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Dance Denmark
Audition date: September 29, 2018
Application due: February 1, 2019
Program dates: May 25 2019 – July 6 2019

Multiple group performances, including three shows at Odense City Hall
Dance masterclasses at GerlevSports Academy and in Copenhagen
Cultural lectures and excursions to local castles, gardens, and harbors
1 credit of DANCE 5798
Free time to explore Denmark!

Apply Here! 


OSUDance Informal Auditions
Friday October 5, 5-7pm, Studio 290

The Dance Grads are looking for interested dancers to participate in their projects during the upcoming semester. Please join us for our first Informal Audition on Friday, October 5. Bring your schedules and be prepared to dance!

AU18 Informal Audition Flyer


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Acting Black: Demystifying Racism

Monday, October 15
Wexner Center for the Arts
Film/Video Theater
1871 N. High St.

Wednesday, October 17
The King Arts Complex
Pythian Theater
867 Mt. Vernon Ave.

Presented by the Department of Theatre
Written and Performed By Carlyle Brown

Are You Now, or Have You Ever Been…

Monday, October 22
Short North Stage
1187 N. High St.

Presented by the Department of Theatre
By Carlyle Brown
Directed by Nadine George-Graves

For more information, see: http://carlylebrownandcompany.org/ and https://cbusharlem100.org/.

Dates:
Monday, October 15— 7 p.m.
Wednesday, October 17— 7 p.m.
Monday, October 22— 7 p.m.

Location: Film/Video Theater, Wexner Center for the Arts, 1871 N High St, Columbus, OH 43210; Pythian Theater, The King Arts Complex, 867 Mt Vernon Ave, Columbus, OH 43203; and Short North Stage, 1187 N High St, Columbus, OH 43201

Ticket Information:
General Public: Free admission, but reserving tickets is strongly encouraged.

Calendar Listings:
‘Acting Black: Demystifying Racism’
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY THEATRE, FILM/VIDEO THEATER, WEXNER CENTER FOR THE ARTS, 1871 N HIGH ST.
Contact: (614) 292-3535 wexarts.org
Details: Rooted in the traditional storytelling practices of West Africa, this provocative solo work investigates the origins of American racism grounded in the entertainment industry from Louisville, Kentucky in 1828 to the present day.
Show Times: 7 p.m., Monday, October 15
Tickets: Free admission, but reserving tickets is strongly encouraged.

‘Acting Black: Demystifying Racism’
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY THEATRE, PYTHIAN THEATER, THE KING ARTS COMPLEX, 867 MT VERNON AVE.
Contact: (614) 645-5464 kingartscomplex.com
Details: Rooted in the traditional storytelling practices of West Africa, this provocative solo work investigates the origins of American racism grounded in the entertainment industry from Louisville, Kentucky in 1828 to the present day.
Show Times: 7 p.m., Wednesday, October 17
Tickets: Free admission, but reserving tickets is strongly encouraged.

‘Are You Now, or Have You Ever Been…’
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY THEATRE, SHORT NORTH STAGE, 1187 N HIGH ST
Contact: (614) 725-4042 shortnorthstage.org
Details: Langston Hughes attempts to write a poem the night before he is scheduled to appear before the Senate Permanent Sub-Committee on Investigations on Un-American Activities led by Senator Joseph McCarthy in a staged reading of this lyrical drama that explores the intersection of art and politics and racial oppression.
Show Times: 7 p.m., Monday, October 22
Tickets: Free admission, but reserving tickets is strongly encouraged.



Becoming a Postdoc: How to Choose the Right Mentor and Make the Most of Your Postdoctoral Training
October 18, 2018
12 PM – 1 PM
Physics Research Building Room 4138

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is hosting a session for graduate students who are interested in pursuing a postdoctoral position. This session will focus on critical aspects that graduate students need to consider when selecting a postdoc position.

 Participants in this session will learn:

  • Attributes needed in a postdoctoral advisor
  • What resources to look for
  • How to approach this training period to increase the chances of success
  • What are the postdoctoral scholar’s responsibilities, and benefits

For more information, please visit our website.
Note: this is a brown-bag event.
You can register for this event here.
If you have any questions, please contact us at osupostdocs@osu.edu


From the Office of Research
Research Expo
Register: https://library.osu.edu/researchcommons/event/research-expo 

This event, sponsored by the Office of Research, features information to support the growth and success of your research program!
More than 50 exhibitors– research support services, centers/institutes, community partners and vendors- will be on hand to help you navigate your way through Ohio State’s research enterprise.
Attend one or more “Lightning Talks” (~10 minutes each, schedule forthcoming); demos/presentations feature resources to: find funding, disclose conflicts of interest, access purchasing tools to effectively manage your start up funds; use the PI Portal to monitor your research projects, engage with iThenticate (anti-plagiarism software), establish an ORCID (Research ID), etc.

