ASC Staff Advisory Council Staff Pancake Breakfasts
In recognition of the hard work and dedication of the staff of the College of Arts and Sciences, the ASC Staff Advisory Council cordially invites all staff to attend a recognition breakfast. Chris Cakes will be providing Perfectly Praiseful Pancakes
, along with sausage and drinks. Special dietary considerations will not be available. RSVP requested
April 3, Mershon Auditorium Lobby, 8:30-10 am, arts and humanities staff
April 4, Mershon Auditorium Lobby, 9-10:30 am, office of the executive dean staff
April 10, Physics Research Building Atrium, 9-10:30 am, social and behavioral sciences staff
April 12, Physics Research Building Atrium, 9-10:30 am, natural and mathematical sciences staff
Barnett Symposium: May 17 & 18
The 2012 Lawrence and Isabel Barnett Symposium
, Cultural Soft Power: Policy, Practice, and the Arts
, explores arts-related cultural policies and programs of a number of countries. The symposium aims to improve our understanding of how the arts contribute to advancing the interests of nations. Registration
is now open.
Theatre Company with OSU Ties Performs Off-Broadway
Local theatre troupe, the for/word company
– which has strong ties to the Department of Theatre at Ohio State – has announced its off-Broadway debut
. (Image: Christopher Roche in Little Book
Design Students Create Historical Game
The Department of Design, working with the Columbus Historical Society, created an interactive technology-driven COSI exhibit
, part of the Columbus Bicentennial celebration.
Town Hall Meeting: April 18
The second ASC Staff Advisory Council Town Hall Meeting is April 18, 3:30-4:30 pm at the Drake Theatre. Executive dean and vice provost Joe Steinmetz and deans will answer questions submitted by staff at the ASC SAC pancake breakfasts. Submit your questions
by April 11.
SBS Undergraduate Research Grants: Deadline
Students may apply for a Social and Behavioral Sciences Undergraduate Research Grant
by completing an online application
. Contact Ann Rottersman
Kathryn Sullivan Scholarship: Deadline April 13
The Kathryn Sullivan scholarship supports undergraduate arts and sciences students
, preference for junior or senior women majoring or minoring in the sciences, who have a passion for exploration and/or aerospace. Contact Ann Rottersman
Linguistics Summer Camp for High School Students
The Department of Linguistics is accepting registration for its Summer Linguistics Institute for Youth Scholars (SLIYS)
, a week-long summer program in July for high school students. For more information, contact Julie McGory
Second OSU Arab World Film Festival: April 13
The OSU Arab World Film Festival presents Resistance and Awakening
, inspired by the first anniversary of the Arab Spring, April 13, 5-11 pm,
180 Hagerty Hall.
Author Toby Lester Visits: April 6
The Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies presents Atlantic contributing editor and author Toby Lester
: World Upon Worlds: The Waldseemüller Map of 1507
, April 6, 4-6 pm. Book signing and reception follow.
SBS Diversity Postdoctoral Fellows Lecture:
Anna Browne Ribeiro
, postdoctoral fellow, Department of Anthropology, presents Of Legacies Great and Small: A Social-Geoarchaelogical Approach to Envisioning the Amazonian Past
, April 2, 3:30-5 pm, 4012 Smith Lab.
Science Café: April 4
Science Café presents Monique Mills
, professor, Department of Speech and Hearing Science, on African American English in the Classroom
, April 4, 6:30-7:30 pm, 070/090 Science and Engineering Library.
Department of African-American and African Studies Distinguished Lecture Series: March 30
The Department of African-American and African Studies (AAAS) invites you to our Distinguished Lecture Series. Jana Braziel
, professor of English and Comparative Literature, Africana Studies and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of Cincinnati. Braziel will speak on Atis Rezistans! (Resistance Artists!): Urban Environmental Art in Port-au-Prince
, March 30, 2-3:30pm, Ohio Union Great Hall, Meeting Room 1. Email
or call AAAS, 292-3700.
History Professor Featured on C-Span: March 31
Department of History Professor, Joan Cashin
, will lecture on C-Span at 8 pm and midnight, March 31, and 1 pm, April 1. Cashin’s lecture will examine the Abolitionist and Women's Suffrage Movements
in the early part of the 19th century.