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Events at the Glenn College bring thought leaders and policymakers to the stage to share diverse perspectives on issues that matter. Join us to participate in critical discussion, celebrate public service and access lifelong learning opportunities.

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9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Page Hall Lobby Blood Battle 2021

The Blood Battle is a longstanding tradition which began in 1982. During this month-long challenge, The Ohio State University must collect more blood donations than Michigan in order to win. Donating at blood drives on campus and in the community with Versiti means you’re helping patients at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center.

 
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7 - 10 p.m. Page Hall LEC (Room 130) & Policy Forum Election Night Watch Party

Join your friends at the John Glenn College of Public Affairs for biannual tradition, our fall Election watch party!

 
 
6 -7 p.m. Page Hall LEC (Room 130) Introductory Networking & LinkedIn Workshop

Join us for an introductory networking and LinkedIn workshop to begin developing your professional toolkit.

 
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6:30 - 9 p.m. Page Hall LEC (Room 130) USG’s Government Relations Committee Presents: Free the Facts Campus Policy Tour

Free the Facts is a nonprofit, nonpartisan policy organization whose mission is to break down the mandatory parts of the federal budget for young Americans. These spending policies will directly impact students’ futures, and the Free the Facts Campus Policy Tour helps young people get informed and excited to tackle big policy challenges. This event will focus on the Social Security program, and it will equip students with all the information necessary to talk about potential policy solutions in the real world. All information will be presented by Dr. Lindsay Hayes, a political speechwriter, communication strategist, and professor at the University of Maryland. 

 
 
4 -5 p.m. Page Hall LEC (Room 130) Social Change & Careers in Nonprofits: A Panel Discussion

Are you interested in careers in the nonprofit sector or how to make a difference in your community? If so, join your Glenn College peers for a conversation with some great nonprofit professionals!

 
 
6 - 7 p.m. ET WOSU Ross Community Studio – 1800 N. Pearl Street Dialogue: Rethinking Elections

With the nation so deeply polarized and candidates racing to their parties’ extremes, some are looking for different ways to run elections and choose those who represent us. Proposals range from top-two open primaries and ranked choice voting to abolishing the U.S. Senate and the Electoral College. This edition of Dialogue will explore alternatives to our current system, which many believe needs major reform.

 
 
5:30-6:30 p.m. Page Hall LEC (Room 130) Pre-Law 101: Law School Admissions and Timeline

"Pre-Law 101" focuses on the process and timeline for applying to law school, including components of the application, the LSAT, the timeline for preparation and application, and related topics.

 
 
6 - 7 p.m. Page Hall LEC (Room 130) Alumni/Professional Career Panel

Ohio State alumni and Public Affairs professionals will discuss their career journey and how students can set themselves up for success.
 

 
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