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Second year graduate students, stop whatever you are doing and register for the Glenn School Professional Mentorship Program. The school has extending the registration deadline for the program to Monday, April 28th.  
 
The Glenn School Mentorship Program is not only a great opportunity to gain invaluable insight beyond your own education and experience, but a chance to give yourself a competitive edge with the support and guidance of a mentor.  Whether you need advice or a sounding board, a mentor can inspire and guide you.  The Glenn School will match you to a mentor based on your personal profile.  
 
http://glennschool.osu.edu/prospective/mentorship/
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Glenn School showed their athletic prowess at the annual Glenn School PASA Olympics at Fred Beekman Park on Saturday (4/12/2014). Teams representing first year graduate students, second year graduate students and undergraduate teams competed in the traditional kickball match but new events were added including grapefruit passing, balloon relay and a game that required players to be the first to get their partner off the ground. It was a beautiful day and lot of fun. For the record: second year graduate students came in first, the undergraduate team came in second and the first year grad students were in third place.
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Alumni and Friends Reception 2014

More than 60 Glenn School graduates gathered at Due Amici Restaurant in Columbus for the annual Alumni and Friends Reception Thursday (April 10, 2014) evening. It was a great time to network, catch up with their classmates and meet new Glenn School grads.
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The Glenn School’s Rudy Hightower will be part of a panel discussion on the crisis in Ukraine, Wednesday April 16th at 6:30 P.M. in Saxbe Auditorium in the Moritz College of Law
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Glenn School 3rd Annual Graduate Student Policy Forum

You are invited to attend the 3rd Annual Glenn School Graduate Student Policy Forum on Thursday, April 17, from 5:00-9:00 pm at Page Hall.
 
Glenn School graduate students will unveil the results of their capstone research projects.  Research will be divided into three tracks: Nonprofit Policy, Food Policy and General Policy. Each track offers key topic areas as described below.

Nonprofit Policy 
Engage in discussion about policy issues facing nonprofit organizations.  Student presentations will be organized in consecutive panels around key topic areas.
 
Food Policy 
Engage in discussion about pressing issues in food policy. Student presentations will be organized around key topic areas.
 
General Policy 
Engage in overall policy issues. There will be thirteen presentations divided into three groups.
 
Space is limited, so please respond by April 16th. More information regarding the detailed program and logistics will be provided in advance of the Policy Forum. We hope you can attend! 

http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e94jq6h4d3d95400&llr=bg4q8zdab
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Congratulations to Glenn School MPA students Megan Howard and Kenneth Blacks for being selected for the Presidential Management Fellow (PMF) class of 2014 finalists. The PMF program is a prestigious two-year paid government fellowship sponsored by the Office of Personnel Management for recent graduate students in a United States government agency. They were selected to the program through a highly selective process which included an online assessment, essays and an intense in-person full-day assessment in Washington D.C.. Only 609 individuals were selected as Presidential Management Fellows out of an applicant pool of over 7,000. During their fellowship, Howard and Black will have leadership, management and policy training as well as a four to six month developmental assignment. 

http://www.pmf.gov/about/index.aspx
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Fascinating Battle Center Talk this afternoon at Page Hall on international aviation policy that centered on aircraft safety and crash investigation. Shawn Pruchnicki, research coordinator and lecturer at the Ohio State’s Center for Aviation Studies, talks about aircraft crash investigation as part of a panel made up of Seth Young, the director of the Center for Aviation Studies and Ronald Brower, corporate secretary and associate general counsel for NetJets, Inc.
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Professor Neal Hooker helped CBS News’ Moneywatch understand the significance of Walmart's, the country's largest grocer, decision to sell organic foods. Does Walmart's announcement mean organic foods have finally become mainstream? Not necessarily, says Hooker.
The mega-retailer's plan to launch a full line of affordable organic food products could remove a big stumbling block: price
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The Glenn School Presents: Food Technology Narratives
Featuring David M. Kaplan, Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at the University of North Texas and co-editor of the Encyclopedia of Food and Agriculture Ethics, editor of The Philosophy of Food, and currently writing a book titled Food Philosophy.  
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LC/CLC in DC 2014

Each year, the Glenn School’s Learning Community and Civic Leadership Council travel to Washington, D.C., to meet with political leaders including Senators Brown and Portman, to see the sights and to participate in an ongoing service project to help maintain the historic Congressional Cemetery.
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The John Glenn School of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University was founded on the principle that an informed and involved citizenry is essential for democracy to thrive. The Glenn School’s programs equip students with the skills to become tomorrow’s citizen-leaders or public service professionals. The skills taught at the Glenn School give them the knowledge necessary for civic engagement and to make a lasting change to their communities and the nation.