Buckeye Buzz: September 7 - 13, 2020

  1. Intramurals Registration Deadlines Approaching!


    Although COVID has impacted team sports, the Student Activities Center has a variety of in-person and virtual intramural sports programs for the fall!! Here's the current line-up....

    eSports and Console Gaming: DEADLINE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11TH!!!


    Madden NFL 20 for PS4 and XBOX

    NBA 2k20 for PS4 and XBOX

    Sport Leagues:

    Singles Ping Pong  (Monday nights) DEADLINE FRIDAY SEPT. 11TH!

    Singles Tennis (Thursday nights) DEADLINE TUESDAY SEPT. 8TH!

    One-Day Events:

    Putting Contest (September 24th)

    H.O.R.S.E. Competition (Coming soon!)


    NFL Pick 'Em competition (NFL Week 1 - September 13th)


    Registration deadline for most events is September 11th. To register visit IMLeagues.com/OSUATI


    For detailed instructions on how to set-up your IMLeagues account visit woostercampuslife.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/recreational-sports/intramural-sports or contact holava.1@osu.edu.

  2. Outdoor Yoga

    OUtdoor yoga

    Class starts Thursday September 10th!

    Join Dee Black from Flex Yoga for Outdoor Yoga every Thursday at 5:30 pm.

    Registration required and each class is limited to 9 sign-ups.

    FREE for ATI Students, $5.00 for Grad Students/Faculty/Staff

    Class will be held outside of the SAC.

    Masks required will participating.

    To Register - https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040F4AA4A728AAFB6-outdoor


  3. Student Org Spotlight

    Student Org Spotlight

    Recreation Advisory Committee (RAC)

    Mission: The Recreation Advisory Committee (RAC) encourages students to get involved in enhancing the recreational, fitness and intramural opportunities at Ohio State ATI.  In addition, RAC provides opportunities for students to become engaged, active leaders in promoting well-being, inclusive competition, fitness and recreation.

    Open to: All ATI students!

    Meetings: Biweekly (every other week)

    Advisor: Jodie Holava, Student Programming Coordinator, holava.1@osu.edu

    Benefits of Being a RAC Member:

    • Meet new people and make new friends that have similar interests!
    • Share your ideas for new intramural sports, games or activities!
    • Have a say in what sports, fitness classes and activities students will enjoy each semester!
    • Be creative and innovative with outdoor recreational activities!
    • Be a part of planning, promoting, and hosting leagues and tournaments!
    • Give Back to Campus…Make a direct, positive impact on student well-being and life at Ohio State ATI
    • Build your leadership skills to complement your academic experiences!

    Informational Session on Tuesday September 8th at 6:00 pm.  



  4. Student Organization Leadership Council Reps Due

    Student Organization Leadership Council (SOLC)

    Student Organization Leadership Countil Reps are due on Friday September 11. Please email your organization's rep to Jodie Holava at holava.1@osu.edu. Any questions or deadline extensions can also be sent to holava.1@osu.edu.

    What is the Student Organization Leadership Council?

    Each regsitered student organization must have a representative serve on the Student Organization Leadership Council (SOLC). This individual can also serve as a member of the organization's executive board or can be appointed to a non-executive member. The SOLC will meet once a month during the academic year. 

    The following are objectives of the SOLC:
    1. To provide an outlet for student opinions on matters of student interest and conveying those opinions to the faculty, staff, and administration
    2. To build leadership among student organizations as well as the campus community
    3. To provide an opportunity to share and promote events of all student organizations to building support and collaboration

  5. Pre-Vet Club Upcoming Meetings

    Pre-Vet Club

    The ATI Pre Vet Club is here to help provide information and resources for you to have the best possible vet school application. We hope to help students obtain the hands-on experience needed and expose them to the world of Veterinary Medicine. We all plan on sharing our experiences so we can learn from each other to help each one of us succeed. Email singleton.163 or combs.353 to be added to our email list. We offer officer opportunities, vet school application workshops, fundraising, group activities, volunteer activities, and so much more! If you are AT ALL interested in the Veterinary profession, animals, or just a great time, then the ATI Pre-Vet Club is for you! 

    Be sure to follow us on social media to stay up to date with our club activities!

    Instagram: @ati_prevetclub

    Facebook: ATI Pre-Vet Club



    Pre-Vet Club Flyer

  6. F.R.I.E.N.D.S Upcoming Meeting


    F.R.I.E.N.D.S is having their first meeting on Tuesday September 8 @ 7:45 pm.  You can join and find out more about this orgnization by using the following link - http://osu.zoom.us/my/prof.pk 


  7. Family Day - CANCELED

    Every year, we look forward to inviting families on campus to celebrate Family Day. But given the growing concerns around COVID-19, Family Day for this year has been canceled. 

    Stay Safe and Healthy. Together as Buckeyes. 

  8. News from Academic Affairs

    FACTS: Important dates you need to know

    As a student you have a lot to keep track of! That’s why the University Registrar posts many of important dates and deadlines all in one spot. Dates for the current semester are highlighted on their homepage (https://registrar.osu.edu/), and you can also view academic calendars and dates from previous or future terms.

