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Fall 2010 Week 3

UHC Events

1.  SAVE THE DATE: Shape your future -- Women in Business, Science and Technology Conference  

Announcements

2.   HAAC Volunteer Opportunity

3.   Invite your Professor to Lunch or Dinner

4.   UHC Research Study Room - Valley Library

5.  The UHC Photo Gallery

Opportunities

6.   Internship opportunities with U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley

7.   Engineering Awareness Week

8.  International Degree and Education Abroad Upcoming Information Sessions

9.  REMINDER: OSU Career Fair

10.  Inspiring Speakers of the Spring Creek Project

 

UHC Events

1. SAVE THE DATE: Shape your future -- Women in Business, Science and Technology Conference

The annual University Honors College Women in Business, Science and Technology Conference is coming up on Friday, October 29th beginning at 12pm in the LaSells Stewart Center. This year’s Keynote Speaker, Edith Dorsen, is a business development and marketing strategist who graduated from both Harvard Business School and Harvard University Kennedy School of Government. While presently the Managing Director of The Women’s Venture Capital Fund, she was the first woman ever hired as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, a well-known consulting firm that advises leading companies on issues of technology, strategy, organization and operations. The breakout sessions will focus on issues affecting women in science, technology and business such as: “How to Change the World using Science, Technology and a bit of Women’s Intuition.” Light refreshments and appetizers will be served. Registration begins on the 18th and is limited to 100 students. Watch here for more information.  If you have any questions, please contact Alexa Carey at alexa.carey@bus.oregonstate.edu.

 

Announcements

2. HAAC Volunteer Opportunity

Love the environment? Come help out at 3PM on Saturday, November 20th at the USC vs. OSU football game! We will be partnering with Athletics and Campus Recycling to “Adopt a Game” and help our Beaver fans make sure their plastic water bottles and other recyclables make it into the recycle bin—NOT the trash!

We need at least 20 volunteers to make this happen, so sign yourself up and bring a friend or two along. Commitment for the game includes two hours before kick-off as well as half-time—the rest of the day is yours. To get your name on the list or if you have any questions, e-mail Ardith.feroglia@oregonstate.edu.

Please note: This game is an anticipated sell-out, so you will need to pick up your student ticket if you plan to watch the game. (If not, you’ll still be able to help out at the gates before the game and during half-time.)

 

3.  Invite your Professor to Lunch or Dinner

Have you ever wanted to invite your professor out to lunch or dinner? Well now you can and the UHC will pay for your professor. All you need to do is invite your professor to lunch or dinner at a UHDS run location on campus, come in to the UHC office (STAG 229) and collect the UHDS meal card and form with the pay instruction. Once your meal is over, return the card and form to the UHC office. This is good once per term per instructor. So get a group together and take your professor out on us!

 

4.  UHC Research Study Room - Valley Library

The UHC has a private research/study room in the Valley Library just for UHC students.  If you are interested in using the room all you need to do is reserve a block of time and check out the key from the friendly SLUG staffers in SLUG I. This room is available in four hour blocks from 8-8 Monday through Thursday, from 8-4 on Friday, and from 1-9 on Sunday and can be checked out overnight Monday-Thursday and Sunday night (access is dependent on library hours). Call the SLUG at 737-6455 or visit them for more information or to reserve the room; blocks or overnight checkout can be reserved in advance, or, as long as it is available, the room can be checked on the spot in the SLUG. We strongly encourage you to take advantage of this resource, which is perfect for getting some quiet, concentrated time to yourself. Let's make the most of it!

 

5. The UHC Photo Gallery

Don’t forget to check out the UHC Photo Gallery on the UHC web site http://oregonstate.edu/dept/honors/uhc_photo_gallery .  A new gallery is added for each UHC event.  Also if you have any photos that you would like to share with us you can e-mail them  to gildha.cumming@oregonstate.edu and we can add them to the gallery.  You can also add printed photos to the bulletin board in SLUG 1.

