PERFORMs self reviews due Friday
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At today’s Spring Fling event, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 pm. in the Courtyard, join the students and enter a raffle to win concert tickets to one of TEN different concerts coming up at Lifestyle Communities Pavilion!
The Splat student newsletterbooth will have $1 raffle tickets, with the proceeds to benefit The Mid Ohio Food Bank. Each $1 ticket is good for a chance to win two tickets to the concert of your choice! Or you can buy 6 chances for $5!
The concerts we will raffle are:
Bret Michaels – May 30
Snoop Dogg (at Newport Music Hall) – June 10
Adam Lambert – June 14
311 – June 24
Cheap Trick & Squeeze – July 9
Weird Al Yankovic – July 10
O.A.R. – July 21
Jimmy Cliff – August 3
Primus – August 5
The Black Crowes – August 22
Christopher’s is open tonight
Help Alum Creek – and get dirty!
As good stewards of the environment, Columbus State and the Friends of Alum Creek & Tributaries (FACT) are hosting a stream cleanup event at Bridgeview Golf Course on Sunday, May 23, at 2 p.m.
Volunteers are needed to remove trash and debris in and around Alum Creek near the Bridgeview Golf Course and driving range. Parking will be in the lots on the north side of Agler Road. If you would like to help out, please e-mail Jeff Bates, professor in Environmental Science, Safety & Health, at firstname.lastname@example.org. More details can be found here.
Next Screen ’n’ Speak hosted by Black Student Union
Seminars from ITDL:
“The Keys to a Culture of Assessment: Value and Respect”
This seminar will examine how your campus community can develop a culture of assessment that faculty and administrators will support and embrace. In this 90-minute audio presentation, you'll learn about critical steps including:
Clearly communicating the value and importance of assessment.
Determining the depth and breadth of resistance on campus.
Respecting campus history and values.
Adopting strategies that value faculty concerns.
Building sufficient flexibility into assessment approaches and expectations.
Supporting innovation and risk-taking.
Streamlining the assessment process and easing administrative burdens.
Providing infrastructure and other resources to support assessment activities.
Choosing the best assessment coordinators.
Developing meaningful incentives. And much more.
When: Wednesday, May 19 (1:00 -3:00 p.m.) -Register
Where: CT 107
Presenter: Linda Suskie, Vice President of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education
“I've been looking all over, but my lecture is not where it used to be!”
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! Mark your calendars. Lunch will be provided for attendees of this event.
When: Friday, May 21 (10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.) - Register
Where: CT 107