    Here’s an important one coming up: Students can still enroll in a full-term course this week, but instructor permission is required. Students cannot add a course after this Friday (9/4) without additional approvals from their departments and the college. The last date to drop a course without a “W” (Withdrew) on your record is Friday, September 18.

    ACTIONS: Clean your masks!

    Now that we’re all wearing masks, it’s a good time to share tips for how to properly wear, handle, and clean them. Check out this written guidance and video on mask usage from Safe & Healthy Buckeyes. If you’re using disposable PPE items, be sure to properly dispose of them to keep our campuses clean.

  9. Trivia Night!!


    Grab some friends and complete using Kahoot! on your knowledge of strange and wild animal facts!! It's anybody's game!!

    Chances to WIN PRIZES!!!!

    Zoom in on Wednesday September 9 at 7:00 pm!


  10. Cultural Connection

    The Netherlands: “Oliebollen* and onions under the ocean”

    By Jelmer Poelstra, PhD, bioinformatician at the Molecular & Cellular Imaging Center (MCIC) at OSU Wooster

    Scroll down for the Zoom link and dial in alternatives

    A talk in the series Cultural Connections:  “Where Culture Meets Agriculture”


    SEPT. 11, 2020:  FRI. 12 NOON-1 PM via Zoom

    The presentation will also be recorded for later viewing at https://ipa.osu.edu/wooster-campus 

    * = An oliebol is a Dutch or Belgian traditional beignet, a ball (bol) of dough dropped into boiling oil (olie).

    If you’d like to do an internationally-themed talk (this includes people from the US with experience abroad) contact Jason Owens.1132

  11. The Ohio Cattleman's Association Scholarships

    Scholarship opportunities

    The Ohio Cattleman's Association has multiple scholarships available for application until October 31, 2020.


  12. College Success Workshops


    College Success Series

    Start off your academic year by brushing up or learning new strategies to manage your time, take incredible notes, and try out new study strategies to ace your exams! Day and evening times available for each workshop!  Sign Up Now!


    Diploma rollCollege Success:  Note Taking

    Taking good notes is the key to academic success.  Attend this session to learn tried and true methods to make sure you remember, understand, and can apply what you learn in class.  (Can’t attend this one? Check out September 21 for another time.)

    Please use your OSU email address when signing up.

    Tuesday September 8, 11:30-12:30



    Monday September 21, 5:30-6:30




    Diploma rollCollege Success: Study Strategies

    Attend this session to learn how to study for upcoming exams.  Hint:  It is not a last-minute cram session.  Please use your OSU email address when signing up.

    Monday September 14, 5:30-6:30



    Tuesday September 15, 11:30-12:30



  13. JBS Executive Speaker Panel

    JBS Executive Speaker Panel for Ohio State University Students

    Each panel will be hosted by JBS executives from either poultry, pork, beef, or corporate. During this time, executives will be speaking to students about our approach to sustainability, effects of COVID-19, current challenges in the market, and business strategy in the industry.

    Available Sessions:

    • Addressing Sustainability in the Agriculture Industry | September 16 at 3pm
    • Beef Industry 101: Industry challenges, progression, and strategy | September 23 at 3pm
    • Poultry 101: Industry challenges, progression, and strategy | October 7 at 3pm
    • Pork Industry 101: Industry challenges, progression, and strategy | October 21 at 3pm

    Only 20 spots available per session (you can attend multiple sessions)

    Interested students should email cfaes-careers@osu.edu to sign up. Please include the following information in your email.

    • Name, OSU Email Address, Name of Session(s) interested in attending in order of preference.

    Deadline to join all events is Tuesday, September 8.


    Who is JBS:

    Our diversified platform includes beef, pork, poultry, lamb, further processed and consumer ready protein offerings, hides, leather, variety meats and rendered products. In partnership with JBS S.A., our Brazilian-based parent company, the united JBS family represents the largest animal protein company in the world with production platforms and facilities in countries including the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay and more than 200,000 team members working hard every day to be the best in all they do. 




  14. Upcoming Virtual Career Fairs

    September 2020 College Success & Career Prep Workshops

    Up-Coming Virtual Career Fairs

    Take advantage of these OSU career fairs to learn about careers in your field, talk with employers, and learn about job and internship opportunities.

    10-minute 1-on-1 sessions with employers and 30-minute employer meet-and-greet spots are available for each employer.  Sign up early to get your preferred times!

    Sign up for these career fairs by visiting Handshake at https://app.joinhandshake.com/

    Prepare for these events by joining the Career Prep workshops.