 

Opportunities

 

6. Internship opportunities with U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley

Senator Merkley’s office is recruiting interns for the Spring and Summer of 2011.  Christina Gregg, Washington, DC-based Legislative Aide to Senator Jeff Merkley will be on campus:  Monday, October 11 from 1:00-2:00 PM in the ASOSU offices - 149 Snell Hall. Pizza will be provided.

 

7. Engineering Awareness Week

Unsure about which major to pursue in engineering? Want a better understanding of your chosen field? Confused by all of the degree options out there?

Come join Engineering Awareness Week

  • Learn more about the degrees offered in the College of Engineering
  • Learn about exciting research being done here on campus
  • Hear from students and faculty in each discipline
  • See for yourself if a major is the right fit for you

Complete details and a schedule is available at: http://engr.oregonstate.edu/news/story/2892

 

8.  International Degree and Education Abroad Upcoming Information Sessions

The office of the International Degree and Education Abroad continue with a variety of information sessions this week.  Here is just a short list of what you will find:

IE3 Medical Internships Mon Oct 11, 4-5pm, Snell 448

JET Program, paid English teaching positions in Japan, Tues Oct 12, 11:30-1, Snell 448

Mexico, Ecuador and Santander, Spain (OUS Programs) Tues Oct 12, 4-5pm, Snell 448

International Degree Wed Oct 13, 4-5pm, Snell 448

UK programs, Wed, Oct 13, 4-5pm, Kidder 128

Peace Corps, Wed Oct 13, 5:30-6:30, MU 109

Study Abroad in Agricultural Sciences Thurs Oct 14, 3-4pm, StAg 134

Study Abroad in Asia Thurs Oct 14, 4-5pm, Snell 448

Spanish-speaking study abroad programs Fri Oct 15, 3-4pm, Snell 448

A full list of our fall information sessions is available at: http://oregonstate.edu/international/regioncountry-information-sessions.  Also IDEA will offer First Steps meetings for those who’d like to get started with the Education Abroad process, whether you know where you’d like to go or not.  These are held Monday-Friday at noon and 4pm on the 4th floor of Snell Hall.  No appointment necessary!

 

9. REMINDER: OSU Career Fair

The Fall Career Fairs is October 12th and 13th.   

 

Tuesday, October 12th:  ALL MAJORS

11:00-4:00

CH2M Hill Alumni Center

 

Wednesday, October 13th:  ENGINEERING FAIR

11:00-4:00

CH2M Hill Alumni Center

 

For more information about who’s coming, and how students can prepare for the Career Fair, please visit the following link:  http://oregonstate.edu/career/students/our-services/career-fairs-and-events  In addition, please attend some of our professional development workshops on Monday before the career fairs, and also the week following the career fairs.  These are useful whether you plan to attend the career fair or not.  All workshops take place at Career Services, in the basement of Kerr Administration Building, and do not require prior registration.

 

Monday, October 11th
11-12    Job and Internship Search (pizza provided following the presentation)

12-1      How to be Successful at the Career Fair  (pizza provided)

2-3        Resume Writing (cookies provided)

Monday, October 18th

12-1       Interviewing Skills (pizza provided)

Tuesday, October 19th

12-1       Internship and Job Search (pizza provided)

 

10. Inspiring Speakers of the Spring Creek Project

The Spring Creek Project is offering an abundance of inspiring speakers and events this month:
October 18, Monday,  4 pm, MU Journey-----Kathleen Dean Moore:  Moral Ground: Ethical Actions for a Planet in Peril
October 22, Friday, 7 pm,  Corvallis High School------The Magic Barrel: A Reading to Fight Hunger featuring authors Virginia Browne, Tracy Daugherty, Charles Goodrich,  
Linda Hamner, Wayne Harrison, Jennifer Richter, Scott Nadelson, Bill Robbins, Beth Russell. Bob Crum, emcee. Music by Sideways Portal.
October 23, Saturday, 1-8 pm, Shotpouch Cabin----- Fall Work Party (trail maintenance and bonfire) at Shotpouch Creek
October 27, Wednesday, 7 pm, Corvallis Art Center-----John Felstiner: Can Poetry Save the Earth?