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  • Thomas, Bob (1993-04-09)
    Hildegard Schnuttgen, Maag Library's head reference librarian, retires after 35 years of service at YSU. In addition to her invaluable work with faculty and students, Schnuttgen co-authored "A Bibliography of Chaucer, ...
  • Balestra, Katie (2001-04-03)
    Advances in library technology and 25 years in the building highlight Maag Library's celebration of National Library Week. The staff has scheduled events, contests, and drawings throughout the week.
  • Unknown author (The Jambar, 1992-01-07)
    Dr. Paul E. Beckman, Jr., a retired professor of psychology, donates $15,000 to YSU's Maag Library to establish an endowment for a book collection.
  • Unknown author (1976-01-13)
    The founding of the Northeast Ohio Major Academic Libraries network (NEOMAL) was announced. YSU's new William F. Maag Library was one of the original members involved with the establishment of the consortium.
  • Poe, Christina (2004-01-29)
    Maag Library is the test site for YSU's exploration of wireless technology. Network Services will evaluate both usage and effectiveness.
  • Mangan, D. Brian (1967-12-08)
    YSU installed an IBM 360 computer to keep track of student records, replacing a series of older machines.
  • Unknown author (1952-04-24)
    The American Historical Review, the leading periodical of the history profession in the United States, accepted an article by Dr. E. B. Smith of the Youngstown College history faculty. The article, entitled "Thomas Hart ...
  • Unknown author (1942-01-28)
    The need for proper housing for Youngstown College's live penguin mascots was editorialized.
  • Unknown author (1989-07-27)
    YSU's Executive MBA program is announced. Offered by the Williamson School of Business Administration, the EMBA is designed to provide fully-employed middle and upper level managers, professionals, and individual business ...
  • Griffiths, Todd; Abdelrasul, Maysoon (2005-02-10)
    George McCloud has accepted a full-time position as special assistant to the president.
  • Unknown author (1996-04-09)
    James E. McCollum, YSU's executive director of University Relations, has been appointed executive director of the Columbus-based Inter-University Council. As head of the IUC, McCollum's job will be to advance the collective ...
  • Lane, Liz (1979-05-25)
    Sandra McConnell, a YSU graduate with a degree in criminal science technology, was sworn in as YSU's first female security officer.
  • Unknown author (1977-11-22)
    Edna K. McDonald, coordinator of the international education program and associate professor of sociology, announced her retirement after 21 years of service at YSU.
  • Unknown author (1975-04-22)
    Dr. William R. McGraw, chairperson of the Division of Drama at West Virginia University, was named the first dean of the new College of Fine and Performing Arts. McGraw's appointment will take effect April 1, 1975.
  • Unknown author (1935-05-18)
    John McPhee was appointed the first athletic director at Youngstown College. He had served previously as a basketball coach at YoCo.
  • Unknown author (1986-01-31)
    Ohio Governor Richard Celeste and State Senator Harry Meshel are scheduled to speak at the dedication ceremony for Meshel Hall.
  • Savka, Stacey (1978-07-13)
    Professor Robert L. Miller, dean of the School of Business Administration for 32 years, announced his resignation from the post. He was appointed by President Howard Jones to establish a business school and was instrumental ...
  • Unknown author (1976-06-04)
    After 19 years of service to YSU, Dr. Ward Miner and his wife and colleague, Dr. Thelma Miner, both professors in the English department, announced their retirement.
  • Unknown author (1952-10-31)
    The departure of Marguerite Friedrich from Youngstown College was announced. Friedrich was the associate director of public relations for 20 years.
  • Mellinger, Jean (1944-09-29)
    The departures of Catherine Semans and Willliam Bunn from Youngstown College were lamented. Semans was Dean of Women at YoCo, while Bunn taught English composition, speech, and dramatics.

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