Graduate Student News & Events

Upcoming Events

  • Tue
    8
    Jan
    8:00 am to 10:30 am
    Cunz Hall, 2nd-floor lobby
    Jump into the new year with your fellow CPH students, faculty and staff! Enjoy a light breakfast and coffee, learn about CPH student and sponsoring organizations, and mix and mingle. Stop by anytime between 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
  • Wed
    23
    Jan
    1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
    TBD
    OSU BuckIDream Working Group:The same topics will be covered at both trainings. We do encourage people to sign up soon, as we expect both trainings will fill up quickly.
  • Tue
    5
    Feb
    8:00 am to 12:00 pm
    Biomedical Research Tower, room 115
    The Center for Clinical & Translational Science presents Tools of the Trade: Understanding the Review Process, Grants and Manuscripts.
  • Tue
    26
    Mar
    1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
    TBD
    OSU BuckIDream Working Group:The same topics will be covered at both trainings. We do encourage people to sign up soon, as we expect both trainings will fill up quickly.

Announcements

Each year, the College of Public Health honors one faculty member with the Excellence in Teaching Award for their exemplary performance in the teaching mission of the college.
The Public Health Student Leadership Council is banding together College of Public Health students, faculty and staff to help children and adults in southern Ohio affected by the opioid crisis.
We missed a lot in high school. That is the Student Advocates for Sexual Health Awareness is bringing Sex Week to Ohio State, February 11-17. This is a judgment-free, inclusive and relatable space for our community to explore the sides of sexual health that we never learned.
Although the College of Public Health deadline for graduate students to apply for graduation has passed, we will still accept applications for graduation for Spring 2019.
Employees who are enrolled by Jan. 8 will receive their W-2 electronically.
Do you have any questions regarding taxation, direct deposit or W-2 information for 2018 or 2019?
This spring 2019 course from the Division of Environmental Health Sciences analyzes the current controversial issues about climate change, including global warming.
This spring 2019 course from the Division of Environmental Health Sciences examines the current major human diseases with global public health impact.
This spring 2019 course from the Division of Environmental Health Sciences identifies several methods currently being used to perform quantitative analysis of public health data and strengths and weaknesses of specific analytical methods in the context of a given data set and scientific hypothesis.
This spring 2019 course from the Division of Environmental Health Sciences integrates the principles governing how chemicals in the environment are transformed by physiological processes and the toxic manifestations therein, to inform requisite environmental public health policy.
This spring 2019 course from the Division of Environmental Health Sciences looks at the general concepts of epigenetics.
This spring 2019 course from the Division of Environmental Health Sciences is an interdisciplinary approach that integrates knowledge from toxicology, epidemiology, exposure science and statistics for the assessment of risk due to exposure to environmental agents.
Undergraduate and graduate students who are enrolled in an accredited university with a dedicated and recognized curriculum in environmental health sciences are eligible to apply.
In the 2019–20 academic year, Ohio State will select 150 students from across the university to participate in the Sesquicentennial Student Scholar Leadership Program.
Every year, the College of Public Health administers surveys to first year MPH, MS and PhD graduate students, and to all BSPH students.
The director of the Office of Academic Programs and Student Services (OAPSS) is available for drop-in hours for current graduate students every week.
Naloxone, the antidote that reverses opioid overdoses, is available at the Wilce Student Health Center Pharmacy.