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  • Unknown author (1956-10-12)
    A bequest of $40,000 was left to the Dana School of Music through the will of a former Youngstown woman, Bessie A. Wilson. The money established the Katherine McDowell Wilson Scholarship Fund in memory of Miss Wilson's sister.
  • Unknown author (1955-02-18)
    The Youngstown Dunbrik Company, Inc., created an annual scholarship at Youngstown College for an engineering student planning a career in the building industry.
  • Unknown author (1985-04-30)
    Dr. Morris Slavin, professor emeritus of history, was presented with the Ohio Academy of History's annual publication award for his book, "The French Revolution in Miniature."
  • Unknown author (1982-06-24)
    Dr. Elizabeth Sterenberg died of leukemia in Youngstown's South Side Hospital. She was a full professor in the YSU Political Science Department, arriving at the University in 1957. Sterenberg was active in the Youngstown ...
  • Ford, Kathleen Alexis (1971-03-09)
    Dr. James Adovasio, assistant professor in anthropology, announced that he will be taking a one-year leave of absence beginning on September 1, 1971. During his leave, Adovasio will work as a research assistant at the ...
  • Lovan, Cynthia (1994-04-29)
    Professor Melvin P. Mamula, who taught advertising at YSU since 1967, died of complications from pneumonia. While at the university, Mamula served as yearbook advisor and helped start the advertising club.
  • Unknown author (2011-01-29)
    Photograph of Dr. Alvin Skardon of the YSU History Department and author of "Steel Valley University: The Origins of Youngstown State."
  • Unknown author (1944-02-04)
    Youngstown College announced the discontinuation of its CAA War Service Training Program. Aviation students would be sent on to Greensboro, North Carolina, where they would be interviewed and given assignments with the ...
  • Unknown author (1933-11-13)
    Professor John Winchell Bare was responsible for the installation of the Psi Gamma Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, an honorary professional English fraternity.
  • Unknown author (1976-02-27)
    Dr. George Beelen of the History Department) announced his candidacy for Congress. An Austintown Township trustee, Beelen came out against the incumbent congressman Charles J. Carney.
  • Simballa, Steve (1987-11-17)
    The U.S. Constitution and the Ordinance of 1787 (Northwest Ordinance) were the featured topics of a faculty forum held in DeBartolo Hall.
  • McKelvey, Jim (1946-10-25)
    The Biology Department commemorated its tenth year at Youngstown College. Chaired by Dr. Clair Worley, the department offered seventeen courses to YoCo students. At the time, 146 YoCo undergraduates were majoring in some ...
  • Unknown author (1972-09-29)
    The establishment of a Black Studies program at YSU was announced by the administration. Alfred L. Bright was selected as program director.
  • Unknown author (1933-10-20)
    Youngstown College was placed on the list of approved colleges for teachers' training by the Ohio Department of Education. The new Youngstown College education department came under the direction of Dr. George M. Wilcox.
  • Unknown author (1973-08-02)
    The Ohio Board of Regents approved an Individualized Curriculum Program (ICP) at YSU. The ICP would enable students whose needs are not completely met by conventional programs to design their own course of study.
  • Unknown author (1948-10-28)
    Youngstown College announced the death of Professor John H. Cramer of the History Department. An Abraham Lincoln scholar, the 46-year old instructor died of a heart attack just six days after his third book on Lincoln was ...
  • Chemistry 
    Unknown author (1931-03-27)
    Dr. Eugene Scudder, head of the Youngstown College Chemistry Department, promoted his field of study.
  • Crist, Leonard (2005-05-03)
    YSU's administration claims declining enrollment prompted the closing of the Cisco Networking Academy. Controversy surrounds the resulting termination of Christine Domhoff's position. Domhoff is the current president of ...
  • Unknown author (1973-01-05)
    The deaths of retired head football coach Dwight "Dike" Beede and English department chair Margaret Pfau were announced. The cause of Beede's death was accidental drowning; Dr. Pfau succumbed to a long illness at Northside ...
  • Harnevious, Bill (1944-02-04)
    Youngstown College was accredited as one of the approved schools for the vocational training of World War II veterans under an agreement with the Veterans Rehabilitation Administration.

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