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12
Sep
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Pro Study Tips

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In early September as we load our children onto school busses for yet another year of learning, it’s a good time to examine our own study habits and determine how to make the most of our education. Perhaps we feel overwhelmed by school, work, and family obligations, and we make studying a non-priority. Or maybe over the hot, lazy summer we just lost a bit of our studying-motivation. Not to worry! As autumn brings with it changing leaves and cooling weather, it can also allow us the opportunity to reset and reconnect with our academic goals. Below are ten tips to help you on your quest for a successful school year 

Take notes in class: There are innumerable benefits to note-taking. Sometimes it’s as simple as keeping you engaged in an otherwise boring lecture. In fact, studies show that the physical act of writing triggers your brain to pay closer attention. Taking notes can also help you visualize information, can keep you alert in class, and gives you a handy study guide for that quiz or test in the upcoming weeks.

Review your notes as soon as you can after class: The best way to commit your notes to memory is to review them as soon as you can after class. This will help cement the information and concepts for you. Better still, taking the time to rewrite your notes by organizing them, color-coding them, and drawing connections between the ideas will cut down on study time later in the term. And if you make flashcards for vocab words and other concepts, you can study anywhere and anytime!

Do your homework: This should go without saying, but I’ll repeat it anyway. Do your homework! The purpose of homework is not to give you busy work but to provide you with practice for concepts and information useful to the class. It’s a built-in study session.

Have a dedicated study space free of distractions: What happens when you study in your bed? You probably fall asleep. When you study near the TV? You probably get lured into that most recent Real Housewives episode. Or when you study at the dinner table? If you’re anything like me, you get hungry! We need a dedicated space, whether it’s at home, the library or even school, that is free from the TV, phone, Facebook, and the temptation of sleep or food so that we can dedicate our minds to learning.

Study in small chunks of time: According to Professor Marty Lobdell, a psychology professor at Pierce College, most of us can only study for up to 25 – 30 minutes at a time. Any more than that, and our brains stop processing information. Lobdell says we need “recharge our batteries”. Take a walk, listen to music, or call a friend. The break doesn’t have to be long; even five minutes can ensure we’re reenergized to tackle our school work with gusto.

Sneak in studying: Sometimes we don’t even have a free 30-minute chunk of time to study – that’s okay! We can sneak in 5, 10, 15 minutes of study. When you’re on break from work, riding the bus, waiting at the doctor’s office, or eating a quick breakfast, use those few moments of quiet to review notes or flashcards.

Make sure you take care of yourself: Get enough sleep, eat well, exercise, and drink enough water. When we miss out on crucial sleep, our mood shifts into gloomy-Gus mode, and it becomes difficult to do anything, let alone study. According the LiveStrong.com, eating more fruits and vegetables can lead to improved concentration. And even mild dehydration can impair brain function. On the other hand, regular exercise can improve memory and critical thinking skills.

Have a plan when you sit down to study: Don’t waste the time you do spend studying. Before you begin, know exactly what you want to accomplish. Whether it’s setting to memory this week’s vocabulary words, reading an important chapter, or starting to understand a vital concept, having a game plan will make your study time worthwhile.

Find a study group: Studying with a partner or group has many benefits. Having an outside perspective to help understand a difficult concept can be a grade-saver. In addition, being able to talk about what you’ve learned helps commit it to memory. Plus, two is better than one! Studying with a friend can make a dull subject more exciting.

Reward yourself after you study: Human beings are predictable. We stop doing things we hate and we continue habits that make us feel good. It’s Pavlonian: when you reward yourself for a job well-done, such as taking the time to study, you’ll condition yourself to want to study more. The more you study, the more rewards you get, and consequently, the more you’ll want to study! Plus, you’ll have better grades and set yourself up for success upon graduation and entering the job market. It’s a win-win!

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12
Sep
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Cincinnati Photography Students Have a Photoshoot out at the Zoo

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Friday afternoon, photography students from the Cincinnati campus had an outing with Tamron lens rep at the Cincinnati Zoo. The students were able to try their hands with Tamron Lenses during the shoot.

