Community leaders who made extraordinary efforts in contributing to the welfare of central Ohioans were honored by the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) at the State of the Region Luncheon held May 4 at the Grand Battelle Ballroom in downtown Columbus.
President Moeller received the Regional Leadership Award, derived from the Commission's “continuing dedication to addressing issues that transcend community boundaries and to stimulating visionary thinking.”
First introduced in 1997, the Regional Leadership Award recognizes individuals in a 12-county region (Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Knox, Licking, Madison, Marion, Morrow, Pickaway, Ross and Union counties) who make extraordinary efforts to ensure the future viability of the region's communities.
At the ceremony, presenters said: “Val Moeller led the creation of the largest online education program in Ohio; she created the college's Community Education and Workforce Development Division to promote noncredit job and business training; she expanded the college to offer classes and degrees at a number of suburban sites in Franklin, Delaware, Madison, Pickaway and Union counties; and she initiated and led the effort to create Columbus State's new Delaware Campus.”
Mark your calendars for Columbus State Music Showcase June 1!
Columbus State’s music programs will host their Spring Showcase at the Southern Theatre on Tuesday, June 1 starting at 7:30 p.m. The free concert will feature Columbus State's four principal performing groups: Chorus Columbus State, Gospel Vocal Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble and Concert Band. Don't miss this opportunity to hear Columbus State's great music performed in the historic Southern Theatre (21 E. Main St.) For more information contact Thomas Lloyd firstname.lastname@example.org, Gordon Franklin email@example.com or Emma Easton firstname.lastname@example.org
Memorial Service planned for Dr. Mark A. Koerner
Reader volunteers needed for Spring Graduation Ceremony
The upcoming Spring Quarter Commencement will be held on Friday, June 11, starting at 10 a.m. in Veterans Memorial. Four faculty members are needed to read the names of each graduate as they cross the stage (alphabetically, by order of technology).
The spring ceremony is our largest, and more than 500 students are expected to attend. If you would like to share the honor of reading each of their names as they present themselves for degrees, please email email@example.com to volunteer!
Move to Union Hall complete, Communication Department holds Open House May 25
The Communication Department, now located in the renovated lower level of Union Hall, (where Public Safety used to be) will host an Open House on Tuesday, May 25 from 2 - 4 p.m. The event will feature tours of the new facilities, information on existing and new programs and courses, and a brief, but exciting 3:00 p.m. performance by members of the cast of Love's Fire. Refreshments will be served. Everyone is invited, so please stop by!
This red fox was captured on camera by wildlife photographer extraordinaire Elina Vayntraub, in the grass lot next to the 28S parking area, not far from the howling beagles in the Veterinary Technology kennels. The smart fox knows that there won’t be any horses and hounds chasing her here! Elina reports that this vixen was spotted earlier with four kits near her downtown den.
One more day to RSVP to Employee Celebration
The deadline to sign up to attend the annual Employee Celebration has been extended to Friday, May 21, at 5 p.m. The celebration will be held Friday, June 4, at the Columbus Athenaeum downtown, and we are nearing capacity, so be sure to get your RSVP in to Nina Reese by tomorrow at 5 p.m.!
Please visit the online invitation http://www.cscc.edu/engage2010/ for more information about the event.
Eleventh session Adjunct Faculty Advanced Learning Workshop offered
Applications can be obtained from CT 107 or from your department chair. The application is also online here. The deadline to apply for the summer 2010 program is Friday, June 11.
Please send all completed applications to Rosemary Mayberry, in CT 107.
Still time to register!
Hear "micro-lecture" expert Charles Penrose live via videoconferencing and find out about new technologies to deliver your lectures at the "I've been looking all over, but my lecture is not where it used to be!" session in the Innovation Center tomorrow ( May 21, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. in CT 107).
Lectures are not where they used to be 30 years ago, 10 years ago, or even 3 to 5 years ago. Students are changing, teachers are innovating, and technology is advancing. So we are going to have a day-long event focusing on one of the foundational elements of higher education: the lecture. Join us as we look at new strategies and new technologies from both the instructor's point of view and the student's perspective. Microlectures with Jing! Annotation with smart technologies! Student recall with Livescribe! And a lot more! Sign up now to attend! Lunch will be provided for attendees of this event.
Friday, May 21 (10a.m. – 4 p.m.) - Register
Want to ride the bus to the Delaware Grand Opening?
Columbus State will again offer our employees the opportunity to ride up to the new Delaware Campus on a tour bus, Monday, June 28, departing at 10 a.m. for the 11 a.m. ceremony. In order to get an accurate count for the bus(es), please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Ride the Bus” and we will count you for a seat on the bus! (Important: June 28 is the first day of Summer Quarter, so the timing of the Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting of the Delaware Campus may not be ideal for some.)
The ceremony will include dedication of the new building, a ribbon-cutting ceremony, campus tours and an outdoor barbecue luncheon, to conclude at 3 p.m. Those who will want to leave earlier from the Grand Opening may want to drive separately.
In addition to the bus, the college encourages carpooling to the event.
Woodwind Ensemble to perform May 25
There’s still time to visit Christopher’s tonight
You can still grab a delicious meal at Christopher’s Restaurant tonight starting at 6:15 in Eibling Hall Room 05. The Hospitality Management students are serving dinner two nights a week during Spring Quarter – Wednesday and Thursdays from 6:15-7:30 p.m. Tonight’s dinner features beef kabobs, Swiss cheese chicken, or eggplant rollatini, plus all kinds of delicious sides.