Monday, December 28, 2009
The Year in Pictures: 2009

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Moeller Hall
another view of Moeller Hall

 

Two views of "Moeller Hall," as it looked in December. The environmentally-friendly building will be home to about 2,000 students a year from now.


The steel frame skeleton of Delaware Campus was just coming together at this time last year.
Inauguration viewers
January 20, 2009: Nestor Hall student lounge is packed to capacity to view the historic inauguration ceremony of President Barack Obama.
Though She Wrote performs
High School band "Though She Wrote" performs at the Columbus State-sponsored Battle of the Bands  March 31. The band won the competition, earning full scholarships for each member to Columbus State.
President's signing
Franklin University president Dr. David Decker and Dr. Moeller sign a 3+1 articulation agreement on March 2.
All Ohio students
Robert Knode, left, digital photography major, and Sarah Garno, Associate of Science major, right, pose with Dr. Moeller at the annual All-Ohio Academic Team luncheon, where they were recognized with scholarships.
teachers of the year
Employee of the YearAt the Employee Recognition Event held in June , four Distinguished Teaching Award winners were recognized, from left: Leslie Smith, Mathematics, Sudha Kolathu-Parambil, Mathematics, Gene Strickland, Digital Photography, and Dr. Julie Molnar, Modern Languages, pose with Dr. Moeller.

Below: James Stafford, Network Administrator, was named 2009 Staff Employee of the Year.

Lenore and SteveLenore
Columbus State bid farewell to one of its longtime employees, Lenore Schneiderman, at her department's annual Humor Workshop on May 19. At left, Steve Wilson, former chair of MH/CD/MR recognizes her 37 years of service.
art show
In April, the Interactive Media and Technology department hosted the annual Downtown Digital Arts Festival.

40,000th graduategraduate huggin

Donna Mitchell is recognized at the Spring Quarter graduation ceremony for being the college's 40,000 graduate. The first graduation was in 1965.  Right: After the ceremony, a grad receives a proud kiss .

festival photo
The Columbus Arts festival was held in June, in the streets between the CCAD and CSCC campuses.
video shoot
Interactive Multimedia student Emmanuel Benjamin scolds instructor Neal Schmitt for not looking both ways. The two were making a YouTube video as part of a class project in Schmitt's IMMT Special Topics class in August.
Teri Gehr at Welcome Back
Jan Rogers, Brian Seeger, Marty Maliwesky, Renee Hampton, Wayne Cocchi and Mark Querry serve up hot dogs at Welcome Back day, September 30.
new weight room
The Fitness Center, in the newly renovated and expanded Delaware Hall, opened for Fall Quarter.
teachers walking from lot
Robyn Lyons-Robinson and Sue Longaberger were two faculty members who volunteered to park at Fort Hayes High School parking lots to make room for the deluge of students that came in September.
hand gel
Staff, faculty and administrators gathered to send off former Dean of Arts and Sciences, Dr. David Hockenbery, who retired from the college in September.
student ambassadors
Clawdette the Cougar seemed to be everywhere this year - here she poses with the Student Ambassadors on "Move it and Lose it" day.
wildflowers
This area of wildflowers, still blooming happily on November 18, was part of the College's initiative to reduce carbon emissions from mowing grass lawns.
volleyball playersBasketball action
Both women's volleyball and men's basketball teams excelled last year, with both teams competing in the NJCAA National  Tournament.

 

Time Management class specially priced for CSCC employees clockHave you ever been asked to do more with less? Ever felt like you reach the end of the day… knowing that you have been incredibly busy all day and not moved one step closer to your goals? Ever felt like you will never catch up?

“Time Mastery! Managing Multiple Projects, Priorities and Deadlines” just may be the stress reliever that you are looking for! The class is designed to help you develop the necessary skills to set priorities, meet the daily challenges of managing professional and personal responsibilities, and increase overall efficiency.

On Wednesday, December 30, from 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., we will explore your current time management effectiveness in 12 categories including planning, scheduling, interruptions and procrastination.

A fun, fast, and interactive training session will then be presented to help participants improve their time management skills in 4 of these key categories. A workbook with practical tips and a detailed framework for a personal development plan will also be provided.

The core of our seminar is a time-management instrument called the Time Mastery Profile®. The profile is sent via email and an on-line assessment is completed prior to the class. This allows The Center for Workforce Development to customize the seminar, tailoring the content to the specific needs of the people in class and provides a complete report to each individual’s specific time management strengths and weaknesses.

Upon completion of the program, each participant will leave with their learner participant guide (workbook) and assessment results to refer to as needed.

This class is specially priced for Columbus State employees at $49. To register click: https://obcinc.org/CSCC/Register1.php?cID=1595 or call Tracy at ext.5489 to receive your discount.

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Online safety reminder from IT The Information Technology Department wants to remind you to think about the online safety of our children. It is important to provide the children with helpful guidance so they can safely navigate the online world. For detailed and useful information to parents, teachers or guardians of children, please refer to "Net Cetera: Chatting with Kids About Being Online," a publication designed and made available at the federal government's online safety site: http://www.onguardonline.gov/pdf/tec04.pdf.


 
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