Major Highlight - Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies
Student intern with Grove City Police Department.
If you've ever found yourself wondering why crime exists, how crime affects individuals and societies, or how crime can be prevented and controlled, you should consider majoring in Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies.  This major is distinct in its integration of a science-based sociological perspective on crime with real-world applied skills that allow students to analyze the causes and consequences of crime and the workings of the criminal justice system and solve a range of social problems related to crime. Students learn how to: 1) think critically about human social life, including crime, 2) conduct empirical research and analyze data using statistics, and 3) become leaders in a range of careers, including criminal justice, law, law enforcement, and social services. To learn more, visit their website or schedule an appointment with an advisor at socadvising@sociology.osu.edu or (614) 292-1175.

OSU Graduate and Professional School Fair
Meet with admission representatives from more than 20 OSU graduate and professional school programs.  Learn about their programs and what's involved in applying.  Talk with pre-law and pre-health advisors as well as career counselors.  Presented by the ASC Student Council.

Approved for First Year Student Success Series Credit.

Thursday, November 5 from 4:30 - 6 p.m., Great Hall Meeting Rooms 1 & 2 of the Ohio Union
*Business*Medicine*Public Health*Social Work
*Dentistry*Nursing*Graduate School*Veterinary Medicine
*College of Arts and
*Environment & Natural  Resources*Higher Education  & Student Affairs*Department of  Human  Sciences
*Graduate-level Teacher  Licensure Programs*School of Health &  Rehabilitation Sciences*Food, Agricultural  & Environmental  Sciences*Department of  Educational Studies
*John Glenn School
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Student Profile - Internship At Nestl Quality Assurance Center
As a microbiology intern at Nestle Quality Assurance Center, Amber Moore tested products to ensure that they were safe, that they satisfied health guidelines and that they met Nestle standards for quality.  She worked in several labs and had the opportunity to shadow coworkers.  Through the internship she was able to put her knowledge of microbiology to use in an industrial and professional setting, as well as learn about the variety of positions that are available within the microbiology field.  Read more.

Learn more about internship opportunities through ASC Career Services.
Career Corner - Plan for Your Career Now
Planning for a career is an essential component of your college experience. The Arts and Sciences Career Services Office can assist you in applying the Branch Out - Discover - Connect
framework to build a four year plan for career development. During the Branch Out phase you define your skills, interests and strengths to create a resume.  In the Discover stage you learn about FutureLink, a data base of internships and other career development experiences, explore majors and extracurricular activities, learn to network, and take on leadership roles. In the Connect stage you execute your strategy by refining a target list of companies, going to career fairs and on-campus recruiting events, and activating your network. For assistance in your four year plan and a list of services see asccareerservices.osu.edu
Are You Interested in Working for the US Government?
The US Government is the largest employer in the US.  Increase your chances of gaining an internship or employment through a live webinar series presented in partnership with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management and ASC Career Services. More info here.  Register now through FutureLink!
Pathways Programs for Students and Recent Graduates - Covers each program, program requirements and how to find Pathways Programs positions on USAJOBS.gov.
Wednesday, October 14 from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. 
Finding and Applying for Jobs on USAJOBS and What Happens After You Apply - Covers searching for Federal jobs, creating and managing your account, reviewing postings, and submitting and tracking your application.  
Wednesday, October 28 from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Writing Your Federal Resume - Learn critical data points that must be provided in your application, how to review postings for eligibility and qualifications, and tips on tailoring your resume.
Wednesday, November 4 from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. 
Interviewing Tips: Overview of tips for before, during, and after your interview.
Thursday, November 12 from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. 
Advising Tips - Spring Registration
Advisor2 Registration will begin October 19.  Individual enrollment appointment dates vary.  Check you Student Center via BuckeyeLink.  Your enrollment appointment will be posted to your Student Center in the box titled, "Enrollment Information."  In this box, click on the "details" link.  If you have not already done so, contact your advisor to set a time to review your planned course of study before your enrollment appointment opens.
Arts and Sciences Study Abroad Fair
Learn about Arts and Sciences 2016 study abroad opportunities.  Programs will take place in many countries including: Russia, Zimbabwe, Israel, Brazil, Iceland, New Zealand, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Argentina, the UK, China, Uganda, and more!  Meet faculty resident directors and past study abroad participants.  Refreshments will be served. Contact: Garett Heysel at heysel.1@osu.edu.
Thursday, October 22 from 6 - 7:30 p.m. in the Great Hall Meeting Room, Ohio Union.
Study Abroad Program - Culture, Society and History of Zimbabwe
Students will visit major sites of cultural and historical importance that have played a significant role in the history and politics of their time and reflect the general social context of life in Southern Africa.  They will travel to Harare, Nnyanga National Park, the Great Zimbabwe Ruins, Hwange National Park and Victoria Falls.  Read more.
Dates:  May 8 - June 6   Application deadline: Jan 4, 2016
Contact:  Louise Yahiaoui at yahiaoui.2@osu.edu.

