Dr. Monica Posey with 2019 House-Bruckmann Faculty Excellence Awards recipients Mark Tiemeier (Biology) and Laura Drake (Paralegal) (in front) and the other House-Bruckmann Award nominees (back, from left): Janet Schlaak (Math), Mike House (Math), Daniel Anderson (History), Jen Martin (Associate of Arts & Associate of Science), Meredith Effler (English Composition & Literature), Candice Jones (Dietetics), Julie McLaughlin (First Year Experience & Leadership), Stephanie Stafford (... read more
Ninety individuals from 36 countries throughout the world took the oath to become U.S. citizens in a naturalization ceremony on Apr. 5, 2019, in the Conference Center on Clifton Campus. U.S. District Court Judge Karen L. Litkovitz conducted the ceremony, which was attended by numerous friends and family members of the new citizens. “It was a great privilege for Cincinnati State to again host this solemn and joyous ceremony,” said Provost Robbin Hoopes.
Campus visitors on Apr. 8, 2019, included Randy Gardner, the Chancellor of the Ohio Department of Higher Education (to the left of Dr. Posey), along with Senior Vice Chancellor Mike Duffey and Senior Vice Chancellor Gary Cates. During the brief visit, Chancellor Gardner met with members of the College Executive Team, toured the new student services areas of the ATLC (Welcome Center, Registrar/Financial Aid, Transfer Center, and Career Center) and spoke to a few faculty and staff members.
During Spring Break (Mar. 20-23, 2019), a delegation of 22 students, four faculty and staff coaches, and Business Technologies Dean Linda Schaffeld traveled to Colorado State University (Fort Collins) for the National Association of Landscape Professionals’ National Collegiate Landscape Competition. Participants in the photo above are:
Students and faculty members from Cincinnati State's Audio/Video Production (AVP) degree program got into the swing of the baseball season early by serving as the volunteer production crew for the recording and video of local musician Dave Hawkins' new song, "Opening Day Parade." "Opening Day Parade" is a remake of Hawkins' 2002 song "Opening Day" and honors the 100th anniversary of the Findlay Market Parade.
Cincinnati State Brewing Science students won two awards for their beers during the 27th Annual Bockfest Cincinnati, held Mar. 1-3, 2019. Student teams (each with 4 members) competed in the Moerlein Brewer's Challenge. Brewing Science Program Chair Carla Gesell-Streeter said all competing teams were given the same ingredients (malt and hops) to brew with. This year, all teams had to brew with ale yeast and could add an adjunct sugar.
Cincinnati State's Civil Engineering Technology - Surveying program was one of the recipients of the 2018 Presidential Merit Award presented by the Professional Land Surveyors of Ohio at their conference held Feb. 20-23, 2019, in Columbus, Ohio. The award recognizes colleges and universities that are "preparing the next generation of surveyors to enter the profession" and "have made strides this year to continue to promote and encourage land surveying in Ohio." Civil Engineering... read more
CState students celebrating scholarships awarded by the ELL Foundation included (from left ): Yendi Tembely, Nyerehwro Eyeregba, Laurette Kameni, Abigael Timothy, Judith Kafando Lompo, Aya Hijji, Natmetha Santaweesuk, and Sokhna Diop.
President Monica Posey has been recognized by Cincinnati Magazine as one of the 300 "most powerful leaders" in the city, and as one of only eight leaders selected in the Education & Health category. The Cincinnati 300 list was announced in a special issue of the magazine released in late February 2019. A congratulatory message from the College community (above) appeared in the magazine.
President Monica Posey presented the Community College National Education Service Award to Ohio Senator Rob Portman, during the Community College National Legislative Summit held Feb. 11-13, 2019, in Washington, D.C. The Legislative Summit is sponsored by the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) in collaboration with the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). The National Education Service Award is presented annually by the ACCT to "honor a national leader who has... read more