Thursday, August 13, 2009

Colleague maintenance to take place over weekendColleague system maintenance will take place on Saturday, August 15, from 6:00 p.m. through Sunday, August 16, at 6:00 a.m. During this maintenance outage some other on campus
systems like printing or home directory (including storage.cscc.edu)
access will be intermittently interrupted.

Blackboard, Student email and GroupWise email will not be affected
by the outage.

Xerox network scanning will be unavailable on Monday,
August 17, in the morning. Maintenance to that system
will be complete by noon Monday.

If you have questions regarding this outage please contact
the Help Desk at ext. 5050.

 

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student workerDo you want to hire a student employee to help in your office – for free? The Federal Work Study program will host three information sessions for any department, staff, or faculty member interested in hiring a student employee. Hiring a student for Autumn Quarter and beyond is simple and budget free – 100 percent of student wages through the Work Study program are covered by financial aid.

The information session will walk through the process of designing, posting, and hiring for a student employment position, as well as offer tips for supervising students. Current departments including Admissions, the DX, and Student Athletics use student employees with much success to fill a variety of positions: front desk assistant, lab assistant, sales associate, office associate, filing clerk, and more.

Work Study Information Sessions:

Monday, August 17
Wednesday, August 19
Friday, August 21

WD 413
WD 413
WD 413

10-11 a.m.
2-3 p.m.
10-11 a.m.

For more information, contact Clayton Gibson at ext. 3622 or cgibso10@cscc.edu. The Columbus State Work Study program can be found online here.

 
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photo of KojoKojo: Fifty Years in Photography
June 5 - October 4, 2009


Photography instructor has show at Museum of Art
Kojo Kamau has taught photography as an adjunct faculty member for more than 10 years at Columbus State. But for more than 50 years, he has chronicled the history, politics and society of Columbus, and around the world.

To celebrate Kojo Kamau's 70th birthday this year, the Columbus Museum of Art is presenting: Kojo: Fifty Years in Photography. The exhibit runs through October 4.

About the exhibit, CMA says: “Throughout his life, Kojo Kamau has made major contributions to the vitality of the arts in Columbus. He is a community treasure and has been influential in supporting arts and artists in Columbus since the 1960s.”

Kojo: Fifty Years in Photography includes more than 60 photographs, both color and black and white, reflecting Kojo's five decades working the medium. The exhibition addresses themes that run throughout the photographer's career, such as community, travels, portraits of local and international artists and musicians, and political and social issues.

“History is important to me, and I often incorporate it in my photographs,” says Kamau. “We must not forget the lessons learned from history. Photography allows me the opportunity to communicate with the world.”

Reminder: Community Care Day logoOn Tuesday, September 15, Columbus State will participate in the United Way's "Community Care Day," which is central Ohio's largest one-day volunteer outreach event. Members of Columbus State's team will have an opportunity to partner with LifeCare Alliance, which administers Meals On Wheels, Project Open Hand, Carrie's Cafe, and other programs.

Volunteers are needed in the Meals on Wheels kitchen, at Project Open Hand’s pantry, in Carrie's Cafe and in the cafe exercise area, with Wii games for seniors.

The time commitment for serving as part of Columbus State's team would be either all day or half day. Staff volunteering could use vacation or personal time. To join Columbus State's Community Care Day team, contact Barbara Smith-Allen in Institutional Advancement at ballen02@cscc.edu or at ext. 5433 by Friday, August 14.

Free online classes from MindLeaders offered for employees logoMindLeaders online classes are back and ready for access, free of charge for employees of Columbus State. You can use MindlLeaders coursework in your PERFORMs professional development requirement, or just enjoy learning about Office 2007 and other topics.

The course offerings are:

  • Microsoft Office Related:

    • Office 2007 Overview

    • Word 2007

    • Excel 2007

  • Microsoft Vista

  • Instructional Design

  • Sexual Harassment Series

  • Budgeting and Saving

  • Business Ethics

  • Customer Service (Videos)

  • Project Management Professional Certification 2009

  • Project Management from a People Perspective

  • Photoshop

  • Coaching (Videos)

If you would like more information, or are interested in taking any of the courses above, please go to the Employee Enrichment "At Your Fingertips" page on the Instructional Technologies Institute website at http://iti.cscc.edu/mindleaders.html.