Reminder to complete AU18 course registration

*If you have not yet registered for your autumn classes you need to do so as soon as possible.*

The GA/Fellowship list has been updated with assignments:  https://chemistry.osu.edu/graduate/chemistry/appointments

The following course registration information was sent out by e-mail during Spring Semester:

Graduate student registration windows for Autumn Semester 2018 will begin to open on Friday, March 23rd.  You can view when your individual registration window will open here by clicking on Enrollment Window.  Remember that you need to complete the financial responsibility statement before you can enroll in classes.  Please register by June 1st so that GTA assignments can be made.  I have outlined some registration information below, but full details can be found online here.

Pre-candidacy:

Autumn and Spring Semesters: register for at least 8 credits to activate your tuition authorization. You are encouraged to register for as many as 18 total credit hours.

Pre-candidacy Fellowship/Trainees/GRA-GS Match:

Autumn and Spring Semesters: register for at least 12 credits to activate your tuition authorization.  You are encouraged to register for as many as 18 total credit hours.

Post-candidacy (Including Fellowship/Trainees/GRA-GS Match): 

Autumn and Spring Semesters:

  • Register only for 3 credits each semester until graduation unless you have received prior permission to enroll in additional credit hours.
  • As part of the three total credits, students need to register for the correct seminar course and at least one credit of research.
     

**For students planning to take the candidacy exam during SU18, register as a pre-candidacy student for AU18.  Once you have officially passed, credit hours can be reduced as appropriate. **

AU18 Research Course Numbers

AU18 Seminar Course Numbers

Two Qualitative Data Events & Research Impact in the Research Commons

The Research Commons team is busy preparing for the fall semester. In the meantime, check out two great events coming up focused on qualitative research data management and our highlighted consultation service: Research Impact! -Nicole

Highlighted Consultation Services
Research Impact Consultations

Email Nancy Courtney (Courtney.24@osu.edu) to schedule a consultation.

 Research Impact Consultations can assist researchers with:

  • Locating journal metrics including journal impact factor, SJR, and SNIP
  • Using databases to compile citation metrics for grant or promotion & tenure
  • Finding and calculating your h-index
  • Identifying platforms to increase the visibility of your research
  • Creating your ORCID ID

Workshops and Events
Qualitative Research in the Age of Transparency (Lecture)
Register: https://library.osu.edu/researchcommons/event/qualitative-transparency-lecture/

Transparency and reproducibility are becoming standard practices in social science research and, increasingly, requirements for funding and publication. But most requirements and guidelines are written with quantitative research in mind. What does this mean for qualitative researchers? What are some common concerns about the applicability of transparency (or reproducibility) to qualitative research? This lecture provides both a summary of ongoing debates and suggests some ways forward.

About the speaker:

Sebastian Karcher is the Associate Director of the Qualitative Data Repository at Syracuse University. His main research interests are in qualitative data management, curation, and the integration of data tools into scholarly workflows. He is an active contributor to several scholarly open source projects, including Zotero and the Citation Style Language, as well as a founding editor of the emerging Author Carpentry series of lessons. He holds a PhD in political science from Northwestern University. Sebastian has published in both social science journals such as International Science Quarterly and Socio-Economic Review and information science journals such as IFLA Journal and Data Science Journal.

Who: OSU faculty, postdocs, staff, and students
When: Monday, July 23, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Where: Research Commons, 3rd floor of 18th Avenue Library


Data Management for Qualitative Research (Workshop)
Register: https://library.osu.edu/researchcommons/event/dm-qualitative/

This hands-on workshop will emphasize the dos and don’ts of data management with a focus on qualitative social science data. The core of this workshop will focus on the data management plan (DMP) and participants will either develop their own DMP or learn how to develop existing DMPs throughout the workshop. The workshop will cover topics throughout the data lifecycle, from planning data management to sharing the data, with a focus on practical, hands-on advice.

Who: OSU faculty, postdocs, staff, and students
When: Monday, July 23, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Where: 250 Townshend Hall, 1885 Neil Avenue

*Please note the location for this event. Seating is limited.

