FOCUS (Females of Chemistry Uniting Scientists) invites you to their Stop Apologizing Workshop on Tuesday, November 1st at 6 pm in CBEC 267.
Join FOCUS in learning practical strategies for boosting confidence and to stop apologizing in your professional life. There will be pizza and refreshments provided.
FOCUS is not limited to females, all who support diversity in science are welcome!
Females of Chemistry Uniting Scientists (FOCUS) is be a student-run seminar series and community outreach program whose purpose is to promote awareness and understanding of the scientific achievements of prominent females within the field of chemistry, an unrepresented group in science. FOCUS promotes awareness of women’s achievements, inspire and encourage females, minorities, and other members of the scientific community.
The group is having their first meeting of the semester on TONIGHT, September 13th at 7 pm in CBEC 110/120. They will have a short introduction to FOCUS to inform everyone about their goals and upcoming events. Afterwards, they will have a social hour and trivia game with snacks provided! You are encouraged to attend tonight’s event to learn more about FOCUS and see how you can get involved. All are welcome to join!
Application Deadline: April 7th, 2022 at 11:59 PM
Chemistry and Biochemistry Club is currently accepting applications for all executive board positions for the 2022 – 2023 academic year. A position on the executive board provides an opportunity to make connections with other individuals interested in chemistry and biochemistry, gain leadership experience and work closely with the department. You do not have to be a Chemistry or Biochemistry major, nor be an upperclassman, to run for a position. If interested, you are highly encouraged to apply to support the club and enhance your resumé!
Available positions are President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, and Social Chair. Details about each position are available on the application.
If you are interested, please apply here by the deadline, TONIGHT at 11:59 PM. The application is brief, so don’t hesitate!
Voting will take place by Chemistry and Biochemistry Club from Friday, April 8 through Wednesday, April 20. Results of the election will be shared on Thursday, April 21.
If you have questions or would like to join the mailing list for updates on club activities, you may reach out via email to current president Rosemary, email@example.com, or on social media (https://www.instagram.com/chemclub_osu).
This is a student organization focused on fostering a community of students interested in biotechnology.
- Hosts undergraduate run meetings to start dialogues around different subjects of biotechnology
- Networks with professors and startup companies in biotechnology
- Hosts joint events with startups in the area
The organization is looking to fill leadership positions. This opportunity is open to anyone, including but not limited to underclassmen.
Reach out to Meyer.firstname.lastname@example.org with any general questions, or if you are interested in a leadership position.
More information on this organization can be found here. The organization also has a Discord that you can join here.
Thursday, November 4, 2021
7:30 – 8:30pm
Campbell Hall 213
Join Ohio State ASBMB for its first seminar series with Dr. Forero and Dr. Yount from Ohio State’s Microbial Infection and Immunity Department. The panel with cover graduate schools, career opportunities in research, grad applications, and more. Free pizza and drinks will be provided!
The Ohio State chapter of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) aims to promote academic fellowship and service outreach among undergraduate students interested in fields pertaining to biochemistry, molecular biology, and biology; to encourage all students in the advancement of science; and foster growth through career development programs. Most importantly, the Ohio State chapter of ASBMB works to provide an inclusive community which students may rely on throughout their own academic career.
Events & Opportunities:
- Guest speakers
- Supportive & collaborative community
- Career development opportunities
Join the chapter GroupMe: https://web.groupme.com/join_group/70346260/SEeol0W1
SCOPE stands for Student Community Of Practice and Engagement. These industry specific communities are built to give students the chance to discuss the latest topics, news, and technology of the day in crucial arenas while gaining access to professional development and mentorship opportunities. These communities are a chance for any student, no matter the focus of their studies, to get involved in industries with global impact that require an interdisciplinary approach.
Weekly SCOPE conversations feature discussion forums with faculty and staff leadership to help breach new horizons for the group. Learn more here.
Upcoming SCOPE conversations:
Air & Space SCOPE welcomes Dr. Marla Pérez-Davis, director of NASA Glenn Research Center.
- Monday, February 22, 5-6pm
- Zoom ID: 916-8637-8230
- Password: 2020Flight
Sustainable Energy SCOPE welcomes Invenergy, a leading privately held, global developer and operator of sustainable energy solutions that has created 175 projects across four continents.
- Tuesday, February 23, 4-5pm
- Zoom ID: 998-4813-1164
- Password: 2020Energy
Infectious Diseases SCOPE welcomes Mikkel Quam. Get insights into contact tracing and more about pandemic preparedness from an expert in the field.
- Thursday, February 25, 5:15-6:15pm
- Zoom ID: 979-3849-4806
- Password: Health
RSVP for an eHappy Hour hosted by Ohio American Water Works Association (OAWWA) Young Professionals on Friday, February 26th at 5:30PM. Zoom meeting info will be emailed before the event.
- Meet others in water and wastewater in a relaxed, low-key environment.
- Form relationships that will last throughout your career.
- See how many item you can find from a scavenger hunt list.
- Bring something to show and tell; it could be something big or small. It could be your favorite beverage, a hobby you picked up recently, your pet, etc.
RSVP for the eHappy Hour here.
Interested in joining OAWWA Young Professionals? Submit this form to receive emails about upcoming events,.
The American Chemical Society is offering eligible qualified graduates a FREE, three-year membership in ACS, so the organization can help them establish, maintain, and advance their future careers.
Students who graduated this fall with an ACS-Certified Chemistry Degree can enjoy full membership in the society at no cost for three years. Benefits include registration discounts to ACS meetings (virtual and live), ACS Career Navigator™ to help with resume writing and job interviews, and free, daily ACS Webinars® on today’s chemistry topics with access to the organization’s entire archive of 200+ recordings.
Learn more: Offer Flyer and ACS Membership Benefits
Offer expires December 31, 2020.
Today, 9/24 at 6:30pm: This week’s meeting will consist of a presentation of tips on how to survive all of your midterms.
Zoom Link: Click here.
Thursday, 10/1 at 6:30pm: Dr. Woodward will be speaking to Chem Club about the brewing process. Please submit questions ahead of time so Dr. Woodward can better tailor his presentation to what you’re interesting in learning. You can submit questions by emailing Claire Jones at email@example.com.
Join ACS Club for a talk on drugs and their effect on the brain. Dr. Paul will be leading the lecture tomorrow, September 24 at 7:30 pm. If you are interested in attending, please join using this zoom link!