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Quality Team Awards

The 3rd Annual Quality Awards Ceremony will be held on Wednesday, July 25, recognizing the winners of the Distinguished Teaching Awards, the Distinguished Full Professor Awards (new last year), the Staff Employee of the Year, and the Continuous Quality Improvement Team Awards.
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March 19, 2012

Graduate flexes muscles

Join the Welcome Team

Employee Resource Group meetings

Annual Aviation Symposium

TRiO students complete service project

Fitness Center locker rooms

March 15, 2012

Preview Columbus State's mobile website

Colleague Desktop IU to be removed

Construction work to be completed over break

Easy access to Library databases

Weight Watchers spring session

Bortz, Owens publish

Honor society takes awards at Regional

Columbus State TV ads named best in nation

New look for online files

March 12, 2012

Celebrating 50

Making History

Winter grads to hear State Auto CEO

Great Colleges survey coming

New cuisine on the block

March 8, 2012

March SEOM

Quality Team Awards

Mid-Year Discussion Forms

New officers learn about campus law enforcement

Health Rewards Briefing

Cougar Challenge 5K

CCI Students present in New Orleans

Concert Band at King Arts Center

March 5, 2012

Mobile advertising, Egyptian-style

Sidewalk closed during Union Hall construction

Switch 2 Semesters terminology

Health Rewards Program

Christopher's menu

Student writing forum at Delaware

March edition of The Partner

Fidelibus elected to board, presents at conference

March 1, 2012

Is Columbus State a great college to work for?

Do you know TRiO?

Volunteer for Science Day

Ethics questionnaire

Mid-Year Discussions in COOL

Win with your Strengths

Columbus State women's issues

5k Cougar Challenge to support scholarships

February 27, 2012

See video, photos of Biden event

Employee Service Award reminder

ITDL Seminars

February 24, 2012

White House launches tour from Columbus State

Social Sciences roundtable: "Is Keynesianism Dead?"

Employee Service Awards

Article features Humanities, ITDL partnership

Shared directories move to new server

Fee Waiver deadline

Wilson, Rezin on national board

Smith graduates from Law Enforcement Executive program

February 20, 2012

Dr. Jill Biden college tour

Bicentennial cake competition

Barnhart's "Titanic"

Chorus' Winter Quarter concert

Spring Street submission deadline

Payment Plan course

DiPietro's new work

Michael D. Forrest scholarship

Bookstore movie showing

Core strength class

 

 

 

 


This week at Columbus State
Monday March 26

Spring Quarter Classes Begin

Women's Empowerment and Wellness Fair, Delaware Campus, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Tuesday March 27
Wednesday March 28
Thursday March 29

 

 

 

Friday March 30


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Christopher's will reopen Spring Quarter.

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March 29, 2012

Distinguished Teaching Award finalists selected

After reviewing a record 70 portfolios from the 2011 Distinguished Teaching Award nominees, the selection committee as has chosen ten finalists for classroom observation during Spring quarter. Of these ten, four will be selected and honored as Distinguished Teaching Award winners during the Quality Awards Luncheon to be held on Wednesday, July 25. Please congratulate the finalists:

Reuel Barksdale, Business Programs
Henry Bawden,
Interactive Media
Amy DiBlasi,
Business Office Applications
Jennifer Dragoo,
Developmental Education
Christine Evenson,
Interpreter Education Program
Lydia Gilmore,
Business Management
Carolyn Kaufman,
Psychology
Theresa Kegley, Mathematics
Jon Lundquist, Interactive Media
Merideth Sellars, Biological Sciences

Learn more about the Distinguished Teaching Award, see the 2011 nominees and past winners, and nominate a faculty member for the 2012 award online at
http://cscc.edu/faculty/DTA.shtml.
 

In-Service Day information and meal reservations

In-Service Day will be held Friday, April 20 on the downtown campus from 7:45 a.m. – 5 p.m.  No day classes will be held April 20. Following a general session with President Harrison, breakout sessions for each of the vice presidents’ areas will be offered. After lunch, departments/divisions will coordinate their own professional development activities for employees. Both meals will be held in the ground level of the Parking Garage to allow enough space and avoid weather-related issues. You are reminded to RSVP for meals during In-Service by registering at the links below by April 13.