Nicole M. Hernandez, M.A.
Research Commons Public Services Coordinator
University Libraries
320 18th Avenue Library, 3rd Floor 175 W. 18th Avenue
614-292-7192 Office
Hernandez.313@osu.edu

News from the Graduate School – July 11, 2018

Alicia L. Bertone, DVM, PhD, Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Dean of the Graduate School, Professor, Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Alicia L. Bertone, DVM, PhD, Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Dean of the Graduate School, Professor, Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Comings and Goings
Alicia L. Bertone, DVM, PhD
Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and
Dean of the Graduate School

I am pleased to announce that Dr. Gunjan Agarwal, associate professor in biomedical engineering, will be joining the Graduate School as a faculty fellow starting July 16. This is a temporary part-time position focused on several important initiatives, including the Graduate School Handbook revision. Please join me in welcoming Gunjan.

Also, I want to acknowledge Assistant Dean Kathleen Wallace who has decided to leave the Graduate School to explore new challenges. Kathy has made many contributions to the Graduate School and graduate community over the past 15 years. She developed the Graduate School’s strategic communications/marketing area, ran the Preparing Future Faculty program, and was instrumental in several major initiatives, including the recent Campus Conversations on Graduate Education. Kathy has been a trusted colleague. Please join me in wishing her well in her new endeavors.

Deadlines
JUL 13 | Examinations and Reports due, summer
JUL 20 | Final Approved Thesis/Dissertation due, summer
see full graduation calendar

Events
JUL 16 | International Research Conference at UC Davis | more
JUL 18 | ODEE Academic Integrity Webinar | more
JUL 20 | Professional Profile Clinic | more
JUL 23 | Qualitative Research in the Age of Transparency (lecture) | more
JUL 23 | Data Management for Qualitative Research (workshop) | more
JUL 24 | Grant Writing: An Introduction | more
JUL 31 | UR Stars Doctoral Career Advancement Program | more
AUG 05 | Commencement | more
AUG 16 | Life Sciences Trek | more
AUG 31 | Autumn Postdoctoral Recruitment Event | more
see full event calendar

Funding
AUG 01 | Bell Fellows Program | more
OCT 03 | NIGMS PRAT Program (biomedical sciences) | more
OCT 04 | NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship (education) | more
NOV 01 | NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship (education) | more

CLICK HERE FOR MORE NEWS FROM THE GRADUATE SCHOOL

Handshake: OSU’s new career development platform

 

Ohio State has switched to Handshake – a modern career development platform for students to explore career employment, internships and other opportunities, based on their interests, major and skills. FisherConnect and Symplicity (CareerEngine, Hireabuckeye, FutureLink, Buckeye Careers Network) have transitioned to Handshake.

Handshake offers many exciting new features, including:

  • Relevant feed of job and internship opportunities
  • News feed containing the latest information from career services offices and favorite employers
  • Resources specifically matching students interests

Student accounts are preloaded and can be accessed at http://handshake.osu.edu/, using their name.# and password. Students will need to complete their profiles with details, such as work experiences, skills, interests and organizations. Next, students can explore the many resources and tools that are available in Handshake.

Call for Resumes – Merck on-campus interviews

Recruiters from Merck will be on campus on August 27th to hold an employment information session and conduct interviews for the three positions listed below. If you are interested in being considered for an interview, please e-mail a CV and research summary here by August 13th. The information session will be held from 9AM-10AM in CBEC rm 267 and will include a presentation, Q&A, and a light breakfast.

Discovery Chemistry

Merck is currently seeking exceptional chemists for positions within the Discovery Chemistry Department.  The successful candidate will join multidisciplinary, highly collaborative discovery teams to invent novel medicines through a combination of innovative synthetic chemistry and analysis of diverse data sets to build structure-activity relationships. Additionally, the successful candidate will generate novel, testable hypotheses to enable clear decision making.  Furthermore, he/she will help identify and validate new targets through chemistry and will be responsible for collaborative engagement with the external scientific community.  Success across this spectrum of activities will necessitate the application of the latest advances in chemistry and the development of innovative approaches to address new chemistry challenges. To accomplish the above, the successful candidate must have excellent interpersonal, collaboration and communication skills in a team environment.

Process Chemistry

Merck is currently seeking exceptional chemists for positions within the Process Chemistry organization. A successful candidate will be joining a group of innovative scientists with broad deliverables ranging from the design of manufacturing routes for drug candidates to building on our state-of-the-art catalysis capabilities. A Ph.D. in chemistry with experience in methodology/catalysis (including chemocatalysis, biocatalysis and heterogeneous catalysis), total synthesis, physical organic chemistry, or flow chemistry is required, along with a proven track record of solving complex problems. Candidates must possess strong written and oral communication skills, and the ability to work effectively in a team environment.

