Cincinnati State students and faculty members from several allied health programs participated in Cincinnati's Third Annual Family Health Day on Oct. 8, 2017. Faculty member Cindy Kief reported that Cincinnati State students assisted with events at College Hill Recreation Center: Nursing students helped with blood pressure screenings and glucose screenings. Occupational Therapy Assisting students conducted balance screenings and provided information about fall prevention. Dietetic... read more
With technical advisement from GE Additive, Cincinnati State’s Workforce Development Center will use a $393,000 grant from the federally-funded LIFT Institute to develop a training program for additive technicians that will help fill a major skills gap in the additive manufacturing (3-D printing) industry. Program details were announced at a news conference on Sep. 6, at GE Additive in West Chester. “As additive manufacturing continues to grow, so will the need for skilled workers who are... read more
The Cincinnati State Women's Soccer team (seen in the back row of the photo above) helped staff the Warren County Soccer Academy's (WCSA) Junior Academy Super Saturday for soccer players ages 5 to 7 (seen in the other two rows in the photo) on Sep. 16 at McClure Soccer Complex in Lebanon, OH. The Super Saturday event is an hour of small-sided games on over ten fields, allowing up to 100 kids to enjoy the game. The Junior Academy program gives Warren County children a free introduction to... read more
If you've been on I-75 North or South recently, near the State Route 122 interchange, you may have noticed new highway signs that highlight the presence of Cincinnati State's Middletown Campus. The CState “traffic generator” signs were added a few weeks ago in locations where Miami University Middletown signs were already in place. The new signs were provided at no cost to the College. According to Middletown Campus Director Mimi Summers, the College is now working with city and county... read more
On Wednesday, Sep. 27, the Kim Ziegel Memorial Shakespeare Series at Cincinnati State will begin with a performance by The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company of "The Merry Wives of Windsor." The performance starts at 1 p.m in the ATLC Auditorium (Clifton Campus). The play lasts about 2 hours, and will be followed by a brief Q&A session with the performers. Admission is free for all Cincinnati State students and employees. There are no reserved seats; it's first-come, first-seated until the... read more
Several faculty members from Cincinnati State's Health & Public Safety division served as instructors for the “Exploring Healthcare Careers” Summer Camp held Aug. 7 to 10 at UC Health - West Chester Hospital. The camp gives high school students in grades 9-12 an opportunity to learn more about careers in healthcare. In addition to academic instruction and hands-on activities, the campers participate in job shadowing experiences to learn more about various departments at the hospital.
Cincinnati State is launching a new location for offering the one-year paramedic certificate program, at the Campbell County Fire Protection Training Center in Highland Heights, Kentucky. “We are seeing a critical need for paramedics at all levels, from local fire departments to large departments nationwide,” said Greg Schultz, recruitment and retention coordinator for the Burlington Fire Protection District. “This new program will provide tremendous value for students and the community.” The... read more
Chef Newman concentrates on achieving culinary excellence Faculty member and Pastry Chef Kelsee Newman is one of eight chefs selected for the American Culinary Federation's Culinary Team USA, which will compete in the World Culinary Olympics. Kelsee won her spot on the team in an intensive competition held July 9-12 in Orlando, Florida.
Members and friends of Cincinnati State's "In the Zone" organization participated in the Cincinnati Pride Parade on June 24. The CState group, pictured below, included (left to right) Mika Oshatz, Dr. Ronnie Gladden, Raya Schweitzer, Sam Lawless, A friend of In the Zone, Hunter Campbell, Emma Bunke, Marshall Lawless, and Dawn Wilke. The In The Zone student club at Cincinnati State provides a safe and supportive environment for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning students and... read more
Nearly 100 high school students participated in the 2017 AT&T Teen Leadership Summit hosted on the Clifton campus on July 5. The purpose of the Summit, which has been hosted by Cincinnati State for several years, is to help high school students develop academic and leadership skills. This year's Summit focused on use of social media. During the day-long event, the students formed teams, did research on the addictive nature of social media, and completed self-assessments. The teams then... read more