Columbus Arts Festival June 3-5



The 50th anniversary edition of the Columbus Arts Festival will kick off on Friday, June 3, at 11:30 a.m. in the Discovery District, bordering and including parts of the Columbus State campus.
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Preferred Pathway between Columbus State and OSU

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“The front door to the American Dream is the community college,” said OSU president Gordon Gee April 5 at a news conference held to announce the Preferred Pathway agreement with Columbus State. 
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May 26, 2011

Columbus Arts Festival

Int'l students visit Slate Run

Foundations of Excellence

AQIP is now CQI

Train the Trainer fundraiser

SHRM students recognized

Program helps young adults

May 23, 2011

GAP funds summer camp

Student employee of the year

Int. students work on garden

Nichols named treasurer

Psych students "reading buddies"

Leeman exhibit

Man of the Year award

Tree planted in friend's honor

Psychology adjunct given award

Open Enrollment ends May 31

Cancer support group

Operation Feed

May 19, 2011

Spring Fling in Delaware

Service Learning roundtable

Mammography van coming

Financial wellness seminar

Upward Bound students volunteer

Theatre auditions

Missed In-Service?

Social Sciences brown bag

Asset student places 3rd

ITDL: Softchalk

Strickland speed paints Johnny Depp

Save on textbooks at the DX

May 16, 2011

Going Zome

Theater to perform "Reckless"

Shredding at Spring Fling

Patzer earns Ph.D.

Adjunct Learning program

Tutoring discussion

ITDL: Data in grant proposals

Spring Fling 2011

Open Enrollment how-to video

May 12, 2011

PERFORMs reviews due

Cheetah attends class

Three lieutenants complete PELC

Health IT event

Arts festival June 3-5

Study table aid retention

CS named Fit-Friendly

Join SAC on Facebook

Robbins featured in B & W

Popular workshop offered

Delaware Teen of the Year

High School counselor's breakfast

Open Enrollment for Health benefits May 16-31

Coverage for dependents up to age 26

Concert band, chorus to perform

May 9, 2011

Arts & Sciences symposium

College Access Summit

CEWD offers free biomanufacturing program

Bicycling activities in May

Faculty complete orientation

M.A.N. initiative awards

Screen 'n' Speak

Year-end purchasing deadlines

Med Lab students recognized

May 5, 2011

Jones named May SEOM

"Tuneful Tuesdays"

HPC Boot Camp

SAC nominations

Cougar golfers capture title

All-Ohio Academic Team students

Shredding truck coming

Exercise lesson

Learn about Second Life

Operation Feed

Spring Fling coming

Matrix Monitor news


This week at Columbus State
Monday May 30

Memorial Day - All campuses closed


Tuesday May 31
Wednesday June 1
Thursday June 2
Friday June 3


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May 31, 2011

Reminders:

Today is the last day to enroll in medical, dental, vision, life and FSA accounts.

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Thursday is the Columbus State Bookstore Open House!  

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“Mining Data to Strike Gold” seminars will be offered June 1 and 2. 

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Leadership Institute graduates 24

Congratulations to the Leadership Institute Class of 2011 on their graduation, which took place on April 26. Class members include Barbara Allen, Maurice Anderson, Mary Ashley Ernsberger, Jonathan Baker, Dean Bortz, Analeah Charles, Julie Collins, Martina Cora, Teresa Frazier, Angel Gondek, Michael Hailu, Cassandra Hape, Cindy Klimek, Jon Kreger, Don Laubenthal, Kim Leggett, Mike Little, David Metz, Jonathan McCombs, Eric McMillon, Babette Money, Sharmaine Pechac, Deborah Robinson, and Jonathan Wray.

The Leadership Institute focuses on exploring and building leadership skills and competencies related to leading change. Participants must commit to a nine-month program that requires the completion of assigned readings, attending leadership development sessions as scheduled, and completing a group project. For information about applying for the 2011-2012 Leadership Institute, employees should contact Kristi Robbins at krobbin1@cscc.edu or ext. 3860.

