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Honors Symposium Series
We have introduced our first ever Honors Symposium Series. The symposium series aims to ensure honors students are aware of and utilizing the many, many resources OSU has to offer. Throughout the series we will be partnering with numerous offices/organizations such as LASSO (tutoring services), Student Government Association, Counseling Services, Undergraduate Research, Study Abroad, and more.
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Our campus partners from ITLE and LASSO highlight strategies, tips, and tricks for successful learning in hybrid and fully-online courses – such as time management, useful CANVAS features, creating new study habits, maintaining motivation, and more. They also provide information on relevant campus resources that are available to students.
Struggling to relax your brain and your body? Feeling overwhelmed by the stress of the semester and just… everything?
Dani Deros (Associate Director for OSU’s Psychological Services Center) and Dr. Todd Misener (Chief Wellness Officer from OSU’s Department of Wellness) will talk about techniques for maintaining good mental health and physical well-being! They’ll also highlight some of the helpful campus resources available for students. After their presentations, we’ll have a short Q&A with students as well.
Are you in your first semester at OSU? Are you looking to build your campus connections or looking for tips on financial planning?
Erin Milek and Andrew Parr from the Office of First Year Success talk about tips for first year (and continuing) students, discuss forming campus connections (such as finding campus organizations and utilizing academic resources), and share important information about financial planning (like budgeting, paying for college, and navigating financial aid).
Irissa Baxter-Luper, the Coordinator of Women’s and LGBTQ Affairs, discusses key issues to LGBTQ+ life on campus, on-campus resources, and key tips on how to be an ally/advocate. A student representative from the OSU chapter of oSTEM, a professional association for LGBTQ+ people in the STEM community, also talks about oSTEM and how to get involved in the organization.
If would like to suggest a topic for a future symposium, please contact either Cindy Lane (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Amanda Booth (email@example.com). Alternatively, current honors students can contact them via Slack.