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YSU Alumni and Events Lecture Series: An Archimedean Estimation to Hydrology Time Calculations

YSU Alumni and Events Lecture Series presents An Archimedean Estimation to Hydrology Time Calculations, featuring Ken Nagy, a 1979 graduate of Youngstown State University, on Thursday, June 11, at noon.  This program evaluates methods in hydrology used to estimate the time it takes storm water to runoff in various watershed characteristics. This will be of particular interest to engineers, and engineering students. The lecture is available on the Youngstown State Alumni Engagement Facebook page, @ysualumni.

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YSU Alumni and Events Lecture Series: Enjoy Yourself. It's Later than You Think!

YSU Alumni and Events Lecture Series presents Enjoy Yourself. It's Later than You Think!, featuring Dr. Phillip M. Randall, a 1968 graduate of Youngstown State University. Dr. Randall will discuss whole-person planning through a model that encompasses work, health, money, living arrangements and leisure time in a conversation about pre- and post-retirement..  This lecture takes place on Thursday, June 4 at noon, and is available on the Youngstown State Alumni Engagement Facebook page, @ysualumni. 

 

YSU Student Government Association: YSU Food Pantry

With many YSU residential students remaining on-campus through the summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the YSU Student Government Food Pantry has been in very high demand. Donations to the Pantry are accepted Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the north entrance of the university’s Kilcawley Center. More information is available through the YSU Student Government Association at 330-941-35-91, or by searching 'YSU food pantry' on Facebook.

YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium: Keep Looking Up #8 - The Big Picture: The Cosmic Web and Dark Energy

The YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium crew is back with its FINAL online, virtual planetarium show of the spring, Keep Looking Up 8: The Cosmic Web and Dark EnergySaturday, May 30 at 8 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page. First, Dr.

YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium: Keep Looking Up 7: The Birth and Death of Stars, A Virtual Planetarium Show

The YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium crew is back with another live virtual planetarium show, Keep Looking Up 7: The Birth and Death of StarsSaturday, May 23 at 8 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page. In this show the Ward Beecher Planetarium will look at the life cycle of stars, and their special guest, Dr. John Feldmeier, will discuss what our own Sun is destined for: a planetary nebula.  Live on Facebook, this Saturday at 8 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page.

 

YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium: Keep Looking Up 6: Exo-Planets, A Virtual Planetarium Show

The YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium crew is back with another live virtual planetarium show, Keep Looking Up 6: Exo-PlanetsSaturday, May 16 at 8 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page. Thirty years ago, we knew of no planets around other stars. Today, we know of thousands, and the number increases every month! This week brings a look at this new phenomena in astronomy called exo-planets. Special guest Dr. Patrick Durrell will talk about how we will find them in the near future. Live on Facebook, this Saturday at 8 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page.

YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium: Virtual Public Planetarium Show: Chilean Skies

The YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium, and two other University planetariums, are presenting a Virtual Public ShowChilean SkiesThursday, May 21 at 7 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page. In this virtual public show three aspects of astronomy in Chile will be explored: the skies themselves, observatories found there, and the science being uncovered. Live on Facebook, this Thursday at 7 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page.

YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium: Keep Looking Up 5: Our Neighbor Planets

The YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium crew is back with another live virtual planetarium show, Keep Looking Up 5: Our Neighbor Planets; Saturday, May 9 at 8 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page. The show will begin with a live look at the current night sky, followed by answers to questions about Venus and Mars. Live on Facebook, this Saturday at 8 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page.

 

 

Youngstown State University: Penguins CARE Emergency Grant

Youngstown State University students can receive grants of up to $2,000 to defray expenses related to the coronavirus crisis as part of the second phase of the university’s distribution of funds under the federal CARES Act.  The YSU Penguins CARE Grant offers awards of between $500 and $2,000 for students who were enrolled in an on-campus degree program in Spring Semester 2020 and who incurred pandemic-related expenses for housing, food, course materials, technology, healthcare and/or childcare. Students can apply online on the YSU

YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium: Keep Looking Up 4: The Moon and Beyond

The YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium crew is back with another live virtual planetarium show, Keep Looking Up 4: The Moon and Beyond; Saturday, May 2 at 8 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page. The show will include a live look at the current night sky, along with planetarium presenters Curt Spivey and Tiffany Stone Wollbrecht talking about the history of Moon exploration and the future of missions to the Moon (and BEYOND!). Live on Facebook, this Saturday at 8 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page.

 

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