Black History Month continues with the following events:


Thursday, Feb. 24
Poets in Black Poetry Reading

12 p.m.
Nestor Hall East Lounge

 

Volunteers needed for Central District Science Day

graphicColumbus State will host the Ohio Academy of Sciences Central District Science Day on Saturday, March 19. Read more

Previous Stories:

February 17, 2011

Senior VP candidate forums

Nursing Dept. hosts conference

"Teaching with the iPad"

Financial Wellness seminar Feb. 23

February 14, 2011

Students sign pledge

PERFORMs Learning Community

Eating disorders discussion

Columbus State saves a forest

Iron Mountain shredding benefits

Faculty book discussion

Aviation Maintenance scholars

February 10, 2011

Screen 'n' Speak: Good Hair

Class for new supervisors

Health/Wellness news

Wellness Fest 2/16

Weekly security tip

Cafeteria tour

OLN spring colloquium

February 7, 2011

Lecture: "Misconceptions about Psychology in the media"

Lift weights to lose weight

Teaching award nominees

Donated birthday cakes

Bookstore reviews for Black History Month


This week at Columbus State
Monday February 21

Open Gym, 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

logoRed Cross blood drive, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., NH Lounge

Zumba, 5:15-6:15 p.m., DE 158

Tuesday February 22
Wednesday February 23
Thursday February 24
Friday February 25


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Christopher's Menu for Thursday, Feb. 24

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February 22, 2011

Reminder: Candidate forums start today

RichardsThe first candidate forums for the position of Sr. VP for Academic Affairs are taking place today and tomorrow, February 22 and 23. An open forum will be held at 3 p.m. today, and the second faculty forum will be held at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow.  Both forums will be held in WD 409. The candidate is Dr. Rhonda Richards. You can read more about her here.  After attending a forum, you may complete the Feedback Form posted online at the above location.

Dr. Richards speaks with faculty members this morning.

 

 

Chorus to perform March 6

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Giovanni Pergolesi died at age 26 from tuberculosis.

The Columbus State Vocal Ensemble, under the direction of Gordon Franklin, will perform its Winter Concert at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 6, at the Franklin Park Conservatory, 1777 East Broad St.

The concert will include the chorus, soloists and a string orchestra. Schubert’s “Mass in G” and Pergolesi’s “The Magnificat” will be featured, accompanied by a selection of spiritual hymns and psalms.

During his short life (1710–1736), Giovanni Battista Pergolesi became an accomplished composer, violinist and organist. His “Magnificat” in B-flat is an excellent example of a Baroque Period four-part choral piece. The text of the “Magnificat” is derived from the vespers, or evening prayers in the Roman Catholic Church.

Franz Schubert (1797–1828) was an Austrian composer from the Classical Period. He is well known for his religious works. Schubert’s “Ave Maria” is perhaps one of the most widely known of his works. His “Mass in G” is a four-part choral piece written to accompany the Latin text in the Roman Catholic Church and varies only slightly from the Order of Mass. “Mass in G” is a pristine example of classical liturgical music.

 

 

Gospel Ensemble to perform twice on
March 11

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The Columbus State Gospel Vocal Ensemble.  Director Emma Easton is at center front.

The Columbus State Gospel Ensemble, under the direction of Emma Easton, will perform at the Presidential Inauguration on Friday, March 11, and perform their Winter Quarter concert at 7:30 p.m. in Nestor Auditorium.

The Gospel Ensemble will present "Paved the Way," the story and song of pioneers who braved societal issues to broaden the path for today's gospel singers. During this program, GVE will travel the streets of yesteryear to pay tribute to the father of gospel music, Thomas A. Dorsey, the queen of gospel, Albertina Walker, and trailblazer Andre Crouch. The concert is free and open to the public.

 

Women's self-defense class offered

The Office of Student Activities and Athletics will hold women’s self-defense classes on Tuesday, March 1, and Tuesday, March 8, from 12-1 p.m. in Delaware Hall Room 158. The classes are free and open to the public.  

 

Sustainability Committee speaker rescheduled for March 1

The Sustainability Committee invites the campus community to the rescheduled meeting with Jerry Tinianow, from the Center for Energy and Environment at the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission on Tuesday, March 1, at 2:00 p.m. in WD 404. The meeting was rescheduled from earlier this month due to bad weather. You can read more about the Center here: http://www.morpc.org/energy/center/main.asp.

Tinianow will discuss the activities surrounding Eco Summit 2012, which will be hosted in Columbus in the fall of 2012. 

 

Upcoming professional development opportunities listed

To see a complete listing of professional development courses and seminars on topics including technology, leadership, supervision, and much more, view the flyer online here.