Daily News: 1/2/13
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Fall semester grades are viewable on web
New deadline for Ms. And Mr. Cincinnati State applications
College family eligible for discounts to Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit
President Owens opens “1,000(4)One” campaign with a $25,000 contribution
Overlook will operate on restricted hours during semester break
Sign up now for fitness classes
In the 16 weeks since Cincinnati State founded an at-work Weight Watchers meeting, the group has lost a collective 480 lbs.! If you have made a New Year resolution to improve your health, manage your behaviors and lose weight, join your colleagues at a meeting held at Cincinnati State every Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Conference Center. Email Jackie Ewing for information (Jacqueline.email@example.com), or visit a meeting for a free introduction to the program.
The Cincinnati State women’s basketball team fell 75-62 to Kishwaukee Community College in the final game of the Illinois Central College Holiday Invitational on Sunday afternoon.
Kishwaukee was led by Tami Morice, who scored 23 points, and 21 points by Val Agnello. For Cincinnati State, Hannah Stephenson and Desiree Ash each finished with 15 points. Samantha Paratore scored 10. Kishwaukee, which improved to 10-6 overall, forced Cincinnati State into 18 turnovers, resulting in a 29-8 advantage in points off of turnovers.
Falling to 12-4, Cincinnati State will return home on Jan. 8 to play Ivy Tech at 5:30 p.m.
Please extend condolences to Peggy Smith, Business Technologies Division, on the loss of her father, William Geis, on Tuesday, Dec. 25. He was laid to rest in St. Peter's Cemetery in St. Peter's, Indiana on Saturday, Dec. 29. Please keep Peggy and her family in your thoughts and prayers.
Fall semester grades are now posted. Students can view their grades on the mySERVICES website.
There is a new application deadline for Mr. and Ms. Cincinnati State: Jan. 16. This will allow candidates more time to collect money. Please relay this to any students who might be interested. For more information please contact Student Activities Director Brenda Maples at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cincinnati State students, faculty and staff are eligible for discounts to the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center.
Dr.O’dell M. Owens helped kick-start the college’s “$1,000(4)One” campaign with a $25,000 gift to the Cincinnati State Foundation. The check presentation was made Friday during a meeting of the Cincinnati State Foundation Board.
During semester break, on the days that the College is open, The Overlook will be open from 7:30 a.m. until 1:15 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The Career Closet is particularly in need of winter coats, gloves, scarves and hats for the winter season. Collection barrels are located in Student Activities or contact Sandra Dees at 1740 or email@example.com.
Bakery Hill will be closing at noon on Friday, Dec. 14. We will reopen on Tuesday Jan. 8, 2013. The staff at Bakery Hill thanks you for your business this past year and we hope all have a safe and wonderful holiday. See you next year!
If getting into better shape is going to be one of your New Year’s 2013 resolutions, Cincinnati State’s Health and Fitness Technology Program has plenty of options to help you do just that.
Here’s a Top 10 list of potential resolutions and solutions:
- Lose Weight.Solution: PE 168-Aquatic Group Fitness or PE 128- Group Fitness.
2. Learn How to Create a Personal Fitness Program to Use at the Gym. Solution: PE 132- Cardio and Resistance Training.
3. Build Muscle and Boost Metabolism. Solution: PE 132- Cardio and Resistance Training.
4. Decompress and Manage Stress Regularly. Solution: PE 104 Relaxation or PE 100-Meditation.
5. Improve Flexibility, Posture, and Strengthen Core. Solution: PE 108-Yoga or PE 112-Pilates Mat.
6. Get Certified in Scuba Diving. Solution: PE 172-Pilates Mat.
7. Learn Self-Defense. Solution: PE 198-Women’s Self Defense.
8. Learn How to Dance. Solution: PE 116-Zumba.
9. Learn Martial Arts. Solution: PE 144-Kung Fu, PE 136-Aikido, PE 140-Tai Chi.
10. Learn How to Use Heart Rate Training to Burn Fat. Solution: PE 124-Spinning or PE 198- Spinning / Yoga.
We offer the best value and wide range of timeslots to meet the demand of our busiest student! Reserve your spot today by visiting www.cincinnatistate.edu to view all the Health and Fitness Technology (HFT) or Physical Education (PE) Courses offered for Spring, 2013! To search for classes and register, please visit http://www.cincinnatistate.edu/admission-financial-aid/registrar/myservices-1/registering-for-classes/?searchterm=register. For more information, please contact Department Chair Jennifer Hall at 1297 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online faculty should take advantage of the vast resources at your disposal at: http://www.cincinnatistate.edu/online/faculty-resources. You will find everything from distance education events, course-building support, technology and software updates to a repository of open educational resources. We encourage you to also direct your online students to plenty of helpful resources located at: http://www.cincinnatistate.edu/online/student-resources.
Online store is open
The College's new online store is a place for faculty and staff to shop for embroidered Cincinnati State logowear and accessories. It’s convenient, easy to use and has a quick turnaround. Our new vendor, Munoz Brandz, is offering us the items at a terrific price, so if you have ordered wearables in the past, you will notice a 20% discount on average. The variety of items in each category is really nice too.
The online store is for personal orders only. P-cards and budget codes cannot be used. Here’s how it works:
1) Go to CincyState.MUNOZBRANDZSTORE.com
2) Enter “Statestore” for both username and password.
3) Select merchandise and add it to the shopping cart.
4) When shopping is complete, click on “Checkout” and enter your personal credit card information.
5) Log off.
6) You will receive a confirmation e-mail; please retain it for your records.
7) All orders will be delivered to the Marketing & Communications Department. Staff members will call or e-mail you when your order is ready for pick-up.
Mark your calendar for Cincinnati State’s Fourth Annual Homecoming on February 9, 2013. The Office of Student Activities is now accepting applications from students interested in become the next Mr. or Ms. Cincinnati State? The winners will represent the College at a variety of events through the coming year.
Applications are available at the Student Activities office in ATLC 204. Qualifications:
- Must be currently enrolled student with a 2.5 GPA
- No violations of the College’s student code of conduct; no pending charges
- Must write an essay at least one paragraph explaining why you want to be Mr. or Ms. Cincinnati State
- Votes are ten cents each; all money collected goes into the scholarship fund
For more information please contact Student Activities Director Brenda Maples at email@example.com or 1555.