Announcements

Seeking Graduate Research Summer Associate in History of Global Health

Now hiring a summer Graduate Research Summer Associate for 10-25 hours per week at $29.95 per hour for June through August 2022.

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Become a Buckeye Wellness Innovator

Share your love for wellness and inspire your colleagues! Ohio State’s Buckeye Wellness Innovators program seeks faculty and staff for its June 2022 cohort. 

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Travel Policy : Mileage

Instructions for travel starting address for remote/hybrid work.

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Research Study: Volunteers with a Healthy Back and Neck Needed

The Ohio State Spine Research Institute is in need of volunteers with a healthy low back and neck for a research study. 

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Graduate Research Biostatistician Position

We have a great new opportunity for a Graduate Research Biostatistician to work under Dr. Ruqaiijah Yearby, who will be joining the College of Public Health starting June 1.

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Pfizer Breakthrough Fellowship Program

Pfizer has launched a Breakthrough Fellowship Program – a nine-year commitment to increase minority representation at Pfizer, designed to enhance our pipeline of diverse leaders.

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Scholarships for Public Health Students

Learn more about Sisters in Public Health (SIPH) a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a vision to connect all women in public health. Our mission is to create a safe space to empower, educate, and evolve the next generation of women in public health. We do this by hosting professional development events, quarterly socials, and offering $1,000 scholarships.

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Epidemiology professor named Distinguished Early Career Scholar

Parvati Singh receives Provost’s Professorship, joins prominent cohort

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CPH volunteer/community service opportunities: Join your fellow staff, faculty, alumni and students to serve

As stated in our CPH mission, vision and values, "we value dedicated service and leadership and seek partnerships that provide opportunities to stand in solidarity with communities, helping them to flourish".  Please join your colleagues in one or more of these opportunities to support our community engagement goals.

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Call for Proposals: Recovery Month at Ohio State

The Student Life Student Wellness Center is hosting National Recovery Month events September 1 – 30. This campus-wide collaboration is designed to celebrate the accomplishments of those in and seeking recovery, educate communities and individuals on how to be recovery allies and the impact of recovery and empower all to be mindful of their alcohol and substance use. 

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Congratulations to Angela Hetrick Estadt on her NIH award

Epidemiology PhD student Angela Hetrick Estadt received the following NIH award: "NIDA F31: The effect of opioids, stimulants, and the simultaneous use of both on the hepatitis C virus (HCV) cascade of care in rural communities in the United States."

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Association for Environmental Health and Sciences Foundation scholarship opportunities

AEHS Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce the 9th Annual Dr. Charlena M. Seymour Scholarship and the 6th Annual Dr. David F. Ludwig Memorial Student Travel Scholarship.

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Undergraduate Students: survey request

Complete a short survey about your attitudes and perceptions of students with intellectual disability at Ohio State. For participating in the survey, the first 60 respondents will receive a $5 gift card.

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Mentorship program for STEM students with disabilities

Ohio State STEM students with disabilities can apply for a new mentorship program beginning autumn 2022.

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2022 Summer Program Volunteer Opportunities

The Center for Public Health Practice is excited to be hosting the first in-person Summer Program in Population Health in two years and we are looking for volunteers to assist with the in-person program from checking folks in during registration to directing folks to their courses and more. 

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Peers REACHing Out (PROs) cohort application is live

The OSU Suicide Prevention Program is accepting applications for the 2022-2023 Peers REACHing Out (PROs) cohort.

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ASPPH Job Opportunity: Data Analyst I

The Data Analyst I works closely with the Director of Data Analytics on data collection and analysis; production of reports and dashboards, visualizations, and publications; and managing and fulfilling data requests.

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Student Assistant position (R43837)

The Institute for Population Research is seeking a student assistant to perform a wide range of duties to support faculty and staff, primarily helping IPR staff with website maintenance (using Drupal 8), data collection, and providing on-site assistance for the weekly IPR Seminar Series. 

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Drop-in advising hours for undergraduates

Heather Kerr, Amy Soter and Kynthia Droesch are providing academic advising for College of Public Health undergraduate students. 

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Sharing public health with future buckeyes

We invite current BSPH majors to join our new Public Health Recruitment Initiative Committee (PHRIC). You will visit your high school alma mater after spring semester completes and share your experiences as well as studies in public health. 

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Graduate/Professional Student Assistant Position

The Student Life Student Wellness Center is hiring a part time (15 hours/week), paid position for any graduate student looking to gain experience in program development and facilitation, marketing, engagement, and content development around well-being for our social media, blog, website, the Wellness App, and more. 

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IPR Seeking GRA for 2022-2023 Academic Year

The Institute for Population Research is seeking a Graduate Research Associate for the 2022-2023 academic year. The role is available for one semester (either fall or spring) and is a 50% FTE appointment.

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Campus poster printing

There are several campus locations to print research posters, including Thompson Library and the Health Sciences Library. 

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Advocate For Public Health Evidence: Speak out on HB 327, which would restrict public health education

House Bill 327 will impact the delivery of public health education and the effective delivery of public health services by restricting education, training and discussion about racism, sexism, gender and identity in Ohio K-12 schools, colleges/universities, and state agencies. The Ohio House of Representatives is expected to schedule a related hearing on March 9. Use your voice with Ohio legislators today!

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Interested in Infectious Disease Epidemiology?

PhD position in Veterinary Preventive Medicine, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

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Duke University School of Medicine Virtual Summer Institute

The institute, led by the Department of Population Health, will take place from June 13-24. Students will be able to choose from 10 workshops, which will be taught by faculty who teach graduate students.

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Advocate For Public Health Evidence: Equity in Reproductive Health

The right to reproductive health (including access to life-saving screenings such as for cancer and STIs) is an equity issue that impacts all women, LGBTQ+ persons and low-income persons. As public health educators, students, practitioners and advocates, it is essential we support the right of all to receive comprehensive reproductive health care.

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Part-time research assistant position

The Institute for Population Research is hiring several Ohio State students to assist with qualitative data analysis for a Gates Foundation-funded project focused on fertility desires and contraception use in sub-Saharan Africa. 

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Paid internship opportunity in farmworker health

The intern will work with a project supervisor to recruit and conduct surveys with Mexican agricultural guestworkers in Ohio. This is an excellent practicum opportunity for MPH students.

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PUBHLTH 3194 and MUSIC 3194: Figaro Meets Florence Nightingale: the Marriage of Opera and Public Health

This course is designed to introduce students to important public health problems that have a long history of causing morbidity and mortality in populations around the world. 

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Update your professional profile on the CPH website

Students, colleagues and community members who consider contacting us will likely come across faculty and staff bio pages in the college directory. Please take a few minutes to visit the CPH portal, under "Create bio page request" to set up or refresh your profile.

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Scholarship and Fellowship Impact Report 2021 - 2022

The College of Public Health published its Scholarship and Fellowship Impact Report 2021 - 2022.

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Advocate for Public Health Evidence: Vaccine Legislation Opportunity

House Bill 248 would block public agencies, schools, child care providers and others from requiring or asking that someone get vaccinated against COVID-19 or any other infectious diseases. The legislature is currently considering the bill, and now is the time to provide public health perspective.

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