Announcements

Infectious disease epidemiologist to discuss how viruses are being used to fight super bugs in free lecture series.

The inaugural lecture by Dr. Arthur Chen will take place on May 10 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Yokoso Center, 1175 Old Henderson Road.

The Graduate School has revised the number of credit hours required specifically for students to be eligible for the Summer Term fee authorization benefit for students who served as a graduate associate for both autumn and spring semesters but are not appointed during the summer.

Professor Daniel Dawes will be the featured speaker at "Changing the Conversation: Dean’s Public Health Thought Leader Series" event on October 22.

The Graduate School is providing two professional portrait session events for all graduate and professional students.

It’s that time of year again to nominate faculty and staff for the Employee of the Year and Excellence in Teaching awards. Please use the link below to submit your nomination by April 22 at 5 p.m.

Group to recommend strategies to spur innovation to address unmet needs, reduce health disparities

The Behavioral Trials Office at Nationwide Children's Hospital is looking for a clinical research coordinator II to support our mission of providing efficient coordination of diverse behaviorally-focused clinical research, including behavioral intervention trials and observational research. 

Curta is seeking a full-time real-world evidence analyst to assist in projects using health data (claims, electronic health records, registries, etc.) for clients in the biopharma sector.

There are gently used books in the Cunz Hall first floor lobby looking for a new home. Feel free to take any that interest you. The selections will be updated on Fridays and will be available until Monday, May 6.