Be it resolved: Co-op experiment is a success
|Young Herman Schneider|
On Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2005, when the UC Board of Trustees meet on the eve of co-op's centennial year, the board will vote on a new resolution declaring the co-op experiment the success that it is. The experiment has more than proven itself. The board will consider the new resolution during their 8 a.m. meeting in Room 400, Tangeman University Center.
A century of images on display through June 2006
|These 1918 co-op students called themselves The Gandy Dancers, a term for railroad workers.|
Co-op Hall of Honor Induction and Garden Dedication, April 23-25, 2006
At 5 p.m., April 24, 2006, UC will dedicate a garden to the founder of co-op, Herman Schneider. The dedication will be held between Baldwin Quad and McMicken Green on the UC campus. Schneider family members will return to their Cincinnati roots from Wisconsin, Maine and Florida to attend.
At 7 p.m., April 24, 2006, the first inductees to the UC Co-op Hall of Honor will be announced at a banquet on UC’s campus. Their names will be carved into the granite steps of the Herman Schneider Memorial Garden. Nominations are due by Aug. 15, 2005. To make a nomination, visit http://www.uc.edu/propractice/hallofhonor/nominations.htm
The national Cooperative Education and Internship Association Conference will be held in Cincinnati April 23-25, 2006. Conference events on campus April 25 include a keynote address by Bob McDonald, vice president of global operations, The Procter & Gamble Company.
Corporate Symposium, June 20, 2006
UC will partner with the National Commission for Cooperative Education to sponsor a corporate symposium where 200 regional employers and educators will meet during a one-day seminar at UC’s Kingsgate Conference Center.
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“100 Cool Co-ops”
|Mindy Foster on co-op at United Cerebral Palsy|
From Jan. 9-20, 2006, the general public gets to go online and vote for the 100 coolest jobs. The general public, as well as co-op employers and UC community, will vote on which are indeed the 100 coolest co-op jobs. The winning students will not only receive prizes but recognition at public events, including basketball games, starting in February 2006.
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