Wellness Incentive Payout September 30

logoEmployees who completed the necessary steps to receive a pay out in the Wellness Incentive Program that ended June 30, will receive their pay out September 30.
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Foundations of Excellence transfer focus

The nine Foundations of Excellence committees are in the final phases of creating their reports for the Transfer Focus portion of the project.
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September 12, 2011

September SEOM

Barksdale addresses grads

Bioscience graduates

Fall Quarter Welcome Team

Mammography van

September 8, 2011

Barksdale to deliver Commencement address

Partnership celebration

Colleague stress test

CSEA signs agreement

Foundations of Excellence

Vayntraub wins photo contest

LaMar, Nelson explain lecture capture

Financial wellness

Capital Equipment computer project

College mourns Schottenstein

Fee waiver deadline

September 1, 2011

Commissioners to commemorate September 11

HPC newsletter

Former employee Karras dies

Two offices move to Long St.

August 30, 2011

HIMT faculty present at conference

Cougar Rewards at Bookstore

Fee waiver deadlines

Wellness Incentive payout Sept. 30

Leeman to exhibit

Student nurses toy drive

August 25, 2011

OSU's "Roads" Scholars to visit Delaware

Wellness Incentive Program

TIC–service with a smiling voice

OhioLINK Music Center opens

Lots more live music

Mission accomplished

August 22, 2011

Title III spells tutoring

Telly Award for IA staff

Poetry reading

The LoRActs recycling


This week at Columbus State
Monday September 12

Quarter break, Sept. 12-20

Tuesday September 13
Wednesday September 14
Thursday September 15
Friday September 16

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Christopher's restaurant closed until Autumn Quarter

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September 15, 2011

President speaks about jobs, school funding at Ft. Hayes

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President Barack Obama came to Columbus Tuesday afternoon to advocate for his new jobs bill, and talk about school funding on the Ft. Hayes High School campus.  Many Columbus State employees were in attendance along with hundreds of high school students at the outdoor event. Click through this photo gallery using the arrows. Photos by Columbus State employees Chris Keller, Heidi Card, and Lori Mackenzie. A news clip from the event can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/embed/rMZRu9Xaeo8 .

Celebrating partnership

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Columbus State President David Harrison and Ohio State President Gordon Gee prepare to ceremoniously plant an Ohio Buckeye tree on the Delaware Campus yesterday, commemorating the new partnership between the two schools. Clawdette Cougar and Brutus Buckeye also joined in the fun. Ohio State’s Marion Regional Campus will offer classes on our campus beginning next week, and more than 800 OSU students are enrolled, along with 1300 Columbus State students, for fall.  Along with the speeches, tree planting and open house tours yesterday, 38 Ohio State faculty who will teach on the Delaware Campus attended an orientation with advisors and coordinators already on site.  The Delaware Campus will be a busy place when the quarter begins September 21!

Students participate in the Model UN Education Symposium 

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At the OSU Symposium, are, from left, Shariq Momin, from Pakistan; Sajeel Shahid, Pakistan; Malekgotla Motloung, South Africa; Aryo Permono, Indonesia; Dimas Samudra, Indonesia; and Sughra Fiaz, Pakistan. 

Six new international students from the Community Colleges for International Development (CCID) program and project coordinator, Vanessa Kumar participated in the Model United Nations Education Symposium held September 3 at OSU.  Each participant acted as a delegate and sat on a committee to discuss one of the eight Millennium Goals proposed by the United Nations. Committee goals were to: eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, promote gender equality and empower women, combat HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases, ensure environmental sustainability, and develop a global partnership for development. 

The symposium brought together educators, students, and community leaders to create proposed actionable items for each goal.  The conference gave all involved an opportunity to experience an actual UN delegate session and have their solutions submitted to UN committees for review.