News from the Graduate School, January 24, 2020

Diversity and Inclusion

Alicia L. Bertone, DVM, PhD
Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and
Dean of the Graduate School


Diversity is integral to the mission and function of The Graduate School. Given our charge to support and develop programs that nurture students from intersectional, underserved backgrounds and to advance the recruitment and retention of diverse graduate students, this update highlights our key efforts to foster an inclusive and welcoming campus environment.

  • Developing a Consortium of summer bridge programs inclusive of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Medicine, and The James Comprehensive Cancer Center.  The goal of this effort is to align institutional resources related to research and in the recruitment of diverse students. The inaugural cohort included 123 students from across the United States.
  • Creating a faculty task force led by Assistant Dean La’Tonia Stiner-Jones charged with the goal of conducting a comprehensive review of graduate admissions.
  • Co-sponsoring with the Office of Diversity Inclusion recruitment and retention programs such as the McNair Scholars Visitation, Preparing for the Professoriate Retreat, and Dissertation Boot Camp.
  • Hiring of a diversity program coordinator, Ahmed Hassan, tasked with the role of designing and delivering retention programs for diverse graduate students.
  • Joining the Coalition of Next Generation Life Science, a central data host, which provides OSU staff and faculty with program level statistics related to graduate student and post-doctoral trainee demographics, admissions, doctoral time to degree, and doctoral completions.

These collective efforts illustrate our commitment to diversity and our responsiveness to the diversity and inclusion goals highlighted in the Campus Conversation on Graduate Education Report (2017).

Deadlines 

JAN 24 | Spring Applications to Graduate 
APR 10 | Spring Final Examinations and Reports 
APR 17 | Spring Final Approved Theses/Dissertation 
MAY 03 | Spring Commencement see full graduationregistration, and fellowship calendars

Events

JAN 28 | GTA Toolkit — inclusive teaching, Part 2: Planning Productive Conflict more
FEB 05 | Introduction to active learning strategies @ Derby Hall more
FEB 10-28 | 
Online Course Delivery Basics @ Online via Carmen more
FEB 25 | GTA Toolkit — inclusive teaching, Part 3: Micro (& Macro) Aggressions in the Classroommore
MAR 24 | 
GTA Toolkit — Teaching Portfolios @ Ohio Unionmore

#IT Update 

As part of the IT transition continuing over the next few months, 614-247-MYIT(6948) will be your primary number to contact the IT Service Desk for urgent requests. For non-urgent requests, visit go.osu.edu/it for 24/7 Self Service.

Questions?

ADMINISTRATION

Judith Buster joined the Graduate School as a business operations manager early this month. Judith came from the College of Medicine, where she was the Department Administrator for the Department of Biomedical Informatics. She has a degree in Economics, Miami University and a degree in Planning, Rutgers University. Judith moved to Columbus from Princeton, NJ and has through enjoyed becoming a Buckeye. Welcome, Judith! 
Lisa Kowalsky joined the Graduate School on Jan 13th as a program admin assistant. Prior to joining the graduate school she was a graduate student herself in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese where she was a Teaching Associate and doctoral student before deciding to change paths. Lisa earned a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish as well as a Master of Spanish Literature from the University of Calgary. She is excited to explore this new chapter with The Ohio State University.  Welcome, Lisa, to the Graduate School! 
Mary Ellen Rutemeyer joined the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs on December 16th as the new program assistant. Mary Ellen got her MA in Germanic Languages and Literature from Ohio State and recently returned to Columbus after a 3-year stint teaching German in Madison, Wisconsin. Send a note to Mary Ellen to say hello and welcome!
 

Ahmed Hassan joined the Graduate School on December 2nd as the new diversity program coordinator. Ahmed comes to the Graduate School from the Office of Graduate and Professional Admissions where he was an admissions counselor and student services specialist. Ahmed earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from The Ohio State University and a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs from the University of Toledo. Please join us in welcoming Ahmed to The Graduate School!

 

Please direct registration services needs to Registration Services Specialist Kate Zinn.

Please direct communications and marketing related questions to Assistant Dean Karin Jordan.

Resources at the Office of International Affairs

For international graduate students who need to leave the United States during graduate studies, here are some resources from the Office of International Affairs(OIA) for you. Please plan ahead and talk to your faculty advisor and OIA before traveling so that going back home will not negatively impact your ability to graduate.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Innovate 2020

May 14

Mark your calendar for the Innovate conference at the Ohio Union in 2020. Innovate is an annual conference that brings together educators, administrators and tech industry professionals to explore recent advancements, best practices and provocative approaches to teaching and learning with technology. Join the mailing list to keep informed on all things Innovate.

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AWARD NOMINATION

Nominate Your Student for Graduate Associate Leadership Award

January 31 

Graduate Associate Leadership Award (GALA) is a new award developed with the understanding that graduate students often are asked about their leadership skills and previous experiences when seeking employment. We want to support and encourage graduate students to engage in these activities. The GALA gives a $500 stipend to the award winners. We decide that Chairs and Associate Deans should identify if any of their students have been in a leadership position, such as serving on a committee, or taking on other leadership responsibilities in one of these offices to be eligible for the award:

  • Economic and Cooperative Engagement
  • Government Affairs
  • Outreach and Engagement / Regional Campus
  • Alumni
  • Library

Details on how to nominate your student, click HERE.

DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

2019-2020 Buckeye Diversity Dialogue Series

November 6–April 6

The Council of Graduate Students’ Buckeye Diversity Dialogue Series provides opportunities for Ohio State graduate students, faculty, staff, and community leaders to have intentional conversations about relevant issues of equity, diversity, inclusion, social justice, and much more. Lunch will be served on site.

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EVENT FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGED RESEARCH

CARE Panel: The Ethics of Community Engaged Research

January 28, 2020

There has been a recent push for community engaged research, particularly when the research is conducted across cultural, structural and economic differences. In this panel, the Center for Ethics and Human Values invites speakers to examine what exactly ought to count as engaging a community as a research partner. What constitutes a community in the first place? Can individual representatives be recruited to speak for the community? If so, who?

This panel will take place on Tuesday, January 28th, from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm in Thompson Library 165.

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GRANT OPPORTUNITY

Field Research Grants for Grad/Prof Students

Deadline: Sunday, March 1 at 11:59PM 

The Center for Latin American Studies is accepting applications for 2020 Tinker Field Research Grants, which can be used to provide graduate and professional students with funds for travel to and within Latin America to conduct pre-dissertation research. Up to $3,000 per student may be awarded and the competition is open to all graduate students in all academic fields at Ohio State, including international students.

Please consider this funding opportunity. The deadline is Sunday, March 1st at 11:59 p.m. For more information, please visit: https://clas.osu.edu/funding/grad/tinker-field.

GRA OPPORTUNITY

Two Graduate Research Associate Opportunities Open at the Center for the Study of Student Life (CSSL)

Deadline: February 7

The Center for the Study of Student Life (CSSL) anticipates hiring two (2) 20-hour per week Graduate Research Associates (GRAs) for the 2020-2021 academic year. Each GRA will report to an Associate Director. Examples of GRA job duties for the 2020-2021 academic year include, but are not limited to, implementing data collection efforts, analyzing datasets ranging in size from 50 cases to 15,000 cases, instrument validation, factor analysis, reporting automation and writing reports. Projects will focus on student experiences outside of the classroom at Ohio State, such as student employment, student leadership, student wellness, career outcomes and sense of belonging on campus.

Please submit a cover letter, curricula vita/resume, a writing sample (preferably including an empirical analysis) and two professional references via email to: Michelle Colombini, Administrative Associate Center for the Study of Student Life. Email: cssl@osu.edu.

NEW PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

NEW PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN MYANMAR

Recently the Burmese American Community Institute (BACI) and NAFSA: Association of International Educators have just announced a partnership supporting the new Myanmar Scholars and Leaders Program (MSLP).

Under this new arrangement, NAFSA will direct funds from the Tamara H. Bryant Endowed Scholarship to support opportunities for Myanmar students and scholars from non-governmental entities to attend graduate school in the United States.

If you are interested in new partnership opportunities with MSLP or in Myanmar, please write to MSLP@thebaci.org. Read more below and subscribe to newsletters from BACI, a reputable non-profit group in greater Indianapolis.

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EVENTS

Activities through OUAB – Ohio Union Activities Board for Graduate Students

Here is a list of events and activities that are catered to graduate students, click here and learn more.  They usually take place from 3:30p.m. to 5p.m. on Tuesdays.

MAR 17 | Non-Academic Job Search 
MAR 24 | Resumes and Cover Letters
MAR 31 | Interview  
APR 07 | Negotiating the Job Offer 

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GRANTS | SERVICE-LEARNING

2020 Service-learning Grants Closing Soon

Any Ohio State instructor who would like to create a new service-learning course or improve an existing course with service-learning is invited to apply.  This includes courses offered at the regional campuses, and undergraduate or graduate level courses.  Grantees receive up to $4,000 in funding and participate in a service-learning Course Design Institute with their peers.  Please consider inviting your colleagues to apply.  Applications are due February 4, 2020.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Foundations of Utility and Risk (2020)

Application is now open.

