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Ohio State University for Wednesday, Nov. 10. The deadline for submissions
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Search committee announced for dean, College of Medicine, and vice president for health sciences
The search committee has been announced for the dean, College of Medicine, and vice president for health sciences. Robert Brueggemeier, dean and professor, College of Pharmacy, will serve as chair. The complete list of committee members is available on the Office of Academic Affairs web site, http://oaa.osu.edu/searches.html.
The Central Ohio Professional Education Council invites you to a workshop, Making Important Retirement and Health Care Decisions. COPEC, a non-profit organization, offers educational programs at no charge which do not involve the sale of products or services and are designed for those individuals who are covered under STRS, PERS, or SERS benefits. Read more at http://www.thecopecnetwork.org/. Choose from the following dates: Nov. 18, Westerville Public Library, 7 p.m.; and Dec. 9, Grove City Public Library, 6:30 p.m. RSVP to Nancy Snyder at 799-8668 ext. 2.
Spotlight on ...
Wexner Center for the Arts
Now celebrating its 21st anniversary, the Wexner Center for the Arts opened in November 1989 to great fanfare and lively international discussion about its groundbreaking architecture. It put Ohio State on the international art and architecture map, and remains the only multidisciplinary contemporary arts center on a university campus. A cultural hub and resource for students, faculty and staff, the Wex in turn draws upon Ohio State's myriad resources, with artists engaging faculty and students in such fields as medicine, astronomy, agriculture, business and the arts for the research and development of their work.
The Wex includes 13,000 square feet of art galleries, a performance space, Mershon Auditorium, a film theater, a Store, and a café. Students enjoy free gallery admission, discounts on performing arts and film events, and other perks.
Contact: Karen Simonian at mailto:email@example.com.
Read more: http://wexarts.org
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Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellowship Program to train STEM teachers
A new fellowship program in Ohio will engage more teachers in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering, and math. Applications are available at http://www.wwteachingfellowship.org/ for the Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellowship program, which was created to train more STEM teachers and place them in some of Ohio's most-challenged public schools. Fellows receive a $30,000 stipend and complete an intensive, one-year school-based master's degree in education before working in one of Ohio's high-need secondary schools for three years. Read about Ohio State's program at http://oaa.osu.edu/woodrowwilson.html. For details about the Fellowship program, contact mailto:email@example.com or (609) 452-7007, ext.141.
Veterans Day holiday reminder; OSUToday production schedule
The university will recognize Veterans Day on Thursday (11/11). There will be no classes and university offices will be closed. OSUToday will not be published on Thursday (11/11), but will resume its daily publication schedule on Friday (11/12). OSUToday accepts submissions of news and events pertaining to the OSU community. To have an item considered for publication, send the details electronically to OSUToday@osu.edu by noon the prior business day. Earlier submission is encouraged due to space limitations.
Events this week
Starts today: Ohio Means Business looks at Ohio's oil & gas industry and outsourcing
The latest episode of Ohio Means Business, which explores two topics: Ohio's oil and gas industry and outsourcing, starts airing at 7:30 p.m. today (11/10) on ONN. The guests are John Gray, assistant professor of operations, Fisher College of Business; David Hill, owner, David R. Hill, Inc.; Rhonda Reda, executive director, Ohio Oil & Gas Energy Education Program; and Barry Lay, vice president of Operations, EnerVest. Additional airtimes for the program include: 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday and 12:30 a.m. Monday. Read more: http://www.onntv.com
Today: Pecha Kucha at the Wexner Center
Attend Columbus' 15th Pecha Kucha event at the Wexner Center for the Arts at 7:30 pm. today (11/10). The program features 10 presenters following the international Pecha Kucha format, discussing 20 slides for 20 seconds each. Hosted by GenWex, the Wexner Center's young patrons group, Pecha Kucha Columbus, and the OCIO's Digital Union, as part of the Year of eLearning. Read more >
Today: Blobel is DHLRI Discovery Series lecturer
The Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute's Discovery Lecture Series continues with Carl Blobel at noon today (11/10) in 170 DHLRI. Blobel will present "ADAMs: Key molecules in EGF-receptor signaling." All are welcome to attend. CME credit is available. Contact: Whitney Works at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Room change for Nov. 12 diversity lecture
The President and Provost's Diversity Lecture and Cultural Arts Series is hosting "Preparing a Stronger America: Perspectives on National Security, Aerospace Technology and Diversity in the Military‚" by retired Air Force General Lester Lyles at 11 a.m. Friday (11/12). The event location has been changed to the Ohio Staters, Inc. Traditions Room, second floor, Ohio Union. Most recently, Lyles was appointed by the White House to the President's Intelligence Advisory Board. Contact: mailto:email@example.com or 688-3638. Read more: http://www.osu.edu/diversity/lecture.php
Nov. 12: Casanova to discuss genetic predisposition to infectious diseases
Jean-Laurent Casanova, a physician-scientist who studies the genetics of human predisposition to pediatric infectious diseases at Rockefeller University, will address the OSU community at 1 p.m. Friday (11/12) in 107 Hamilton Hall. Casanova will discuss "Life-threatening infectious diseases of childhood: single-gene inborn errors of immunity?" The seminar visit is sponsored by IBGP as part of the Advanced Seminar in Integrated Biomedical Science course and the Center for Microbial Interface Biology. Contact: Daniel Wozniak, at mailto:Daniel.Wozniak@osumc.edu or 247-7629
Lyall to speak on civilian casualties in Afghanistan
Jason Lyall, assistant professor of political science at Yale University, will deliver "State Coercion and Civilian Victimization in Civil War: Evidence from Airstrikes in Afghanistan" at noon Wednesday (11/17) at the Mershon Center for International Security Studies. Lyall's research focuses on the dynamics of violence in conventional and guerrilla warfare, especially in Afghanistan and Chechnya. RSVP to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday (11/15). Read more >
Nov. 22: Glenn School's Initiatives in Eastern Europe
An overview of the Glenn School's Ukraine Parliamentary Development Project and other initiatives in the former Soviet Union and former Yugoslavia will be presented at 4 p.m. Monday (11/22) in the Leadership Education Center in Page Hall. Learn how our faculty, staff and students are playing a hands-on role in the fostering of democracy and legislative strengthening, and why the Black Sea and Balkans regions are critical to U.S. National Security. For more information on the PDP, visit: http://glenn.osu.edu/centers/ukraine/index.html. Reservations are required; register at http://glennschool.osu.edu.
Nov. 12: Learn the Basics of Drupal
Join the Digital Union for an introductory workshop on Drupal, an open-source content management system used by numerous web sites, on Friday (11/12) at 10 a.m. in 060 Science and Engineering Library. Learn basic information about what Drupal can do and its most commonly used features, pieces, and parts. The Drupal core, themes, and contributed modules will be covered. Registration and details at: https://registration.it.ohio-state.edu/node/227
Human subjects research QI help session Nov. 19
Investigators, graduate students and research staff are encouraged to attend a help session on the Quality Improvement component of OSU's human research protection program from 9-10 a.m. Friday (11/19) in 388 Arps Hall. Office of Responsible Research Practices staff will provide an overview of the QI program and visit process. Registration requested at http://osp.osu.edu/training/training/eventreg.cfm?key=1005. Contact: 292-0214 or mailto:email@example.com