Do You Want to Study Abroad on a COB Exchange in Fall 2017? The application is now open, and the deadline to apply is Jan. 20. There's no cost to apply. For more information and application link, visit the international business website.
Attention if you are graduating Winter 2017: Check your MyDegrees profile to see that all looks in order and you haven’t missed requirements. If you haven’t applied to graduate yet, the deadline is January 20, 2017 at 5 PM (apply via Online Services).
The university deadline to Add/Drop classes is January 15 @ 11:55 pm; however, the College of Business classes have earlier ADD deadlines, so please review these dates.
Career Services Center
Graduate and Undergrad Internships | Nike | http://jobs.nike.com/search/graduate-intern
Do you have career-related questions? Stop by the Career Success Center for short 15 minute drop in appointments. Drop in hours are Monday - Thursday, 1 - 3 pm.
Learn how to write a competitive resume in one of our interactive workshops held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3 pm in AH 124.
Fridays in Austin
We have a new schedule of events, so please visit the Fridays in Austin website to register.
January 20th | Diversity & Inclusion
Alumni/Industry Panel: Diversity in the Workplace | Austin Hall 183 Stirek | 10 - 11 AM
Creating a Job Search Strategy | Austin Hall 126 | 11 - 12 PM
So you want to get into pro-school? | Austin Hall 216 | 1 - 2 PM
Networking 101: How to Highlight Yourself | Austin Hall 126 | 1 - 2 PM
Family Business Boardroom
Join us each quarter in Austin Hall for fun, informative meetups with family business leaders and other students from family businesses. The next Boardroom event is Mon., Jan. 23, and will feature Dawson Bean, recent College of Business graduate and third-generation family business member of Lane Irrigation. Dawson is currently an Inbound Operations Manager at Target. Find out:
• Why Dawson decided to take the position at Target before going back to the family business
• How he stays connected to his family’s business while working out of state
• How did his education from Oregon State prepare him for his future
Food will be provided by family owned, Café Yumm. Open to all majors. Register Now!
Family Business Boardroom | DATE: Mon., Jan. 23 | TIME: 5-6 pm | 442 Austin Hall (Dean’s Boardroom)
New Entrepreneurship Offerings for Winter Term
Fridays, 2:00 to 3:30, Austin Hall, Room 274
Find inspiration for your next big idea while building your creativity and innovation skills.
Experiential workshops designed to build your skills in creativity, innovation & entrepreneurship
Each workshop is different.
DOING is emphasized
You may push your comfort zones.
We’ll even fail a bit.
But, we’ll learn together and have fun!
JUST SHOW UP!
Fridays, 10 to 11 am, Austin Hall, Room 274
For students with an idea/project for a product or startup.
Be part of – and inspired by – a community of peer students who have the passion to bring their ideas to life.
Much of Launch Academy sessions directly apply to advancing your product or startup.
SEMINAR: The Business of Technology-Based Startups
Tuesdays, 4 to 4:50, LINC, Room 302 (networking reception with refreshments follows)
Each week a new guest co-founder will be interviewed to uncover their entrepreneurial journey.
We will explore approaches used by startup co-founders with engineering backgrounds to launch and grow their companies.
Particular emphasis will be placed on understanding strategies to manage the business-related aspects of the startup.
REGISTER BA 405-002, CRN 40450
The Next Great Startup
We are pleased to announce the first campus-wide startup competition at Oregon State University called Oregon's Next Great Startup.
What: Oregon's Next Great Startup is a six-week competition where participants have the opportunity to work on their startup coached by venture capitalists. Teams will be required to submit short deliverables at regular intervals throughout the competition. Teams are eliminated based on the deliverables and a short pitch until the finale where teams pitch their startup to our panel of judges.
Prizes: First place will receive at least $5,000, prizes may be available for second, third and fourth place finishers. In addition, there is small cash disbursements as each team is successful moving to the next stage. The cash will help cover customer development, prototyping and overhead costs. Total prizes as of today are valued at over $25,000.00
Who: The competition is open to all students that are in good academic standing with the university.
When: Starts January 2017 and applications are open.
Application Deadline: Jan. 16, 8 am
Auditions: Jan. 17, 3-7 pm Stirek Auditorium
Round 1: Feb. 9, 5-8 pm Stirek Auditorium
Round 2: Feb. 23, 5-8 pm Stirek Auditorium
Finals: March 9t, 5-8 pm Stirek Auditorium
Take the Austin Hall Building User Survey
It has been an amazingly fast two years since the College of Business moved into Austin Hall. The Austin Hall design firm, Hacker Architects, would like to collect feedback from College of Business students on how well the building’s design and usage has met the objectives and expectations for the original project. Please take five minutes to complete the survey with your feedback. The feedback will be incorporated by Hacker Architects into the design of other higher education projects and may also be used to inform the design considerations of future building projects at OSU.
HWeekend (Hardware Weekend), Jan. 20 – 22
Do you have a problem that needs solving? Do you have an idea for something that can make people's lives better? Do you want to spend some time trying to make something amazing? If so, you are invited to apply for HWeekend. The theme for this event is Gadgets and Gizmos! Come together with a group of friends to create a gadget or gizmo to solve a real problem, or just to have some fun. Some examples could be: Automatic door control for the disabled, an anti-theft bike alarm, some cool lights for your skate board, a webpage that tells you if your house is unlocked, or even a sensor to know if the bathroom is free. This event includes meals and snacks during the 30-hour build session. Participants have access to cutting edge tools including 3D printers, laser cutters, electronics, tablets, computers, and many others!
But wait, there’s more – over $300 in prizes awarded!
You can find out more about HWeekend on our web page, including stories and videos of past events. Apply online via the second link below. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Apply by Jan. 11. Apply quickly; space is limited!
What: Winter 2017 HWeekend - Gadgets and Gizmos!
When: HWeekend Kickoff January 20, 6pm, Austin Hall
HWeekend January 21-22
Where: Oregon State University
Who: Any major and any experience level
Why: 1) Flex your creative muscles and work on teams with engineering students. 2) Build your resume and skills. 3) Because it is awesome!
Volunteer Opportunity with Junior Achievement
Give back by teaching elementary students financial literacy, and add this as community service to your resume!)
Friday, February 3rd, 6:45 am - 2:00 pm
We provide curriculum, training, transportation and a light breakfast
Interested? Contact Marcella Flores by Jan. 20 to volunteer.
Please Respect Project Rooms
Please remember that many generous donors paid for the first and second floor project rooms of Austin Hall so that students would have a private and secure place to study. Be respectful of their kindness and leave the project rooms as you found them, if not better. If you see any project rooms being tampered with, please report it to the employee at the second floor helpdesk, or email our office at: email@example.com. We also we want to remind students of the following:
The thin client computers require a dedicated server in order to operate and have no value by themselves
The project rooms are monitored with cameras and student access to the project rooms is recorded