SBDC named TechColumbus Finalist

BowersMichael Bowers, district director of the Ohio Small Business Development Center at Columbus State has been named as a TechColumbus Innovation Award semifinalist for Innovation in Non-Profit Service Delivery for the second consecutive year. 
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Apply for International Faculty Development Seminars in Cuba

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The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) has announced that applications are now open for summer 2012 International Faculty Development Seminars in Cuba 
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Student Affairs strengthens infrastructure

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During the 2011-2012 academic year, the Division of Student Affairs has begun a process of administrative and staff infrastructure and capacity-building. 
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December 12, 2011

Employee was movie extra

SBDC named TechColumbus finalist

Toys for Tots

TechColumbus elects Smith

Wellness seminar

Leeman exhibits

Glasses lost

December 8, 2011

Union Hall renovation

Sims named SEOM

Mathematicians retire

International students say "thanks"

DX cafe open through break

Health & Wellness, Matrix Monitor newsletters

December 5, 2011

Jackson to speak at commencement

Welcome Team needs you

Faculty seminars in Cuba

Cafeteria closed over break

Fee waiver deadline

Carman retirement cake

December 1, 2011

Delaware Campus food drive

Health & Fitness News

Fee waiver deadline

Commons closed during break

Stuff Your Bag Sale

Men's Basketball game

Weight Watchers info session

November 28, 2011

Student Affairs strengthens infrastructure

Concert Band to perform

Carman, Crouch, Brooks, Erney retirement receptions

Health Fair

Tour the Kelton House

SafeZone training

Credit Card training

IT techs recognized

Holiday Wellness Challenge

November 21, 2011

Toys for Tots campaign

New Automotive Certificate program

Chorus Columbus State winter concert

SBDC sweeps awards

November 17, 2011

Delaware students start food drive

ITDL Webinar

Fall concerts

Foundations of Excellence project concludes

Commemorative bricks

Iron Mountain shredding

Security patches begin

Thanksgiving dinner sponsors needed

The holiday challenge

Food services survey

November 14, 2011

Bowers reviews book

ODU LEAD program

Fire Science students can take exam

Boren Scholarship to study abroad

Basketball teams play Friday

Name that race

November 10, 2011

College Access Summit

Danesh says farewell

International Thanksgiving dinner

Library staff at ALAO sessions

HPC personal training

Aviation partners with Testing & Talent

One-day bottleneck

This week at Columbus State
Monday December 19

Cafeteria closed during break

Construction on Union Hall begins

Staff Advisory Council (SAC), 1-2:30 p.m., WD 413

Tuesday December 20
Wednesday December 21
Thursday December 22

 

 

Friday December 23


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Christopher's restaurant is closed Autumn Quarter.

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December 19, 2011

Marines for Tots

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Members of the Marine Reserves arrive at the Delaware Campus on December 15 to pick up the Columbus State donations to their Toys for Tots drive. More than 500 new toys were donated on both campuses and will be distributed to needy children by Christmas.
Marine reservists John O’Keeffe and Abu Farah, and Susan Thomas of Staff Advisory Council coordinated the Columbus State drive.

 

MLK Day celebration to feature best-selling author and scholar

DysonColumbus State’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration will be held on Tuesday, January 10 in the Conference Center Ballroom, and feature a keynote address by Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, one of the nation’s most influential authors and scholars.

Dyson is an American Book Award recipient and two time NAACP Image Award winner.  Named by Ebony as one of the hundred most influential black Americans, Dyson is the author of sixteen books, including Making Malcolm: The Myth and Meaning of Malcolm X and I May Not Get There With You: The True Martin Luther King Jr. He is a Professor of Sociology at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.

Dyson has appeared on nearly every major media outlet, including The Today Show, Nightline, O’Reilly Factor, The Tavis Smiley Show, and Real Time with Bill Maher.  He is a contributing editor at Time magazine and hosts an hour-long news and talk program on National Public Radio (NPR) called The Michael Eric Dyson Show, where he analyzes today’s biggest news stories.

The Columbus State event is free and open to the public, and begins at 11 a.m. in the Center for Workforce Development in the fourth-floor Conference Center.  Performances by the Columbus State Gospel Ensemble and Ft. Hayes High School band, as well as a film clip from the movie If I Had Sneezed—the story of Dr. King’s brush with death at a 1958 book signing in Harlem—will be included in the event.

The MLK Day Celebration is co-sponsored by Columbus State, City of Columbus, The Ohio State University Hale Black Cultural Center, and the Columbus Community Relations Commission.


Time to wash your face!

CPR dummies
Brigid Pack, a Work Study student in the Nursing Certificate program readies a laboratory manikin for cleaning after the end of Fall Quarter. Each manikin used in the CPR classes of Multi-Competency Health has its “face” removed for cleaning in a dishwasher, the lungs replaced, and the entire unit is then inspected for needed repairs. 

 

 

 


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Raiders are Ready—for college math!

math studentsDressed up in pirate “Raider” gear, students in the College Prep Math course at Reynoldsburg High School join their teacher Christine Rossetti for a group photo just before their winter break. From front left are: Jordan Stanley, Catie Evans, and instructor Christine Rossetti; top row: Jamyl Copeland, Tiarra Tartt, Carly Ring and Michael Sain.

Move over Dublin, Gahanna and Delaware – the Reynoldsburg Raiders have jumped aboard the Columbus State bandwagon.  Funded by an Educational Service Center grant, the east side school district is piloting a new math program designed by Columbus State faculty.  The mission?  Boost the retention rate of these students when they get to college.

"Students who take lots of developmental math courses in college are less likely to finish," said Kelly Hogan, professor of Developmental Education.  "It takes them longer to get up to speed, it uses up financial aid, and they can become discouraged."

Reynoldsburg  promoted College Prep Math last year to their high school juniors who were interested in attending college, and used the Compass test to determine their placement.  This fall, 75 now-seniors are enrolled in the computer-based program.

“The pilot has been very successful thus far," said instructor Christine Rossetti.  "There has been talk of as many as fifteen other high schools implementing the program next year."


And the winner is…

“Cougar Challenge" is the winning name for the Staff Advisory Council’s upcoming 5K running race, to be held April 28 at the Bridgeview Golf Course. The name was submitted by Joy Livergood, advisor in Career and Technical Programs, who wins a gift certificate from Dick’s Sporting Goods!

Columbus State Cougar Challenge 5K