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Leadership Institute 2011 graduates are: Bottom row left to right:  Jonathan Baker, Babette Money, Cindy Klimek, Angel Gondek, Analeah Charles, Mike Little, and Michael Hailu. Middle row: Jonathan McCombs, Martina Cora, Eric McMillon, Don Laubenthal, Kim Leggett, Cassandra Hape, Deborah Robinson, Barbara Allen, Sharmaine Pechac, and Teresa Frazier. Top row:  Dean Bortz, Maurice Anderson, David Metz, Julie Collins, and Jonathan Wray. Not pictured are Mary Ashley Ernsberger and Jon Kreger.

 

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Join Caribbean students for Caribana Thursday!

Did you know that June is Caribbean American Heritage Month? Did you know that Columbus State has at least 30 students from Caribbean countries? Join the Office of Diversity in celebrating the rich culture of the islands with an afternoon of fun! You can enjoy free island-inspired refreshments, field games, “island-hopping” and a raffle for prizes.

Caribana is Thursday, June 2, from 11a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Nestor Hall Courtyard and East Lounge. For more information email diversity@cscc.edu or call ext. 2426.

 

Writing Center to host workshop Wednesday

The Writing Center will host a workshop called Using Sources in Your Writing on Wednesday, June 1, from 1:30-4:00 p.m. in DE 112. 


 

bookfair posterScholastic Book Fair at the Bookstore June 2 - 8

Stop by the Bookstore during normal business hours to tour Scholastic's Book Fair Carnival, where you will find plenty of books for all ages, from children's books to best sellers to how-to manuals, cookbooks, reference books and more. Don't miss this great selection of all your favorites!

 

First Tee Columbus partners with Down Syndrome Association 

logoThe First Tee of Columbus kicked off Session I of the Down Syndrome Golf Academy May 25 in partnership with the Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio with funding through the National Alliance for Accessible Golf.  

The six-week program is for individuals with Down syndrome. The partnership with The First Tee® Columbus will expose participants, mentors and instructors to The First Tee Life Skills Experience. This curriculum teaches valuable life skills including problem solving, managing time, controlling emotions, making friends with diverse peers, working well with others and improving relationships with family and community.

The participants learn golf fundamentals and participate in activities designed to build character, instill life enhancing values and promote healthy choices.
The First Tee of Columbus is a program of the World Golf Foundation and is administered through Columbus State’s K-12 Initiatives department.

Secure Shredding has significant environmental impact 

paper shreddedIt's been five months since Columbus State started the secure recycling/document destruction program with Iron Mountain. While successfully contributing to the secure destruction of Columbus State documents, your participation in this program has also had a positive impact on our environment. You can see a chart of the total impact here. Thank you for your ongoing support of this initiative. Please contact Rob Clifford at extension 3686 if you have any questions.

 

The Spoken Word:  What do our students have to say?

Melissa Logue, instructor in Modern Languages, will offer a hands-on workshop in which participants will learn about a variety of free tools that can be used to orally capture students’ thoughts and responses.

These tools can also be used as a convenient and effective method for instructors to disseminate feedback and to deliver various announcements. Foreign language instructors can use such technologies to capture oral exams. ESL instructors can use these tools to help students practice pronunciation and speaking. Nursing instructors can use these instruments to capture students’ interactions with patients. Math instructors can record short videos on how to solve difficult equations that can then be embedded into Blackboard.

Any instructor who has students doing oral presentations can use such software to encourage practice and to provide feedback. Web instructors are encouraged to incorporate such technologies in their online classes, in order to build community and teacher-student presence.

Please mark your calendars for Friday, June 3 from 2-4 p.m. The workshop will be held in FR 310. Since we will be using computers and headphones, advance registration is required by contacting Melissa Logue at mlogue@cscc.edu or by phone at ext. 5278.