Writer's Conference welcomes Naomi Wolf

wolfThe 9th annual Columbus State Writers Conference, to be held Saturday, May 5, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Columbus State Conference Center will feature a keynote speech and workshop session by Naomi Wolf, author of The Beauty Myth.
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Volunteers needed for Read-In May 8

Join Columbus State students, faculty and staff in reading to elementary students in Columbus and Delaware.
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Distinguished Teaching Award finalists selected

After reviewing a record 70 portfolios from the 2011 Distinguished Teaching Award nominees, the selection committee as has chosen ten finalists for classroom observation during Spring quarter. Of these ten, four will be selected and honored as Distinguished Teaching Award win
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April 23, 2012

Warm weather work

Writers Conference welcomes Naomi Wolf

Bookstore sale

Counseling Services in Nestor Hall

April 19, 2012

In-Service, Wellness Fair

Two new employees: French and Ward

Read-In volunteers needed

"In My Own Words" at Delaware campus Spring Quarter

Computer security tip

Cost saving tips from mailing services

April 16, 2012

New parking supervisor

Accreditation Team attends conference

Travel reimbursement policy

Cancer support group

ITDL seminars

Christophers open twice weekly

April 13, 2012

Downtown Digital Arts Festival

Training opportunities for managers

Health & Fitness News

Cocchi to retire, McClain to direct Disability Services

Law Enforcement Career Fair

Child Development Center earns award for excellence

HVAC student earns scholarship

TRiO earns EPA award

"Great Colleges" survey extended

April 9, 2012

Volunteer for the Annual Read-In

Cougar Challenge 5K

Day of Silence April 19

Nominate a great Columbus State man

April 5, 2012

April SEOM Debbie Pond

ONN segment features Logistics

Columbus State to hose Medieval Colloquium

Health Rewards briefing

April edition of The Partner

Lab Professionals Week

National Student Employment Week April 16-20

ITDL Seminars

 

 


This week at Columbus State
Monday April 30

Payday


Tuesday May 1
Wednesday May 2
Thursday May 3

ITDL Seminars: Introduction to Blackboard 9.1, 8-11 a.m.,

 

Friday May 4


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Christopher's opens this week for Spring Quarter.

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April 26, 2012

Semesters Week coming May 14-18

artAnother Semesters Week, similar to the one held last fall, is set for May 14-18. Students can attend general information sessions about semesters and demonstrations on running a Degree Audit Report. There will be invited chat periods for online students, too.  At Spring Fling on Wednesday, May 16, (May 17 for the Delaware Campus), students will receive “sweet” tips and a new semesters brochure. These tri-fold brochures will be made available to program offices, and the information contained in them will be emailed to faculty and staff in a handout format as well. The specific times and locations for Semesters Week activities will be announced soon. We need your help to finish getting our students “Semesters Ready!”


Seminar offered on Retaining First Generation Students

Are you interested in contributing to the success of first generation students? The Generation One Trailblazers (GOT) team will present an Academic Impressions seminar entitled "Retaining First Generation Students" on Friday, April 27 from 12:30-4:00 p.m. in TL 209. GOT is a faculty driven resource group dedicated to enhancing the academic success of first generation college students here at Columbus State. 

The seminar will be presented in two parts and will focus on strategies for retaining students who are the first in their family to attend college.

12:30-2:00 p.m. - Session 1: "Providing Academic Support"
2:00-2:15 p.m. - Break

2:15-3:45 p.m. - Session 2: "Strategies for the Classroom and Beyond"

3:45-4:00 p.m. - Discussion

The event is free, and GOT encourages all to attend one or both sessions as your schedule permits. 

For more information, visit http://www.gotnetwork.wordpress.com or "like" us on Facebook at http://facebook.com/gotcscc.

 

Fridays are “Bike Fridays” in May!

May is National Bike Month and Columbus State is participating by sponsoring several ride opportunities culminating in an evening of bike-themed presentations. 

If you want to try out bike commuting you may be able to ride in with some regular bike commuters who work at the Columbus campus. If you ride or bring your bike to campus you can join in leisurely lunchtime rides through downtown neighborhoods. If you want to hear or present an idea or story related to bicycling, attend or present at “The Next Big Thing: Spoke and Wheels.” This is an evening of high energy presentations in which presenters work under the constraints of 20 PowerPoint slides and 5 minutes to share a compelling idea.

You can learn about and register for the above by visiting
cscc.edu/bike
and cscc.edu/TNBT.

You can also network with other Columbus State bicyclists by
joining the Ohio Bike Challenge and joining the Cougar Cranks
team.  For further networking and discussion of how Columbus
State can continue to support bicycling, “like” the
Cougar Cranks Facebook page
.

Remember, if you have flat, repair tools can be checked
out of the Student Activities office.

Safe riding everyone!

ITDL Seminars

The SPOKEN Word: What do our students have to say?
In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn about a variety of free tools (i.e. SCREENR, JING, VOICE THREAD) that can be used to orally capture students' thoughts and responses. These tools can also be used as a convenient and effective method for instructors to disseminate feedback and to deliver various announcements.
Anyone who wants to vocalize an announcement (versus typing it) or wants to create short training videos will find this session helpful.

Presented by: Melissa Logue, Assistant Professor, Modern Languages
When: Friday, April 27 (9:00 - 11:00 a.m.) - Register
Where: Innovation Center CT 106

NEW Course Offering: Blackboard - Content Collection Basics
Blackboard's Content Collection is a built-in virtual hard drive that allows instructors to store course materials for easy access and deployment in a course(s). Instructors can link course content items in a course to their course's Content Collection. When an Instructor changes a content item in the Content Collection, all links to the item reflect those changes.

Come and join us to learn about Blackboard's new powerful tool that allows instructors to manage and deploy course content like never before seen here at Columbus State.
When:

 

Blackboard 9.1 Training workshops

Introduction to Blackboard 9.1 (3 hours)
Thursday, May 3 (8:00 - 11:00 a.m.) - Register

Discussion Boards (1 hour) Wednesday, May 2 (10:00 - 11:00 a.m.) - Register

Beginning Tests (2 hours) Wednesday, May 2 (6:00 - 8:00 p.m.) - Register


Business and Campus Services on retreat
May 4

Business and Campus Services, including Accounting Services, Bookstore, Payroll, Cashiers & Student Accounting, and Procurement & Office Services (Shipping & Receiving; Print Services and Accounts Payable) will be off-campus at a retreat on Friday, May 4 and these services will not be available.  Normal services and business hours will  will resume on Monday, May 7. 

 

Shadowbox Live event Monday

Columbus State has a table of seven at Shadowbox live to see the performance STEM Rocks the Box. The performance will be held on Monday, April 30 at 7:00 p.m.  For more information, click on the link, www.shadowboxlive.org.  Shadowbox Live is located at 503 S. Front Street, Columbus, OH  43215. Please reserve your spot to Barbara Smith-Allen, ballen02@cscc.edu.