Members of the Cincinnati State Leadership Club participated in Necco foster care agency's annual "Trunk or Treat" on Oct. 29, 2019, for children in the agency's care. The college students decorated their car trunks with a Halloween theme and then handed out candy (and smiles) to about 100 foster children who "Trunk or Treated."
Professor Julie McLaughlin, Department Chair for First Year Experience (FYE) courses at Cincinnati State, was a speaker and facilitator at the Student Success Symposium sponsored by Kendall Hunt Publishing Company, held in Atlanta, GA, Oct. 18-20, 2019.
Two of the works at the 2019 BLINK Art & Light Festival held Oct. 10 to 13, 2019, were created by graduates of Cincinnati State's Graphic Design program. Acording to CityBeat, the four-day festival "drew at least 1.25 million people — and perhaps as many as 1.5 million people — to downtown, OTR and Covington."
Professor Mark Tiemeier, Cincinnati State Department Chair for Biology and recipient of the 2019 House-Bruckmann award for Faculty Excellence (above, with President Monica Posey and Provost Robbin Hoopes), was honored at the 32nd Annual "Celebration of Teaching" sponsored by the Greater Cincinnati Collegiate Connection (GC3).
The Cincinnati State “Remember Wins” team participated in the Alzheimer’s Association’s “Walk to End Alzheimer’s" on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019, and raised $565 to support Alzheimer’s research and caregiver support in the Cincinnati area. Team members seen above are (from left): Stephanie Weaver (student), Ashley Franz-Cobb (student), Meredith Beckmann (student), Mary Lemon (student), Lynsey Carr (student), faculty members Julie Klensch, Patricia Christos, and Jessica Loomis, and Amy Schumacher... read more
The Cincinnati State Career Center and the divisional Co-op programs welcomed 135 students and over 30 employers to the Career and Co-op Job Fair on Oct. 3, 2019. Photos above and below show some of the interactions between students and their prospective employers.
Two Cincinnati State students are encouraging others in the College community to register to vote, and are raising awareness of the importance of voting, through the Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP). CEEP is a national, nonpartisan project that helps faculty, staff, and student leaders at America’s colleges and universities engage students in federal, state, and local elections.
Ohio Congressman Steve Chabot recently presented to President Monica Posey a flag that was flown over the White House on Sep. 19, 2019, in recognition of Cincinnati State's 50th anniversary.
Cincinnati State's President Monica Posey welcomed Ohio Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted (center) and Rep. Jon Cross, House of Representatives District 83 (left) to the College on Sep. 25, 2019, to announce the start of Ohio's new TechCred program. The TechCred program supports workforce development efforts in Ohio by reimbursing employers who upgrade their workers' skills.
A large, happy crowd of more than 750 Cincinnati State students and employees enjoyed sunshine, food, music, and games at the Charter Day Picnic on Sep. 19, 2019. On this day 50 years ago, the College--then known as Cincinnati Technical Institute--received its Charter from the Ohio Board of Regents. The College's official start included 650 students who were enrolled in a small number of technical degree programs. Of course, the story of Cincinnati State started prior to September 1969, and... read more