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Robert Mayes, CSU President
Chantell Cooley, CSU Senior Vice President
Our students and alumni have made CSU what it is today. The first Empower U post continues to receive comments with students and alumni sharing their CSU stories. On this week’s CSU Talk Radio show you’ll have the opportunity to call in and tell your CSU story to Robert Mayes and Chantell Cooley.
Call in with comments or questions at (646) 478-5814
On our next CSUTalk Radio show we will have several faculty members discussing what it is like to be a teaching professor in the fire program. So please join us and call in as we discuss how solid professor/student interactions in the online arena create a more dynamic fire service.
Tonight on CSUTalkRadio we’ll explore the culture of safety with CSU Professor and Manassas VA., Fire Chief Brett Bowman and CSU Vice Provost Dr. Scott Rounds. Firefighter safety has been an issue for a number years and many feel that there is a need for a change in the culture to truly have an impact. Tonight we will discuss some of the concerns as well as what we can do to help make the proper changes to the culture of safety.
Call in with comments or questions at (646) 478-5814
Billy Hayes, CSU Vice President
Billy comes to CSU with 21 years of experience and education from the fire service. He most recently served with the District of Columbia Fire EMS as director of Public Information and Community Affairs. Prior to this, he served eight years as the fire chief for the City of Riverdale in metro Atlanta. He serves in several associations including the International Association of Fire Chiefs (Program Planning Committee and E-Learning Sub-committee); the advocate manager for the “Everyone Goes Home” program with the National Fallen Fire Firefighters Association and he is a past president of Metro Atlanta Fire Chiefs Association. Billy is a graduate of Georgia Military College, National Fire Academy’s Executive Fire Officer Program, University of Georgia’s Carl Vinson Institute and the Regional Leadership Institute.
When CSU alumni are surveyed on what they would most like to see from their alumni organization the number one answer has been increased networking. The ability to closely network with fellow CSU alumni has many advantages, from job advancement or placement to making a lifelong friend.
With an alumni base that stretches to the borders of many countries, it can be a daunting task to establish close ties. However, with the establishment of regional alumni chapters, CSU alumni will have an opportunity to network with fellow alumni in their own area and run their own chapter. Joining a CSU alumni chapter is not only great for your career…it’s a lot of fun!
Learn more about how you can participate in an alumni chapter in your area on the next CSU Talk Radio. Even if you are still a student and haven’t achieved alumni status yet, you will still want to find out what is the next step after your graduation.
Tune in at 6 p.m. Central and be part of this exciting time in CSU history as we build this incredible networking base for CSU alumni.
Guests: Amanda Manjone, Student & Alumni Engagement Director, along with the Career Services and Alumni Engagement team: Sonya Lavett, Andie Bills and Mark Briscoe.
Dr. Misti Kill and David Milen discuss the field of Emergency Management.
What is police psychology? More than you think! Join Columbia Southern University's Dr. David Thomas and find out about this interesting facet of Forensic Science!
Sonya Lavette, CSU Career Services Coordinator brings in her team to discuss the challenges and resources for military veterans making the transition into a civilian career.
Welcome to CSU Talk Radio! I’m your host, John Mitchell. CSU Talk Radio comes to you on the web every week from Columbia Southern University in beautiful Orange Beach, Alabama.
Tonight, we’re chatting with Dr. Joseph Saitta, Program Director, Criminal Justice, College of Safety and Emergency Services at Columbia Southern University. He is a retired bioterrorism coordinator for Virginia and has served as a federal agent and a deputy in the past. Saitta has been in instructor for numerous law enforcement agencies. He served in Vietnam as a rifleman and later, a reserve commission officer.
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