Because of a partial power outage, Columbus Campus classes in the following areas are canceled for today: Anthropology, Criminology, Economics, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology. More
July 28, 2014
Preferred Pathways now paved to nine colleges
Did you know that Columbus State’s original Preferred Pathway, which led exclusively to The Ohio State University, has now been extended to a total of nine universities?
Along with Ohio State, there are Preferred Pathways to Franklin University, Ohio University, Otterbein University, Ohio Dominican University, Ohio Wesleyan University, Miami University, Bowling Green State University, and Capital University. The pathways allow students to pre-major for a particular degree at the four-year college they plan to attend, ensuring they take the correct courses to apply to their future bachelor’s degree.
For students to become a part of the Preferred Pathway Program, they must be a current student and be added to the appropriate blackboard/transfer community for that four-year institution. Students are welcome to participate in more than one community. It is here that the four-year partners will communicate the information needed, important updates, and provide access to their university’s resources. You can read more about Columbus State’s Preferred Pathway program online here.
New position for students in Global Diversity
The Department of Global Diversity and Inclusion has recently announced a new Diversity Peer Educator program, and is looking for students to apply for the position of Diversity Peer Educator.
Diversity Peer Educators are student employees who “help foster a greater appreciation for diversity on campus and provide welcoming and inclusive opportunities for their peers of all identities,” according to Brett Welsh, director. The students will receive ongoing support and professional development to help them successfully coordinate and lead diversity programs, trainings, events, and new initiatives.
If you know a student who might be interested in this opportunity, please tell them to visit the student employment section of https://cscc.csod.com/ or call Welsh at 287-2426.
Band Concert is Tuesday
The Columbus State Stage Band will perform a concert on Tuesday, July 29, at 6:00 p.m. in the TL-123 music room. Director Thomas Lloyd has chosen big band classics such as Moonlight Serenade, Georgia on My Mind, That Old Black Magic, and Perdido. Also on the program are My Life, Chica De Espana, Mambo Swing, and Route 66. The concert is free and open to the public. For more information contact Lloyd.
Amy Brubaker to retire
Amy Brubaker, associate professor in the Business Programs, will retire from Columbus State after 30 years of service. Brubaker created the Human Resources Management degree program and is one of the founding officers in the Columbus State Education Association (CSEA). Colleagues are invited to come to the Delaware Hall Conference Room, DE 258, on Friday, August 1, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. to wish her well in her retirement.
Gathering planned for Lori Peters
Please join the Division of Enrollment Management and Student Services at a farewell gathering for Lori Peters, staff interpreter in Disability Services, on Friday, August 1, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Library Multi-Media Studio.
Peters has been with the college since 1998 and has worked as a fulltime staff interpreter for eight years.
A few reminders
First Wednesday will be held August 6, beginning at 8:15 a.m. in the Conference Center Ballroom, fourth flood WD.
Nominations for open Staff Advisory Council (SAC) positions will be accepted through Thursday, July 31. Elections will be held August 6 through 12.
Annual reviews for fulltime employees are due in Human Resources by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 31.
Taste the Future will be held on Tuesday, August 12, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on campus. Order tickets online here.
Columbus State welcomes the latest new hires and promotions:
July 1 – Dr. Polly Owen is Associate Vice President and Dean of the Delaware Campus
July 1 – Tina Pickering is a specialist in the Telephone Information Center
July 16 – Brent Waler is a police officer in the Police Department
New fulltime career opportunities:
Representative, Telephone Information Center-
Requisition # 3172
Program Coordinator, Intercollegiate Athletics -
Requisition # 3183
Program Coordinator, Transitional Workforce -
Requisition # 3181
Advisor, Advising Services - two positions -
Requisition #s 3186 and 3187
Assistant Director of Advising Services -
Requisition # 3188