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4:30 - 6 p.m. Page Hall Room 240A or Zoom Professional Training: Resume Writing Workshop

Career fair season is coming quickly, and we want you to be prepared! This workshop will help you reframe the goal of your resume, how to tell your story, and how to get noticed by companies! We will provide examples to help you shape your resume, provide feedback, and answer your questions on how you can make your resume more effective.

 
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11 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET Hybrid: Page Hall Room 130 (LEC) or Zoom Meeting Glenn College Colloquium - The Rent-Price Ratio in the 21st Century: Measurement and Implications

The Rent-Price Ratio in the 21st Century: Measurement and Implications

Presented by Dr. Lara Loewenstein 

 
 
4 -5 p.m. Zoom Webinar The Big Ten Collaboration: Democracy in the 21st Century presents- Mayors Forum

The Big Ten Collaboration: Democracy in the 21st Century presents a panel of mayors: Aftab Pureval (Cincinnati), Lori Lightfoot (Chicago), Mike Duggan (Detroit) and Bruce Teague (Iowa City).

 
 
6 - 7 p.m. ET WOSU Ross Community Studio – 1800 N. Pearl Street Dialogue: Post-Roe Ohio

Two months after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the fight over abortion has moved to the state courts and state legislatures. Left to navigate the new reality are doctors, nurses and, of course, people seeking reproductive health care. This Dialogue discussion will examine how Ohio and the rest of the country will adapt to a post-Roe world.

 
 
6 - 7 p.m. Page Hall, First Floor Young Alumni Career Panel

Glenn College alumni will discuss the different and meaningful ways they are using their degrees after graduation and how current students can set themselves up for success.

 
 
3:30-6 p.m. Page Hall Lawn Glenn College Welcome Week Social

Engage with Glenn College students, faculty, staff and alumni outside with games, food and fun!

 
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11 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET Hybrid: Page Hall Room 130 (LEC) or Zoom Meeting Glenn College Colloquium - Creating a Culture of Nutrition Equity: Moving Ideas into Actions for Food Justice

Creating a Culture of Nutrition Equity: Moving Ideas into Actions for Food Justice

Presented by Dr. Darcy Freedman

 
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5:30 - 7 p.m. Woodland's Backyard - 688 Grandview Ave. Glenn College Alumni Society Fall Social

Join the Glenn College Alumni Society for an autumn after-work gathering to reconnect and network at Woodland's Backyard!

 
 
5:30-6:30 p.m. Page Hall Policy Forum CANCELED: Civil Discourse in an Uncivil Age - A Talk with Alex Heffner

This event has been canceled. 

The Institute for Democratic Engagement & Accountability (IDEA) is proud to bring Alex Heffner, host of PBS series The Open Mind, to campus Sept. 29 to share opportunities for meaningful, effective political engagement that does not further contribute to polarization and division. Alexander is a coauthor of the bestselling A Documentary History of the United States (Penguin, 2022) and has covered American culture, politics, and civic life since he was an student during the 2008 presidential campaign. 

 
 
6 - 7 p.m. Page Hall LEC (Room 130) John Glenn Civic Leadership Council Welcome Event and Ice Cream Social

Come out for some ice cream and join us for the first John Glenn Civic Leadership Council meeting of the year!