Chef Michael Carver carried the Cincinnati State banner to the Cincinnati Reds spring training camp in Arizona during a recent trip, and as well to the Grand Canyon. The man is clearly begging for a proper Cincinnati State hat, but that’s another story.
The DMS students are in need of volunteers on Wednesday, April 8 for their ultrasound scan assessments. These will be cardiovascular exams; no prep is needed. It’s a 60-minute exam; time is Noon to 1 p.m. If you, a family member, neighbor, friend or, heck, even a perfect stranger would like to volunteer, please send an e-mail to DMS Program Chair Jackie Turner at Jackie.Turner@cincinnatistate.edu. Remember, this activity has been approved toward service days. Thank you for your... read more
Cincinnati State is again participating in the Our Harvest farm co-op program, which provides for weekly deliveries of fresh produce to participants that can be picked up here at the College. Cincinnati State works with the Our Harvest co-operative as part of its sustainable agriculture certificate program, and also purchases some of the food for the Overlook café and the Summit Restaurant from its farms. Here’s a link to a website that describes the organization and the summer good program:... read more
Ten faculty have been nominated for the 2015 House/Bruckmann Award for Faculty Teaching Excellence. Two will be selected by a vote of their peers to receive the honor. The presentation will be made during a reception April 13. As has become a custom, the Daily News has asked each nominee to complete a brief biographical form to be shared with the Cincinnati State community. We’ll publish these over the next weeks, in alphabetical order. Next up is Mindy Piles. Melinda Piles Health &... read more
Emma Mcadow, a graduate of the Midwest Culinary Institute, placed second in the Fondant Cake category in the recently completed Retail Bakers of America National Cake Decorating Contest. According to members of the Cincinnati State contingent who drove to Chicago to cheer her on, it was a tough competition. Contestants were required to create a two-tiered fondant cake and a sculpted cake on day one. On day two they had to create a five-tiered wedding cake!
The Women’s Empowerment Alliance is hosting several events in April that focus on safety and self defense: Monday April 6: Understanding Sexual Assault, Stalking, & Knowing Your Rights ATLC Room 108 “The Point” 2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. The Women’s Empowerment Alliance has partnered with Women helping Women to increase awareness about violence against women. This is the first of a two-part Assault Prevention Series. The first session will be educational, where our speaker, Ms. Kendra Massey,... read more
Certain of those who assemble the Important Dates list for the College wish to make certain that the importance of the Important Dates is not lost on the Cincinnati State community for whom the Important Dates have been assembled. Therefore, as a service, for those who might not yet have committed to memory the Important Dates, here is a link to the Important Dates chart.
Cincinnati State teamed up with the University of Cincinnati to co-host a major conference and competition for engineering students over the weekend in and around Lawrenceburg, Ind. Cincinnati State’s George Armstrong, Jim Decker, Tom Burns, Doug Woodruff, Ann Fallon, Gail Quinlan, Carol Morman, and Ann Gunkel assisted in the planning and coordination of the conference, which involved 13 schools, 419 students, 42 judges, and 30 workers during the three-day event. As ever, Cincinnati State... read more
Ten faculty have been nominated for the 2015 House/Bruckmann Award for Faculty Teaching Excellence. Two will be selected by a vote of their peers to receive the honor. The presentation will be made during a reception April 13. As has become a custom, the Daily News has asked each nominee to complete a brief biographical form to be shared with the Cincinnati State community. We’ll publish these over the next weeks, in alphabetical order. Next up is Jon McKamey. Jon McKamey, PhD ITS/... read more
Monday’s Common Time was devoted to an update on the state of the College – one that largely mirrored presentations given last week before the Board of Trustees. President Owens (above) opened with an overview of financial, legislative and regulatory matters affecting Cincinnati State and community colleges across Ohio. These included the upcoming state budget, which is working its way through the Ohio General Assembly; Ohio’s funding formula; the effect of recent developments involve College... read more