A Math Center is now open on Cincinnati State's Clifton Campus, and is ready to assist students seeking help with their math-based classes. The Math Center is in Main Building Room 228B. Hours are: Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. The Math Center is staffed by credentialed adjunct instructors and full-time faculty volunteers who teach math and/or science classes.
On Friday, Jan. 4, 2019, over 30 counselors from more than 20 different area high schools and organizations learned about Ohio higher education initiatives, and about Cincinnati State, during a day-long ENGAGE | Counselors event. ENGAGE | Counselors is one of three annual ENGAGE events that bring high school students, teachers, counselors, and others to the Clifton Campus to gain first-hand knowledge and deeper understanding about the College's academic programs and support services.
Cincinnati State's President, Dr. Monica Posey, officially opened the new Welcome Center/Office of Admission on the lower level of the ATLC on Dec. 11, 2018. The College celebrated the opening of new student service offices in the Advanced Technology and Learning Center (ATLC) with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by guests, College employees, and media representatives. In addition to Dr. Posey, speakers included:
Practical Nursing Professor Dr. Susan Batory (on the left in photo, with other volunteers) spent much of the Fall Semester helping those who were affected by Hurricane Michael, after the Category 3 hurricane struck the U.S. in early October 2018. Sue was a volunteer for the American Red Cross, providing help to residents of Georgia and Florida. "During my non-teaching semester I was deployed twice to work as a Disaster Health Service Supervisor," she said,
Governor John R. Kasich has appointed Barbara A. Turner to the Cincinnati State Board of Trustees. She was sworn in as a Trustee at the special board meeting held Nov. 1, 2018. Turner is the president and chief operating officer of Ohio National Financial Services, Inc. A Cincinnati native, Turner attended the University of Cincinnati and is a graduate of the Wharton Securities Industry Institute and Leadership Cincinnati Class XL.
Paul Weingartner explains his work as an election security "pathfinder." (Image from WLWT.com) Paul Weingartner, Program Chair for Computer Network Engineering Technology and the Cyber-Security Major, served as a security "pathfinder" for the State of Ohio during the past several months. In his "pathfinder" role, Paul helped several Ohio counties evaluate the security of their voting systems prior to the midterm elections.
Cincinnati State's Clifton Campus now has a Parent Resource Center, providing services for Cincinnati State students who are also parents, or serve in a parenting role. The goal of the Parent Resource Center-- currently located in Main Building Room 126E-- is to provide support that helps students meet challenges as they strive to succeed in college and graduate. The Parent Resource Center is funded by a Department of Education grant secured by Early Childhood Education Program Chair Sandy... read more
Cincinnati State hosted the initial meeting of the Adult ESL (English as a Second Language) Consortium of Greater Cincinnati on Nov. 2. Cincinnati State ESL instructor Maggie Oliveira (at the podium in photo above) said nearly 50 participants attended the meeting, representing a variety of organizations that offer adult ESL services in the Cincinnati area.
Faculty members who received SOCHE excellence awards are (from left) Peggy Rolfsen, Marianne Niese, Joanne Steelman, Brian Hooten, and Stani Kantcheva. Not in photo: Tom Burns. Six Cincinnati State faculty members were recognized at the 2018 Southwest Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) Faculty Excellence Awards Banquet. The awards event was held at the University of Dayton on Nov. 2, 2018. Faculty members from 18 colleges and universities in the region received awards.