Analytical Chemistry

The Analytical Research & Development department of Merck Research Laboratories is seeking applicants for an Senior Scientist position. The Senior Scientist is a laboratory-based scientific role tasked with solving complex analytical problems at the interface of chemistry, engineering, and lab informatics disciplines to enable development of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs).  The successful candidate must function well and be able to collaborate in a fast-paced, integrated, multidisciplinary team environment.  Research experience should demonstrate successful application of state-of-the-art analytical techniques to solve chemistry problems, such as: chiral / achiral separations (HPLC / SFC/ GC / CE / IC), spectroscopic techniques (NMR, MS, UV-VIS / IR / Fluorescence / Raman), solid-state analysis (X-ray diffraction, DVS, DSC, TGA and microscopy), and classical wet chemistry techniques. Additional experience in synthetic / physical organic chemistry, mechanistic / kinetic studies of chemical reactions, continuous monitoring using process analytical tools, or lab automation / informatics is considered a plus.  Applicants must have effective organizational, multi-tasking, oral / written communications skills, show scientific leadership, and a desire to conduct research and publish.  In addition, experience leading small groups of technical personnel and analytical projects will aid in distinguishing candidates.

Healthcare Innovation and Entrepreneurship Workshop

Healthcare Innovation and Entrepreneurship Workshop

September 13 – 14, 2018

The Longaberger Alumni House at The Ohio State University
2200 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus, OH 43210

Do you dream big?

You can make your professional dreams a reality. We can help.

Our experts will teach you how to:

  • Develop your own business plan
  • Start and manage a small business
  • Market your practice and make your business stand out
  • Develop a provider-owned healthcare practice
  • Translate research-based interventions into commercial solutions
  • Pitch your ideas
  • Understand legal considerations for your business ventures
  • Discover new opportunities in your field
  • Apply innovation & entrepreneurial principles to traditional healthcare settings

Plus opportunities to network with other innovators and entrepreneurs.

Check out our agenda.

See our list of confirmed speakers.

Registration costs:

In-person $325.00 (early bird before August 13th)

In-person $375.00 (August 14th-September 6th)

Repeat Attendee: $125 flat fee

Ohio State Students: $125 flat fee (must register with your buckeyemail.osu.edu email address to receive discount)

Non-Ohio State Student Rate: $200 (promo code Student)

Buckeye Family: $25 off registration. Eligible for those with a @osu.edu or @osumc.edu email (must use this email when registering to receive discount)

Group Rate: Groups of 3-9 or more will receive 10% off. Groups of 10 or more receive 20% off

Register Today

Sponsored by:   

 

 

 

 

 

              The James Cancer Hospital and
Solove Research Institute

 

              Wexner Medical Center

 

Speaker Organizations:

Research Chemist – Chemical Synthesis at The Lubrizol Corporation

Are you interested in challenging projects in a truly multidisciplinary workplace?

Do you enjoy working in a highly collaborative, team-oriented culture?

Then read on.
The Component Science department, within R&D, supports Lubrizol by invention & synthesis of new specialty-chemicals and technical support of existing products. Our business depends on developing chemistry with unique performance characteristics which meet or exceed constantly evolving application requirements. Developing this technology requires an exceptional level of collaboration between chemists, physical & analytical scientists, chemical and mechanical engineers, formulators, and marketers.
We’re always told that one of the best things about working at Lubrizol is the people who work here – could you be one of them?

Responsibilities

  • Invent, prepare, and develop new chemical products
  • Develop structure-performance relationships
  • Perform independent research in a multidisciplinary environment on complex issues
  • Utilize advanced chemical knowledge, data, modeling and statistical tools to solve technical challenges
  • Work with business teams and/or customers to develop innovative new technology
  • Document, interpret and communicate results to colleagues, sponsors and customers
  • Follow safe laboratory practices

Requirements

  • Ph.D. in chemistry (organic, inorganic or polymer)
  • Track record of innovative thinking and technical accomplishments
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work independently and cooperatively in a multidisciplinary environment
  • Excellent organizational and communication (written and verbal) skills

Considered a Plus

  • Post Doctoral or Industrial experience

Lubrizol Benefits

Click Here to Learn About all of Our Benefits!

Competitive salary with performance based bonus plans

401K Match plus Age Weighted Defined Contribution Plan

Competitive medical, dental & vision offerings

Health Savings Account

Learn about all the cool things we do by watching our Being Essential video!