Wednesday, September 27, 2017. 4 – 5 pm, Owen 103. Economics of Water Seminar: Ellen Hanak, Ph.D., Public Policy Institute of California, Water Policy Center. "Building Drought Resilience in California’s Cities and Suburbs"
*to get your event listed here and on the CEOAS monitors, email Biana
CEOAS is now offering a basic workplace First Aid/CPR course through the OSU Diving and Small Boat Safety Office. This class meets OSHA workplace safety and United States Coast Guard requirements for first aid training, and also meets the first aid requirements for the OSU scientific diving and small boat programs. Costs for the class will be paid by the college. The course will cover adult, single-rescuer, CPR, First Aid, and AED administration.
Instructor: Kevin Buch, OSU Diving and Small Boat Safety Officer
Date: 4 October 2017
Time: 2-5:30 PM
Location: Burt 193
Notes: this is a 'hands-on' course so wear clothing appropriate for bending and kneeling
The intended audience for this course includes CEOAS floor monitors, divers, boaters, and faculty and student leaders of field expeditions.
CEOAS plans to offer this course on a quarterly basis through the academic year. Each class will be offered to up to 10 students. For the initial offering, CEOAS floor monitors will be given preference, but others are welcome to sign up space permitting. An additional class could be arranged if there is an excess of students.
To sign up, please respond to Michael Harte by 29 September.
The OSU Exemplary Employee Award honors one professional faculty member and one classified staff member for their outstanding performance. This year’s classified member is Alan Rudisill, payroll accountant for the Forestry, Oceanic and Atmospheric Business Center.
We are pleased to honor Alan Rudisill with the OSU Exemplary Employee Award.
Are you interested in water, community, and professional development? The Hydrophiles is a graduate-level, student-run organization providing professional, social, and academic opportunities focused on water resources, and we'd like you to join! Our first fall meeting will be held in Owen 103 at 5:30 PM on Wednesday, September 27th, where you can learn more about our upcoming events and become a member. Contact Holly Mondo for more information.
Brown bag information session + Q&A with the facilitators:
Faculty, instructors, graduate students and postdocs: join us to learn about a unique outreach opportunity
Bring your lunch and find out why over 30 OSU affiliates participate in this program.
OMSI will gladly work with faculty to use this fellowship as a broader impact requirement for grant funding.
Wednesday, October 4, 12 pm.
Linus Pauling Science Center Room 402
Early registration for the Pacific Northwest Marine Technology Summit is now open.
The 2017 Pacific NW Marine Technology Summit is being hosted by the MTS Puget Sound Section on November 6, 2017 at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington.
The summit will provide opportunities for businesses, researchers, and students from throughout the Pacific Northwest to connect with local innovators in the marine technology industry.
The all-day event will feature a keynote address by Dr. John Delaney of the NSF's Ocean Observatories Initiative, presentations, panels, posters, exhibitor displays, and hands-on technology exhibits to showcase the people, platforms, sensors, data architecture, modeling, and innovative solutions being developed throughout the Pacific Northwest!
We do not have an employee to wipe down desks, clean the room or rearrange the furniture. Thanks for your assistance in keeping the communal spaces looking great.