Education

Back-to-School Spending to Reach $74.9B

Kent State Researchers Win $2.5M in Science Funding

KENT, Ohio – Members of the Kent State University faculty have been awarded nearly $2.5 million in funding from the National Science Foundation for research over the next three years in biology, physics and the science of liquid crystals, the university announced Wednesday.

All faculty investigators have roles planned in the research projects for students -- undergraduate and graduate -- and, in two cases, outreach to area high school students, through research internships, science fairs and Upward Bound college preparation.

Silly Science Sunday Spawns Oh Wow's! 7 Days of STEM

YSU’s MBA Program Shifts to Working Professionals

YSU Restructures MBA Program, Revises Criteria

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The Williamson College of Business Administration at Youngstown State University has restructured its graduate program and revised its admission criteria to attract experienced business professionals.

Westminster College Establishes Minor in Social Media

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- Westminster College recently approved the creation of a minor in social media, which is available to students this fall semester, Jane Wood, vice president for academic affairs, says.

College Assistance Program Gives Out 31 Scholarships

Doing Business in China More Complicated than Realized

GM Offers Vehicle Discounts to Educators

Tressels Greet Those Who Came to Welcome Them

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