On Saturday, April 20, 2019, standing-room-only crowds convened twice in the Dolby Room at the AMC Theater in West Chester to view the entries in the 14th Annual College Movie Festival. Dave Killen, Program Chair for Audio/Video Production at Cincinnati State, is one of the co-founders of the Festival, which is a "competition and celebration of student filmmaking in the Greater Cincinnati region."
Graduating students & TRiO SSS staff celebrated success. On May 1, 2019, TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) held a celebration and recognition event for 28 students who completed their Cincinnati State educational goal in Spring semester, or will finish at the end of Summer semester. Students and their family members joined SSS staff and other College faculty members and administrators to celebrate this milestone.
On April 17 and 18, 2019, students from Introduction to Psychology (PSY 110), together with students from English as a Second Language courses (ESL 052), presented posters that summarized the findings of their semester-long collaborative research projects. Students and employees visited the poster display to hear student presentations about their research. To carry out the collaborative project, named "We Are Cincinnati State," students formed research teams that included members from both... read more
Leadership Club officers and members greeted Appreciation Day visitors - (from left) Jose Villarreal (incoming Vice President), Sierra Montgomery (incoming President), Haddijatou Kora. On Apr. 26, 2019, members of the Cincinnati State Leadership Club hosted "Teacher Appreciation Day," which was open to all of the College's faculty and academic staff members. The club welcomed about 100 participants with food and beverages, candy, and messages and tokens of appreciation such as bookmarks,... read more
Two Cincinnati State students were honored as members of the 2019 All-Ohio Community College Academic Team.
Cincinnati State Nursing students from the cohort that graduated in December 2018 achieved a pass rate of 98.2% on the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX). Out of 56 graduates (some of whom are seen above with faculty member Beth Hamon, right), 55 graduates passed the NCLEX on the first attempt.
Cincinnati State Environmental Engineering Technology student Tyler Rasp (on left in photo) recently was awarded a scholarship from the Aquatic Animal Life Support Operations (AALSO) professional organization, after earning the AALSO Water Quality Technician Level 1 Certification in Fall Semester while enrolled in the course EVT 230 (Treatment Technologies).
Current Graphic Design students and graduates of Cincinnati State's program celebrated success at the 2019 American Advertising Awards (ADDYs) competition conducted by the Cincinnati Chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AAF). Vatthana "V" Long (3rd from left above), who will graduate at the end of Spring Semester, won a Gold ADDY award and the Judge's Choice award in the Student Awards competition, for his entry "Self Reflection," a Digitally Enhanced Still Photograph (below).
Cincinnati State’s American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Student Chapter received an Honorable Mention Letter from the ASCE professional organization in recognition of the student group's 2018 activities. Chapter advisor and Civil Engineering Technologies Program Chair Carol Morman said the Cincinnati State Student Chapter was rated in the top third of all ASCE student chapters in the US in terms of activities and experiences provided to members and the community.
Beth Hamon, Professor of Nursing (seen above during a mission trip to Honduras), was recognized as one of “100 Great Ohio Nurses” by the Ohio Nurses Association and the Ohio Nurses Foundation. The list of "100 Great Ohio Nurses" for 2019 appeared in the April issue of the publication The Ohio Nurse.