Comparative Studies Undergraduate Colloquium and Career Roundtable

Dr. Barry Shank hands an award to Emoni
April 12, 2024
10:00AM - 4:00PM
198 Hagerty

Date Range
Add to Calendar 2024-04-12 10:00:00 2024-04-12 16:00:00 Comparative Studies Undergraduate Colloquium and Career Roundtable The Department of Comparative Studies invites its undergraduate majors and minors to present and discuss their work with peers and faculty members in a colloquium that will be held on Friday, April 12, 2024 (please note that the time frame is actually TBD). Students from all years with completed papers or a thesis project, as well as works-in-progress, are welcome to submit proposals. We also welcome proposals from non-majors/minors who are writing papers for Comparative/Religious Studies courses. This is an opportunity to share and celebrate the variety of work being done in the department, as well as to gain presentation experience and feedback on your current research. The ProcessPresenters will be provided with a faculty or graduate student advisor who will help them prepare. Group practice sessions with graduate student mentors will also be planned to help first-time presenters rehearse their material. Students sharing a thesis or completed papers will be given 20 minutes to present. Students sharing works-in-progress will be given 10 minutes to present. The Due DateProposals have a 250-word limit and should be submitted to https://go.osu.edu/cscolloquium by 5pm on Friday, February 16th. If you would like advice on how to write a proposal, please contact your faculty advisor or one of the colloquium organizers well before the deadline. If you have any further questions, please contact:Isaac Weiner(.141, Faculty Organizer)Mark Anthony Arceno(.1, Senior Academic Program Coordinator) 198 Hagerty Department of Comparative Studies compstudies@osu.edu America/New_York public

The Department of Comparative Studies invites its undergraduate majors and minors to present and discuss their work with peers and faculty members in a colloquium that will be held on Friday, April 12, 2024 (please note that the time frame is actually TBD). 

Students from all years with completed papers or a thesis project, as well as works-in-progress, are welcome to submit proposals. We also welcome proposals from non-majors/minors who are writing papers for Comparative/Religious Studies courses. This is an opportunity to share and celebrate the variety of work being done in the department, as well as to gain presentation experience and feedback on your current research.

 

The Process
Presenters will be provided with a faculty or graduate student advisor who will help them prepare. Group practice sessions with graduate student mentors will also be planned to help first-time presenters rehearse their material. Students sharing a thesis or completed papers will be given 20 minutes to present. Students sharing works-in-progress will be given 10 minutes to present.

 

The Due Date
Proposals have a 250-word limit and should be submitted to https://go.osu.edu/cscolloquium by 5pm on Friday, February 16th. If you would like advice on how to write a proposal, please contact your faculty advisor or one of the colloquium organizers well before the deadline.

 

If you have any further questions, please contact:

  • Isaac Weiner(.141, Faculty Organizer)
  • Mark Anthony Arceno(.1, Senior Academic Program Coordinator)