Graduate Course: Qualitative Methods in Health Research (PUBHHMP 7686)
This introduction and hands-on practicum in qualitative research is appropriate for students interested in research careers or public health practice jobs that may include some research work.Learn more
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Cancer Prevention and Control (CAPAC) Research Training Program
What can CAPAC offer you?
- Cancer prevention and control hands-on research experience with a focus on Hispanic health and health disparities.
- 10-week full-time summer internship in Puerto Rico hosted by the University of Puerto Rico Comprehensive Cancer Center.
- Participants matched to a mentor based on their research interest in basic, clinical, and population based research.
- Engage in a research project and complementary educational and professional skill building activities.
PUBHEHS 7375: Quantitative Microbial Risk Analysis Modeling
Want to learn how to: take sampling data and determine broader impacts from them? Optimize environmental treatment processes based on health impacts? Design experiments for a targeted health impact assessment?
QMRA modeling can show you how!Learn more
Safe at Home Survey for Nationwide Children's Hospital
Dr. Lara McKenzie’s team at the Abigail Wexner Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is launching a study to learn about home safety before and during COVID-19.Learn more
Chisolm named Nationwide Foundation Endowed Chair of Health Equity Research
Professor Deena Chisolm appointed new role to center on community health and economic improvement in Columbus’ Linden neighborhoodLearn more
PUBHLTH 7015: Public Health Data Analytics II
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted many challenges for delivering impactful data-driven results for decision-making. In this course, you will learn how to overcome these challenges by learning foundational skills to ask the right questions, gain applied instruction in a wide range of data analytics methods in public health, learn to make policy-relevant inferences, and gain experience in presenting and communicating complex analysis to diverse stakeholders in public health and related domains.Learn more
Outreach and Engagement Awards
Consider Nominations for Outreach and Engagement Awards. Ohio State O&E is seeking nominations of programs, scholars and community partners for the 2021 University Outreach and Engagement Awards, to honor faculty, staff, students.Learn more
Ohio Domestic Violence Network position available
ODVN is seeking an Empowerment Specialist. The member will primarily be responsible for aiding the Relocation & Safety Assistance Coordinator in providing housing assistance for survivors of domestic violence.Learn more
Kellogg Community Engagement Scholarship Award
The Office of Outreach and Engagement is seeking applications from community engagement programs for the internal process to select Ohio State’s nominee for the 2021 W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Engagement Scholarship Award.Learn more
The Annual Public Health Student Leadership Council Coat Drive Fundraiser
Join the Public Health Student Leadership Council and the Ohio Opioid Project in donating coats to children in six Ohio counties that have been directly impacted by the opioid crisis.Learn more
Summer 2021 paid internship program available to BSPH students
Health Career Connection (HCC) is a national nonprofit that inspires and empowers undergraduate students, recent graduates and HCC alumni, particularly those from under-represented or disadvantaged backgrounds, to choose and successfully pursue authentic health care and public health careers.Learn more
Albert Schweitzer Fellows Program information sessions
The Schweitzer Fellows Program supports graduate and professional students in creating and carrying out service projects to address unmet community needs.Learn more
Need to talk? Call a PAL
Feeling pressure to succeed? Looking for help to manage stress? Call a Buckeye PAL! The Peer Access Line (PAL) is a non-emergency talk line for students to engage in brief phone conversations to gain support and learn about campus resources.Learn more
Graduate programs no longer requiring GRE
The College of Public Health's MPH and MHA programs have removed the GRE as an admissions requirement. Applicants may still submit their scores to show their quantitative competitiveness. MS and PhD applicants must still submit GRE scores.Learn more
Faculty, graduate students invited to OSU Write-on-Site
As we all adapt to a fall semester full of remote work, mask wearing and physical distancing, OSU Write-on-Site is excited to offer ongoing options for progress on your writing projects.Learn more
Personal health assessment and biometric health screening
For the remainder of 2020, benefits-eligible faculty, staff and their enrolled spouses only need to complete the Personal Health and Well-being Assessment in order to earn full 2021 medical plan premium credit.Learn more
Ohio State's faculty and staff health plan, flexible spending accounts
Beginning July 1, 2020, certain prospective benefit changes can be made during calendar year 2020 without a qualifying event.Learn more