The submission of abstracts for the Foundations of Utility and Risk (FUR) conference in 2020 is now open! Since 1982, FUR gathers every two years researchers in economics, psychology and other behavioural sciences interested in the study of decision making. FUR 2020 will take place in Sydney, at the University Technology of Sydney from the Wednesday 1st July to the Saturday 4th July.  It will be the first time this conference takes place in the Asia Pacific area.

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R&D INTERNSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS

OPPORTUNITIES FOR DOCTORAL STUDENTS AND EARLY-CAREER SCIENTISTS

Summer Internship Program in Research for Graduate Students

Application Deadline: February 1, 2020

This program focuses on major research activities that will occur in 2020. Selected interns conduct research under the guidance of mentors at ETS offices in Princeton, N.J. Graduate students who are currently enrolled in full-time doctoral programs in the areas listed above and who have completed a minimum of two years of coursework toward their Ph.D. or Ed.D. prior to the program start date are eligible to apply.

Postdoctoral Fellowship Program

Application Deadlines: March 1, 2020 (preliminary) and April 15, 2020 (final)

This program provides opportunities for early-career scholars to work with Educational Testing Service(ETS) researchers on a variety of cutting-edge topics, including foundational research as well as research embedded in real-world testing programs. Selected fellows work on research projects and conduct independent research that is relevant to ETS’s goals under the mentorship of research scientists or psychometricians in Princeton, N.J. Candidates must have received their doctorate within the past three years. This year, ETS is seeking applications in the following areas of expertise: measurement, psychometrics and statistics; process data modeling and analysis; and artificial intelligence.

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BEYOND THE PROFESSORIATE

HOW-TO SEMINARS & CAREER CONVERSATIONS

Every month, Beyond the Professoriate hosts free webinars and how-to seminars on launching your post-PhD career. Topics range from careers for PhDs to networking, job search strategies, graduate school success, and more. Presenters include Beyond the Professoriate co-founders Maren and Jen, as well as PhD guest presenters from diverse career backgrounds.

Click here to learn more about our upcoming events and register.

News from the Graduate School, July 31, 2019

News and updates, July 31, 2019
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Our Global Culture
Alicia L. Bertone, DVM, PhD
Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and
Dean of the Graduate School
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Earlier this week I used my column in onCampus Weekly to affirm to all students, post-doctoral trainees, and the wider university community that Ohio State and the Graduate School welcomes our international students. I want to reiterate those sentiments here. The contributions made by international students as scholars and researchers are vital to our university community, but so too are their contributions as teachers, colleagues, and friends. Our commitment to supporting our global culture is strong and will remain a pillar of our mission in graduate education.
To build and develop that global culture, the Graduate School has reviewed and revised our process for proposing new International Cooperative Graduate Degree Agreements. The number of these is increasing and we want to improve the process by which programs can partner with international organizations.
I want to make sure that international students who come to Ohio State can access the support they need. The Office of International Affairs’ International Student Orientation on August 15 is mandatory for all international graduate students, but some students don’t attend or can’t attend because of overlapping program orientation events. Please be aware of these events while scheduling your orientation events, and encourage your international students to attend.

Deadlines
AUG 19 | End-of-Semester deadline, summer
SEP 06 | Application to graduate deadline, autumn
see full graduation, registration, and fellowship calendars
Events
JUL 31 | Engaging Students Through Online Collaboration | more
AUG 04 | Commencement
AUG 05 | Graduate School begins operations in Ohio Stadium | more
AUG 06 | Kickstart Week (Day 1) | more
AUG 08 | Corporate Research Engagement 101 | more
AUG 13 | Grant Writing: An Introduction | more
AUG 14 | Hacking the Academic Job Market | more
AUG 16 | Grant Writing: An Introduction | more

Funding
AUG 06 | Princeton Society of Fellows Postdoc | more
AUG 19 | NCI Cancer Prevention Fellowship | more
SEP 02 | Cornell Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship | more
SEP 09 | 2019 Fall Postdoctoral Recruitment Event | more
OCT 02 | NIGMS PRAT Biomedical Sciences Postdoc | more
OCT 03 | NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship | more
OCT 21–
OCT 23 | NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program | more
NOV 07 | NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship | more

ADMINISTRATION
Graduate School Offices Relocating to Stadium During Renovation
The Graduate School is renovating its offices in University Hall, and staff will be relocated to Ohio Stadium during construction. On August 2, the Graduate School will begin transitioning to the stadium offices. Graduation and Registration Services will operate in University Hall on that day, but all other staff will have limited availability. Beginning August 5, all staff will be located in the stadium and full operations will resume.
Contact: Matt Yoder, HR/Finance Manager

ADMINISTRATION
Graduate School Welcome Week Events
The Graduate School is co-hosting two events for Welcome Week. Please encourage your new graduate students to attend. All newly admitted graduate students will receive an invitation.
Graduate and Professional Student Involvement and Resource Fair
Sunday, August 18, 4–7 p.m.
Ohio Union
Graduate Student Welcome Picnic
Friday, August 23, 4–7 p.m.
Faculty Club
Contact: Samuel Jordan, Director, Registration Services

ADMINISTRATION
Spoken English for Graduate Teaching Associates
If you are hiring new Graduate Teaching Associates, remember that to accord with Ohio State Law, non-native English speakers need to be certified in spoken English to teach. Visit the English as a Second Language Program to review the requirements. Every semester the Graduate School audits student records to verify that non-native English speaking GTAs are appropriately certified. GTAs who are not in compliance may be terminated from their teaching position.
Contact: Judith Dunham-Borst, Student Services Manager, Registration Services

Office of Student Life Graduation Survey
Please encourage your graduating students to take the Ohio State Graduation Survey that is sent to them from the Office of Student Life. Results from the survey will help the university understand students’ Ohio State experience, their plans after graduation, and how the university can help future students.
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Contact: Center for the Study of Student Life

ENTERPRISE
Enterprise Project Session for Graduate Community
The graduate community is invited to hear the latest Enterprise Project updates on August 12. All faculty and staff who support graduate students should plan to attend this session, which will cover the progress related to student services. Colleagues will present highlights from their areas, and attendees will see a demonstration of Workday. Time will also be available for Q&A.
Contact: Enterprise Project

Oops, Did I Just Plagiarize?!: Academic Integrity Guidance for Graduate Students
August 16
10-11 a.m.
Research Commons
The Graduate School, in conjunction with the Office of International Affairs and Committee on Academic Misconduct, will be offering a one-hour academic misconduct workshop to graduate students. The workshop gives guidance on behavior that can undermine academic integrity and provides concrete examples of academic misconduct (especially the use of outside sources and citation practices), along with recommended tips and resources.
Register
Contact: Ruth Lu

FUNDING
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
Deadline: varies between October 21–23
The NSF’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) supports outstanding graduate students who are pursuing master’s and doctoral degrees in fields within NSF’s mission. Fellows receive a three-year annual stipend along with a limited cost of education allowance for tuition and fees (paid to the institution), opportunities for international research and professional development, and the freedom to conduct their own research at any accredited U.S. institution of graduate education they choose.
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FUNDING
Princeton Society of Fellows Postdoctoral Fellowships
Deadline: August 6
The Princeton Society of Fellows, an interdisciplinary group of scholars in the humanities, social sciences, and selected natural sciences, is now accepting applications for their postdoctoral fellowship. Three to five postdoctoral fellows are appointed each year for three-year terms in residence to pursue research and teach half-time. Fellows are provided with a competitive salary, benefits, a $5,000 research account, access to university grants, a shared office, a personal computer, and other resources.
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Hacking the (Academic) Job Market
August 14
Ohio Union
OUAB Grad/Prof in collaboration with representatives from The Professor Is In, the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and the Graduate School will be presenting a full-day workshop titled “Hacking the Academic Job Market”. This is tailored for individuals who are interested in applying for faculty positions and complements the Academic Job Search Series hosted during fall semester.
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Research Commons Workshops
Corporate Research Engagement 101 (Interactive Seminar)
August 8, 2–3:30 p.m.
Learn from the Industry Liaison Office how to bridge the industry-university divide with tools for vetting and solidifying industrial opportunities, and an overview of resources at Ohio State that are helpful to secure industrial relationships.
Register
Grant Writing: An Introduction (Workshop)
August 13, 2–4 p.m.
Learn about the data visualization program, including the different versions that exist, and how to access the program for free.
Register
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The Research Commons is a space where researchers can connect with each other and with services that support and enable their work. It offers group study room rentals, research consultations, and more.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Office of Distance Education and eLearning Workshops
Engaging Students Through Online Collaboration
July 31, 1:30–3 p.m.
Learn ways to get students interacting through collaborative learning in online spaces.
Register
Kickstart Week (Day 1): Course Design, Quality, and Learning Objectives
August 6, 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Kickstart Week is a series of related workshops that will prepare you to design for and teach in online and hybrid settings. Each day focuses on a different set of skills and pedagogies.
Register
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The Office of Distance Education and eLearning provides students with an enriched educational experience through technology-ready classrooms, centralized learning systems, innovations in technological pedagogy, and distance education opportunities.

