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Leadership Development

Looking for new ideas about how to help your students become stronger leaders?  Leadership Lab is a free professional development series open to all Student Life staff. Upcoming sessions include discussions with prominent employers who recruit Ohio State students to learn more about the strengths they see in our graduates, and how students can gain more leadership skills through involvement with Student Life.

The first Leadership Lab is scheduled for Thursday, May 25. An optional “Leadership 101” presentation will be offered from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. as an introduction to leadership theory. The main training will be 1-4 p.m. in the Ohio Union. You can sign up online.   

 

Generation Rx University

Grant Awarded

Zeta Tau Alpha, Generation Rx and the Higher Education Center are partnering to provide mini-grants to campuses nationwide to provide education on prescription drug misuse. The five-year, $50,000 grant supports the dissemination and use of “Generation Rx University” educational resources through campus student wellness offices or other campus groups. It also supports specific programming to prevent stimulant and opioid misuse. This is facilitated by the Higher Education Center, a partnership between Student Life, the College of Social Work and the College of Pharmacy. More information is online.

Special Olympics

Special Olympics

The Special Olympics Ohio Summer Games will be held here on Ohio State's campus the weekend of June 23 – 25.  Meals for athletes and coaches will be served in the RPAC Tom W. Davis Special Events Gymnasium. Student Life Rec Sports is looking for volunteers to help with this effort. Please e-mail Andrea Hall at hall.794@osu.edu. More specific information will follow.  

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