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    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
    March 25 campus notes 03252014
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  • 1. iPad Workshops: Break Week—Library—For You! Monday, March 31st 10-11 am Googling Google: Gmail, Drive, Chrome, Play, Books, Earth, Plus. How to store/edit documents, get music, books. 1-2 pm On Cloud9—Your own storage Paradise: Content creation storage & manipulation on the iPad. Tuesday, April 1st 10-11 am No Fooling! The Internet Will Be There Tomorrow: Toward a paper-less classroom and work environment. 1-2 pm Googling Google: Gmail, Drive, Chrome, Play, Books, Earth, Plus. Wednesday, April 2nd 10-11 am On Cloud9—Your own storage Paradise. 1-2 pm No Fooling! The Internet Will Be There Tomorrow. Ask the Librarian for more information!
  • 2. Stress Workshop for Students If you feel your life is full of stress, this workshop will give you some tools to reduce stress and make your life a little easier. When: April 3 2014 Where: Main Campus room 201 Time: 11:00 to 12:00
  • 3. Student Appreciation Sale March 13 – 20th Only! 20% All Drink ware, T-Shirts, Jackets and Sweatshirts 50% off all Sale Merchandise 50% off Hats & Headgear
  • 4. Bart Saltsgaver Jan Wilson Takiba Johnson Jessie Philpot Jay Avenido Linnisah Speed Mary Brewer Lisa Davis Margaret McDermot Eileen Buck
  • 5. TWO (2) ALL PROGRAMS $500 EACH SCHOLARSHIPS DEADLINE TO APPLY APRIL 28, 2014 Need Money? Apply today for The Education Foundation Scholarship Visit the Bookstore, Financial Aid or Library to pick up an application
  • 6. Peer Tutoring Opportunity You can apply to be a peer tutor if you earned a B or better in the class you want to tutor and be in your second quarter. See Advisor: Glenna Abney in Room 107
  • 7. Grades Quality Points Total QP GPA President's A A A 16 16 16 48 4.00 Dean's A A A- 16 16 14.8 46.8 3.90 Dean's A A- A- 16 14.8 14.8 45.6 3.80 Dean's A A B+ 16 16 13.6 45.6 3.80 Dean's A A- B+ 16 14.8 13.6 44.4 3.70 Dean's A A B 16 16 12 44 3.67 Dean's A B+ B+ 16 13.6 13.6 43.2 3.60 Does Not Qualify A A- B 16 14.8 12 42.8 3.57 Does Not Qualify A A B- 16 16 10.8 42.8 3.57 Does Not Qualify A A- B- 16 14.8 10.8 41.6 3.47 President’s & Dean’s List Qualifications
  • 8. Congratulations to our Pending March Graduates Austin, Joshua A Computer Networking & Applications - Associate Bester, Audra R Business Administration - Bachelor Brooks, Reva M Health Care Administration - Associate Coleman, Justin T Audio/Video Production -Associate Cross, Evan Computer Networking & Applications - Associate Denham, Melinda L Business Management - Associate Dixon, Shannon Medical Assistant - Diploma Doyle, Angela Early Childhood Education - Associate Evans, Amanda K Surgical Technology - Associate Fischer, Ricky L Biomedical Equipment Technology - Associate Foster, Ebony S Criminal Justice - Associate Garrison, Ashley Surgical Technology - Associate Glass, Lori A Medical Assistant - Diploma Glass, Melinda J Paralegal - Associate Goldman, Marilyn Medical Assistant - Diploma Harris, Brittany J Medical Assistant - Diploma
  • 9. Congratulations to our Pending March Graduates Haye, Jewelle M Practical Nursing - Diploma Heet, Alan C Surgical Technology - Associate Howard, Latasha R Business Management - Associate Johnson, Gwendolyn Medical Assistant - Diploma Marshall, Julie Paralegal - Associate McGrew, Vanessa Information Technology - Associate Minor, Brandon L Information Technology - Associate Moore, Alicia N Criminal Justice - Bachelors Pagel, Amy M Medical Assistant - Diploma Rosfeld, Joshua Audio/Video Production -Associate Sifford, William R Audio/Video Production -Associate Sims, LeRenda C Audio/Video Production -Associate Stevenson, Antoinette Business Management - Associate Stewart, Carl Biomedical Equipment Technology - Associate Wane, Mary Medical Assistant - Diploma Wheeler, Jasen Business Management - Associate White, Mykiale J Veterinary - Associate Woods, Elision Practical Nursing - Diploma
  • 10. Congratulations to our Pending April Graduates Barnes, Tracy L Medical Assistant - Diploma Bennett, Leo Computer Networking & Applications - Associate Berry, Jeannette N Information Technology - Associate Brand, Lisa R Accounting- Diploma Bressert, Matthew A Biomedical Equipment Technology - Associate Calhoun, Monica S Medical Assisting - Associate Campbell, Jannelle Medical Assistant - Diploma Caudill, Michelle Accounting Technology - Associate Ferguson, Kevin Medical Assistant - Diploma Love, Carla T Criminal Justice - Associate Lynch, Nora Early Childhood Education - Associate Price, Lawanda A Criminal Justice - Bachelors Toles, Rachel M Practical Nursing - Diploma VonRichter, Rebekka A Veterinary - Associate Wells, RayShaundra R Medical Assistant - Diploma Wennersten, Robin J Medical Assistant - Diploma Williams, Jarrell Audio/Video Production -Associate Wilson, Michael M Audio/Video Production -Associate
  • 11. Ride Metro’s Rt. 43 Woodlawn-Evendale to class • Buses run approximately every hour weekdays 6:50 a.m. to 9:20 p.m. • Service from downtown Cincinnati along Reading Rd. • Fare - $1.75 in Zone 1/$2.65 in Zone 2 (Reading and Sunnybrook) Students you know go Metro www.go-metro.com
  • 12. Summer Camps For Your Kids . . . Summer Classes For You See the library’s website for camp information.
  • 13. Ambassador Honor Society Is collecting Box Tops to benefit the Princeton School district. Please save your tops and place in the boxes in the Library at both Woodlawn and Norwood!!!

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