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News from the Graduate School, June 26, 2019

GSDEAN

Alicia L. Bertone, DVM,  PhD
Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and
Dean of the Graduate School

Dr. Karin Jordan Joins the Graduate School

I am happy to announce that Dr. Karin Jordan will begin as Assistant Dean of Graduate Development and Engagement at the Graduate School on July 1.

Karin’s role will be to engage with the university’s outward-facing efforts on behalf of graduate education. Those efforts include career services, alumni engagement, advancement, government engagement, and more. She will work closely with graduate programs as well as the offices associated with those efforts—the University Institute for Teaching and Learning, Career Counseling and Support Services, Corporate Engagement, the Office of Outreach and Engagement, and others. Specific efforts will include enhancing graduate career services and professional development, improving faculty mentorship, the development of faculty and student awards, and enhancing graduate community through messaging and events.

Karin comes to the Graduate School from Penn State Altoona, where she was Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs. Prior to Penn State, she held several administrative positions at the University of Akron, including Associate Dean in the College of Health Professions. Before moving into administration, Dr. Jordan was professor of counseling at University of Akron, George Fox University, and the University of Colorado at Denver.

Deadlines

JUL 12 | Final examinations and Report forms due, summer
JUL 19 | Final theses and dissertations due, summer

see full graduation, registration, and fellowship calendars

Events

JUL 10 | Management Skills for Grad/Prof Students | more
JUL 16 | Grant Writing: An Introduction | more
JUL 18 | Introduction to Tableau for Data Visualization | more
JUL 23 | Tools of the Trade: Animal Models Beyond the Mouse | more
JUL 29 | 2nd Conference on Biomotors, Virus Assembly and Nanobiotechnology Applications (funding available) | more
AUG 04 | Commencement
AUG 08 | Corporate Research Engagement 101 | more

 

Funding

OPEN   | Postdoctoral Fellowship in Biology Education and Research | more
JUL 05 | CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Awards | more
AUG 19 | NCI Cancer Prevention Fellowship | more
SEP 02 | Cornell Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship | more
SEP 09 | 2019 Fall Postdoctoral Recruitment Event | more
OCT 02 | Biomedical Sciences Postdoc | more
OCT 03 | NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship | more
NOV 07 | NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship | more

ADMINISTRATION

Laura Pearce Joins Graduate School

Laura Pearce has joined the Graduate School as the administrative associate for the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the Graduate School. The position was previously held by Jill Toft.

Laura is twice a graduate of the Ohio State University, with a BA in International Studies and an MA in East Asian Studies. She also holds an MA in Folklore from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Laura will be the first point of contact for inquiries about curricular review processes for graduate programs. She will provide administrative support for the review and approval of new graduate program proposals, act as a liaison to the Ohio Department of Higher Education, and assist the Associate Dean with day-to-day operations in the areas of graduate program assessment, online course proposals and changes, and matters pertaining to the graduate faculty.

Say hello to Laura

Graduate School Offices Relocating to Stadium During Renovation

The Graduate School is renovating the offices in University Hall and staff will be temporarily relocated to Ohio Stadium beginning in August. The exact date for the move has not been determined, but those coming to the offices after August 1 should contact the Graduate School before setting out.

Contact: Matt Yoder, HR/Finance Manager

FUNDING

NAEd/Spencer Dissertation and Postdoctoral Fellowship Program

The NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship Program seeks to encourage a new generation of scholars from a wide range of disciplines and professional fields to undertake research relevant to the improvement of education. These $27,500 fellowships support individuals whose dissertations show potential for bringing fresh and constructive perspectives to the history, theory, or practice of formal or informal education anywhere around the world. Due October 3.

The Postdoctoral Fellowship Program supports early-career scholars working in critical areas of educational scholarship. Fellows will receive $70,000 for one academic year of research, attend professional development retreats, and receive mentorship from NAEd members and other senior scholars in their field. Due November 7.

Biomedical Sciences Postdoc

Deadline: October 2

The NIGMS Postdoctoral (PRAT) Program is a competitive three-year postdoctoral fellowship program that provides high quality research training in the basic biomedical sciences in NIH intramural research laboratories.

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National Cancer Institute Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program

Deadline: August 19

The NCI Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program provides fellowships to develop an independent research program in cancer prevention. The centerpiece of the program is mentored, multidisciplinary research. With input from senior scientists and program staff, each fellow develops original scientific projects and reports findings at meetings and in leading journals.

The program provides up to four years of funding including stipends, relocation expenses, health insurance benefits, and travel allowances, as well as an opportunity to earn an MPH.

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Management Skills for Grad/Prof Students

July 10

This interactive workshop will help participants understand the skills necessary to gain a better understanding of self and how to assess others abilities and leverage those strengths to improve their working relationships and work satisfaction.

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2019 Fall Postdoctoral Recruitment Event

September 9 (application deadline)
October 23–25 (event)

The Postdoctoral Recruitment event will provide an opportunity for PhD students to meet research faculty, interview for open postdoctoral positions and discover the research taking place at Ohio State and the Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

Application for this event is open to graduate students who have completed or expect to complete their PhD between December 2018 and May 2020.

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Tools of the Trade: Animal Models Beyond the Mouse

July 23 8:00 a.m.–noon Biomedical Research Tower, Room 115

The Center for Clinical & Translational Science and the Blue Buffalo Veterinary Clinical Trials Office will present a workshop on the plurality of animal models. Researchers from Ohio State and Nationwide Children’s Hospital will present on the advantages of studying naturally occurring disease in companion animals, comparative aspects of animal pathology, and unique regulatory and ethical considerations.

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2nd Conference on Biomotors, Virus Assembly and Nanobiotechnology Applications

July 29–31 Fawcett Center for Tomorrow

Thirty-two fellowships are available to Ohio State students to attend the 2nd Conference on Biomotors, Virus Assembly and Nanobiotechnology Applications. The conference hosts leading scientists and engineers working in chemistry, biochemistry, biophysics, structural biology, microbiology, cell biology, materials, and nanotechnology. Fellowships are first come, first served and include cost of registration, lunch, dinner and banquet for the 3-day conference.

Register Use code “OSU Fellowship” at registration.

Research Commons Workshops

Grant Writing: An Introduction (Workshop)
July 16
, 10 a.m.–noon
Learn about the differences between federal/state and private funding processes, best practices for seeking funding, and examples of effective writing.
Register

Introduction to Tableau for Data Visualization (Workshop)
July 18
, 3–4:30 p.m.
Learn about the data visualization program, including the different versions that exist, and how to access the program for free.
Register

The Research Commons is a space where researchers can connect with each other and with services that support and enable their work. It offers group study room rentals, research consultations, and more.

Office of Distance Education and eLearning Workshops

Technology-Enhanced Active Learning
July 11
, 1:30–3 p.m.
Engage in multiple activities to discover how technology can enhance active learning in your courses.
Register

Peer Review in CarmenCanvas
July 16
, 1–2:30 p.m.
Learn how to leverage Carmen to engage students in peer review activities.
Register

The Office of Distance Education and eLearning provides students with an enriched educational experience through technology-ready classrooms, centralized learning systems, innovations in technological pedagogy, and distance education opportunities.

News from the Graduate School, April 25, 2019

GSDEAN

Alicia L. Bertone, DVM,  PhD
Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and
Dean of the Graduate School

 

Graduate Associate
Teaching Awards, Sesquicentennial Scholars

I am pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s Graduate Associate Teaching Awards. The GATA is Ohio State’s highest recognition of the teaching done by graduate students, and presenting these awards is one of the highlights of my year. Congratulations to the recipients and to the programs that support them.

This year’s recipients are:

  • Briana Brownlow, Psychology
  • Sin Guanci, Educational Studies
  • Mark Hoff, Spanish and Portuguese
  • Nathan Howell, Ohio State Biochemistry Program
  • Ju-A Hwang, Teaching and Learning
  • Yeoeun Kim, Educational Studies
  • Katherine Moore, Dance
  • Lisa Nguyen, Chemistry
  • Raphael Palermo dos Santos, Portuguese
  • Jacinta Yanders, English

Read more about this year’s GATA recipients

I am also excited to recognize the 32 graduate students that have been selected for the Sesquicentennial Student Scholar Leadership Program. The scholars will become ambassadors for the university and the sesquicentennial, participate in a Buckeye-focused leadership development program, and receive a $2,500 scholarship. The selected graduate students exemplify the breadth and depth of our graduate programs, representing a wide variety of disciplines in both master’s and doctoral programs. And they exemplify the Graduate School’s vision to produce leaders in knowledge, innovation, and creativity that can engage and influence the world.

