Preview Columbus State’s mobile website
Columbus State’s mobile website is ready for a semi-public preview here:
The site is designed with information that’s most useful to mobile users, including
Admissions, Course Schedules, and Maps & Directions. The site was designed by the
same firm that designed Columbus State’s current website.
We chose content through a small survey, and by examining our server data to see which
sites get the most mobile traffic. A group of students came in for one-on-one user
testing on the site last week.
Have feedback? Email Web Content Coordinator Tony Goins at email@example.com
The mobile website is designed as a complement to the main cscc.edu ... for more detailed
information, users will still be referred to the main site. Separately, Columbus State
is working on ways to make the main site more mobile-friendly.
Honor society takes awards at Regional
The Columbus State chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the community college honor society,
earned a 5-Star rating for its service projects in 2011.
The chapter received the awards at regional competition recently, on the strength
of two major projects. The chapter urged students to sign a college-completion pledge
in February. Then, in November, the chapter hosted a panel on school bullying. The
event won 1st Runner-Up for their project, as well as a “Catch a Shining Star Award.”
Several members received individual awards:
- Paul Saltz was inducted into the Order of Athena and recognized as Ohio Region’s 2011 Most Distinguished
- Britta Sharp, vice president of membership, was inducted into the Order of the Golden Key.
- Christine Drake was inducted into the Order of Athena and received the Ohio Region’s Most Distinguished
Chapter Officer award.
Columbus State’s Phi Theta Kappa was founded in 1990. The honor society has 1,275
chapters worldwide and 39 in Ohio.
The annual Outstanding Woman Student Leader Awards were held last week in honor of
Women’s History Month, and 10 students were recognized for their academic success,
leadership activities, community service, and personal achievement. Columbus State
Board of Trustees member Lynne Bowman was the keynote speaker at the ceremony themed
“Women’s Education—Women’s Empowerment.” The award winners are, front row from left: Debbie Strain, Leslie Mayes, Tanya Motley, Emily Gardner, and Samantha Swope. Joining the students at the ceremony in the top row, from left are: President Harrison, Master of Ceremonies Heather Borland, VP for Student Affairs Dr. Jan Rogers, and
students Marlena Smith, Allison Fitch-Webb, Courtney Dalton, and Chelsie Damron. Keynote speaker Lynne Bowman, Board of Trustees, and Dean of Student Life Renée
Hampton are top row far right. Not pictured is student award winner Barbara Ransom.
New noodles in town
There’s a whole new type of food cart located on the sidewalk between Nestor Hall
and TL these days!
The Noodle Bowl serves Asian, Mediterranean and All-American favorites.
Cart manager and chef Doug Harvey has spent his career in four- and five-star restaurants,
and his flair for flavor is evident in the many choices at the Noodle Bowl. “So far,
the Asian stir fry with General Tso sauce, and the Alfredo dishes are the big sellers,”
The Noodle Bowl is open weekdays from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and bowls start at just
$6. Try it out after Spring Break!
New look for online files comes over break
On Thursday, March 22, the online file storage at storage.cscc.edu will get a facelift.
The new interface is very intuitive with the look and feel of the common windows explorer
file presentation. If you have questions you can contact the Help Desk at 287-5050.
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