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Career Corner | National Forests Seek Temporary Employees for Summer 2018

Career Corner | National Forests Seek Temporary Employees for Summer 2018

The National Forests of the Eastern Region are seeking qualified applicants to fill multiple temporary, full-time positions for the 2018 summer season.  To apply for any of these positions, visit www.USAJobs.gov. Vacancy announcements will be posted to USAJobs on December 1, 2017, and will remain open through December 7, 2017.  […]

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November 15, 2017 at 5:18 pmAnnouncements News

Spring 2018 | New Linguistics Courses: Studies in Forensics and World Englishes

Sinae Lee

The Linguistics Department announces two new courses offered in the Spring 2018 semester. LING 3880 (Course #12968) – Special Topics – Forensic Linguistics Description:  This course surveys the broad field of forensic linguistics. Topics include the language of police and suspects (e.g. the language of “consensual” searches, interrogations, confessions, advising […]

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November 15, 2017 at 4:48 pmIn Class News

Career Corner | Nestle Seeks Spring Interns in Microbiology and Chemistry

Nestlé Food Safety in Action: The Quality Assurance Center Microbiology Lab
Food safety tests being conducted in the General Microbiology Lab at the Nestlé Quality Assurance Center in Dublin, OH. The lab processes approximately 2200 tests per week on environment samples, raw ingredients and finished Nestlé products. Photo by Jay LaPrete/AP

Nestle Quality Assurance, based in Dublin, OH, is seeking spring interns in microbiology and chemistry. The start date for the internships is Jan. 15, with interns working about 20 hours a week for 12 weeks. Weekend shifts are available. Apply now at the internship links below. The posting also are […]

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November 15, 2017 at 3:55 pmNews

Advising Tip | Start Preparing for Finals: Start Early!

Tetyana Dovbnya

By Tetyana Dovbnya International Student Advising Specialist / Academic Advisor We still have four weeks before finals. Plenty of time, right? While some of you may still have quizzes, assignments, and labs before taking your final exam for a course, you can still begin planning your study schedule and materials […]

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November 13, 2017 at 9:25 pmNews

Spring 2018 | Tier III Sustainable Citizenship Class Offered for all Seniors

Spring 2018 | Tier III Sustainable Citizenship Class Offered for all Seniors

A Tier III class called Sustainability Citizenship (T3-4850) is offered in Spring 2018 to Ohio University seniors from any major who are interested in learning how to become more environmentally sustainable in their own lives and in their local communities. This three credit class is taught by Dr. Nancy Manring, […]

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November 13, 2017 at 10:52 amAnnouncements News

Spring 2018 | Political Science Announces New Course in Global Humanitarianism

Jonathan Agensky

The Political Science Department announces a new course called Critical Studies in Global Humanitarianism for Spring 2018. POLS 4640/5640: Critical Studies in Global Humanitarianism Description: This course draws upon a variety of interdisciplinary materials that examine humanitarianism as an expression of global civil society, a mechanism of global governance, and […]

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November 6, 2017 at 12:12 pmAnnouncements News

Apply Now to Help Lead Bobcat Student Orientation

Apply Now to Help Lead Bobcat Student Orientation

Ohio University’s undergraduate orientation program is hiring talented, dedicated, and enthusiastic undergraduate students from all undergraduate colleges to work with Bobcat Student Orientation. Orientation leaders welcome approximately 4,200 new students and their families to Ohio University each year. The primary focus of the orientation program is to make students and […]

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November 6, 2017 at 11:54 amNews