See the graduate Sesquicentennial Scholars

Deadlines

APR 26 | CGS Delegate Elections | vote
APR 29 | Preparing Future Faculty (extended from April 1) | more
MAY 07 | End of Semester, Spring
MAY 24 | Application to graduate, Summer

see full graduation, registration, and fellowship calendars

Events

MAY 02 | Academy of Teaching Conference on Excellence in Teaching & Learning | more
MAY 02 | Increasing the Visibility of Your Research | more
MAY 07 | Academic Writing: The Craft of Writing Effectively | more
MAY 07 | Distance Education Symposium | more
MAY 07 | Kickstart Week (Day 1): Course Design Quality and Learning Objectives | more
MAY 16 | Innovate Conference | more
MAY 29 | Making Your Science Accessible | more
JUN 07 | Graduate School Information Session for New Program Coordinators | register

 

Funding

APR 30 | Rose Bowl Game Keith Jackson Postgraduate Scholarship | more
MAY 01 | Career Development Grant | more
MAY 01 | Ray Travel Award | more
MAY 24 | NASA Fellowship Activity | more
MAY 31 | ARL Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship | more
JUN 03 | Congressional Fellowship on Women and Public Policy | more

 

ADMINISTRATION

Graduate School Information Session for New Program Coordinators

June 7
9:30–11:30 a.m.

226 University Hall

The Graduate School is offering an information session for new program coordinators. Topics include frequently used forms and functions of GRADFORMS, select topics from the Graduate School Handbook, fellowship procedures, fee authorizations, and more. There will also be time for your questions. This is a great opportunity to meet some of the Graduate School staff and other program coordinators.

Register

Contact: Judith Dunham-Borst, Student Services Manager, Graduate School

Graduate School Summer Hours

The Graduate School will shift to the summer schedule starting May 6. During the summer, the Graduate School will open at 8:30 a.m. and close at 4:30 p.m.

Contact: Matt Yoder, Finance & HR Manager

Change to Drop for Non-payment

Beginning autumn semester 2018, the University Registrar changed the drop for non-payment process so that students with a past-due balance of $50 or more for the current term were dropped from their courses for the following semester. For example, if a student has a past due balance for autumn, they are dropped from their spring courses.

The change has drastically reduced the number of graduate students who were dropped for non-payment. During spring semester only one graduate student was affected.

Contact: Samuel Jordan, Director, Registration Services

THE ENTERPRISE PROJECT

Faculty voices guiding the Enterprise Project

The Enterprise Project’s Faculty Advisory Committee provides feedback on business and technology changes from a faculty perspective. Since joining the committee, Dr. Jacquelyn Meshelemiah has seen the benefits of Workday, the university’s future core system. “I think when faculty actually start to see the system, they’re not going to believe how easy and clear it is,” she says. Read the Q&A with Dr. Meshelemiah for more.

Contact: The Enterprise Project

Office of Student Life Graduation Survey

Please encourage your graduating students to take the Ohio State Graduation Survey that is sent to them from the Office of Student Life. Results from the survey will help the university understand students’ Ohio State experience, their plans after graduation, and how the university can help future students.

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Contact: Center for the Study of Student Life

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Academic Writing: The Craft of Writing Effectively

May 7
10 a.m.–12 p.m.

Physics Research Building, 1080 Smith Seminar Room

The Chicago writing program was created to help faculty and graduate students’ learn to write academic texts. Led by the director of Writing Programs at the University of Chicago, Larry McEnerney, this workshop will identify some of the key difficulties that academics face when they write professional academic texts, and will offer techniques for making such texts more successful.

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Delegate Elections Open for the Council of Graduate Students

Deadline: April 26

The Council of Graduate Students is holding elections for delegates until April 26. Delegates serve as the contact between the committee and graduate students, bringing graduate students concerns to the committee and conveying information back to their fellow graduate students. Delegates also serve on an internal CGS Committee and an external University Committee.

Contact: Tracy Walterbusch.

Vote

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Preparing Future Faculty Deadline Extended

Deadline: April 29

Applications are now being accepted for the Preparing Future Faculty program. The Preparing Future Faculty program is a mentorship and career development program that helps graduate students from any discipline discern whether they are interested in pursuing faculty careers in liberal arts colleges or small universities. The premier feature of the program is an arranged mentorship between PFF fellows and faculty teaching in the Graduate School’s partner colleges and universities in Ohio.

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FUNDING

Rose Bowl Game Keith Jackson Postgraduate Scholarship

Deadline: April 30

The Rose Bowl Game Keith Jackson Postgraduate Scholarship is an annual scholarship that recognizes one senior student from the Big Ten Conference for exceptional achievement in academics and civic service. Each student will receive a $10,000 scholarship, to be paid to their postgraduate institution of choice, to further their academic study in an area of their choosing.

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FUNDING

Ray Travel Award

Deadline: May 1

The Ray Travel Award for Service and Scholarship awards up to $1,000 per year for conference travel. Conference dates must be between July 1 and September 30, 2019.

More…

Contact: Kristyn Gumpper

FUNDING

CGS Career Development Grant

Deadline: May 1

The Council of Graduate Students’ Career Development Grant awards up to $350 per year for professional development activities. Conference dates must be between July 1 and September 30, 2019.

More…

Contact: Hannah Torma

FUNDING

Congressional Fellowships on Women and Public Policy

Deadline: June 3

The Women’s Congressional Policy Institute is accepting applications for the Congressional Fellowships on Women and Public Policy. Students pursuing or who have recently completed a graduate or professional degree with a proven commitment to equity for women are eligible to apply. Fellows gain practical policy-making experience and graduate credit as they work from January to August in Congressional offices.

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EVENT

Innovate Conference

May 16 (registration ends May 10)
Ohio Union

Registration is now open for the Innovate conference. Innovate is an annual conference that brings together educators, administrators and tech industry professionals to explore recent advancements, best practices and provocative approaches to teaching and learning with technology.

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FUNDING

Army Research Laboratory Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowships

Deadline: May 31

The Army Research Laboratory is now accepting applications for the ARL Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowships. ARL fellowships recipients pursue independent research that supports the mission of ARL alongside ARL scientists and engineers.

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NASA Fellowship Activity

Deadline: May 24

NASA Fellowship Activity 2019 is seeking student-authored and independently conceived graduate research proposals. The 2019 NASA Fellowship Activity is designed to support the NASA Office of STEM Engagement objectives and provide academic institutions the ability to enhance graduate-level learning and development. The program details and requirements are outlined in the solicitation document.

To be eligible, candidates must be U.S. citizens or a national who hold a bachelor’s degree in a STEM field earned before Aug. 31, 2019. Candidates must be enrolled in a master’s or doctoral degree program no later than Sept. 1, 2019, and intend to pursue a research-based masters or PhD program in a NASA-relevant field.

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EVENT

Academy of Teaching Conference on Excellence in Teaching & Learning

May 2
4-H Center

The Academy of Teaching hosts its annual Conference on Excellence in Teaching & Learning. This free event is for members of the Ohio State community to engage with innovative, interesting and evidence-based ideas related to effective teaching and improving student learning. This year’s conference theme is Embracing Time and Change.

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Office of Distance Education and eLearning Workshops

Distance Education Symposium
May 7
, 10–11:30 a.m.
A gathering of the top minds in Distance Education from across Ohio State. Come to network as well as to learn with fellow champions.
Register

Kickstart Week (Day 1): Course Design Quality And Learning Objectives
May 7
, 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Kickstart Week is a series of related workshops that will prepare you to design for and teach in online and hybrid settings. Each day focuses on a different set of skills and pedagogies
Register

The Office of Distance Education and eLearning provides students with an enriched educational experience through technology-ready classrooms, centralized learning systems, innovations in technological pedagogy, and distance education opportunities.

Research Commons Workshops

Increasing the Visibility of Your Research (Presentation)
May 2
, 1–2 p.m.
Learn the strategies and outlets for making your research more visible, including open access, scholarly profiles, social media, and The Conversation.
Register

Making Your Science Accessible (Workshop)
May 29
, 2–3:30 p.m.
Learn how to share your research succinctly including how to identifying the level of your audiences’ knowledge, build context, and laddering complex ideas.
Register

The Research Commons is a space where researchers can connect with each other and with services that support and enable their work. It offers group study room rentals, research consultations, and more.

 

News from the Graduate School, March 22, 2019

GSDEAN

Alicia L. Bertone, DVM,  PhD
Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and
Dean of the Graduate School

Graduate Associate Stipend Increase

The stipend for the 2019-20 academic year will be $17,280 for nine-month, 50 percent GA appointments ($1,920/month). This increase was originally announced alongside last year’s GA stipend increase on April 23, 2018.

The increases help us advance Ohio State’s goal of providing nationally competitive compensation and benefits to our graduate associates while recognizing the contribution of their efforts to our teaching and research enterprise.

