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THE OHIOSTATE NEWARK Summer Enrichment BEABUCKEYEFORAWEEK! FORRISING5TH,6TH,7THAND8THGRADERS! 6 7 8 5 WILL IT BE YOU TO GET INVOLVED? Campus News newark.osu.edu BE A BUCKEYE FOR A WEEK! The 2020 Summer Enrichment Camp (June 15-19) gives middle school students the chance to experience college-level activities, from laboratory work to small group discussions, in a real college classroom environment. Find out what college students learn, and how they learn. Get a head start on your high school and future college career! Register at: go.osu.edu/newarksummercamp. DEVELOP YOUR LEADERSHIP SKILLS! The 2020 Buckeye Leadership Camp gives rising 9th-12th grade students opportunities to develop leadership skills through informative sessions, small-group activities and engagement with campus and community leaders. Students will learn how they can be a leader as they prepare for their college experience and beyond. Go to go.osu.edu/ buckeyeleadershipcamp to register. February 24 through March 6, The Ohio State University at Newark and Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) will be working together to increase donations made by students, staff, faculty and friends of the campus to Operation Feed. This year all food and monetary donations will support the COTC and Ohio State Newark student food pantry, Campus Corner. Launched in October 2017, Campus Corner saw immediate results with 30 students utilizing the resource within the first month of operation. Since opening, the pantry has been used over 300 times by students of the Newark campus, distributing 4,282 food and personal care items. “This year’s goal is to raise 8,000 food points as we look to directly support those students on campus who are working hard toward their goals while experiencing food insecurity,” said Justin Khol, assistant dean of students/assistant director of student life and Operation Feed chair. “Items of the highest need for our pantry, Campus Corner, include peanut butter, “ready meals” which are heat-and-serve complete meals, and shelf-stable or canned meats.” Donations are given a point value. Cash is awarded the most points followed by food and household items deemed to be critical, priority, very important, important or needed by the campus food pantry. Food donations can be dropped in boxes located in each building on campus. Cash donations should be directed to Fees and Deposits in Hopewell Hall located at 1189 University Drive, Newark, Ohio. Also, the campus and Newark community is invited to see who will triumph in a Students vs. Staff charity basketball game on March 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the Adena Hall gym to benefit the Operation Feed campaign. There is a $1 or canned food donation requested for entry to the charity game. There will be a halftime performance by Power House Elite All-Star Cheerleading and Tumbling. Operation Feed Donations Accepted BEHIND THE SCIENCE This public outreach program of Ohio State Newark andTheWorks is aimed toward adults who have a craving for lifelong learning. Grab a seat, relax and get an inside view of the science that makes our world. The cost is $10 for nonmembers and free for members. Reservations recommended. Register at attheworks.org or 740.349.9277 55 S. 1st Street, Newark, OH 43055 March 19, 6-7 p.m. The Dakota and Ojibwe Skies James Rock (Dakota) Director of Indigenous Programming Marshall A. Alworth Planetarium University of Minnesota Duluth at the 16th Annual Student Research Forum Wednesday, March 18 This annual event is open to students of all disciplines conducting work under the direction of an Ohio State Newark faculty member or lecturer. The forum aims to increase collaborative, student-faculty research endeavors at the Newark campus, to encourage participation in honors research, and to further the goals of The Ohio State University Denman Undergraduate Research Forum and The Ohio State University Undergraduate Research Office at the Newark campus. This forum is an opportunity for students to present their school-funded research before a diverse panel of judges. The date for presentations and awards: Presentations: 1-4 p.m. Awards Ceremony: 4:15 p.m. John Gilbert Reese Center 1209 University Drive Newark Campus

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