Now through Feb. 29, Cincinnati State employees can enjoy half price admission to the Cincinnati Zoo and Botannical Garden and take in Penguin Days.
Chef Meg will be on The Doctors (CBS) on Thursday, Jan. 19, at 2 p.m. to talk about her new book, "The SparkPeople Cookbook: Love Your Food, Lose the Weight.
The stage banners from “Men of Honor, A Salute to African American Men 2011” are currently on display at the Cincinnati Museum Center. The exhibit will remain until mid-February.
Please tell your students that the waiting list for Federal Work Study opened on Jan. 13 and will remain open until Feb. 3 at 8 a.m. Signing up for the waiting list does not guarantee employment but does increase a student’s chances. To go on the waiting list and be considered eligible a student must:1. Have at least a 2.0 GPA 2. Maintain at least a 67% completion rate.
Please extend your condolences to Barbara Sumbry, an adjunct instructor in the Early Childhood Education Department, for the loss of her aunt Friday, Jan.13 in Cleveland, Ohio. Barb's aunt was 91 years old and was blessed to have a full life.
Student Activities is extending the application for Mr. and Ms. Cincinnati State to Jan. 31, but get your application in as soon as possible so you can begin campaigning. Remember it is a penny a vote and all money collected goes to scholarships.
In the first Ohio Community College Athletic Conference matchups of the season, the Cincinnati State women's basketball team beat Lakeland Community College by a score of 83 to 49 on Saturday. The men's team, which also played Lakeland, lost 81 to 73.
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President Owens is scheduled to be the keynote speaker when Christ Hospital holds its annual observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Wednesday, Jan. 18.The program will honor former Cincinnati Vice Mayor and civil rights activist Marian Spencer, and will include performances by the student choir from William Howard Taft Elementary.
Cincinnati State is hosting the ASPIRE! Diversity in Accounting Program today in the Point from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. It is a free program designed specifically for minority students interested in careers in accounting and business. They will meet local CPAs and accounting professionals, learn about career opportunities in the accounting profession, and find out what it takes to become a CPA. ASPIRE! is presented by The Ohio Society of CPAs in conjunction with the Cincinnati State Accounting faculty... read more