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31
Mar
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Cincinnati Photography Department Scores a Home Run at the Red’s Opening Day Rally

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Cincinnati Red's Fan PhotosOn Monday, March 31st, 2014, Antonelli College - Cincinnati Campus took part in the festivities at Local 12’s “Rally on the Square” in Downtown Cincinnati. The Red’s Opening Day Parade made its way through the city and past Fountain Square. The Square was packed with baseball fans dressed in red. The Antonelli booth hosted a free photo shoot with a baseball themed backdrop. Kids young and old were able to get their pictures taken. Images were later uploaded to a website for free download. Over 800 pictures were taken, and as of Tuesday, April 1st, there were over 10,000 hits on the website.

Photography students and Hospitality students were able to participate and interact with the crowd during the festivities. There was a lot of excitement and with the beautiful weather, everyone was excited to kick off the baseball season.

 

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31
Mar
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Antonelli College West Chester Campus Teams Up With Junior Achievement

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West Chester Campus ViewAntonelli College - West Chester welcomed over 30 Junior Achievement students to tour the campus and participate in several different workshops demonstrating an assortment of career options that will be available to them. JA students gained insight into the importance of professionalism in each industry. They were able to explore the idea of the world of photography and learn how to take effective portraits for use on social media profiles. They also viewed the creativity involved with arts and design programs, such as graphic design and interior design. The Junior Achievement attendees had hands-on training with the equipment found in the both medical field and in dental offices. Students also were taught about the numerous IT possibilities, social media impact on future employment, and how to host a gathering from our Hospitality department. It was a successful and productive experience for both the staff and faculty of Antonelli College and the Junior Achievement students.

 

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03
Dec
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Antonelli College Supports the Cincinnati Community with Food and Clothing Donations

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Cincinnati Food and Clothes DriveCincinnati, Ohio --- Antonelli College raised support this week for the Cincinnati community by donating food items to local charities. Antonelli College students, staff and faculty collected 226 lbs. of food donations for the Freestore Foodbank and two boxes of canned goods and other items for the Matthew 25 Ministries. A total of 346 items was donated to the two local community organizations.

Additionally, starting December 9th, 2013, the Antonelli College campus will be holding a clothes drive. The drive is to collect gently used clothes donations to be given to Antonelli College students in need, and any remaining clothes will be donated to a local charity. Donations can be dropped off at the downtown Cincinnati campus located at 124 East 7th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202. For more information, call 513-241-4338. 

About Freestore Foodbank:

The Freestore Foodbank is a founding member of Feeding America, the nation’s largest network of food banks, over 200 across the nation. A provider of emergency food and client services, the Freestore Foodbank is the largest Tri-State food bank, serving 20 counties across Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.

About Matthew 25 Ministries:

Matthew 25 Ministries is an international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization helping the poorest of the poor locally, regionally, nationally and internationally regardless of race, creed or political persuasion. Matthew 25 Ministries provides basic necessities, nutritional supplements, educational materials, micro-enterprise supplies and disaster relief across the US and worldwide.

About Antonelli College:
Antonelli College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) to award Associate of Science and Associate of Applied Science degrees and Diplomas. Antonelli College is accredited by the Ohio Board of Regents and approved the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and School, OH Reg # 90-03-1270-T. The Antonelli College Practical Nursing Program is conditionally approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing.  With campuses in Ohio and Mississippi, Antonelli College, a private college established in 1947, offers convenient classes during the day, evening, and online; graduate employment services are also provided.

Antonelli College’s many fields of study include: ART & DESIGN: Graphic Design, Interior Design, and Photography; BUSINESS &TECHNOLOGY: Hospitality Management, Information Technology, and Marketing and Social Media Management; HEALTH AND WELLNESS: Dental Assisting, Massage Therapy, Medical Billing and Coding, Medical Assisting, and Practical Nursing. (Available programs vary by campus.) For more information, visit www.antonellicollege.edu.

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18
Oct
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Community Help Needed to Help Combat Blood Shortages

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COMMUNITY HELP NEEDED TO HELP COMBAT BLOOD SHORTAGES

October 18, 2013

West Chester, Ohio --- Antonelli College will be hosting a community blood drive with Hoxworth Blood Center at its West Chester location, 9100 West Chester Towne Center Drive, West Chester, Ohio 45069. The blood drive bus will be parked outside the front of the building in the parking lot on Tuesday, November 12th from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

The need for blood both locally and nationally remains constant, and donations are needed to offset blood shortages.  People can donate a pint of blood every 56 days.  The requirements to give blood are:

Age:                      Be at least 17 years old
                             16 year olds may donate with parental consent
Weight:                Minimum of 110 pounds
Identification:      Must provide photo I.D.
Food:                    Eat a meal within four hours before donating

The blood that is collected can be split into three components to save lives for trauma victims, surgeries, cancer treatment, burn victims, liver disease treatment, sickle cell anemia, massive hemorrhaging, and as well for many other medical conditions.  Each unit of blood that is donated can work to save three lives. The process from start to finish takes roughly 30 minutes. It’s important to drink plenty of fluid and eat a good meal prior to donating.

