Common Time on Jan. 28 celebrates service to College
Common Time on Monday, Jan. 28, from 3 to 4:30 p.m., is the annual Service Anniversary Awards event, recognizing more than 80 Cincinnati State employees for their years of service to the College.
Common Time takes place in the Main Building Conference Center on Clifton Campus.
At this year's Service Anniversary event, President Monica Posey will present service award pins to employees who observed their 5th, 10th, 15th, 20th, 25th, 30th, or 35th anniversary of continuous employment at the College during calendar year 2018.
"Continuous employment" may include serving as an adjunct faculty member or part-time employee prior to becoming a full-time employee.
Guest MCs this year are Tom Hale and Destiny Howard, who will (among other responsibilities) provide "fun facts" about those being recognized.
Light refreshments will be available.
Please join your colleagues for this celebration of dedicated service to the College.
If you can't attend in person, the event will be available through live-streaming at https://cincinnatistate.adobeconnect.com/cincinnatistate_events.
Beer on tap at CState soon?
A past Brewing program celebration at Rhinegeist Brewery included (from left) Troy D. Sparks, David Ovens, Brad Horak, Brewing Science Program Chair Carla Gesell-Streeter, Chelle Magin, Ryan Osner, and Dustin Gregory. (Photo from Facebook/CinStateBrewing)
When the government partial shutdown ends, Cincinnati State hopes to become the first college in Ohio with its own brewing permit.
Brewing Science Program Chair Carla Gesell-Streeter said the application for a brewing permit was submitted to the U.S. Treasury's Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau prior to the partial shutdown-- but now is on hold until the agency begins operating again.
The requested permit would allow Cincinnati State to brew, sell, and distribute its own craft beer on site.
Carla had hoped Cincinnati State would receive its permit by early February, but now it's unclear when the permit might be received.
The Ohio Department of Commerce's Division of Liquor Control Licensing has already said a State permit will be issued after the Federal permit is awarded.
An event is planned for April 20 that will showcase student-produced beers-- if the permits have arrived.
Carla said initially, student craft beers will be available in the Summit Restaurant. In the future, she hopes it will be possible to have an on-campus taproom.
Psychology Club welcomes participants
All CState students are invited to attend meetings of the Clifton Campus Psychology Club on Wednesdays from noon to 12:50 p.m. in Main 270.
The club meets weekly for discussions on topics of interest.
Students from any area of study are welcome to attend as their schedule allows. Club membership is not required.
Those interested in psychology or other helping professions are encouraged to visit one of the weekly meetings.
The club plans to host three speakers/workshops during Spring Semester. The first presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 20, and will focus on Ohio's new medical marijuana policy.
For more information, contact the Psychology Club advisor, Dr. Heather Hatchett (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I-75 & I-74 Construction Update (Jan. 25 & 28)
The Ohio Department of Transportation has scheduled overnight projects near the Clifton Campus on Jan. 25 and 28.
- Friday, Jan. 25 - Lane closure on west I-74 from the I-75 split to Montana Avenue from 8 p.m. until 6 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 26. Also, short-term full closures on north and south I-75 and east and west I-74 for equipment relocation between midnight and 4 a.m.
Traffic will be maintained with law enforcement officers during short-term full closures.
- Monday, Jan. 28 - Close the ramp from south I-75 to west I-74 from 11 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, until 5 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29. The detour uses south I-75 to Hopple to west I-74.
Arrow boards and/or signs will alert motorists of the work zone and restrictions. All work is contingent upon the weather.
To help ensure the safety of the construction workers as well as the traveling public, motorists should remain alert, reduce their speed, and watch for stopped traffic while passing through the work zone. Remember, move over or slow down.
For ongoing traffic, construction, and and weather-related information, please check www.OHGO.com.
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