OSU-CHS Research Day set for February
|OSU-CHS graduate student Andrea Blair makes a poster presentation during Research Day last year.
OSU-CHS will host Research Day on Feb. 23-24. The event provides students and faculty the opportunity to present research projects and to highlight the variety of research taking place.
The deadline for submitting abstracts and posters is 5 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 27.
This year, the Office of Research and Medical Library are partnering to help students develop and design posters for the competition. The Medical Library is offering customizable poster templates and individual consultations. Schedule a consultation appointment by Friday, Jan. 13 by contacting Michelle Farabough or Julia Crawford, librarians for research and scholarly communications.
Check out the customizable poster templates at the Medical Library website and enter the password, ‘Poster’ to gain access to the page. For additional information about Research Day, visit the event website or contact Cynthia Lamon, director of Research Services.
OSU-CHS, including Physicians Clinics, close for Thanksgiving holiday
OSU-CHS, including the OSU Physicians Clinics, will be closed Thursday, Nov. 24 and Friday, Nov. 25 for the Thanksgiving break.
There will be no classes and all business and academic services offices, including Matthews Bookstore, will be closed throughout that weekend. Regular hours will resume Monday, Nov. 28.
The Medical Library will close at 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 23 and resume regular hours at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 26.
Seminar to examine sexual behavior, resilience in gay and bisexual men
Dr. Jeffrey T. Parsons, distinguished professor of psychology at Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, will discuss his research at 12:15 p.m. tomorrow in Main Hall 2227 at OSU-Tulsa.
Parsons will examine the results of his study, “Sexual Behavior, Syndemics and Resilience in a National Sample of Gay and Bisexual Men.” He will identify themes related to resilience extracted from the data and examine the variability in sexual health and sexual risk among that population.
His general research interests are health behaviors, LGBTQ issues and interventions designed to change sexual or drug use behaviors among various populations. He is the director of the Hunter College Center for HIV/AIDS Educational Studies and Training (CHEST).
The event is presented by the Center for Family Resilience at OSU-Tulsa and the OSU College of Human Sciences. A light lunch will be provided.
For more information, email Amanda Harrist, Ph.D., professor of human development and family science.