Read more…

Deadlines

APR 01 | Preparing Future Faculty
APR 12 | Final examinations and Report forms due, spring
APR 19 | Final theses and dissertations due, spring
see full graduation, registration, and fellowship calendars

Events

MAR 26 | CARE Panel: Research in Humanities Crises
MAR 26 | Decision Sciences Research Forum
MAR 26 | GTA Toolkit March Breakfast: Critical Thinking
MAR 26 | Life Beyond Grades: Designing College Courses to Promote Intrinsic Motivation
MAR 26 | Qualtrics Show and Tell: Survey Email Best Practices
MAR 26 | Web Mapping Basics with ArcGIS Online
MAR 27 | Decoding the Disciplines: Moving Novices to Experts
APR 03 | Accessibility: Common Issues and Solutions
APR 08 | Empowering Student Learning: An In-Depth Look at the Explain Everything and Notability Apps
APR 08 | Ken Campbell Lecture, A Conversation with Judy Heumann: Looking Back to Think Ahead
APR 09 | Decision Sciences Speaker: Muriel Niederle
APR 09 | Digital Humanities Showcase
APR 10 | Academic Integrity: Best Practices and Tools
APR 11 | Government & Civic Engagement Career Expo

Funding

MAY 23 | Russel Sage Foundation Decision Making and Human Behavior in Context
—— | STEAM Factory Interdisciplinary Postdoctoral Research Program

ADMINISTRATION

Post-Degree and Graduate Non-Degree

Beginning autumn 2019, students who have completed their degree or are on leave of absence from a degree-granting program (and will not complete their degree) and who wish to take courses will be reactivated as Graduate Non-Degree students.

This replaces the previous category of Post-Degree students. Post-degree students were required to be reactivate under the program they previously attended, a program affiliation that often did not make academic sense and was confusing to students and staff. Programs will no longer need to approve such student’s enrollment.

The Graduate School is also expanding the transfer of Graduate Non-Degree credit hours. Students can now transfer seven hours of GNDG credit into each program they are admitted to. Previously students could transfer seven hours in total to all programs.

Contact: Samuel Jordan, Director, Registration Services

WELLNESS

Student Campus Climate Survey

Deadline: April 12

For the fourth year, Ohio State is conducting a climate survey of all students. Faculty and staff are encouraged to be aware and supportive of students in completing the survey. Information collected will allow the university to inform and further enhance Buckeyes ACT, Ohio State’s comprehensive plan to combat sexual misconduct. The survey is now available and will remain open through April 12. Participation is voluntary, and once the survey is submitted, responses are completely anonymous.

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15 Ohio State graduate programs ranked in top 10 by U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report 2020 edition of America’s Best Graduate Schools ranks 15 of Ohio State’s programs in the top 10 and three ranked best in the nation.

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2019 President’s Postdoctoral Scholars Announced

The 2019 cohort of President’s Postdoctoral Scholars have been announced. The recipients were selected from a diverse and highly competitive pool of national and international applicants with wide-ranging research interests. The President’s Postdoctoral Scholars Program, supported by the Office of the President, was launched in January 2018 to attract and retain highly qualified early career scholars as postdoctoral trainees who will become leaders in their fields.

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Alumni Awards Nominations

Deadline: March 31

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019 Alumni Awards. Buckeye alumni can be nominated in eight award categories that acknowledge numerous achievement areas.

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FUNDING

Russell Sage Foundation Decision Making and Human Behavior in Context

Deadline: May 23

The Russell Sage Foundation is now accepting letters of inquiry for a new special initiative on Decision Making and Human Behavior in Context that will support innovative research on decision making across the social sciences including scholars in psychology, political science, sociology, and other social science fields. The program has special interest in the following research areas: biases and misperceptions; motivations and incentives; habits and behavior change; affect and emotions; and networks and contexts.

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STEAM Factory Interdisciplinary Postdoctoral Research Program

Beginning April 1, the STEAM Factory is inviting applications from early career scholars for the inaugural Interdisciplinary Postdoctoral Research program. The program offers a two-year postdoctoral opportunity for scholars focused one of two themes: the future of mobility & smart cities, or sustainable urban systems. They are seeking applicants whose work focuses on ambitious endeavors, spans multiple disciplines, and connects with public outreach and engagement.

Moe…

EVENT

CARE Panel: Research in Humanitarian Crises

March 26
12–1:30 p.m.
Fawcett Center

A panel discussion on the challenges of conducting research during and after humanitarian crises. Among the questions under discussion are: how can such research avoid exploitation? What counts as good evidence of efficacy? What sort of risks can we expect research participants to sign up for? Is informed consent possible? Are there conditions under which research is not appropriate and the sole priority should be providing aid?

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Ken Campbell Lecture
A Conversation with Judy Heumann:
Looking Back to Think Ahead

April 8
3:45–5:30
Blackwell Inn

Judith E. Heumann will deliver the 2019 Ken Campbell Lecture on Disability Advocacy, Policy and Law. The Ken Campbell Lecture is a highlight of The Ohio State University’s annual Multiple Perspectives conference. Initiated by the Columbus Advisory Committee on Disability Issues in memory of Ken’s lifetime of service and advocacy the event focuses on the impact of disability advocacy, law, and policy. This event is free and open to the public.

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Decision Sciences Research Forum

March 26
3-5:30 p.m.
Psychology Building

The awardees of Decision Sciences’ Small Research Grants for Faculty and Students will present their research at the annual DSC Spring Research Forum. The event includes talks and posters from faculty and students. Appetizers will be available during the poster session.

Learn more and register

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Versatile PhD

Versatile PhD is an on-line community for grad students (and others) interested in exploring non-academic careers. It offers a knowledgeable, supportive online community, regular asynchronous panel discussions with PhDs who have pursued non-academic careers, and other content that supports successful job searches.

Through the Graduate School’s subscription, all Ohio State students, faculty, staff, and alumni have access to the full resources of the Versatile PhD, and their participation is completely confidential.

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Preparing Future Faculty

Deadline: April 1

Applications are now being accepted for the Preparing Future Faculty program. The Preparing Future Faculty program is a mentorship and career development program that helps graduate students from any discipline discern whether they are interested in pursuing faculty careers in liberal arts colleges or small universities. The premier feature of the program is an arranged mentorship between PFF fellows and faculty teaching in the Graduate School’s partner colleges and universities in Ohio.

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Government & Civic Engagement Career Expo

April 11
4-7 p.m.
Page Hall

Graduate students and recent graduates are invited to attend the Government & Civic Engagement Career Expo on April 11. The event is open to all current Ohio State University students and recent graduates, and provides an opportunity for students to network with employers and learn about career opportunities. Relevant Ohio State student organizations will also have tables at the event.

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EVENT

Decision Sciences Speaker: Muriel Niederle

April 9
3:30–5 p.m.
Psychology Building, 035

Muriel Niederle (Professor of Economics, Stanford) will deliver a talk titled, “A Gender Agenda: From the Lab to the Field to Policy.”

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ENTERPRISE

Enterprise Project

Ohio State is transforming we do business to improve the faculty, staff and student experience and advance operational excellence. Through the Enterprise Project, Ohio State is implementing a cloud-based system (Workday), enhancing our human resources model and harnessing university data to better support decision-making. Faculty and staff will benefit from a single place to handle most Ohio State business needs, more self-service options and an easy mobile experience. Please subscribe to the Enterprise Project Digest to receive a monthly round-up of project news and updates.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Office of Distance Education and eLearning Workshops

Accessibility: Common Issues and Solutions
April 3
, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Learn common accessibility issues and their solutions.
Register

Empowering Student Learning: An In-Depth Look at the Explain Everything and Notability Apps
April 8
, 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m.
Learn about two apps that can support you and your students with note making/taking, annotation, developing presentations and videos, and more.
Register

Academic Integrity: Best Practices and Tools
April 10
, 12–1:30 p.m.
Learn how to promote academic integrity and about Ohio-State supported eLearning tools that supplement best practices.
Register

The Office of Distance Education and eLearning provides students with an enriched educational experience through technology-ready classrooms, centralized learning systems, innovations in technological pedagogy, and distance education opportunities

Research Commons Workshops

Qualtrics Show and Tell: Survey Email Best Practices
March 26
, 12–1 p.m.
Learn to improve the chances that your survey invitations and reminders are seen by recipients (and how to keep them out of spam folders).
Register

Web Mapping Basics with ArcGIS Online
March 26
, 3–4:30 p.m.
Learn the basics of making web maps with ArcGIS Online, including adding layers to a map, changing layer styles, and configuring pop-ups.
Register

Digital Humanities Showcase
April 9
, 3:30–5 p.m.
The Digital Humanities showcase will feature “lightning talks” by humanities and arts faculty and graduate students about their research projects.
Register

The Research Commons is a space where researchers can connect with each other and with services that support and enable their work. It offers group study room rentals, research consultations, and more.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

University Institute for Teaching and Learning Workshops

GTA Toolkit March Breakfast: Critical Thinking
March 26
, 9–10:30 a.m.
Learn about stages of student learning development and skills that develop critical thinking.
Register

Life Beyond Grades: Designing College Courses to Promote Intrinsic Motivation
March 26
, 11:30–1 p.m.
Learn how to promote intrinsic motivation in students when they seem overly focused on grades.
Register

Decoding the Disciplines: Moving Novices to Experts
March 27
, 11:30–1 p.m.
Learn how to spot and overcome pedagogical bottlenecks in the classroom by analyzing how experts in any field think and perform.
Register

The purpose of the University Institute for Teaching and Learning Workshops is to integrate and enhance ongoing efforts in teaching and learning at Ohio State, and to elevate discussion and the visibility and importance of such work to the institutional level.

