Monday, September 29, 2008

aqip logoAQIP Projects sent to AQIP/Higher Learning Commission
Columbus State’s four AQIP Action Project teams recently submitted their yearly reports to the AQIP/Higher Learning Commission. To view these reports in their entirety, go to the AQIP website and select “Action Project Directory.” From there you can select “Columbus State” from the institutional drop down menu to view college reports. Columbus State will be receiving feedback about these projects from AQIP Peer Reviewers in November.

Enter the Wellness Challenge IVThe fourth Wellness Challenge will begin October 5, so gather a team of ten now and enter to accomplish your wellness goals, win prizes and have some fun with your team. For more information, read about the challenge in this flyer. 

Type 2 Diabetes study to be conducted by OSUphoto of blood sugar testThe Department of Human Nutrition at Ohio State is recruiting men and women with Type 2 Diabetes to participate in the a Glycemic Index, Opportunities and Lifestyle (GOAL) study to help understand the effects of low glycemic index foods on diabetes management.  The 14-week study includes five weeks of nutrition education and nine weeks of monitoring.  Meals and on-campus parking will be provided.  You may be eligible if you have a physician's diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes, are age 40-65 and do not take insulin.  Please call (614)292-4772 or email for more information.


Socially conscious coffee now available in Nestor HallGreen Mountain logoNow of course you may need coffee to BE conscious, but the new
coffee available at the kiosk in Nestor Hall from AVI Fresh is both
socially and environmentally conscious! 
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters buys only organically
grown beans from environmentally friendly growers, and
promotes fair trade practices in the countries that farm coffee. 
The new coffees available in Nestor Hall should really wake up
your social conscience!

If you have any questions about food service here at the
college, please contact Dave Wallingford, Food Coordinator,
at or Melody Monroe, Resident Director
for AVI, at