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  • 1. 1 HOLLINGSWORTH, HOLLY Subject: Daily News 7.1.14: Student Success Summit; Sno Cones and Student Success; Alumni Reds Game From: Daily News Editor [mailto:dne@cincinnatistate.edu] Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2014 10:42 AM Subject: Daily News 7.1.14: Student Success Summit; Sno Cones and Student Success; Alumni Reds Game IN THE know Today's Chef Choice Roasted Turkey $3.50 Veggie Quiche $3.00 Green Beans $0.75 Mashed Potatoes $0.75 Soup Specials Carrot Fennel w/ Horseradish Vegetarian Chili Hours: Monday-Friday Overlook: Breakfast 7:30-10:15 Lunch 10:30-2:25 Dinner 4:30-6:05 Bakery Hill: 7:30-2:00 Bakery Hill on Main: 7:30- 1:00 Enrollment Totals to DateEdit Enrollment Total to Date 2014 Fall Semester Headcount 3,688 Credit Hours 34,029 Job Posting Internal Jobs See internal postings here External Jobs See all job postings here Cincinnati State 'In the News' Future at Cincinnati State? Logistics – and budget cuts TUESDAY July, 01 2014 PREPARING FOR SUCCESS “Whether you know it or not, you are setting yourself up for something better.” That was a key part of the message that State Rep. Denise Driehaus (above) delivered this morning to a group of high school students from the Upward Bound and Project GRAD programs at the kickoff of a three-day Student Leadership Summit at the College. Driehaus, who represents Cincinnati State in the Ohio House, told the students in her keynote address that with hard work and perserverence now, they will find success in their professional and most likely their personal lives. The simple fact that the students are spending part of their summer at Cincinnati State, in a program designed to prepare them for college, is a big first step in that direction, she said. “You guys are young,” she said. “You’re setting yourselves up for success.” current EVENTS Today 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Upward Bound Leadership Summit Conference Center; ATLC 211 9:00 am College Information Session Main 180 11:30 am to 1:00 pm Student Activities Snow Cones ATLC Courtyard This Week WEDNESDAY 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Upward Bound Leadership Summit Conference Center; ATLC 211 THURSDAY 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Upward Bound Leadership Summit Conference Center; ATLC 211 Looking Ahead Mon, Jul 07 Free Community ESL Class Main 337 Mon, Jul 14 Free Community ESL Class Main 337 Tue, Jul 15 Veterans Financial Workshop ATLC 108 (The Point) Fri, Jul 25 Alumni Night at the Reds Summit, Great American Ball Park Contact Daily News
  • 2. 2 Cincinnati Enquirer, June 25 Cincinnati State’s Johnson honored by Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame National Junior College Athletic Association Website, June 25 Veterans financial workshop at Cincinnati State July 15 Examiner.com, June 24 Cincinnati State among most successful junior college programs Cincinnati Enquirer, June 25 Sibcy Cline is growing Cincinnati Enquirer, June 25 New life for Marianne Theater Cincinnati Enquirer, June 24 Holmes grad developing new skills in summer league Cincinnati Enquirer, June 22 Cincinnati State to expand Middletown programs Middletown Journal, June 19 Cranley delegation heading to Munich Cincinnati Enquirer, June 20 Surge Spiritwear Store Online The College's online store is a place for faculty and staff to shop for embroidered Cincinnati State logowear and accessories. The online store is for personal orders only. Enter “statestore” for both username and password. All orders will be delivered to the Marketing & Communications Department. Staff members will contact you when your order is ready for pick-up. Mark Romito, director of external affairs for AT&T, the lead sponsor of the summit, carried much the same message in his remarks. He said his corporation has consistently supported this event because it believes in the importance of education, but also because it has a self-interest in helping to develop future employees as well as well-educated, well-paid workers of all sorts who will then become AT&T customers. The theme of this year’s summit is cyber-bullying. Student participants will form teams and debate whether it is or should be a crime, and if so what should be done about it. Rep. Driehaus noted that the Ohio Legislature recently passed a bill that essentially tries to promote greater awareness of the issue, but said she knows “that’s not enough.” Moreover, she said, students participating in the Student Leadership Summit, simply by virtue of their age and familiarity with the technology, are likely to understand the issue better than members of the General Assembly. Therefore, she said, if the student summit at Cincinnati State produces coherent, reasonable recommendations for legislative action, she would have them drafted into the form of a bill and introduce it in the Ohio House if she could find a co-sponsor to make it a bi-partisan move. Students are scheduled to report their conclusions in the form of skits on Thursday afternoon. For more information about the event, please contact Bari Ewing at (513) 569-1828 or bari.ewing@cincinnatistate.edu. NEWS today Be cool, stay in school Alumni Night at the Reds is July 25 Archive • STEM Academy, Week II: Boat Racing • Volunteers Needed for Ultrasound Scan Assessments • Upward Bound Leadership Summit comes to campus this week • Phylicia Johnson named to Basketball Hall of Fame • ODOT delays I-75 shutdown, but it's coming. Soon. • Chef Galvin has presence in national magazine • CONNECT event welcomes new students to campus • Trustees adopt temporary budget • Volleyball tryouts are July 12 • College to host Vets 'Smart Money' workshop July 15 Upcoming Events • Upward Bound Leadership Summit • College Information Session • Student Activities Snow Cones • Upward Bound Leadership Summit Be a part of MyCState Daily News. Send news items, photos or suggestions to the Daily News editor, Bob White. All it takes is an e- mail or a quick phone call. Email Phone: (513) 569-4775
  • 3. 3 • Upward Bound Leadership Summit • Free Community ESL Class • Free Community ESL Class • Veterans Financial Workshop • Alumni Night at the Reds