News from the Graduate School, February 21, 2019

GSDEAN

Alicia L. Bertone, DVM, PhD
Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and
Dean of the Graduate School

Fellowship Stipend Increase

I am pleased to announce that the Graduate School is able to raise fellowship stipend rates by 2% for the coming year. The new rates will become effective autumn 2019 and will apply to all new and continuing Graduate School fellowships.

Recruiting top graduate students to our programs is central to these increases and to the changes that we are making to the Graduate School fellowships generally. We believe that these increases will help to you to do just that. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

Read more…

 Deadlines

APR 01 | Preparing Future Faculty
APR 12 | Final examinations and Report forms due, spring
APR 19 | Final theses and dissertations due, spring
see full graduation, registration, and fellowship calendars

Events

FEB 22 | Course Creation Studio
FEB 25 | Applied Active Learning
FEB 26 | GTA Toolkit February Breakfast: Multiple Roles as GTAs
MAR 01 | Information Session for New Program Coordinators
MAR 04 | Assessment and Grading in Carmen
MAR 06 | RUOK? Day
MAR 06 | Inclusive Syllabus Webinar: What, why, how?
MAR 06 | Grant Writing: An Introduction
MAR 10 | Midwest Graduate Research Symposium
MAR 20 | Corporate Research Engagement 101 (Interactive Seminar)
MAR 20 | Authentic Assignments
MAY 05 | Commencement
see full event calendar

Funding

FEB 22 | Next Generation Innovator of the Year award
MAR 01 | Leadership Research Grant Program
MAR 01 | Migration, Mobility, and Immobility Graduate Resarch and Creative Work Grants
MAR 04 | OSU Graduate School and CCTS Summer Research Scholarship
MAR 08 | TL1 Mentored Clinical Research Training Program
MAR 08 | University Engagement Recognition Awards
MAR 13 | Mellon/ACLS Public Fellows
MAR 15 | Decision Sciences Research Grants
MAR 15 | Tinker Field Research Grants
MAR 18 | Sustainability Institute Student Funding
MAR 18 | Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship

ADMINISTRATION

New Graduate School Staff Member: Kate Zinn

Welcome Kate Zinn, the newest member of the Graduate School staff. Kate is the new Registration Services Specialist (the position previously held by Jacklyn Heikes).

Kate is an Ohio State alumnus who holds a BA in Ancient History and Classics. Before joining the Graduate School, she held a student position in Materials Science and Engineering where she worked closely with the program coordinator. Kate is excited to join the Graduate School during such an exciting time.

Say hello! to Kate

ADMINISTRATION

Reactivation moves online

The process for students who wish to reactivate their enrollment eligibility is moving from a paper to an online form. Students can access the form at go.osu.edu/reactivation. The paper form will not be available after spring 2019.

The only significant change to the process involves program permission for reactivation. If the reactivating student has been on leave for two or more years from a degree-granting program, the Graduate School will contact the graduate program for permission to reactivate (this was previously done by the student).

Reactivating students will also be asked questions to determine if they qualify for the Forever Buckeyes program.

Contact: Judith Dunham-Borst, Student Services Manager, Graduate School

Judges Needed for Hayes Research Forum

The Hayes Research Forum is seeking faculty judges to review posters and presentations in the following areas.

Oral Presentation

  • Arts (four additional judges needed)
  • Business (four additional judges needed)
  • Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (four additional judges needed)
  • Humanities (four additional judges needed)
  • Math and Physical Sciences (two additional judges needed)

Poster Presentation

  • Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (three additional judges needed)
  • Engineering, Math, and Physical Sciences (three additional judges needed)

If you are interested in serving as a judge, please visit the CGS website.

The Hayes Forum presents exemplary research by graduate students across the full range of Ohio State’s graduate degree programs and facilitates fruitful exchanges between students, faculty, the administration, and the public.

Contact: Tracey Walterbusch, Vice President of the Council of Graduate Students

ADMINISTRATION

Conflict of Interest Advisory Committee

The Graduate School is seeking one graduate faculty member volunteer to serve as its representative on the university’s Conflict of Interest Advisory Committee (COIAC). The COIAC is a standing faculty committee created under the Faculty Conflict of Interest Policy that meets to determine whether a significant financial interest is related to a specific research project or protocol and, if so, whether the interest could directly and significantly affect the design, conduct or reporting of the research.

If interested, contact Dr. Jennifer Yucel, Associate Vice President for Research Compliance, for additional information.

DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

Discovery Postbaccalaureate Research Education Program

Deadline: March 1

The Post-baccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP) is an NIH-funded postbac program that runs for one year and is designed to prepare recent college graduates for success in graduate school. Participants receive:

  • a one year paid research experience in a laboratory with a nationally recognized research mentor in a biomedical science discipline
  • GRE prep assistance
  • individual mentoring
  • assistance with application preparation for doctoral programs
  • career development workshops
  • opportunities to travel and network with other scientists throughout the nation

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WELLNESS

RUOK? Day

March 6

This year’s RUOK? Day will be held on March 6. RUOK Day is a way to encourage Ohio State students, faculty, and staff to think about the people in their lives who may struggle with personal difficulties. Attendees to RUOK? Day are provided with resources and opportunities to pledge to ask a friend, coworker or stranger, “Are you okay today?”

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FUNDING

OSU Graduate School and CCTS Summer Research Scholarship

Deadline: March 8

The Center for Clinical and Translational Science is now accepting applications for the OSU Graduate School and CCTS Summer Research Scholarship. The Summer Scholarship will enable a health science related professional student who is enrolled in an Ohio State PhD or master’s program to conduct a clinical or translational research project during the summer semester.

Benefits include a stipend and access to CCTS training resources.

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FUNDING

Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship

Deadline: March 18

The Graduate School’s Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship (AGGRS) program provides small grants up to $5,000 to support the research and scholarship of doctoral or terminal master’s degree candidates for their dissertations or theses.

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FUNDING

Mellon/ACLS Public Fellows

Deadline: March 13

The Mellon/ACLS Public Fellows program is now accepting applications. The program places recent humanities PhDs in two-year positions at nonprofit and government organizations. Each fellowship includes a stipend of $68,000 per year, health insurance, a relocation stipend, and $3,000 in professional development funds.

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FUNDING

Tinker Field Research Grants

Deadline: March 15

The Center for Latin American Studies is accepting applications for the 2019 Tinker Field Research Grants. These grants provide graduate students with funds for travel to and within Latin America to conduct pre-dissertation research. This award will provide up to $3,000 for graduate students in all academic fields at Ohio State, including international students.

Previous Tinker recipients will be presenting their research at Tinker Talk sessions on on February 28 and March 7. Register to attend.

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FUNDING

University Engagement Recognition Awards

Deadline: March 8

Ohio State’s University Engagement Recognition Awards honor faculty, staff, students and community partners for outstanding achievement in meaningful partnerships that produce engaged scholarship and community impact. Awards will be given in the community engagement, international engagement, service-learning, healthy communities, staff, student, student group and community partner categories.

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FUNDING

Zuckerman STEM Leadership Program

The Zuckerman STEM Leadership Program supports future generations of leaders in science, technology, engineering and math by providing scholarships for postdoctoral students from universities in the United States to do research at Israeli universities.

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Next Generation Award for Graduate Students

Deadline: February 22

The Office of Research and the Corporate Engagement Office invite nominations for The Ohio State University 2018 Innovator of the Year awards. The awards recognize and celebrate outstanding innovation accomplishments of faculty, staff and students. Graduate students and post-docs are eligible for the “Next Generation” award which recognizes innovation and entrepreneurship that has contributed to the development or commercialization of a new technology.

Nominations are also sought for faculty and staff.

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FUNDING

Graduate Research and Creative Work Grants

Deadline: March 1

The Migration, Mobility, and Immobility Project invites applications for graduate student grants for research and creative work. These grants are open to all enrolled graduate students at Ohio State working on the topics of migration, mobility, and immobility, regardless of its geographical, chronological, thematic, or methodological scope. MMI expects to award around eight research or creative work grants, up to $2,500 each.

