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Apr
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Antonelli College Recognizes Dean’s and Director’s Lists

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Antonelli College Recognizes Dean’s and Director’s Lists
37 students recognized for quarterly success   

CINCINNATI – A total of 37 Antonelli College students have been named to either the Director’s or Dean’s List for academic achievement in the 2011 Winter quarter. Of the group, 14 students accumulated a perfect 4.0 GPA earning placement on the Director’s List; the remaining 23 were awarded Dean’s List accolades for their 3.6 – 3.89 GPA.

In total, seven of Antonelli College’s nine degree programs are represented and the list is comprised of just over a tenth of the total student population.   

“To be named to an elite group in any undertaking is an achievement, but to place such a high emphasis on your education and work to improve your future is truly commendable,” said Executive Campus Director, Karen Gautreau.

Interior Design, the fourth largest program at Antonelli College, led the rankings with 21 percent of the students being named to either list.

“The students accept any challenge we give them and these honors are a testament to how hard they are working to build their skill set for the future,” said Deborah Norman, Interior Design department chair. Among those included in the Interior Design group was Paola Roumani, the 2011 Winter cohort Valedictorian.

Graphic Design, the second largest program at Antonelli College, was a close second with just under 20 percent of their student population being recognized.

“We have a sign hanging on our floor which states ‘Good art hangs on your mom’s fridge, great design is created at Antonelli College’ – as you can see, the students believe in this mantra and are pushing themselves to create something more,” said Melissa Ferguson, Graphic Design department chair. 

Members of the Director’s List include: Matthew Baylor (Photography), Autumn Bennett (Photography), Heather Campbell (Graphic Design), Anita Colon (Hospitality Arts), Irene Hiteman-Sexton (Photography), Charles Lepak (Photography), Kristal Miller (Interior Design), Ericka Reed (Massage), Paola Roumani (Interior Design), Christopher Rumer (Photography), James Sams (Photography), Lenaya Spinelli (Interior Design), Heather Tolf-McDermott (Non-Degree Seeking) and Sasha Turner (Graphic Design).

Members of the Dean’s List include: Laura Beck (Photography), Trisha Day (Photography), Jennifer Graham (Photography), Adelia Jefferson (Massage), Sashia Jenkins (Graphic Design), Mitchell Jobe (Graphic Design), Sara Klimczewski (Photography), Amber Kolde-Johnston (Interior Design), Alysia Lang (Interior Design), Temesha Love (Medical Coding), Suzanne Norman (Interior Design), Keith Ohmer (Graphic Design), Olivia Parrish (Graphic Design), James Payton (Photography), Celicia Portwood Cole (Medical Coding), Gwyneth Ravenscraft (Graphic Design), Roberta Reid (Business Administration), Ashley Seiter (Interior Design), Jessica Sizemore (Graphic Design), Jamie Voet (Medical Coding), Marques Wilcox (Graphic Design), Kennady Wolfe (Photography) and Ashley Zych (Photography).

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Apr
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Antonelli College Announces Social Media Management Program

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Becomes first known school to offer Associate of Applied Business – Social Media Management degree

HATTIESBURG, Miss. - Antonelli College announces the addition of the Social Media Management program to their existing list of 17 academic offerings spanning four disciplines across five facilities.  The Mississippi campuses, located in Hattiesburg and Jackson, will be the first to host the program.  Classes will begin on May 10, 2011, but interested students may begin enrolling by contacting an Admissions Representative at (601) 583-4100.

Antonelli College received approval for the program from the Accrediting Commissions of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) at the end of March.  With the approval, the school will become the first known college or university in the United States to offer an accredited associate degree specifically focusing on social media management.

The program was designed to prepare students to navigate, and help to define, the rapidly changing world of social media as both a professional tool and personal communications channel.

“With many organizations adding social media marketing to their integrated marketing plan, we felt that there was a definite need to educate capable individuals with an ambition to pursue this field,” said Steve Bryant, Campus Director. “We are very excited about the possibilities that the Social Media Management program will offer our students and our community.” 

“As we researched the trends in areas such as social media and inbound, outbound and mobile marketing, the need for this degree was clear,” said Jason Davis, Corporate Marketing.  “As a career college our mission is to provide a quality education to future members of the workforce and respond to the most in-demand fields.”

Per a 2010 Nielsen study, Americans spend 906 million hours on social networks and blogs per month – validating Davis’ statement that the need to manage and provide content for such networks is evident.

Yet, social media managers are responsible for more than releasing snippets of information via Twitter or updating a Facebook status.  The SMM program’s foundation is enriched with disciplines such as economics, marketing, public relations and entrepreneurship.   These elements resulted in the program residing in Antonelli College’s Business and Information Technology  department.  As social media success relies on engagement and two-way communication, coursework will also stress principles such as branding, culture, ethics and predicting future trends. 

Students who enroll in the program full-time can expect to graduate in 21 months.  Upon completion, graduates may seek entry-level employment in various industries, with the most promising including healthcare, telecommunications, retail and automotive.  Should they choose to be self-employed, the field provides opportunities as independent consultants.

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Mar
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Antonelli College Recognizes Cohort with Degree Distinction

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Antonelli College Recognizes Cohort with Degree Distinction
Roumani and Dorsey receive top honors; Sizemore named Antonelli Achievement recipient

CINCINNATI – Paola Roumani and Blaire Dorsey were rewarded with top academic honors as a total of 11 students earned their Occupational Associate of Applied Science degrees. With a final overall GPA of 3.79, Roumani was named Valedictorian while Dorsey’s 3.69 GPA gave her the Salutatorian distinction. Roumani studied Interior Design while Dorsey studied Photography.

