Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and Physician Assistant Program will host a joint Pre-Health Open House on their Dublin campus this fall.
Attending students will hear from the Dean of HCOM-Dublin, the PA Program Director, and Admissions Representatives. In addition, they will meet with students that are currently in the programs and tour the facilities. Refreshments will be provided.
The Open House will take place on Saturday, September 15th, 2018 from 9:00am to 11:30am. Students interested in attending should RSVP on their Google Form. More information can be found on the event’s official flyer.
Oxygen tanks are a vital part of any scuba diver’s gear – but not all oxygen tanks are the same. Check out this infographic to learn about various types of diving air mixes and their uses.
Be sure to scope out the College of Arts and Sciences monthly Undergraduate Newsletter! The letter covers topics such as new program offerings, academic opportunities that take place outside the classroom (research, study abroad, internships and service learning), arts and sciences student organizations, scholarships and grants, opportunities to meet with ASC faculty, student events, resources and more.
The August 2018 letter can be found on the Newsletter homepage.
We hope to see you Thursday, August 30th at Browning Amphitheatre!
All are welcome to enjoy free ice cream, mingle with other CBC students & faculty, and learn about the Chemistry & Biochemistry Club. Students are invited to join the club for exciting events, captivating speakers, pizza, and fun! Regular meetings are held on Thursday at 6:00pm, location TBD.
Did you know that the CBC Advisors designate times each weekday for walk-in appointments? Walk-in appointments allow you to get quick questions answered. Regularly checking in with an advisor helps ensure you are on the right track to achieve your academic and personal goals and are getting the most out of your CBC degree. Check in at the front desk of 110 Celeste Lab to see an advisor during the following times during the 2018-2019 Academic Year:
- Mondays 9:00 – 11:00 AM
- Tuesdays 2:00 – 4:00 PM
- Wednesdays 9:00 – 11:00 AM
- Thursdays 2:00 – 4:00 PM
*The walk-in hours schedule is subject to change, and additional walk-in hours may be added to accommodate Friday deadlines. The Undergraduate Studies Office may be closed on national holidays, so walk-ins would be cancelled and no advising appointments would be available.
If the hours above are not convenient for your quick questions, you are welcome to schedule an appointment. Note: Walk-in hours are not appropriate for complex questions, graduate applications, etc. To make an appointment or inquire about the walk-in hours of a specific advisor, call us at (614) 292-6009.
Are you looking for a Research Intern position? ZeoVation, located here in Columbus Ohio is hiring an hourly-paid internship starting in September 2018.
ZeoVation (ZV) is a OSU spin off materials company developing products for the consumer, environmental and chemical industries. Currently, they market 2 zeolite products for academic and industrial development as well as 2 functional material products for consumer product manufacturing.
They are looking for highly motivated individuals to join their product research & development (R&D) team.
You will be trained on research and product development level chemical laboratory operation skills. Learn about new material development process. Work on lab-scale manufacturing of zeolites for research and development purpose and will be involved in product developments.
– Help maintain and optimize nanozeolite and hierarchical zeolite synthesis in R&D lab
– Produce nanozeolite and hierarchical zeolite raw products for R&D and sampling purposes
– Help develop nanozeolite synthesis protocols
– Record production and generate reports
– Two years of experience working in chemistry/materials research labs
– Undergraduate student or BS degree holder in chemistry/materials major
– Proficiency in chemistry experiment operations
– Interested in chemical process scale up
– Excellent oral and written communications skills are required
– Must be self-motivated and prepared to learn andadopt new techniques as needed
Bo Wang, PhD .
Co-Founder at ZeoVation
If you’ve seen the news recently you’ve probably heard of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano. Kilauea has been erupting for almost three months now, and has been causing plenty of damage to Hawaii’s “Big Island.” Take a look at some of the chemical components of lava and volcanic gases:This infographic was created by Andy Brunning. To see more of Brunning’s work, go to compoundchem.com. To see all of C&EN’s Periodic Graphics, visit cenm.ag/periodicgraphics.