Campus Life April 29
Four students named to PTK Academic All-Ohio Teams
After receiving their All-Ohio Academic Team medals last week are: (from left) Jude
Carstensen, Kopano Marumo, and Aria Dockham
. Not pictured is Sierra Arvin
The annual All-Ohio Team Luncheon was held last week at the Ohio Statehouse, recognizing
the top community college students in the state. The annual event is sponsored by
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society and the Ohio Association of Community
Four Columbus State students were recognized, including Jude Carstensen, First Team All-Ohio and Coca-Cola Gold Scholar; Kopano Marumo, Second Team All-Ohio; and Delaware Campus students Aria Dockham and Sierra Arvin, Third Team All-Ohio.
The All-Ohio Team members each received cash scholarships to continue their education,
sponsored by Honda of American Mfg., Inc. Carstensen is an environmental science major
with a 3.84 GPA; Marumo is a mental health major from Pretoria, South Africa, who
holds a 4.0 average; Dockham is studying to become a neuroscientist and has a 3.76
GPA; and Arvin has completed her Associate of Science degree with a 3.88 average and
hopes to become a pharmacist.
Four students awarded ‘Men of the Year’
At the Men of the Year Awards, recipients posed with their plaques, including (from
left) Marcus Deloney, Donovan Patrick
, Brad Farmer, Joel Brooks, Thomas Capps, Bob Summerfield
, and Bell Award winner Javier Sanchez.
Four students were named “Men of the Year” at the Fifth Annual Men of the Year Awards
yesterday. In addition to students Bob Summerfield, Donovan Patrick, Marcus Deloney and Thomas Capps, faculty member Joel Brooks and staff member Brad Farmer were also named. The awards
are given each year by the M.A.N. Initiative, recognizing outstanding leadership on
The Napoleon Bell Sr. Award was given to Javier Sanchez, of R.E.A.C.H. Communication
Inc. for his service to the community. The award is given in memory of former Trustee
and community leader Nap Bell, Sr. Also recognized at yesterday’s awards were the
2014-2015 M.A.N. Initiative student participants and their employee mentors. For more
information about the Man of the Year Awards or the M.A.N. Initiative program please
contact Brett Welsh, director of Global Diversity and Inclusion.
Tell us your success stories
The Student Success Council at Columbus State is a group of faculty, staff and administrators
who recognize and award student success efforts at the college. As students, your
input is critical to our work. We would like to hear about your success! Please go to http://www.cscc.edu/about/ssi/success-stories.shtml to share your achievements and triumphs.
Et al. Journal wants your submissions
The editors of Et al.: An Online Journal of Excellence in Writing across the Curriculum, a publication of the Columbus State Writing Centers, are now seeking submissions
for the next issue of the journal.
Et al. accepts submissions of student-written works created in response to any writing assignment
given in any class at Columbus State. You can find more information, including a manuscript-submission form, online.
Et al. accepts submissions at any time, but the submission deadline for consideration
for the 2015 issue of the journal is June 1.
For more information, contact Deborah Bertsch at the Writing Center at email@example.com.
Discovery Beach Volleyball League starts next month
The Downtown YMCA organizes a spring and summer co-ed beach volleyball league at Discovery
Beach (100 N. Grant Ave.) on Mondays and Tuesdays. Registration is now open and space
is limited. Register online now for May leagues. Based on interest, leagues may continue
throughout the summer. Contact Shawn Gunnoe of the YMCA at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
Don't miss important activities- Check the calendar!
Lots more activities and events can be found on the Columbus State Activities Calendar:
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