ohio State graduate student in the arts and humanities who is working on myth, broadly conceived. Studies of myth from any culture in any period of human history are eligible for consideration. Send applications to Nick Spitulski
Tech Talk: Creating Great Instructional Videos
When making an instructional video, the experts at ASC Tech
say to avoid making your subjects look like they’re in the witness protection program, don’t film shooting into lights or windows. For location shoots, ensure the background isn’t distracting, cluttered, or busy, or you might lose your subject in the background. More tech tips—follow on Twitter: @ASC_Tech
Merit and Need-Based Scholarships—Application Deadline: January 31
Undergraduate students majoring in the humanities or the natural and mathematical sciences are encouraged to apply for merit and need-based scholarships
. Funding will be applied toward 2014-2015. For more information, contact: Ann Rottersman
SBS Undergraduate Research Grants—Application Deadline: February 7
Undergraduate students with a declared major in the social and behavioral sciences whose research projects involve extraordinary costs are eligible to apply for an SBS Undergraduate Research Grant
. For more information, contact: Deborah Haddad
College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Staff Awards—Nomination Deadline: February 14
These awards recognize staff
whose performance demonstrates sustained excellence in overall job performance and has improved or enhanced work life and services of faculty, staff, students, and/or the university. Special consideration will be given to those who have enhanced the visibility of the college through interdisciplinary connections and/or university community service. Program funding supports up to six awards; each recipient receives a $1,000 one-time cash award and a $500 increase to base salary.
Kathryn Sullivan Scholarship—Application deadline: February 14
The Kathryn Sullivan Scholarship supports undergraduate arts and sciences students
, preferably junior or senior women majoring or minoring in the sciences, interested in exploration and/or aerospace, in good academic standing. However, this scholarship may be awarded to any arts and sciences major. For more information, contact: Ann Rottersman
Variety of Summer Research Funding Available to Undergraduates—Application Deadline: February 14
- Mayers Summer Research Scholarships provide funding for natural and mathematical sciences majors.
- URO Summer Research Fellowships support independent research conducted with a faculty member.
- Summer Honors Research Scholarships support honors research and thesis projects.
- Holbrook Research Abroad Fellowships support independent research abroad with the guidance of a faculty member.
Students may apply for all of the above via a joint application
Outreach and Engagement Recognition Award—Nominations Due: February 14
The offices of Outreach and Engagement, International Affairs, Student Life and Undergraduate Education, and the Service-Learning Initiative, have joined together to recognize faculty, staff, students and community partners with the University Outreach and Engagement Recognition Awards program. Awards will be presented in the community engagement, international engagement, service-learning, staff, student, student group and community partner categories. Contact: 247-7795 or email@example.com
. Submit a nomination online
Coca-Cola Critical Difference for Women Research Grants, July 1, 2014-June 30, 2015
Faculty Grants for Research on Women, Gender, and Gender Equity and Graduate Student Grants for Projects on Women, Gender, and Gender Equity are available. Application deadline: February 21, 2014. Application and information online
STEM Research Advisors Wanted for U.S.-India Faculty Training Program
Faculty members from the arts and sciences are invited to participate
as research advisors and mentors for a pilot program between Ohio State and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in India to build STEM education and research opportunities at Indian universities and universities in the U.S. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
January Undergraduate Newsletters
The January undergraduate student e-newsletter
highlights the Film Studies Program, the Classics Club, merit and need-based scholarship opportunities, and three January career fairs hosted by Career Services: Summer Internship Fair, Nonprofit Opportunities Fair, and a Summer Camp & Recreation Fair. A January special edition of the undergraduate e-newsletter
features funding opportunities for research and study abroad, as well resources to help students begin a research project and select a study abroad program. For more information, contact: Ann Rottersman