Schedule
11:30 a.m. – Opening Reception for all early career investigators; enjoy exclusive access to our exhibitor community; welcome remarks at Noon.
Noon – 2:00 p.m. – Research Expo opens for all members of the research community.
12:05 – 1:15 p.m. – “Lightning Talks”- brief presentations/demos every 10 minutes.

Who: All OSU researchers
When: Tuesday, October 9, 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Where: Ideation Zone and Labs, third floor of Pomerene Hall, 1760 Neil Avenue.


Research Commons Presents…
Bridging the Gap: Our Experience with Outreach Educational Activities as a Way to Expand Social Perspective (Lecture)
Register: https://library.osu.edu/researchcommons/event/apop

In the current worldwide political scenario, the perception individuals have of human diversity and cultural variation play an important role in shaping events on local, regional, national and international scales. Intolerance in particular plagues communities around the world, including our own. Much of this intolerance is ultimately the result of people not being able to properly contextualize human diversity, and therefore not being able to accept and incorporate the perspectives of others. The value in diversity is lost. This presentation tackles issues surrounding intolerance by discussing the role that outreach programs can play in broadening people’s perspectives and thereby, reducing different types of biases. Through a series of activities we created at the Department of Anthropology, with the participation of undergraduate, graduate and faculty volunteers, we are engaging in the development of interactive educational opportunities that explore the larger human biocultural context. Join us for this talk so we can share our experience and discuss our initiatives with educators, students, and researchers from different backgrounds.

This lecture is part of the Research Commons Presents Series (formerly Faculty Forum). Light refreshments will be served.

About our Speaker:

Mark Hubbe is an Associate Professor at the Department of Anthropology at OSU. He received his PhD from the University of São Paulo, Brazil, and has been living in the US since 2012. His research focuses primarily on the study of past populations from South America, and has contributed to our understanding of the settlement of the Americas as well as to the origins of social inequality among prehistoric Andean communities from the Atacama Desert. Since 2017, he has been coordinating the APOP (Anthropology Public Outreach Program), composed of undergraduate, graduate, and faculty volunteers dedicated to bridging the gap between the academic work and the broader public by promoting interactive educational activities about modern human diversity and the evolution of our species within and outside OSU. You can follow APOP’s activities at u.osu.edu/apop, and know more about Mark’s research at u.osu.edu/heads.

When: Thursday, September 27, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Where: Research Commons, 3rd floor of 18th Avenue Library


Events and Workshops
Tracking and Enhancing Your Research Impact (Workshop)
Register: https://library.osu.edu/researchcommons/event/research-impact-au18/ 

Measuring your impact is an important step in the research process, especially for applying for positions, for promotion and tenure, and for grant funding. This may include traditional factors such as citation counts and journal reputation, and new measures that look at the reach and visibility of the work through downloads, saves, and views, as well as mentions in blogs and other social media. This introductory workshop will provide an overview of the following topics:

  • Establishing your author identity using ORCID and researcher IDs.
  • Understanding and tracking common metrics such as journal impact, factors, h-index, and times cited.
  • Understanding and tracking altmetrics (alternative metrics) such as views, downloads, and mentions in online media.
  • Enhancing your impact through journal choice and open access, and promoting your work via research profiles and online media.

BYOD: Participants are encouraged to bring their own laptop or tablet for hands-on participation.

Who: OSU faculty, postdocs, and graduate students
When: Tuesday, October 2, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Where: Research Commons, 3rd floor of 18th Avenue Library


Web Mapping Basics with ArcGIS Online (Workshop)
Register: https://library.osu.edu/researchcommons/event/arcgis-online

Want to make a map for your research, teaching, outreach, or just for fun? ArcGIS Online (AGOL) is the premier platform for easily and efficiently creating interactive web mapping applications. In this workshop, participants will:

  • Sign-up for access to ArcGIS Online using their OSU username and password
  • Learn the basics of making web maps with ArcGIS Online, including adding layers to a map, changing layer styles, and configuring pop-ups
  • Be introduced to spatial analysis and visualization techniques based on a real-world scenario

This workshop is offered through a collaboration between the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis and the University Libraries.

BYOD – Attendees are encouraged to bring their own laptops or tablets for hands-on participation, and our presenters will be available afterward for consultations.

Who: OSU faculty, staff, and students from all disciplines
When: Thursday, October 4, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Where: Research Commons, 3rd floor of 18th Avenue Library


 

CAPA presents AILEY II
Tuesday, November 6, 8 pm
Davidson Theatre (77 S. High St.)

Now touring as part of the “Ailey Ascending” 60th anniversary celebration, the world-renowned dance company Ailey II presents a one-night-only Columbus performance. The critically acclaimed, 12-member ensemble will inspire audiences with performances of Darrell Grand Moultrie’s Road To One; a new commission by South African-born choreographer Bradley Shelver, Where There Are Tongues; and Alvin Ailey’s signature masterpiece, Revelations. Tickets are $21.50-$40 at the CAPA Ticket Center (39 E. State St.), all Ticketmaster outlets, and www.ticketmaster.com. To purchase tickets by phone, please call (614) 469-0939 or (800) 745-3000. www.capa.com

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