Of the cohort, Sean Fried (Florence, Ky.) walked for his degree in Business Administration while Jessica Sizemore (Cincinnati, Ohio) acquired her degree in Graphic Design. In addition to Roumani (Cincinnati, Ohio), Raquel Diallo (Cincinnati, Ohio), Nicole Makin (Cincinnati, Ohio) and Suzanne Norman (Hamilton, Ohio) received their degree in Interior Design. The Photography graduates were Dorsey (Ft. Thomas, Ky.), Laura Beck (Cincinnati, Ohio), Alphie Hill (Cincinnati, Ohio) and Kevin Parker (Cincinnati, Ohio). Also, Lisa Martin (Wilmington, Ohio) completed her Medical Coding requirements. From the group,  Roumani graduated with magna cum laude honors; Norman, Beck and Dorsey were awarded cum laude chords.

The graduation ceremony was held on Mar. 30, at the Aronoff Center for the Arts. Alumna Deanna Evans served as the keynote speaker. Evans is a 1990 Antonelli College graduate and the owner of Fresh Event wedding planning services.

“The path I am travelling was ultimately jumpstarted by the education I received at Antonelli College. I hope to motivate and inspire the students to set a creative path for their own future accomplishments,” said Evans.

Prior to the ceremony, the cohort was recognized at a luncheon and awards ceremony where Roumani was the lone graduate to be named to the Director’s List (quarterly GPA of 3.9 or higher) while Sizemore, Norman and Beck were included on the Dean’s List (quarterly GPA of 3.5 or higher).  Sizemore was selected as the Achievement Award recipient.

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Mar
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Antonelli College Joins National Technical Honors Society and Phi Beta Lambda

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Antonelli College Joins National Technical Honors Society and Phi Beta Lambda
Organizations to benefit student engagement    

CINCINNATI – Antonelli College is proud to announce the addition of the National Technical Honors Society (NTHS) and Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) to the list of student focused organizations on campus.

“I am pleased to offer students the chance to expand their horizons through involvement with the National Technical Honors Society and Phi Beta Lambda,” said Executive Campus Director Karen Gautreau. “Both organizations are synonymous with excellence in the education process and beyond into professional industries.”

The National Technical Honors Society recognizes student achievement in career and technical education. Charters are granted to high schools and two-year colleges offering career and technical programs. Antonelli College is one of 119 educational institutions in Ohio with a charter and one of nine in the Queen City. 

Students working toward their Associate of Applied Business in Information Technology with a 3.0 GPA and above will be eligible for membership. As a member of the National Technical Honors Society, students will have access to more than $90,000 in scholarships and potential to compete for awards via the Silver Star of Excellence program and Hall of Fame distinction. 

“Membership in the NTHS is a perfect reason for students to excel in the classroom. While the member title is something they can boast about professionally for years, the scholarship opportunities offer immediate rewards,” said Lee Foley, Information Technology department chair and NTHS advisor.

Phi Beta Lambda, the post-secondary division of Future Business Leaders of America, reaches over 11,000 college students. Upon their graduation, alumni have the opportunity to continue their commitment to the organization’s mission through the Professional Division.

“Many of our students have entrepreneurial aspirations after graduation; the great thing about PBL is it is offered to all programs, not just those studying business,” noted Christa Eldridge, Hospitality Arts department chair and PBL advisor. “In offering our entire population the chance to participate, those in any program can refine their business and networking skills.”

Antonelli College also inducts academically advanced students into the Alpha Beta Kappa National Honors Society once a year; quarterly students can earn placement on the Dean’s or Director’s List. 

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Antonelli College Participating in the Northern Kentucky Home Builders Association Home and Remodeling Showcase

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Antonelli College Participating in the Northern Kentucky Home Builders Association Home and Remodeling Showcase
Interior Design program applies coursework for Value City Furniture Face-Off   

WEST CHESTER, Ohio– Members of the Antonelli College Interior Design program are competing in the Value City Furniture Face-Off at the Northern Kentucky Home Builders Association Home and Remodeling Showcase. Their work will be exhibited at booth #411 at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center. Event times are 4 pm – 8 pm on Friday, Feb. 4, 10 am – 8 pm on Saturday, Feb. 5 and 10 am – 4 pm on Sunday, Feb. 6.

Each pair will create a unique vignette with merchandise donated by Value City. Represented rooms will include a modern dining room, transitional living room, master bedroom and a bedroom for a female pre-teen. Students of the Residential II class have been working on the project since the beginning of the Winter quarter. Preparation for the Value City Furniture Face-Off has included CAD drawings, Google SketchUp, site visitation and various sample reviews.  

Showcase patrons will be given the chance to explore the finished space, ask questions of the designers and vote for their favorite execution. Value City will also be giving away a $500 gift card to one lucky visitor.

“The Value City Furniture Face-Off is a very exciting opportunity for everyone involved,” said Brian Miller, Executive Vice President of the Northern Kentucky Home Builders Association. “We are happy to give the Antonelli College Interior Design students the platform to apply their industry knowledge and skills in a real world setting. There is no better way to build a portfolio and client base than to actually create a space where thousands of eyes will have the chance to explore it.”

The Antonelli College Interior Design program offers coursework toward an Associate of Applied Business in Interior Design and graduates may choose to focus on commercial, residential or institutional design. The program is a proud member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA).

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