Dr. Posey is one of the "Cincinnati 300"
President Monica Posey has been recognized by Cincinnati Magazine as one of the 300 "most powerful leaders" in the city, and as one of only eight leaders selected in the Education & Health category.
The Cincinnati 300 list was announced in a special issue of the magazine released in late February.
A congratulatory message from the College community (above) appeared in the magazine. Click the image above to see a larger version.
According to Cincinnati Magazine Editor-in-Chief John Fox, the selection process included studying the region's largest public, private, and non-profit companies, as well as considering those who serve on key oversight boards for regional organizations.
Each Cincinnati 300 recipient was asked to share personal stories and helpful advice. Dr. Posey's biographical profile from the magazine is below.
Cincinnati State Trustee George Vincent also was selected for the Cincinnati 300, as one of eight individuals in the Professional Services category. Mr. Vincent is the Managing Partner of the law firm Dinsmore & Shohl.
Main 180 is available for meetings
Room 180 in the Main Building is available again for use as a Presentation Center and/or meeting room.
As shown in the photo, the room is set up with tables and chairs to seat 24 people. Not visible in the photo is the large screen at the front of the room.
More chairs are available, but some of the original tables-- which have a distinctive "front panel" you can see in the photo-- are missing.
If you spot any of the missing tables in other locations, please notify Christine Barrow in Facilities (email@example.com).
To reserve Main 180 for a meeting, please use the Space Reservation Clifton Campus eForm.
Historical Society lunch topic is History of the Bra
Professor Leesha Thrower will discuss the History of the Bra at the Historical Society Brown Bag Lunch on Wednesday, Mar. 6.
The program takes place from noon to 12:50 p.m., in Conference Center Room 342 on Clifton Campus.
All members of the College community are welcome to bring your lunch (as well as appropriate supportive garments) and enjoy this learning experience.
The Brown Bag Lunch series is sponsored by the Cincinnati State Historical Society and Cincinnati State’s History Department.
For more information, contact club advisor Daniel Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Campus clubs host presentation on Conflict Resolution Styles
The Psychology Club, the Leadership Club, and the Women's Empowerment Network at Cincinnati State will sponsor a Workshop on "The Five Conflict Styles" on Thursday, Mar. 7, from 10 to 11:15 a.m. in Conference Center Room 342.
The workshop, which will be led by Dean Geoffrey Woolf, is open to all members of the College community.
In addition to serving as Dean of the Humanities & Sciences Division, Geoff is a Mediator/Trainer for the Dayton Mediation Center and a Board Member for the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation.
Workshop participants will complete the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument, which measures five styles of conflict resolution, and then learn more about varied approaches to conflict resolution.
Joint Community Campaign wrap-up event included two prize drawings
A small but enthusiastic crowd celebrated the end of the Joint Community Campaign for United Way and Community Shares on Friday, Mar. 1, during Happy Hour at the Summit.
Dr. Posey conducted the final two drawings for prizes (seen above, with oversight from Kim Taylor and Kristin Donaldson from the Development Office).
- Virginia Witte was the winner of a $25 gift card to the Cincinnati State Bookstore.
- Stani Kantcheva won the "grand prize"-- two general admission tickets for 1 Night, 12 Kitchens.
Dr. Posey extended thanks to everyone who contributed to the Joint Community Campaign for 2018-19.
Fundraiser for Cheer Team on Mar. 5 at Chipotle
A portion of the proceeds (33%) from that day and time will be donated to the student club.
Show the flyer (click the image above to get a printable copy) or mention the fundraiser to be sure your contribution is credited to the Cheer Team.
The purpose of the Cincinnati State Cheer Team is to promote leadership, school spirit, and good sportsmanship among students and to encourageg enthusiasm among members of the College community. The fundraising will help with the purchase of new team uniforms.
- ENGAGE Ambassadors needed to guide guests on Oct. 11
- Common Time on Sep. 16 offers help with assessment activities
- CState Warrior Run Team seeks participants
- College Archives exhibit celebrates 50th anniversary
- Summer Retirement Celebrations
- Sewer renovation project blocks portions of Lot C
- CState forms team for Alzheimer's Walk on Oct. 5
- GOAL workshops help students succeed
- Transfer Center shares September calendar
- Video posted for State-of-the-College & 50th Anniversary Preview event
- - Honors Scholarship Golf Classic
- - Counseling Center Workshop for students: Handling Anxiety & Stress
- - Common Time: Assessment Workshop
- Tue. 9/17 - College Info Session
- Tue. 9/17 - College Info Evening Session
- Thu. 9/19 - Charter Day Picnic
- Thu. 9/19 - Career Coach Training
- Thu. 9/19 - Career Coach Training
- Fri. 9/20 - Free Coffee Friday with Patty Edwards
- Mon. 9/23 - Counseling Center Workshop for students: Handling Anxiety & Stress