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    September 17 campus notes 09172012 September 17 campus notes 09172012 Presentation Transcript

    • Monday, Monday,September 17,September 17, 2012 2012
    • Graduation Ceremony September 14, 2012 Xavier’s Cintas Center See Student Records For More Info
    • Dr. JAY AVENIDOAllied Health
    • Metro Bus PassesImportant information: NOW AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTSBeginning March 2012, Metro will nolonger issue monthly passes.The monthly pass will be replacedwith a 30 day pass.Bus pass is valid for unlimited ridesfor 30 days from the day of first use.Financial aid money must be on yourstudent account in order to chargeyour bus pass.Bus pass is non-refundable andirreplaceable, students are allowedonly one pass per course.Visit www.go-metro.com or call 513-621-4455 for bus schedules and rideinformation.
    • JERRY FAIRALL, Director •Business Management •Accounting Technology •Early Childhood Education •Veterinary Technology •Practical Nursing •Allied Health •Surgical Technology
    • Dr. Gerald Lindahl General Education Studies
    • Woodlawn Norwood Shuttle service between campuses Monday, Tuesday & ThursdayDeparts Woodlawn 8:30am Arrives Norwood 9:05amArrives Woodlawn 9:45am Departs Norwood 9:10amDeparts Woodlawn 9:50am Arrives Norwood 10:20amArrives Woodlawn 10:55am Departs Norwood 10:25amDeparts Woodlawn 11:00am Arrives Norwood 11:30amArrives Woodlawn 12:05pm Departs Norwood 11:35amDeparts Woodlawn 12:10pm Arrives Norwood 12:45pmArrives Woodlawn 1:20pm Departs Norwood 12:50pm
    • Computer labs are open onFriday and Saturday Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm Saturday 9:00am – 1:00pm
    • Nancy Killeen Veterinary Technology
    • Open HouseSaturday September 22, 201210:00am – 2:00pm Bring Family and Friends
    • MIKE DAVIS •Information Technology •Legal Studies •Audio/Video Production •Architectural Design & Drafting •Computer Networking •Biomedical Equipment Technology
    • Shelley BoskoEarly childhood
    • Remember, it’s the lawSmokers must beaway from thedoors of any publicbuilding.
    • Prince Ellis Info. Technology Architectural DesignBiomedical Technology
    • The U.S. Constitution was written in the same Pennsylvania State House where the Declaration of independence was signed and where GeorgeWashington received his commission as Commander of the Continental Army. Now called Independence Hall, the building still stands today on Independence Mall in Philadelphia, directly across from the National Constitution Center. CONSTITUTION DAY – SEPTMBER 17th
    • Written in 1787, the Constitution was signed onSeptember 17th, but it wasn’t until 1788 that it was ratified by the necessary nine states. CONSTITUTION DAY – SEPTEMBER 17th
    • The U. S. Constitution was prepared in secret, behind locked doors that were guarded by sentries. CONSTITUION DAY – SEPTEMBER 17th
    • Some of the original framers and many delegates in thestate ratifying conventions were very troubled that theoriginal Constitution lacked a description of individual rights. In 1791, Americans added a list of rights to theConstitution. The first ten amendments became known as The Bill of Rights. CONSITUTION DAY – September 17TH
    • Of the 55 delegates attending the ConstitutionalConvention, 39 signed and 3 delegates dissented. Two ofAmerica’s ‘founding fathers’ didn’t sign the Constitution. Thomas Jefferson was representing his country in France, and John Adams was doing the same in Great Britain. CONSTITUTION DAY – SEPTEMBER 17th
    • Established on November 26, 1789, the first national‘Thanksgiving Day’ was originally created by George Washington as a way of ‘giving thanks’ for the Constitution . CONSTITUTION DAY – SEPTEMBER 17th
    • Of the written national constitutions, the U.S. Constitution is the oldest and the shortest. CONSTITUTION DAY – SEPTEMBER 17th
    • At 81, Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania was the oldestdelegate at the Constitution Convention, and at 26,Jonathan Dayton of New Jersey was the youngest . CONSTITUTION DAY – SEPTEMBER 17th
    • The original Constitution is on display at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. When the Japanesebombed Pearl Harbor, it was moved to Fort Knox for safekeeping. CONSTITUTION DAY – SEPTEMBER 17th
    • More than 11,00 amendments have been introduced in Congress. Thirty-three have gone to the states to beratified, and twenty-seven have received the necessary approval from the states to actually become amendments to the Constitution. CONSTITUTION DAY – SEPTEMBER 17th
    • Doug Yeager Audio Video Production
    • Attention All StudentsWe need singers for The 11th Annual Holiday CD. Sign up sheets in both libraries Doug Yeager 513-672-1936
    • Are you registered tovote? If not, now is thetime to get registeredand perform your civicduty and register.If you have notregistered to vote,please stop by and seean Academic Advisorand complete a VoterRegistration Form.
    • This is a notice that the annual Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Crime and Security ActReport is currently available on the College’s website at:http://www.brownmackie.edu/cincinnati/student-consumer-information.aspxPaper copies of the Crime Report are available on campus in the Advising Office or by callingthe College at 513-771-2424.The annual Crime Report contains the following pertinent information:The Institute’s Safety and Security Policies; The procedures for reporting a crime; Security personnel at the Institute; Policies for preparing the annual crime report; Security and access to campus facilities; Campus law enforcement; Programs offered about campus security and the prevention of crime; Off-campus student organizations; Drug and alcohol policies; Sexual assault policies and the rights of victims; Information regarding registered sex offenders; Emergency Notification and Evacuation Policy; Fire Safety; Missing PersonThe crime statistics for the Institute’s Campus, Non-Campus Buildings and Public Property forcalendar years 2009, 2010 and 2011.
    • Shannon ZozCriminal Justice & Paralegal
    • Open HouseSaturday September 22, 201210:00am – 2:00pm Bring Family and Friends
    • Voter Registration in the Library both campuses until Friday, September 28If you turned 18, moved or changed your name since the last election, you must register to vote.
    • AVP - Sign up forYou want to make a movie for Brown Mackie College’s Oscar Night? Sign up by emailing Doug Yeager – dyeager@brownmackie.edu Or by the sign up sheet by the TV studio.Competition starts Break Week and ends October 8
    • Let it snow Let it snow oliday CD Let it snow Sign up in the library
    • GLENNA ABNEY Student Success Center Coordinator
    • Anisha DanielsBusiness management Accounting Tech.