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Cosey expected to reach 1,000 points and potential college record today!

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Glenn Cosey in action earlier this year.

Columbus State’s Glenn Cosey will likely score his 1,000th point for the Cougars during tonight’s final home game of the season. The sophomore point guard has averaged 19 points a game and has now racked up a total of 995 points during his two seasons.

Cosey could also reach another milestone during the game. He’s within striking distance of the all-time school record of 1,011 career points. That mark was set by Bryant Jones during the 1993-94 and 1994-95 seasons.

Both of the achievements will be recognized at the end of halftime (just before the start of the second half). In addition, Bryant Jones – who has held the record for 17 years - will be honored at that time. He plans to attend the game and participate in the commemoration. Jones is a graduate of East High School in Columbus. 

Cosey has maintained a 3.4 GPA at Columbus State. He is currently being recruited by Div. I four-year schools. 

Wednesday’s tip off against rival Cincinnati State begins at 7:30 p.m., February 15, in the Delaware Hall Gymnasium on the Columbus State downtown campus. With a 23-3 record, the Cougars are ranked No. 3 in the National Junior College Athletic Association Div. II poll.
 

Distinguished panel to discuss solutions for success of minority men

Columbus States annual Brothers Keeper Panel TODAY features a group of local experts to identify issues and possible solutions to aid in the success of minority men. Students are encouraged to attend, ask questions and share stories to contribute to possible answers to current issues.

The panel is one portion of the college’s “MAN (Male Access Network) Initiative.” It’s an entertaining, educational and empowering year-long project focused on character-building and leadership development for young male students at Columbus State.
 

The panel discussion will take place on Wednesday, February 15 at 11 a.m. in room 435 at the Columbus State Conference Center located at the Center for Workforce Development. The panel guests include:
 

Napoleon Bell, II: City of Columbus, Director of the Community Relations Commission

Glenn Harris: Columbus Urban League, Director of the African American Male Initiative 

Dr. Betty Lovelace-Ross: Capital University, Associate Provost and Associate Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs

Dwight Smith: Sophisticated Systems, Inc., CEO/Founder and former Columbus State Community College board member

Mansfield Frazier: Neighborhood Solutions, Inc., Executive Director 

Steve Miller: St. Charles Preparatory School, Director of the Annual Fund



Gospel Vocal Ensemble honors broadcasting pioneer March 10

SaundersColumbus States Gospel Vocal Ensemble will honor a broadcasting pioneer with Triumph: The Sounds of Victory, a free concert on Saturday, March 10 at 7 p.m. in the Nestor Hall Auditorium. 

The concert is a tribute to James Edward Eddie Saunders, the first African-American disc jockey in Columbus. In 1948, Saunders started the longest running gospel radio program in the country on WVKO called, Sermons & Songs. His television program, Eddie Saunders Presents ran for 20 years.

The ensemble, under the direction of Emma Easton, will re-create his famous radio program by presenting tunes routinely heard from the 1940s to the 1970s. Additionally, various individuals, including local disc jockeys, who personally knew Saunders will recount experiences. Special musical talent is the vocalist Camille Doughty-Banner.

2012-2013 Semester Academic Calendar now online!

You can view all the dates and deadlines for the upcoming Switch 2 Semesters that begins Fall Semester 2012--online now at this link. Print it out or bookmark it for future reference!


Columbus State student featured speaker at STEMM event 

Choose Ohio First scholarships are awarded to students who are studying in the STEMM fields, ranging from $1,500 to $5,200 per student, per year.Approximately 500 Choose Ohio First scholarship recipients were recognized for their achievements, and Fitzpatrick was the only speaker currently enrolled in a STEMM program. Two graduates of the program at Kent State and Baldwin Wallace also gave comments.Keegan Fitzpatrick was one of only three student speakers at the Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine (STEMM) Scholar Showcase, held at recently COSI.

At the event, the students were also able to network with businesses and Ohio Means Jobs representatives with access to thousands of job openings.

group photoAt the recent STEMM event at COSI are, front row from left: Emily Gardner, Joe DiFrancesco, Christina Gambino. Second row, Max Mraz, Spencer Gardner, David Kopechek, Maggie Odiorne, Tommy Odiorne, and Keith Hamrick. Third row: Brad Stahl, Keegan Fitzpatrick, Casey Branson, Matthew Yohman, and Kristin Balmert.

Supplemental Instruction

Save yourself time, learn the course material well, and pass the course with great grades. Start today!

Supplemental Instruction is a student-led study group for classes that have been identified as historically difficult for the typical student. You should attend the SI study sessions if you want the guidance from successful students who have excelled in this class. The Supplemental Instruction Leader will be a student chosen by your instructor. Attendance is voluntary however, those who have incorporated Supplemental Instruction into their study plan report learning as much in one 50-minute session as they do when studying 2 1/2 hours alone!

Rescue your GPA and course outcome! Currently, SI is active learning assistance for the following classes: Basic English Level 7, CIT101, DEV031, HIMT121, ITT125, ITT129, ITT205, MATH102, MATH103, MATH104, MATH130, and MATH135, PSYC100, RESP114, RESP150. The Westerville Center also has MATH102 and Math 103. Spring Quarter will have SI for NURS100. For more information - contact your instructor to find a Supplemental Instruction Leader on campus.


Capital University invites you

Capital University's Adult & Continuing Education program has been helping adult students achieve their educational goals for over 30 years.  If you could benefit from a flexible, evening class format at a discounted tuition rate, learn more about our degree completion programs by registering for our next information session on Thursday, February 16 at 6:30 p.m. in the Ruff Memorial Learning Center at Capital. Contact Craig Sohl, assistant director of Adult & Graduate Education Recruitment, at 236-6689 or email csohl@capital.edu to register.

 


 

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