Education

Grove City Faculty Ink Book Contracts with Oxford

GROVE CITY, Pa. – Several Grove City faculty have signed contracts with Oxford University Press to publish books on religion, philosophy, history and politics later this year. Christopher Franklin, a philosophy professor, will publish “Minimal Libertarianism: Free Will and the Promise of Reduction.” The book, which Franklin wrote with four other Grove City faculty, is […]

Invent Penn State Supports Internship at eCenter

SHARON, Pa. — Just one year ago, Penn State Shenango was one of six of the university’s campuses to receive a $50,000 seed grant to expand entrepreneurial endeavors in its region through Invent Penn State –a commonwealth-wide initiative to spur economic development, job creation and student career success. Through this initiative, Penn State Shenango is […]

Trumbull Arts Council Starts Internship Program

WARREN, Ohio – The Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County has launched an internship program to hire five area high school and college students. Interns will work at council events, help operate the office and work with area artists. Depending on their school, students may receive academic credit in addition to recognition on arts council […]

YSU Faculty Union Alarmed at 3 State Budget Items

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The budget the Ohio House of Representatives has sent the Senate contains at least three provisions the faculty at public universities believe attack their integrity as professionals. One would require that those who assign textbooks to their students file annual financial disclosure forms and pay a $35 fee to defray the expense […]

Smarts Celebrates Transition into New Home

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Reporters had just been handed the press release that Students Motivated by the Arts had reached its goal set a year ago of raising $750,000 when Becky Keck informed them she had something to add. They were gathered on the first floor of the Ohio One Building to view Smarts’ new downtown […]

YSU Achieves Milestone in 3-D Printing Technology

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Youngstown State University announced today that it now has commercial equipment representing all seven methods of 3-D printing, believed to be the first such technological milestone in the eastern United States. Additive manufacturing, or 3-D printing, is the term used for a set of seven fundamentally new manufacturing processes that have emerged […]

MCCTC, Choffin to Share Admin Services, Students

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Choffin Career and Technical Center and Mahoning County Career and Technical Center will begin sharing administrative services, allowing students at one center to enroll in classes at the other. The deal must still be approved by the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center’s board, which meets June 22. Through the agreement, students […]

MCCTC, Choffin to Share Admin Services, Courses

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Choffin Career and Technical Center and Mahoning County Career and Technical Center will begin sharing administrative services, allowing students at one center to enroll in classes at the other. The deal must still be approved by the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center’s board, which meets June 22. Through the agreement, students […]

Tax Institute Seminar Set for June 16

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Youngstown State University Tax Institute seminar, offered by the Williamson College of Business Administration, is from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 16 in Williamson Hall at YSU. The seminar is designed for practicing accountants, enrolled agents or tax preparers who want to stay current on tax regulations and laws, and […]

Info Session on YSU MBA Program Set for June 6

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — The Williamson College of Business Administration at Youngstown State University will hold an information session on its master’s of business administration program at 6 p.m. June 6. The MBA program is designed with the working professional in mind. Courses are offered in a concentrated format that meet one evening a week, over […]

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