Inauguration Week video, photos

HarrisonSome of the highlights from hundreds of photographs taken at various Inaugural Week activities are included in this gallery of photos, as well as a video.
Read more

Treschelle Kendrick named March SEOM

KendrickWatch a video about this 14-year employee who was named Staff Employee of the Month for March for her work as an HR specialist.
Read more

Blackboard 9.1 Training

Blackboard 9.1 is very different from the previous version. Training is strongly recommended - and easy!
Read more

Previous Stories:

March 17, 2011

500 students to graduate

Inauguration week video, photos

Blackboard help center

Dental Hygiene Alumni set record

Weekly security tip

AED, CPR training

March 14, 2011

Inauguration Day pride

PERFORMs discussions

Golf season begins

Landscaping helpers earn grant

Create a culture of excellence

Spring Fling

Happy Pi day

March 10, 2011

Feedback on VP candidates

ITDL Webinar

Free college textbooks for Ohio students

March 7, 2011

VP Candidate forum

Bike to campus

ITDL seminars

Employee Service Awards

Weekly security tip

March 3, 2011

VP Candidate forums

Inauguration Week

Kendrick named SEOM

Distinguished Teaching Award finalists

S.M.U.G. meeting

Weekly security tip

Create a Culture of Excellence

Kelly Shelton scholarship fund

AD Fed Columbus seminar

FirstTee Mental and Physical Conditioning workshop

February 28, 2011

Second VP candidate visits

Author Vanzant to sign books

Blackboard 9.1 training

Fee waiver deadline

LaMar-Nikoli elected to board

Thurber House writing camp

February 24, 2011

2nd VP candidate to visit

Ready for Blackboard 9.1?

Woodwinds to perform

Theatre Columbus State stages "Dead Man's Cell Phone"

Woodson appointed to board

Jacobs retires

February 22, 2011

Candidate forums today

Chorus to perform March 6

Gospel Ensemble to perform March 11

Women's self-defense class

Sustainability speaker rescheduled

Professional development opportunities

This week at Columbus State
Monday March 21

Spring Break, March 21-27

ITDL Blackboard Training: Delaware Campus,
MO245, 8-10 a.m.

Columbus Campus, CT 106, 10-11:30 a.m.
Blackboard training throughout this week

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


food photo
Christopher's is closed for the quarter.

ClawdetteFollow Clawdette Cougar on Facebook

facebook logotwitter logo

 

March 21, 2011

Spring enrollment up 2 percent

flowerSpring Quarter 2011 enrollment is up by a little more than 500 students, or 2.1 percent, to 29,278.  Enrollment at the Delaware Campus remains steady at 835 students registered to attend Spring Quarter. Online course enrollment saw the biggest enrollment increase with more than 20,000 “seats” sold—a 17% increase over last Spring Quarter. Enrollments at the off-campus sites were down overall by 17.5 percent, with increases seen only at the Marysville, Bolton Field and Tolles Technical Center sites.


                 

Two Professional Development series offered 

Two professional development series—one for supervisors and one open to all employees—are being offered at no cost to employees or their departments.

The series for all employees includes sessions on communication, conflict management, emotional intelligence and career development.

The series for supervisors will focus on the essentials of leadership, building an environment of trust, setting performance expectations, managing performance problems, and delegating for results. 

Additional information about the classes and links to register can be found here: http://www.cscc.edu/update/flyers/profdevelopment.feb.2011.htm

For assistance in identifying professional development opportunities contact:  Lori McKenzie, assistant director, ext.5212 lmckenzi@cscc.edu or Mary Francis McLaughlin, program coordinator, ext. 5220 mmclaugh@cscc.edu.


 

CAUSE Conference empowers young leaders

logoSponsored by Equality Ohio and funded by the Hermes Foundation, the CAUSE Conference is a summit for LGBT and allied leaders in the college and university community working for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender equality. The unique, two-day summit sets out to inspire, empower, and support students and young leaders ages 18-24 working hard for equality in their communities. The conference is free and runs Saturday, April 2 beginning at 9 a.m. through Sunday, April 3 at noon. The conference will be held in Columbus State’s Center for Workforce Development (WD). 

Students can register for the free conference here. For more information, contact Kim Brazwell.


Aviation Symposium honors Johns

The Columbus State Aviation Maintenance Technology hosted the 20th annual Ohio Aviation Maintenance Symposium March 16 and 17 at Bolton Field. Over the two-day event, approximately 510 aviation maintenance technicians and students attended recurrent training.  For certificated mechanics holding the Inspection Authorization designation by the FAA, the training is required for their annual renewal. The 26 speakers included Jeff Gruber, coordinator, Aviation Maintenance Technology, and Gene Sprang, associate professor, Aviation Maintenance Technology.  

getting award
At the 20th annual Aviation Maintenance Symposium, Mark Hardin, FAA, (left) Jeff Gruber and Dick Bickerstaff present the Founder’s Plaque to Laurie Johns. Johns was chairperson of the Aviation Maintenance Technology in 1991 when the Symposium was started.

Laurie Johns, administrator in Instructional Services and former chairperson of Aviation Maintenance Technology, was given a service award for founding the Ohio Aviation Maintenance Symposium in 1991.  Additionally, Mark Hardin, FAA, presented the Gold Award of Excellence to CSCC Aviation Maintenance Technology and presented the Bronze Award in Aviation Maintenance Technology to Jeff Gruber, Gene Sprang, and Michael Kent, an adjunct instructor. 

Attendees at the Symposium had the opportunity to visit 34 vendor displays, which were set up in the hangar of the Bolton Field Facility. 


Board Appreciation

Dolan with plaque

William J. Dolan, Board of Trustees, accepts a plaque from President Harrison at the Board of Trustees meeting March 17. Dolan was thanked for his “decisive leadership, distinguished service and personal dedication while serving as Chairman of the Board from 2009 through 2010.” Dolan is retired from the Children’s Hunger Alliance, where he served as CEO.