Looking for research opportunities?
The Buckeye Center for Hearing and Development (BCHD) is looking for undergraduate research assistants for the Fall 2016 semester! The BCHD primarily explores questions about speech/language outcomes for children and adults with hearing loss. Visit their webpage to learn more about the BCHD.
Research assistants gain hands-on research experience- collecting data, coding, and brainstorming. Students can also earn course credit for their time in the lab! Applications must be submitted by Wednesday, August 17. To find your application follow this link – https://goo.gl/forms/VCWEyO4v9eqkpVpC3 .
Contact Jessa Reed at Jessica.Reed2@osumc.edu
Want to jump start your search for the right program? Check out this listing of programs that have recently reached out to CBC students.
LaBlast® Fitness Foundations
In a break from our usual programming, take a look at this fun new Fitness Course for Fall 2016!
Fitness classes help relieve stress and keep you healthy.
LaBlast fitness is a partner-free dance fitness class . There are an assortment of dance styles you will have the opportunity to learn:
- Cha Cha
- Paso Doble
You do not need any experience in dancing to be able to get fit while having fun in this class. Dancing is a great cardio-vascular exercise to improve your heart health and endurance, and it increases your mood. Physical activity is also shown to sharpen your mind and improve energy levels…perfect to pair with those late night studying sessions!
Class meets on Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:30 PM
The class is listed under KNSFHP 1139.07 class #35258
For more information, see OSU Fall Course Flyer – SFHP
Have you considered studying abroad? What about this school year?
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If you are interested in studying sciences in another country then Biology 4798, Scientific Roots in the UK and EU, is for you! Students will be able to learn during the semester in Columbus about scientific breakthroughs that occurred in England and the EU, and then for spring break take a trip to visit the locations and landmarks associated with those discoveries. Each student will have research projects including the Royal Society, HMS Endeavour, Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Kew Gardens, and Cambridge University. There will be a final project where students will get to report and present their findings.
Locations visited over Spring break: London, Cambridge, Lyme Regis, Paris
This is a great opportunity to get started in study abroad, if that is in your plans for the future. Any opportunity to study abroad is an opportunity to learn more and be enriched by other cultures. You will get the opportunity to visit both London, England and for the first time Paris, France as well!
IF enough students enroll this course will be offered in the spring.
While in the past this course has focused on Biology, it has been modified to include both Chemistry and Physics.
To find out more about this trip (application, prerequisites, etc…) visit: Scientific Roots in the UK and EU
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Studying abroad is a valuable and exciting part of an undergraduate experience. When pursuing any study abroad opportunity, be sure to check in with an advisor to address any academic or financial implications of a semester abroad. Bon voyage!