February 10, 2011
Christopher’s open today at 11 a.m.!
Don’t miss out on a fabulous lunch today at Christopher’s, the student-run dining experience in Eibling Hall 05. They are serving until 12:15 p.m. today. You can see the menu here.
Screen ‘n’ Speak today features Chris Rock documentary
Today’s movie discussion group, Screen ‘n’ Speak, will view the documentary “Good Hair,” co-created by comedian Chris Rock. When Rock’s daughter, Lola, came up to him crying and asked, “Daddy, how come I don’t have good hair?” the bewildered comic committed himself to search the ends of the earth and the depths of black culture to find out who had put that question into his little girl's head. The movie will play at noon in Union Hall 530 and is open to everyone.
Reminder: Arts & Sciences Faculty Lecture series today at 3 p.m.
Dr. Carolyn Kaufman will present a session called “Misconceptions about Psychology in the Media” at 3 p.m. in WD 407. The lecture is free and open to everyone.
Class offers tips to those new to supervisor role
Are you new to supervising at Columbus State? Looking to brush up on the most current policies and procedures for managing employees? Nuts & Bolts of Supervision at CSCC can help!
Nuts & Bolts of Supervision is a full-day class being offered to ensure supervisors and administrators have the necessary information to effectively navigate and perform HR related activities in their roles at CSCC. Topics to be covered include:
Functioning in the role of supervisor in performance management
Hiring processes and the system
Orienting new hires and what is covered for employees during on-boarding
Approving leave and the use of FML
Dealing with issues of harassment and discrimination
Safeguarding ethics in a publicly-funded organization
Managing the Disciplinary Process
This course can be taken March 31 or May 4, and runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Lunch will be provided.
Space in these sessions is limited so register today using this link:
Lots of heart health tips from USI in February newsletter
Read how to keep your heart health, how to rev up your activity level and even find a heart-healthy recipe for meatloaf in the February issue of Health&Wellness newsletter from USI.
Human Performance Center offers Wellness Fest Feb.16
The Sports and Exercise Studies Department and the Human Performance Center will host their annual Winter Wellness Fest on Wednesday, February 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Delaware Hall Gymnasium. You can watch fitness demonstrations, participate in the Fitness Challenge, earn points toward your Wellness Incentive program and much more! Click on the graphic to see the details.
Weekly Security Tip:
Don’t create “easy” passwords
When you change your password, make sure that it is not a simple, basic password. An example of an easy password might be “12345678,” the actual word “password,” any part of your name, children’s names, etc. Using this type of password might allow an unauthorized person to easily gain access to your account and obtain valuable information. To view Columbus State’s password requirements, please refer to section 20 of Columbus State’s Information Security Standard . If you have any questions about password safety, please call Rob Clifford at ext. 3686.
Cafeteria Tour 2011
Are you looking for something healthy to eat at lunchtime, but you don’t want to leave campus for fear of losing your parking spot? The Columbus State Cafeteria can help!
Join Dave Wallingford, Food Services as he takes us on a tour of “Healthy Food Options at CSCC,” Tuesday, February 15, from 10-11 a.m. The tour will depart from the cash registers in the Cafeteria.
Attending this session will earn you points for the Wellness Incentive Program and the Wellness Team Challenge. RSVP by contacting Nichole Bowman-Glover, wellness coordinator, ext.3989
Ohio Learning Network hosts first annual Spring Colloquium
The Ohio Learning Network invites higher education faculty, staff and administrators to attend the First Annual OLN Spring Colloquium, April 11-12, at the Columbus Hilton at Easton Towne Center.
Ohio Learning Network Colloquium: Best Practices Using Technology for Teaching, Learning and Student Services will provide opportunities for Ohio higher education institutions to share best practices for using technology in the general areas of student services and teaching and learning.
As eLearning in Ohio continues to grow, the need for additional eStudent Services and re-tooled academic pedagogies require educators to adapt and adopt new practices in the classroom and beyond. Learn about best practices, administration, new strategies, and what works and what doesn’t from your colleagues around the state.
OLN seeks interactive and engaging proposals in five different presentation modes. Visit http://www.oln.org/conferences/OLN2011/ to review the Request for Proposals (RFP). Proposal submissions will be accepted until February 14, and accepted presenters will be notified by March 1.
Online registration for the First Annual OLN Spring Colloquium will be available soon via the colloquium web site: http://www.oln.org/conferences/OLN2011/.