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Browsing News Releases by Subject "Academics"

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  • Unknown author (2003-08-28)
    The restructuring of the Cushwa Center for Business Development at Youngstown State University will provide new opportunities for graduate students. Up to five two-year fellowships in engineering, math, science or technology ...
  • Unknown author (2004-11-01)
    YSU's Dana School of Music will be designated an All-Steinway school.
  • Unknown author (2004-07-26)
    With the addition of 68 Steinway pianos, YSU ranks among 40 schools worldwide as an All-Steinway School.
  • Unknown author (2011-01-31)
    The Ohio Board of regents has approved a bachelor of general stiudies degree foe YSU. The degree requires no major or minor, but demands at least 18 semester hours in any two disciplines.
  • Unknown author (2011-01-31)
    YSU'S Rayen College of Engineering and Technology was awarded a $100,000 grant to support and advance the Hydrolic Research and Education Center. Shawn Kim, chair of the department of Mechanical Engineering, is the center's ...
  • Unknown author (2003-04-21)
    YSU marks its 65th annual Press Day on campus April 29. Dozens of high school journalists and their advisors participate in a variety of workshops.
  • Unknown author (2005-05-20)
    Announcement of Youngstown State Univeristy's Spring Commencement on May 21, 2005. Dominic Rosselli and Tony Lariccia will receive honorary degrees at the morning ceremony. Bruce Beeghly, member of OBOR, will receive an ...
  • Unknown author (2003-12-10)
    History will be made this Sunday when Wendy Webb will become the first African-American ever to earn a doctorate degree in education administration from YSU. Webb will also become the first woman superintendant of Youngstown ...
  • Unknown author (2005-04-06)
    Three new graduate programs will be offered at YSU in the fall of 2005. Master's degrees in American studies, financial economics, and computing and information services will broaden the university's offerings for advanced ...
  • Unknown author (2003-05-15)
    Craig Myers and Maisa Mustafa, two students from the Cleveland area, are the first to graduate in a joint bachelor's degree program between Youngstown State University and Cuyahoga Community College.
  • Unknown author (2004-02-12)
    UGS PLM Solutions is donating software to Youngstown State's Rayen College of Engineering and Technology. This innovative software is being used by thousands of companies in today's market.
  • Unknown author (2003-06-04)
    Dr. H. S. and Florence Wang have contributed $100,000 to the student recreation and wellness center fund. The Wang's gift brings the fund within $4 million of its goal.
  • Unknown author (2005-06-06)
    The Youngstown Early College program completes its first year of operation. The cooperative program between Youngstown State University and the Youngstown Public Schools allows high school students to take college level courses.
  • Unknown author (2003-12-17)
    The YSU Board of Trustee's has given its support to the Youngstown Early College initiative. The school would be operated in a cooperative effort between YSU and the Youngstown City School District.
  • Unknown author (2003-12-09)
    The Beeghly College of Education won a seven-year re-accreditation from the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. The college scored highly in spite of NCATE's increased standards.
  • Unknown author (2011-01-31)
    For the 13th straight semester, enrollment at YSU continues to grow.
  • Unknown author (2005-05-18)
    Andrea Thomspon, a YSU graduate takes a five-day 80 mile hike on the Appalachian Trail in Vermont. Thompson will receive her bachelor's degree in communication at YSU's Spring Commencement.
  • Unknown author (2003-07-31)
    YSU will now offer an individualized curriculum program in web communications students will concentrate on English and writing skills combined with computer and website technology.
  • Unknown author (2004-05-05)
    Youngstown State University's Rayen College of Engineering and Technology is offering a new degree in construction technology. The new degree will allow skilled tradesman to advance their careers into management positions.
  • Unknown author (2003-08-06)
    With the federally mandated switch to digital TV, YSU has developed a new program in telecommunications engineering technology. The new program will begin in the fall semester.

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