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  • Unknown author (2000-08-28)
    Dr. Barbara Brothers announces she will retire in July of 2001. Brothers has been dean of the College of Arts and Sciences for eight years.
  • Smith, Amanda (2001-05-01)
    Student Government is embroiled in controversy over the recent elections for new officers. The removal of Rajah James and Nazim Whahb from the candidate list fueled most of the dissension.
  • Smith, Amanda (2001-01-18)
    Provost James Scanlon has announced his resignation from YSU. He has accepted the position of president at Missouri Western State College.
  • Unknown author (1992-11-24)
    YSU president Leslie Cochran announced the appointment of Dr. James Scanlon as provost.
  • Unknown author (1933-10-20)
    Dr. George M. Wilcox was appointed head of the new Youngstown College education department. James W. Wishart and the Reverand H. M. Myers also were added to the faculty.
  • Unknown author (1986-10-28)
    Dr. Richard A. McEwing was named the new assistant dean of YSU's School of Education. Prior to his appointment at Youngstown State, McEwing served as associate professor of education at Idaho State University, Pocatello.
  • Unknown author (1958-05-16)
    Contracts were awarded for the construction of Youngstown University's new science building. The Heller-Murray Co. was given the building contract. C.J. Little & Son Co. was awarded the plumbing contract.
  • Unknown author (1937-10-22)
    Professor Denton T. Doll announced the purchase of a new electric furnace to be used by the Science Department. The new furnace was manufactured by the Hotchkiss Company and cost over $400.
  • Unknown author (1966-03-18)
    The new $5 million science and engineering building was highlighted by the Jambar. The buidling was slated for completion in 1967.
  • Unknown author (1996-01-23)
    Sean Kessler, a YSU student, was found shot to death in Mill Creek Park. An education major, Kessler was a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity and was involved in softball, volleyball, and other sports. He also worked ...
  • Unknown author (1964-02-14)
    Dean Joseph E. Smith was selected as "Boss of the Year" by the Ya-Mah-O Chapter of the National Secretaries Association. Dean Smith was nominated for the honor by his secretary, Edna J. Pickard.
  • Unknown author (1967-04-14)
    It was revealed that the Student Security Office of Student Council was operating for four months without Student Council sanction. Serving as an arm of the Mahoning County Auxiliary Police, nearly all of its activity took ...
  • Fitzpatrick, Tim (1980-02-05)
    Richard P. Turkiewicz, formerly of the New York State Police, was appointed director of campus security at YSU.
  • Unknown author (1985-10-18)
    The first nine members of the YSU Athletic Hall of Fame were announced. The list included long-time coaches Dwight "Dike" Beede and Dominic Rosselli as well as the late former president Howard Jones.
  • Unknown author (1972-10-10)
    The University Senate passed a resolution permitting the use of the grades "Credit" and "No Entry." An additional motion passed to record only the higher grade for repeated courses.
  • Williams, Lisa (1983-04-08)
    A new honors degree program was approved by YSU’s Academic Senate, designed to “create a distinct and continuing community of intellectual excellence...."
  • Unknown author (1976-05-11)
    During their last meeting of 1975-76, the Academic Senate approved a new program offering a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology.
  • Unknown author (1967-05-12)
    The Ohio State Senate passed a bill that would make The Youngstown University into a state-supported institution.
  • Durbin, Tela (1998-06-02)
    The Academic Senate approved a model for a new General Education Requirements scheme; it will go into effect in the fall of 2000.
  • Unknown author (1968-02-16)
    The lobby of Kilcawley Center was the scene of a near riot as students who supported the war in Vietnam upset a table staffed by Students and Faculty for Peace. Anti-war literture was destroyed and SFP members present were ...

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