Student research and published work
The Central State University Undergraduate Research Journal is available for reading and down- loading. Journal editor Dr. Denise Huggins said this journal is excit- ing because of its ability to be an instrument for increasing interest in undergraduate research as well as being a method for showcasing the outstanding work of students at the University — www.csucadre.org
The Maruder Zone bookstore’s online ordering site is now opera- tional. Customers can purchase textbooks, CSU merchandise, spe- ciality items. Click the Marauder Zone logo and place your order today.
EVENTS CSU Chorus Spring Concert Sunday, March 13 4:00 PM Paul Robeson Cultural and Performing Arts Center
Honor’s Day Tuesday, April 5
Research and Scholarly Activity Day Wednesday, April 13 8:30 AM – 1:30 PM Center for Education and Natural Sciences
Commencement 2011 Saturday, May 7 10:00 AM McPherson Memorial Stadium
COM CSU joins Great Lakes Valley Conference
The Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) announced that the associate mem- bership application of Central State University in the sport of football has been accepted. The GLVC Council of Presidents at the October 5, meeting unani- mously approved the addition of Marauder football. CSU currently participates in the NCAA Division II independent conference.
“The GLVC is pleased to welcome CSU and Urbana University as the first two associate members in the 32-year history of the league,” said Jim Naumovich, GLVC commissioner. “Their inclusion in the GLVC will be instrumental in the creation of a viable football schedule for our member institutions when we begin competition in 2012.” The GLVC was established in 1978 and is the larg- est NCAA Division II conference in the country with 17 member institutions in five midwestern states.
Coach Waterman’s legacy continues in the classic
The ninth annual Ben Waterman Classic brought loads of excitement to the Central State campus in December. The classic is generally an all men’s event but this year the games included the women’s teams.
The tournament is named in honor of former Central State University Basketball Coach Ben Waterman who loved the game and also led the teams at Wil- berforce and Ohio State. Waterman also coached high school basketball in the Dayton and Cincinnati areas.
Mike Hartsock, Sports Director from Channel 7 WHIO TV 7 (center) joins Ben Waterman Classic coaches, and Mitch Waterman (second from left) and CSU Assistant Athletic Director, Jahan Culbreath.
Mike Hartsock, WHIO TV – 7 (Dayton, Ohio) introduced the teams and talked about the competition in this year’s Waterman Classic at the annual breakfast the first day of the classic.
The event this year included: Central State University, women and men; Elizabeth City State University, women and men; Kentucky Wesleyan College, women; Livingstone College, women; Temple Baptist College, men; and Wilberforce University, men.
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