Buckeye Buzz: July 13 - 19, 2020
Student Organization Summer Series
Columbus campus Student Activities is offering some fantastic learning opportunities for this summer! Registration is free and open to all OSU student organization leaders and advisors!!
Student Org Essentials: Summer Program Series 2020
Student Activities is offering a new opportunity to strengthen your organization and leadership by engaging in a series of conversations around key topics that student organizations are facing in our virtual environment. Learn how to adapt and enhance your operations to think differently about physical space and how you can pivot to continue to do the work of your organization well.
The series will take place via Zoom biweekly on Thursdays from 12-1 p.m. ET. Any and all org members are invited to attend. You can register for as many sessions as you'd like. Register now!
July 23 – Come Closer! But Not That Close: Recruitment in a Digital World, with Kate Butler, Associate Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Don't wait until it's too late!
Reminder that the Learning Lab is open and here to help !!!! Two places, Halterman and Applewood Village, available for tutoring ! Check our website for times.
Cafe Carmen Updates
Grubhub will be used this semester for Dining Services!
Grubhub will only be used for pick-up. You must enter your phone number upon being asked so you can receive order notifications when complete. Grubhub will only ask this once upon your first time ordering.
Hours for August 19th - August 20th: 7:30 am - 2:00 pm with a limited menu
Normal hours will resume on August 21st: 7:30 am-3:30 pm Monday-Friday with a full menu.
Everyone will need to download the Grubhub app to order food for pickup. To set-up your Grubhub app, see image below.
Grub Hub Info
Student Emergency Funds
If you are experiencing a crisis related to COVID-19, such as difficulty paying rent, purchasing food, or paying bills, please apply for assistance through the student Financial Aid CARES fund by clicking the link and filling out the Emergency Request Form located under the title “How to apply for a Together as Buckeyes Emergency Grant”. You will need to log in with your name.# and password.
ATI Student Emergency Aid Fund
If you, or a student you know, are experiencing an unplanned financial emergency NOT related to COVID-19, the ATI Student Emergency Aid Fund may be an option. To view eligibility and apply for assistance please visit the Emergency Fund web page at https://ati.osu.edu/emergency-fund
President's Prize Round 1 Application Deadline
President’s Prize Round One Application due Friday, July 17
If you could change one thing in this world, what would it be? Ohio State students have powerful ideas for making our world a better place and the ambition to transform ideas into action. The President’s Prize provides two graduating seniors the crucial connections and financial support they need to advance innovative ideas for change in their first year after graduation. Eligible applicants must be graduating in Autumn 2020, or Spring or Summer 2021.
Each recipient will receive:
- $50,000 living stipend and up to $50,000 in startup funding to implement your project
- Access to an exclusive network of agents for change
- Mentorship of accomplished experts
- The opportunity to share innovative ideas with Ohio State’s global community
of alumni, friends and partners
Become an OWL!!!
The Office of Student Life – Residence Life at Ohio State ATI is now searching for fun and friendly faces to join our next parliament of OWLs, or Ohio State Welcome Leaders.
OWLs are an essential part of the move-in process at Ohio State's residential campuses. 25 OWLs (primarily first-year students) are needed to return to campus early and help welcome their peers. Additionally, 4 returning students will be selected for street coordinator roles.
WHY BECOME AN OWL?
• Meet new friends
• Move in before the rush
• Develop a stronger connection to campus
• Expand your leadership skills
OWLs will arrive to campus early (dates to be announced). During training, you’ll learn more about your duties and relevant responsibilities. As an OWL, you’ll build a sense of community, familiarize yourself with campus before your peers arrive, and have fun while doing it. In the past, OWLs have greeted families and helped remove personal belongings from vehicles. While muscle is encouraged, it’s definitely not required. NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the feasibility of the 2020 OWL Program, as well as specific roles have yet to be determined.
The OWL application is available for a limited time to any incoming or current Ohio State ATI student who will live on campus in Applewood Village for Autumn 2020 semester (with the exception of Resident Advisors, Housing Office Assistants, or Peer Leaders with prior commitments).
APPLY ONLINE HERE before Wednesday, July 15 at 5:00 pm. You will be notified of your participation by the end of July or early August. For questions, please contact OWL Program Coordinators, Mick Steiner or Caitlin Blake at email@example.com or the ATI Housing Office at (330) 287-7504.
And as the OWLs say, HOOTIE HOOT!
Mick Steiner, Housing Coordinator
Caitlin Blake, Apartments Manager
Looking for a part-time job to earn some extra cash! Check this out and see who's now hiring!!
Cafe Carmen is Hiring for Autumn Semester!
Starting rate is $9.50 an hour with a free meal each shift. Please apply online at https://dining.osu.edu/student-employment/ and upload your class schedule. Keep an eye out because we will be using Grub Hub for next semester!
OSU ATI Dairy is Hiring!
OSU ATI Dairy is hiring! Contact Brandon Lawwill at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Horticulture and Crop Science Greenhouses Open Position!
Greenhouse Research Assistant - OARDC
Maintaining equipment and greenhouses in the Horticulture and Crop Science Department on the OARDC campus: 1. Plant, water, fertilizes, and maintains greenhouse plants per specifications for each research project 2. Prepares soil mixes; mixes and applies fertilizers 3. Install and maintains irrigation systems; participates in designing modification and/or adaptations to irrigation system to meet specific needs. 4. Help take down and hang new lights 5. Cleans and maintains greenhouse and growth chamber facilities(sweeping and hosing greenhouse rooms and hallways, washing pots, dumping trash) 6. Integrated pest management (IPM) in existing crop-protection techniques and strategies to control pests and disease. - The ability to work as part of a group or independently - The ability to perform basic computing tasks involving word processors and spreadsheets - Must be reliable, responsible and hard working.
Contact Karli Shultz - email@example.com Number of hours per week desired: 10-20
Department: Hort & Crop Science (OARDC)
Pay Range: $8.70 - $9.50
Open Until: 2020-10-31