In-Service Day Schedule
7:45 – 9:00 a.m. – Continental breakfast, ground level Parking Garage

You may RSVP for breakfast here:
   http://web.cscc.edu/is/EmployeeTraining/register.asp?C=398&D=2532

9:00 a.m. – Welcome and morning session with President Harrison
11:00 a.m. – Breakout sessions with each Vice President (locations to be announced in General Session)
12:00 noon – Lunch served, ground level Parking Garage

You may RSVP for lunch here:
http://web.cscc.edu/is/EmployeeTraining/register.asp?C=399&D=2533

1:30 – 5:00 p.m. – Professional Development activities coordinated by Departments/Divisions. (Locations to be announced by Department/Division supervisors)

 

Please send your RSVPs for breakfast and lunch by Friday, April 13 so we may complete the food order.


In-Service Day planning for supervisors

At the Spring In-Service Day, Friday, April 20, the session offered from 1:30-5:00 p.m. has been scheduled for departments and/or divisions to arrange professional development activities for their employees.

These activities should be chosen by each department/division, and communicated to employees prior to In-Service Day, so that each employee knows when and where to meet after lunch.

Arrangements for rooms should be coordinated through Central Scheduling.  A/V and equipment needs can be requested through Media Services. Interpreting services can be requested through Disability Services.

If you would like the In-Service Day Committee to add your department/division’s information to the In-Service website, please submit that information by April 16 to Tony Goins, web content coordinator, and it will be posted prior to In-Service Day. 
 


Financial aid for textbooks to change Summer Quarter
 

Columbus State is working to enhance the process by which students receive financial aid funds for the purchase textbooks and course materials, and ensure the funds are properly used.

Scheduled for a launch in Summer Quarter 2012, the new process will eliminate the practice of advancing funds via check or direct deposit to students. The previous process often caused students to delay their purchases and be unprepared for their classes.

Based on availability of funds, the new process will provide eligible Financial Aid students with a credit at the Columbus State Bookstore of up to $500. These funds will be available prior to the start of the term and can only be used toward the purchase of textbooks and course materials in-store at the Columbus campus. 

All remaining financial aid credit balances, including the balance of unused Bookstore credit, will continue to be disbursed through check or direct deposit starting the second week of the term.

This change supports Columbus State’s goal to increase student success by ensuring that funding is available prior to the term and that students have secured books and materials before the start of classes.

For more information about the new process go online here: http://www2.cscc.edu/services/fabookstore/faq.shtml

 


Cougar Challenge 5k Team early deadline extended

You can join in the Employee Team Challenge during the Cougar Challenge 5K by registering a team by April 6 for more chances to win. Here is how it works:

·        Register yourself by going to the cashier’s office in Rhodes Hall (to avoid online service charge) or by registering online.

·        Join or create a team of six employee runners. Predict your combined finish time then send your team roster and prediction to Nichole Bowman-Glover. The team that is closest wins Dick’s Sporting Goods gift cards.

·        Or, join or create a team of ten employee walkers. Register your team with Nichole to be entered in a random drawing for Dick’s gift cards.

·        Don’t delay! Register a team by April 6 and your team will be entered into an early bird drawing.

If you are among the first 100 to register overall you will be entered into two drawings for a pair of Taste The Future tickets.

The ultimate winners of the Cougar Challenge 5K are Columbus State students because race proceeds will go toward endowing student textbook scholarships. So walk, run and enjoy a spring morning at beautiful Bridgeview

 


Complete the Great Colleges survey

The survey window is now open for the Chronicle of Higher Education's Great Colleges To Work For survey. Six hundred Columbus State employees received an email from "surveys@modernthink.net" on March 16 with the subject line "The Chronicle's Great Colleges to Work For 2012 Faculty/Staff Survey Invitation." You also should have received at least two reminders.

 If you received this invitation please complete the survey. Columbus State is participating in this study to assess our workplace quality, culture and employee satisfaction. Your voluntary participation and honest feedback are critical to obtaining a full and accurate assessment. Our institution will not be given any information that would enable us to trace survey data back to any one individual.

 The survey window closes on Friday, April 13, so don't delay! For more information contact Rich James at ext. 2175.
 


Knott selected for statewide leadership participation

The Library is proud to announce that Delaware Campus Library Coordinator Dana Knott has been selected to participate in the statewide library leadership program, “Library Leadership Ohio 2012.” 

Developed by the State Library of Ohio, participants were selected based on their demonstrated leadership potential, communication skills, initiative, a commitment to the profession, and a forward-thinking approach to problem solving.  Knott is also a graduate of the Columbus State Leadership Institute.