    CFAES Career Fairs

    Construction                                   September 30 - 1:00-5:00pm

    Food & Agricultural Sciences        October 1 - 1:00-5:00pm

    Environmental & Sustainability      November 5 - 1:00-5:00pm

    Related Career Fairs

    Fisher School of Business             September 9 – 1:00-5:00PM

                                                             September 10 – 11:00-3:00PM

                                                             September 11 – 10:00-2:00PM

    OSU Fall Career & Internship Fair

    September 15 – 12:00-6:00PM

    September 16 – 12:00-6:00PM

    Engineering Expo                            September 21 – 11:00-5:00PM

                                                             September 22 – 11:00-5:00PM

    Science Career Fair                        October 6 – 3:00-6:30PM


    For more information or to make an appointment, please contact:

    Denise Rotavera-Krain

    College Success Counselor & Career Advisor

    On Course: https://buckeyes.campus.eab.com/

    Email: Rotavera-krain.1@osu.edu

    Phone: 330-287-1281

    Office: Halterman 200E

  15. Career Prep Series

    September 2020 College Success & Career Prep Workshops

    Career Prep Series

    Don’t miss out on participating in the CFAES Career Fairs because your materials are not ready.   Take advantage of these sessions to learn how to navigate online career fairs, whip your resume into shape and learn the basics of networking.  After taking these workshops, you’ll impress employers with your professionalism and experience so that they will pick you for their next job or internship position.  Sign Up Now!

    Clipboard BadgeCareer Prep: Navigating Online Career Fairs

    Attend this workshop to learn everything you need to have a successful career fair experience.  You will understand how to sign up, how to prepare, and how to network while at the fair. 

    Please use your OSU email address when signing up.

    Wednesday September 9, 11AM -12PM



    Wednesday September 9, 6:45-7:45



    Clipboard BadgeCareer Prep: Building Your Resume

    In this workshop, you will learn how to structure your resume as well as build strong bullet points in a way that shows employers that you are qualified for the job.  

    Please use your OSU email address when signing up.

    Wednesday September 16, 11-12



    Wednesday September 16, 6:45-7:45



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    Career Prep: Networking & Elevator Pitch 101

    Networking is the most important strategy to job and internship searching.  Learn how to introduce yourself, ask the right questions, and know the right answers when networking or at a career fair.

    Please use your OSU email address when signing up.

    Wednesday September 23, 11-12



    Wednesday September 23, 6:45-7:45



  16. Ohio State/ATI STEP

    Ohio step/ati step program

    The Ohio State/ATI STEP program is looking for students who graduated from high school in 2019 and are continuing on to the Columbus campus to complete their Bachelors Degree.  This program is an excellent way for students to:

    • Develop a meaningful relationship with a faculty member.  Dr. Peggy Lindsey and Dr. Daniel Linden are the two faculty mentors on the Wooster/ATI Campus​
    • In the fall, expand your network of peers through weekly cohort meetings that will be taking place virtually.​
    • Identify ways to enhance your personal, academic and career goals.​
    • Strengthen your communication and networking skills with support from peers and a faculty mentor committed to your success​
    • Receive a fellowship up to $2000.00 to engage in one of the six STEP Signature Project areas.

    Please contact one of us if you need any other information  -  Penny Nemitz at nemitz.7@osu.edu


  17. Updates from Financial Aid

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  18. The CFAES Cafe



    Open Monday – Friday from 8AM to 2PM

    Fisher Auditorium – Study Lounge South

    Cash and Credit Accepted 

    Buck ID and Grub Hub are currently not available


    Coffee – Snacks – Daily Soup & Bakery Specials


  19. Now Hiring!


    If you are interested in student employment, please use the following links to access the student job boards: 

    Wage paying positions that do not require a Federal Work Study award: http://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/studentjobs/t08_pageview/Home.htm

    Federal Work Study positions for those with a Federal Work Study Award: https://www.sfa.osu.edu/jobs/federal-work-study-program/federal-work-study-job-board

    If you need assistance or have questions, contact lemasters.27@osu.edu

    URGENT HIRING - COVID-19 Testing Assistant

    Position Description: Part of Ohio State’s plans to return to campus operations includes mandatory weekly COVID-19 testing for all students at all ranks who live in residence halls or university-managed housing, coupled with regular testing of random samples of asymptomatic undergraduates students who live off campus. Student testing assistants are needed to assist in the sampling process.

    Number of hours per week desired: Varies

    Hiring Contact Email: burkey.56@osu.edu

    Job ID:  00124352

    Pay Ranges: $8.70 - $9.50


    Engineering Labs Need Help!

    Student workers needed in campus Engineering labs. Tasks will vary from cleanup to lab setups, some fabrication to assembly of lab materials.  Hours per week can be as little as 1 hour to as many as 18! Hours can vary each week if needed to fit your schedule. Very flexible!  Contact dalhart.1@osu.edu if interested!

    AET Hiring Federal Work Study Students!

    If you have a Federal Work Study award, the Department of Ag Engineering Tech is hiring students to assist in the tool room, fluid lab and general engineering area.  Go to the FWS Job Board and select Wooster as the location.  Search "Dalhart" as your keyword to see available positions.  At this time only Federal Work Study students are eligible to be hired.



    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 lawwill.1@osu.edu 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 - shultz.125@osu.edu Number of hours per week desired: 10-20

    Department: Hort & Crop Science (OARDC)

    Location: OARDC

    Pay Range: $8.70 - $9.50

    Open Until: 2020-10-31