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Office of Distance Education and eLearning Workshops

Course Creation Studio
February 22
, 12–2 p.m.
Get help developing, improving, or rethinking your online, hybrid, or face-to-face course design through technology.
Register

Applied Active Learning Strategies for the Classroom
February 25
, 10:30 a.m.–noon
Learn about active learning stategies and how to apply them in the classroom.
Register

Assessments and Grading in Carmen
March 4
, 1–2:30 p.m.
Learn how to customize your Gradebook, build rubrics, use SpeedGrader, and customize your own grading workflow.
Register

The Office of Distance Education and eLearning provides students with an enriched educational experience through technology-ready classrooms, centralized learning systems, innovations in technological pedagogy, and distance education opportunities.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Research Commons Workshops

Grant Writing: An Introduction
March 6
, 10 a.m.–noon
Learn the differences between federal/state and private funding processes, best practices for seeking funding, and examples of effective writing.
Register

Corporate Research Engagement 101 (Interactive Seminar)
March 20
, 10–11:30 a.m.
Learn how to bridge the industry-university divide with tools for vetting and solidifying industrial opportunities, and an overview of resources at Ohio State that are helpful to secure industrial relationships.
Register

The Research Commons is a space where researchers can connect with each other and with services that support and enable their work. It offers group study room rentals, research consultations, and more.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

University Institute for Teaching and Learning Workshops

GTA Toolkit February Breakfast: Multiple Roles as GTAs
February 26
, 9–10:30 a.m.
Learn strategies for managing the different responsibilities GTAs have.
Register

Inclusive Syllabus Webinar: What, why, how?
March 6
, 1 p.m.–2 p.m.
Learn how the syllabus can be used to foster an inclusive learning environment that helps students feel supported and motivated.
Register

Authentic Assignments
March 20
, 10–11:30 a.m.
Learn what makes an assignment authentic, why that is a valuable characteristic, and some strategies for designing authentic evaluation tools.
Register

The purpose of the University Institute for Teaching and Learning Workshops is to integrate and enhance ongoing efforts in teaching and learning at Ohio State, and to elevate discussion and the visibility and importance of such work to the institutional level.

The Graduate Student News, No. 2:2

If you are thinking of hurting yourself or someone you know is, please call 911.

For non-emergency services, contact Counseling and Consultation Services.

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The Graduate Student News

0. Contents

  1. Lead, advise, or facilitate
  2. Health and wellness updates
  3. Grad students in the news
  4. Funding
  5. Events

1. Lead, Advise, or Facilitate

The University Institute for Teaching and Learning (UITL) is looking for experienced Ohio State Graduate Teaching Associates to facilitate several of their teaching workshops at the Teaching Orientation @ Ohio State. If you’ve completed at least two terms of teaching at Ohio State by the end of the spring 2019, plan to be enrolled at Ohio State during autumn 2019, and are interested in helping new GTAs, apply by February 13.

And the Office of International Affairs (OIA) is looking for orientation leaders and peer advisors. Orientation leaders are responsible for welcoming new international students, answering questions on a variety of topics, and leading orientation events and activities from July 22 to August 21. Peer advisors help connect new students to important university resources and policies, and share their experiences as successful students. Learn more and apply (by Feb 15 for advisors, and by Feb 22 for orientation leaders).

2. Health and wellness updates

Ohio State students have been targets of cyber crimes including online extortion, identity theft, computer intrusion, and more. The Ohio State Police Department is encouraging victims to use the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), to file a complaint, and to make an appointment with Ohio State Student Legal Services.

3. Graduate students in the news

Caitlyn Trevor (DMA, MM, MA)—with help from MFA alumni Vita Berezina-Blackburn (Art), Lakshika Udakandage (Design), and John Luna (Dance)—is doing interesting research on music performance and motion, and Chengfei He (Atmospheric Sciences) co-authored a paper on the movement of heat caused by climate change. Eleanor Paynter (Comparative Studies) wrote about the movement of refugees in Europe and America, and Austin Knuppe (Polisci doctoral student, Graduate School fellow, and AGGRS recipient) discusses the conflict in Yemen.

Carrie Ewing (doctoral student in Environmental Science) co-authored a paper on why Beech trees are dying, and FABE doctoral student Anna Apostel shared early results from a studies she’s conducting that could help prevent harmful algal blooms. Cat Packer (MA from Glenn, JD from Moritz, and BA from Political Science) is the executive director of Los Angeles’s Department of Cannabis Regulation.

Public Health grad students Rachel Meadows and Megan Hils discovered the causes underlying healthcare disparities in black women, and Neuroscience graduate student Kristina Witcher is lead author on a study treating traumatic brain injuries by eliminating a single type of immune cell.

Environment and Natural Resources master’s student Lars Meyer co-authored a paper on the detrimental effects artificial light has on ecosystems. And Kexing Lai‘s research on the power grid and Seckin Sahin’s work on novel antenna prototypes earned them Presidential Fellowships.

Presidential Fellow from Anthropology Colleen Cheverko discusses why she chose to study anthropology (and why you should, too). Mackie O’Hara (doctoral student in Anthropology) co-authored a paper on dental growth and development in an early East Asian hominin.

Ramprakash Srinivasan (ECE) co-authored a paper on the many (17!) ways our faces display happiness, and Stephanie Smith from Psychology discovered that looking at something we already like makes us like it more. Classics alumnus Jack Emmert credits that degree with helping him design smash-hit video games, and Design MFA alumna Fran Kalal makes the digital clothes for your favorite Pixar character. Danae Wolfe (MENR alumna and current ACEL master’s student) is a phenomenal portrait photographer (for unconventional sitters).

Have you appeared in the news or know a grad student who has? Send me a note.

4. Funding

5. Events

 

News from the Graduate School, January 17, 2019

GSDEAN

Sesquicentennial Student Scholar Leadership Program

Alicia L. Bertone, DVM, PhD
Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and
Dean of the Graduate School

 

In the 2019–20 academic year, Ohio State will select 150 students from across the university to participate in the Sesquicentennial Student Scholar Leadership Program. These scholars will participate in a leadership development program and receive a $2,500 scholarship, but they will also be ambassadors for the university, the sesquicentennial, their programs, and for graduate education at Ohio State. Graduate students are a large and important part of the university’s history, and they could play a uniquely important role as ambassadors. Let’s make sure that they are represented in this celebratory program. Encourage your students to apply before the February 1 deadline.

Deadlines

JAN 25 | Applications to Graduate Due, spring
APR 01 | Preparing Future Faculty | more
APR 12 | Final examinations and Report forms due, spring
APR 19 | Final theses and dissertations due, spring
see full graduation, registration, and fellowship calendars

Events

JAN 18 | REACH© Suicide Prevention Training | more
JAN 22 | Beyond Plagiarism | more
JAN 29 | GTA Toolkit January Breakfast: Imposter Syndrome | more
JAN 30 | Initial Submission under the Revised Common Rule | more
JAN 31 | Introduction to Data Visualization | more
FEB 04 | 5-Day Research Impact Challenge | more
FEB 04 | Introduction to Active Learning Strategies | more
FEB 05 | The Rise of Women in Academia (Ohio State Advance event) | more
MAR 01 | Information Session for New Program Coordinators | register
MAY 05 | Commencement | more

MAR 10 | Midwest Graduate Research Symposium | more
see full event calendar

Funding

FEB 01 | ETS Internship and Fellowship Programs | more
FEB 01 | FLAS Fellowships
FEB 01 | L’Oréal USA For Women in Science Fellowship Program | more
FEB 08 | Polish Studies Initiative Scholarship | more
FEB 15 | Columbus-Athens Schweitzer Fellowships | more
FEB 15 | Pelotonia Fellowship | more
FEB 01 | Sesquicenntenial Student Scholar Leadership | more
FEB 01 | Idaho National Laboratory Graduate Fellowship | more

ADMINISTRATION

2018–19 Graduate School Handbook (Update)

After an extensive review and revision process, the 2018-19 Graduate School Handbook has been added to the Graduate School website. There is also a new PDF version (with index). Many edits have been made and section numbers changed. Please use this new version going forward.

The Graduate School Handbook (in conjunction with university rules and regulations) is the foundation for rules regulating graduate students, graduate faculty, and graduate programs. Program handbooks should therefore use the newest Graduate School Handbook as the foundation and template for any local handbooks.

2018–19 Handbook

Contact: Matt Page, Assistant Dean, Graduate School

2019–20 Fellowship Guidelines (Updates)

The Fellowship Guidelines, as well as guidelines for the Presidential and Patrick S. Osmer Fellowships have been updated and are now available on the Graduate School website and include new PDF versions. Please use these versions going forward.

2019–20 Fellowship Guidelines
2019–20 Presidential Fellowship Guidelines
2019–20 Patrick S. Osmer Fellowship Guidelines

Contact: Theresa Hazelwood, Director, Fellowship Services, Graduate School

Admissions Update

Following the changes to the GRE requirement in the Graduate School Handbook, Graduate and Professional Admissions has begun to correct any applications that were referred to the Graduate School for a low GPA. All applications flagged for a low GPA submitted between August and December 11 have had the university GRE requirement removed. If the application has an additional degree with a GPA above 3.0, the referral requirement itself has been removed. Applications received after mid-December will be corrected by January 18.

Contact: Samuel Jordan, Director, Registration Services, Graduate School

Graduate School Information Session for New Program Coordinators

March 1
9:30-11:30 a.m.
226 University Hall

The Graduate School is offering an information session for new program coordinators on march 1, from 9.30 to 11.30. Topics include frequently used forms and functions of GRADFORMS, select topics from the Graduate School Handbook, fellowship procedures, and fee authorizations. There will also be time for your questions. This is a great opportunity to meet some of the Graduate School staff and other program coordinators.