About Hoxworth:

Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati was founded in 1938 and proudly serves 31 hospitals in 17 counties in Southwestern Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana.  Annually, Hoxworth collects over 90,000 units of blood from local donors to help save the lives of patients in area hospitals.  At least 400 products are essential each day to keep up with the demands of tri-state hospitals and their patients.

About Antonelli College:
Antonelli College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) to award Associate of Science and Associate of Applied Science degrees and Diplomas. Antonelli College is accredited by the Ohio Board of Regents and approved the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and School, OH Reg # 90-03-1270-T. The Antonelli College Practical Nursing Program is conditionally approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing.  With campuses in Ohio and Mississippi, Antonelli College, a private college established in 1947, offers convenient classes during the day, evening, and online; graduate employment services are also provided.

Antonelli College’s many fields of study include: ART & DESIGN: Graphic Design, Interior Design, and Photography; BUSINESS &TECHNOLOGY: Hospitality Management, Information Technology, and Marketing and Social Media Management; HEALTH AND WELLNESS: Dental Assisting, Massage Therapy, Medical Billing and Coding, Medical Assisting, and Practical Nursing. (Available programs vary by campus.) For more information, visit www.antonellicollege.edu.

Please feel free to call Marrē Barnette at 513-241-4338 ext. 7048 with any questions.  Go to http://hoxworth.org/groups/antonelli.html  to sign up for an appointment or just drop in.


 

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19
Jul
0

America Idol Auditions at Antonelli College- Jackson Campus

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What:
FOX40 Jackson Idol Auditions sponsored by Antonelli College

Where:
Antonelli College
2323 Lakeland Drive
Jackson, MS 39232

When:
July 20th from 10 AM-2 PM

Three (3) of the best from FOX40’s Jackson Idol process will go on to audition July 26th in Atlanta.

Participants will also get the chance to win the instant prize of two (2) tickets to the American Idol Live! Tour 2013 in New Orleans, LA on July 30th!

Judges include Jewel Bass, Jesse Robinson, Wolf Stevenson, Charly Abraham, Genifer Freeman, and Joe Hudson.

For more information contact Jessica Golden at FOX40: 601-965-7531

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03
Mar
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Antonelli College to Host Annual Public Easter Eggstravaganza Event at Hattiesburg Campus

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HATTIESBURG, Miss.Antonelli College will host their annual Easter Eggstravaganza Event being held at its Hattiesburg campus on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. 

This entertaining event will include pictures with the Easter Bunny, a coloring and egg decorating station, indoor bowling, a ring toss, and pin the tail on the bunny. Children will get the opportunity to dance to the bunny hop lead by the Easter Bunny.

“Antonelli College is pleased to host this community event for all ages,” said Steve Bryant, Campus President.  “We want to make this an annual tradition and give the kids something to look forward to each year. The community has been good to our business and we want to give back.” Admission to the Easter Eggstravaganza is a donation to Relay For Life which will be collected at the door.  Various Antonelli College student organizations will have concessions available for purchase.

For more information, contact Elizabeth Foreman by phone at 601.583.4100 or by email Elizabeth.Foreman@antonellicollege.edu.   

ABOUT ANTONELLI COLLEGE
Antonelli College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). It offers students the opportunity to develop their gifts and talents in business and IT, health and well-being or medical into professional skills. A well-known asset of the visual arts community in Cincinnati, Ohio since 1947, Antonelli College offers degree programs in two locations in Ohio, as well as two campuses in Mississippi and online. Antonelli College is licensed by the Mississippi Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration, Certificate No. C-102 and is licensed by the Mississippi State Board of Massage Therapy, License No 0401.For more information on our graduation rates, the median loan debts of graduates, and other important information, please go to www.Antonellicollege.edu/disclosure.

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