Don’t forget to Fall Back!Daylight Saving Time starts at 2 a.m. Sunday, November 1. Turn your clocks back one hour before you go to bed on Saturday, and then you’ll be able to relax and sleep that extra hour in the morning!
Presidential search forums to be held next weekThe search firm of Greenwood/Asher and Associates from Miramar Beach, Fla., will hold campus forums on Monday, November 2. Greenwood/Asher would like to gather valuable insight and advice from the campus community. Two questions they will ask are:
Please bring your questions, concerns and enthusiasm to the forums. Greenwood/Asher needs your assistance in the search process for identifying and subsequently making recommendations for a successor for the next president of Columbus State. Your participation will make a difference.
The forums have been scheduled for Monday, November 2, in WD-435 (Ballroom).
9:00-10:00 a.m. – Staff and Administrators
10:30-11:30 a.m. – Faculty
Greenwood/Asher will return on December 1 to gather input from our students and representatives from our four county districts.
If you are unable to attend the forums but would like to answer the two questions above or have additional comments or suggestions, please send them to Linda Shinn, and she will forward your information to Greenwood/Asher and Associates to include with the information they gather at the forums. Any additional questions or comments should also be directed to Linda Shinn.
Time to giveThe Annual Combined Charitable Giving Campaign is now under way, as announced at In-Service, October 28. You can view the campaign Donor Guide by logging onto the intranet, where you can also complete the pledge form. Remember, the Intranet is only available on campus – you cannot log on from home. The 2010 Donor Guide briefly describes the numerous charitable organizations registered with United Way, Community Health Charities Ohio, Earth Share Ohio, Community Shares of Mid-Ohio, and America’s Charities. The pledge form allows you to select a specific charity within an organization, or just select the organization you would like your donation to benefit. You can then send your donation directly to campaign coordinator, Barb Smith-Allen, in Institutional Advancement, Franklin Hall.
The sneak preview is located at www.cscc.edu/preview. The preview is not a working website, but rather mocked-up images of the site. To navigate between pages, go to the “Select A Page” drop-down menu in the upper right-hand corner.
The college is actively seeking comments on the proposed design. Please send comments and suggestions to Tony Goins, web content coordinator.
Meyers has second book published“Central Ohio’s Historic Prisons,” a new book by David Meyers, fiscal specialist in Community Education and Workforce Development, was just released by Arcadia Publishing.
A photographic history of the development of the state’s correctional system, the book focuses on the Ohio Penitentiary, Boys Industrial School, and the Ohio State Reformatory.
For 30 years, David Meyers was employed in the adult and juvenile correctional systems of Ohio, including stints at the Ohio State Reformatory and Ohio Penitentiary. He was also closely involved with the Fairfield School for Boys. David’s co-author is his daughter, Elise, a former Columbus State student. This is David’s second book for Arcadia, following last year’s “Columbus: The Musical Crossroads.”
Faculty members in Nursing Certificate Program offer conference Members of the Columbus State Nursing Certificates Program hosted a day-long wound care conference Friday, October 16. The conference was organized by Barbara Kerr and Rita Krummen. RNs, LPNs and faculty members participated in the day of continuing education with Mary Arnold Long, MSN, RN, as she shared her expertise in wound and ostomy care. Janelle McLain also provided a presentation on Medela's wound vac.