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February 19, 2018

 

Rally for Your Rights film screening

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In collaboration with the Global Diversity and Inclusion Center, Student Conduct presents a new campus initiative called Rally for your Rights. This is a campus-wide initiative to promote community learning, collaboration, effective dialogue, and the celebration of free speech and expression. 

The second event of the semester will be Thursday, February 22 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the Library Multimedia Studio (CO 111). This event will help participants develop a better understanding of rights and disenfranchisement at a systemic level. We will view the documentary the “13th” and hold a discussion afterward.

If you are interested in getting involved or if you would like to share opinions or ideas, please feel free to reach out to Jasmine Marks or Rick Miller.

Please RSVP at the links below:

Film Screening: https://orgsync.com/95552/events/2206330/occurrences/5261132 

Debate: https://orgsync.com/95552/events/2206335/occurrences/5261137 

Rally: https://orgsync.com/95552/events/2206339/occurrences/5261141

 

Conversations That Matter: Food Insecurity

Join Assistant Professor Shauna Sowga for a conversation about food insecurity and its impact on the community. The Service-Learning coffee break is scheduled for Friday, February 23 from 9:30-10:30 a.m. in Nestor Hall 011.  Please email servicelearning@cscc.edu with any questions. 

 

Malloy climbing stairs

Columbus State’s Tim Malloy takes part in Vertical Mile

Tim Malloy, System Administrator, completed the Vertical Mile in the Rhodes Tower downtown. That’s 800 floors (going up and down 40 floors, ten times!) and 17,600 steps. The annual event, held this year on Feb. 17, is part of the national Fight For Air Climb - an American Lung Association signature fundraising event held at prominent skyscrapers across the country. The annual event has raised more than $45 million to support the mission of the American Lung Association.

 


Avoid Tax Identity Theft

Tips and tools for helping you stay safe this tax season.

General Safety Tips

  • Protect your sensitive personal information – keep passwords hidden, and memorize your Social Security number (SSN) instead of carrying your card
  • Monitor your information regularly (SSN, bank statements, bills, credit scores)
  • Never email SSN, credit card or bank account information
  • Shred documents you don't need instead of throwing them away – don’t make your personal information easy to find

Tax-specific Safety Tips

  • File your taxes early – if your taxes are already filed, potential criminals can’t take advantage of your SSN
  • If mailing a physical copy of your taxes, go to the post office rather than placing in mailbox
  • If filing taxes online, use a secure internet connection
  • Look for the (https) or (padlock)
  • The IRS will never call to threaten you for your information – don’t fall for an IRS imposter

 

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January 16 – Danielle Sanborn, Specialist, Admissions 
January 16 – Ryan Hafer, Groundskeeper I, Grounds 
January 16 – Menbere Richards, System Administrator III, Information Technology 
February 1 – Ojeanique Washington, Specialist, Admissions 
February 1 – Morgan Sayre, Specialist, Professional Development and Retention 
February 16 – Zach Holter, Groundskeeper I, Grounds

 

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System Specialist, Human Resources – Requisition #1894 
Maintenance 1 (Maintenance/Grounds/Facilities Support at Delaware campus only), Facilities – Requisition #1890

 

 



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