Creating the Extraordinary Student Experience

Promising Places to Work

One of the 15+ Most Promising Places to Work

Ohio State's Office of Student Life has been named one of the 15+ Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs by the Center for Higher Education Enterprise (CHEE) in partnership with Diverse: Issues in Higher Education and the American College Personnel Association (ACPA).

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Creating The Extraordinary Student Experience

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Creating The Extraordinary Student Experience

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Slice of Student Life

News and information for the Student Life family of The Ohio State University, distributed every other Friday. Submit material by noon Tuesday to Dave Isaacs (.84)

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Assessment Course

Have you ever “had a hunch” about the behavior of your students but didn’t quite know how to tell the story? Do you want to increase your ability to make data-informed decisions across various aspects of your job? Are you interested in developing transferrable skills related to assessment and evaluation?

Center for the Study of Student Life Executive Director Dr. Rob Aaron is teaching an Assessment in Higher Education (HESA 7576) course on Wednesday mornings this summer (May 13-July 29) from 9 a.m. to noon. The course is designed for current grad students and full-time higher education professionals. Contact Rob (aaron.9@osu.edu, 614-247-6220) for more information.

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Honors

  • Student Life’s Dr. Patty Cunningham will receive the Staff Award for Excellence in Community Service Engagement at next month’s Outreach and Engagement Recognition Awards ceremony. The award recognizes those who have rendered exceptional outreach and/or engagement through their personal and professional commitment to service.
  • The Student Life Multicultural Center’s Annabelle Estera has won the 2015 Ruth C. Bailey Award from the Office of Diversity and Inclusion for her innovative collaboration and commitment to the Asian/Asian American community. The award recognizes Buckeyes who demonstrate a significant contribution toward multicultural interaction and understanding.
  • ODI also selected MCC student associate Michael Grundich for a Student Research grant for his senior thesis project, the Oasis Water Contamination Solution in Cameroon, Africa.
Pelotonia

Pelotonia

The first Student Life Peloton fundraiser of the year is a one hour Hot Yoga class on April 24, 2015, at 7 p.m. at Harbor Yoga Studio (4325 West Dublin Granville Road). The minimum donation is $15. All levels are welcome, but space is limited.

More information is online, or donate directly to Team Buckeye Student Life Peloton online.

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