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March 24-26, 2017: AISES Region 6 Regional Conference


AISES' Regional Conferences take place every spring and provide an opportunity for AISES College and Professional Chapters to gather and share information,  form partnerships and network with each other.

Each regional conference has a number of informative sessions and activities for both college and high school students. Among the activities provided are mini career fairs, poster presentations and engineering competitions. AISES' student representatives and the host chapters for the following year are selected at the regional conferences. Local and national professionals within a variety of fields provide workshops, seminars and discussion groups about a wide variety of topics.


To register for the AISES Region 6 conference, click here
An agenda for the conference weekend is also available in addition to lodging information
 in the upper right hand corner.

March 24th:
6 - 10pm                         Check-In and Welcome Event

March 25th:
7:45 - 9 am                      Breakfast
9 - 10:15 am                    Opening and Keynote Addresses
10:30 - 11:45 am              IGNITE Sessions
11:45am - 1 pm                Lunch
1 - 3 pm                          Breakout Sessions
3 - 5:30 pm                     Optional Events/Campus Tours/Lab Tours
6-8 pm                            Dinner
8 - 8:45 pm                     Closing Speaker

March 26th:
 10-10:30  am               Breakfast
10:30-11:30 am             Regional Caucus    
                                   Farewell


Any questions? Contact AISES adviser Melissa Beard Jacob at jacob.197@osu.edu 
or AISES OSU Chapter President Raven Emery at emery.124@osu.edu.

March 31, 2017: Ethnographically-Informed History and the
Rediscovery of the Early American Midwest 

4:30 PM - 6 PM
Dr. Stephen Warren is an Associate Professor of American Indian histories and cultures and Ethno-historical methods at the University of Iowa. Dr. Warren has written several books including The Shawnees and Their Neighbors, 1795-1870, The Worlds the Shawnee Made: Migration and Violence in Early America, and is currently working on a book exploring food sovereignty initiatives of federally recognized tribal nations originally from Eastern North America. He is the recipient of prestigious awards such as a Mellon Foundation Sabbatical Fellowship, Gilder-Lehrman Short-Term Residential Fellowship, and Best Paper Prize in Native American History in the 1996 Bluegrass Symposium. 


Room 235
230 Annie & John Glenn Ave
Columbus, Ohio 43210

April 9-10, 2017: Octagon Open House
Map of the Octagon Earthworks, part of the Newark Earthworks. Image Courtesy of the Ancient Ohio Trail.
Map of the Octagon Earthworks, part of the Newark Earthworks.
 Image Courtesy of the Ancient Ohio Trail.
The Octagon Earthworks is one of the most spectacular surviving remnants of the Newark Earthworks. The Octagon is connected to a perfectly circular enclosure 1,054 feet in diameter. The architecture of the Octagon Earthworks encodes a sophisticated understanding of geometry and astronomy. It is a National Historical Landmark and is on track to become a World Heritage site!

Octagon State Memorial
455 Hebron Road
Heath, Ohio 43056

Portions of the Octagon Earthworks is open to the public during daylight hours 365 days a year, but much of the site is used as a private golf course for most of the year, so access is restricted.

Four times each year, however, golfing is suspended and the entire site is made available to the general public.

Take your tour with you through:

The Ancient Ohio Trail.

We hope to see you there!

July 31, 2017: Octagon Open House
Aerial View of the Octagon Earthworks. Image Courtesy of Tim Black.
Aerial View of the Octagon Earthworks.
Image Courtesy of Tim Black.
The Octagon Earthworks is one of the most spectacular surviving remnants of the Newark Earthworks. The Octagon is connected to a perfectly circular enclosure 1,054 feet in diameter. The architecture of the Octagon Earthworks encodes a sophisticated understanding of geometry and astronomy. It is a National Historical Landmark and is on track to become a World Heritage site!

Octagon State Memorial
455 Hebron Road
Heath, Ohio 43056

Portions of the Octagon Earthworks is open to the public during daylight hours 365 days a year, but much of the site is used as a private golf course for most of the year, so access is restricted.

Four times each year, however, golfing is suspended and the entire site is made available to the general public.

Take your tour with you through:

The Ancient Ohio Trail.

We hope to see you there!

October 8, 2017: Octagon Open House
View of the Octagon Earthworks, part of the Newark Earthworks. Image Courtesy of Tim Black.
View of the Octagon Earthworks, part of the Newark Earthworks.
Image Courtesy of Tim Black.
The Octagon Earthworks is one of the most spectacular surviving remnants of the Newark Earthworks. The Octagon is connected to a perfectly circular enclosure 1,054 feet in diameter. The architecture of the Octagon Earthworks encodes a sophisticated understanding of geometry and astronomy. It is a National Historical Landmark and is on track to become a World Heritage site!

Octagon State Memorial
455 Hebron Road
Heath, Ohio 43056

Portions of the Octagon Earthworks is open to the public during daylight hours 365 days a year, but much of the site is used as a private golf course for most of the year, so access is restricted.

Four times each year, however, golfing is suspended and the entire site is made available to the general public.

Take your tour with you through:

The Ancient Ohio Trail.

We hope to see you there!

Lets Talk: Free Consultation Services
Let's Talk | A Free Consultation Service

Let's Talk provides drop-in informal consultations on a first come, first served basis. It is a one-on-one, 15 to 20-minute meeting with a staff from Counseling and Consultation Service (CCS) and it's
free and confidential. 

Open to all currently registered Ohio State University students.
No appointment is necessary.
Provides new insight and solutions to your problems and information about other resources
 on and off campus.
Time: Thursdays, 3 - 5 p.m., August 25 to December 8
(except for October 13 during fall break and November 24 on Thanksgiving)
Location: Multicultural Center, the Ohio Union

For more information about "Let's Talk" and other multilingual services 
provided by the CCS, visit go.osu.edu/letstalk.

Earn your Diversity, Intercultural and 
Community Engagement Certificate 
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The Diversity, Intercultural and Community Engagement Certificate Program (DICE) is a certificate earning program hosted by the Multicultural Center for all students interested in enhancing their Ohio State experience through co-curricular involvement focused on diversity, social justice, service and leadership. Read more about how to earn this certificate here or contact Stephen Deaderick at deaderick.3@osu.edu with questions.

Exhibits:
Celebrating Research at Ohio State Newark
February- April 2017
An exhibit showcasing faculty involved in research at The Ohio State University at Newark.

The Ohio State University at Newark
Newark, Ohio 43055

Celebrating Research at Ohio State Newark
"It is with great enthusiasm that I encourage our students, parents, and other members of our community to explore the scholarship of the accomplished and talented faculty at The Ohio State University at Newark.
Engaging in research is an important part of academic life. It keeps our nation on the forefront of discovery and innovation, contributes to the resolution of the world’s most pressing problems, enables faculty to stay current in their fields, and enhances student learning as faculty integrate cutting-edge research into the classroom and mentor student researchers.

I encourage you to learn more about the research projects of our faculty. Whether their research is on the formation of black holes in the universe or on anti-violence efforts in our public schools, our faculty are passionate about their scholarship, and I welcome this opportunity to showcase their work." 
- William L. MacDonald, Dean/Director at The Ohio State University at Newark.

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