Register

Contact: Judith Dunhamn-Borst, Student Services Manager, Graduate School

Academic Integrity Workshop Available for Graduate Programs

The Graduate School, in conjunction with the Office of International Affairs and Committee on Academic Misconduct, offers one-hour academic misconduct workshops to graduate programs. The workshop gives guidance on behavior that can undermine academic integrity. The workshop provides real examples of academic misconduct (especially the use of outside sources and citation practices) and recommended tips and resources for graduate students.

Contact: Ruth Lu

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The Ohio State University Spring Career Fair

The Ohio State University Spring Career Fair is an annual job and internship fair open to all current Ohio State University students and recent graduates. Students can network with employers and learn about internship and career opportunities. Detailed infromation about the event can be found through Handshake.

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Preparing Future Faculty

Deadline: April 1

Applications are now being accepted for the 2019–20 Preparing Future Faculty program. Please encourage your students to apply. The Preparing Future Faculty program is a mentorship and career development program that helps graduate students from any discipline discern whether they are interested in pursuing faculty careers in liberal arts colleges or small universities.

Contact: Ben Reder, Communications and Marketing Coordinator

Annual Midwest Graduate Research Symposium

Registration deadline: March 10
Conference: April 6

Registration is now open for the 10th Annual Midwest Graduate Research Symposium. Hosted by the University of Toledo Graduate Student Association, MGRS provides an opportunity for graduate students to present their research, and to network with other graduate students.

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Share Your Research

Columbus Council on World Affairs’ Global Scholars Diploma program is seeking volunteers to present on a variety of topics. The presentation should engage high school students and inspire them to seek solutions to a problem. Topics needed include:

  • global hunger
  • human trafficking
  • migration crisis
  • human rights violations
  • global health
  • cybersecurity
  • international trade
  • national security

Interested graduate students should contact Hannah Meyer, Director Student & Community Engagement.

Research Commons Workshops

Initial Submissions under the Revised Common Rule (Presentation)
January 30
, 3–4 p.m.
The Office of Responsible Research Practices is offering a workshop for graduate students on how to navigate the Institutional Review Board (IRB) process.
Register

Introduction to Data Visualization (Presentation)
January 31
, 3–4 p.m.
Data visualization can help you analyze and make sense of the information you have gathered. Learn what data visualization is, why it’s important, the types of data visualizations, and the tools used to create them.
Register

5-Day Research Impact Challenge
February 4

Each day during the week of February 4-8, participants will receive an email with one or two self-paced tasks to complete that will teach you how to enhance your scholarly profile.
Register

The Rise of Women in Academia: Personal and Scholarly Insights
February 5
, 4–5 p.m.
Claudia Buchmann, Distinguished Professor in the College of Arts and Sciences and chair of the Department of Sociology, will speak about her scholarship including her book, The Rise of Women: The Growing Gender Gap in Education and What it Means for American Schools (this talk is part of Ohio State Advance).
Register

The Research Commons is a space where researchers can connect with each other and with services that support and enable their work. It offers group study room rentals, research consultations, and more.

University Institute for Teaching and Learning Workshops

REACH© Suicide Prevention Training
January 18
, 1–2:30 p.m.
A certified REACH© instructor will teach faculty, GTAs, and staff about prevention and early intervention techniques designed to help save a life from suicide.
Register

Beyond Plagiarism: Teaching for Academic Integrity in Writing and Research
January 22
, 10:30 a.m.–12 p.m.
Learn strategies that help maintain academic integrity, and to understand the role that citation plays in the writing of various disciplines.
Register

Introduction to Active Learning Strategies
February 4

Learn what active learning is, its benefits, and how to implement it.
Register

GTA Toolkit January Breakfast: Imposter Syndrome
January 29
, 9–10:30 a.m.
Participants will discuss common causes of impostor syndrome and identify steps to recognizing their competence as teachers.
Register

The purpose of the University Institute for Teaching and Learning Workshops is to integrate and enhance ongoing efforts in teaching and learning at Ohio State, and to elevate discussion and the visibility and importance of such work to the institutional level.

 

NEW GRADUATE DEGREE

Master of Public Administration and Leadership

The Master of Public Administration and Leadership degree was approved by the University Board of Trustees and the Ohio Department of Higher Education. It is a 32-33 semester hour, cohort-based program that is offered via distance education. The curriculum includes a 20 semester hour core with coursework in judgment in managerial decision-making; data, models and evaluation; budgeting and financial administration; negotiation; and managing human resources.

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Contact: Sammie Ellwood, Graduate Programs Manager

 

FUNDING

ETS Internship and Fellowship Programs

Deadline: February 1

ETS’s Research & Development division is now accepting applications for the 2019 ETS Internship and Fellowship Programs. ETS seeks graduate students enrolled in a doctoral program and interested in research opportunities in the field of educational research, assessment, or related fields.

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FLAS Fellowships

Deadline: February 1

East Asian Studies Center, the Center for Latin American Studies, and the Center for Slavic and East European Studies are currently seeking student applications for fellowships for summer 2019 and academic year 2019-20 under the U.S. Department of Education’s Title VI Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship program.

The Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships program provides academic year and summer fellowships to assist graduate students undergoing training in modern foreign languages and related area or international studies.

L’Oréal USA for Women in Science fellowship program (postdoc)

Deadline: February 1

The L’Oréal USA For Women in Science fellowship program honors female scientists at a critical stage in their careers with grants of $60,000 each. The program will award five female scientists who are looking to advance their research and serve as role models for the next generation of girls in STEM.

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Polish Studies Initiative Scholarship

Deadline: February 8

Pre-candidacy graduate students are eligible to apply for the Polish Studies Initiative (PSI) scholarship. The PSI aims to support the study of Polish language and culture through summer intensive language programs, internships, and study abroad programs. Scholarships range from $500-$1,000, depending on the stage of academic career and intended program.

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Albert Schweitzer Fellowships

Deadline: February 15

Applications are now being accepted for the Columbus-Athens Albert Schweitzer Fellowships. Fellows work with with community organizations on year-long service projects to address social and health-related needs in Franklin and Athens counties.

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Pelotonia Fellowship

Deadline: February 15

The Pelotonia Fellowship Program is now accepting applications from graduate students from any discipline at Ohio State who have the potential to become independent cancer researchers. One and two year awards available.

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News from the Graduate School, December 17, 2018

GSDEAN

Autumn 2018
Presidential Fellows

Alicia L. Bertone, DVM, PhD
Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and
Dean of the Graduate School

I am happy to announce that the autumn 2018 Presidential Fellows have been chosen.

The Presidential Fellowship is the most prestigious award given by the Graduate School to recognize the outstanding scholarly accomplishments and potential of graduate students entering the final phase of their dissertation research or terminal degree project.

Congratulations to our newest Presidential Fellows!

 

Autumn 2018 Presidential Fellows

Samantha Carter, Earth Sciences
Elizabeth Griffith, advisor

Cecilia Chagas de Freitas, Plant Pathology
Christopher G. Taylor, advisor

Keyton Clayson, Biophysics
Jun Liu, advisor

Mohammad Shahriar Hooshmand, Materials Science and Engineering
Dr. Maryam Ghazisaeidi, advisor

Samuel Kay, Geography
Max Woodworth, advisor

Osama Khalil, Mathematics
Nimish Shah, advisor

Stacy Kim, Astronomy
Annika Peter, advisor

Daniel Knapper, English
Hannibal Hamlin, advisor

Kristen Kolenz, Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Guisela Latorre, advisor

Irina Kuznetcova, Educational Studies
Michael Glassman, advisor

Kexing Lai, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Mahesh Illindala, advisor

Lauren Loftus, Chemistry
Claudia Turro, advisor

Rachel Miller, English
Jared Gardner, advisor

Anand Nagarajan, Mechanical Engineering
Soheil Soghrati, advisor

Chloe Page, Neuroscience Graduate Program
Laurence Coutellier, advisor

Eleanor Paynter, Comparative Studies
Amy Shuman, advisor

Julie Powell, History
Alice Conklin, advisor

Seckin Sahin, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Kubilay Sertel, advisor

Giorgio Sbardolini, Philosophy
Stewart Shapiro, advisor

Nithya Sivashankar, Education: Teaching and Learning
Patricia Enciso, advisor

Arunima Srivatava, Computer Science and Engineering
Dr. Raghu Machiraju, advisor

Rodney Tollerson, Microbiology
Michael Ibba, advisor

Kelly Wilson, Agricultural and Extension Education
Mary Rodriguez, advisor

Lin Zhang, Industrial and Systems Engineering
Allen Yi, advisor

Natalia Zotova, Anthropology
Dr. Jeff Cohen, advisor

Deadlines

JAN 04 | End-of-Semester Deadline
JAN 25 | Spring Applications to Graduate Due
see full graduation, registration, and fellowship calendars

Events

DEC 16 | Commencement | more
DEC 17 | Citation Tracking and Research Metrics | register
DEC 17 | Course Design, Quality, and Learning Objectives | register
see full event calendar

Funding

JAN 08 | Chateaubriand Fellowship | more
JAN 15 | I-Corps@Ohio | more
FEB 01 | Sesquicenntenial Student Scholar Leadership | more
FEB 01 | Idaho National Laboratory Graduate Fellowship | more