Interested in Majoring in Communication or Journalism?
If so, you must must attend a major information session before scheduling an individual advising appointment with a School of Communication advisor.   Info Session Dates
Outstanding Teacher Nominations
Nominate an arts and sciences faculty member or Graduate Teaching Associate (GTA) for an ASC Outstanding Teaching Award.  These awards are notable because they are student nominated and student selected.  Submit your nomination here.
Student Organization Feature  - BASCA 
Black Advertising & Strategic Communication Association (BASCA) is a partnership between students, faculty, and professionals intended to develop and prepare students of color for careers in advertising, public relations, and marketing. Everyone is welcome regardless of major, year in school or whether you are a current member. BASCA meets Wednesdays at 5 p.m. in Room 106 (the Miller Room) of the Journalism Building.  For more information, please contact bascaosu@gmail.com
Download the Undergraduate Research Office's Fall Schedule
You can easily stay up-to-date with all of the URO's events by downloading the Google Calendar available on the URO website! It is currently updated with every event offered this autumn and will be maintained throughout the semester. To download the calendar, click on the Google Calendar link on the URO homepage and import it to your own account.
Research Scholar Award Applications 
The Office of Undergraduate Education, in partnership with the Undergraduate Research Office, designates up to 300 first-time Undergraduate Research Scholars every year. Each Scholar receives a one-time award of $1,000. Applications are accepted year-round on or before the first of each month. Find out more here!
Speak to Peer Research Contacts!
The URO offers an extensive list of undergraduate students currently doing research at OSU across many different disciplines. If you are looking to get involved in research and would like to talk to somebody in your field who's already been through the process, these students are ready and willing to answer all of your questions! If you are involved in research and are interested in becoming a PRC yourself, please send an email to Helene Cweren at cweren.1@osu.edu.
Campus Life
Science Sundays
Tish Shute, Director, Product Experience, THRED, team of talented designers, engineers and entrepreneurs who created genre defining works:  SimCity, The Sims, Spore and Carmen San Diego, lectures on "The Future of Story Telling: What are we going to do with our super powers?"  Read more.
Sunday, Oct 18 from 3 - 4 p.m., Ohio Union U.S. Bank Conference Theatre. 
An annual favorite featuring vocal and instrumental solo and chamber performers, as well as audience members, dressed in full Halloween attire. Read more.
Free and open to all.
Friday, October 30 at 8 p.m. in Weigel Hall Auditorium
Group Study Rooms 
You can reserve a group study room in the Thompson Library.  Rooms may be scheduled no more than 7 days in advance.  Same day requests will not be approved.
To begin the reservation process click here.
Do You Know?
Since it's almost Halloween, it's time for a spooky question.
What faculty member attempted to bring a dead body back to life and what did he teach? Hint - An OSU building and a glacier are both named after him.
One student with the correct answer will receive a Brutus flash drive with movable arms and legs. Submit your answer online by Friday, October 9 
Answer to the last question - Hagerty Hall Crane Caf has seven large plasma screens where students can watch international broadcasts in fourteen languages. Learn more about Crane Caf and the broadcast schedule here:  Crane Caf.  Congratulations to Katie D. for knowing the correct answer!
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