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STEUBENVILLE, Ohio -- Eastern Gateway Community College today named four finalists for the EGCC presidency to succeed Laura Meeks when she retires later this year.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- When gerontology instructor Krystal Culler approached Youngstown State University about bringing service dogs undergoing training into the classroom, she never guessed how much her students would like the idea.
Lady, her current canine trainee, draws regular visitors to Culler’s office between classes, and some students confess to choosing her class sessions because they enjoy having a pup around. “I’ve had kids stop in before exams. They say just petting the dog helps them to relax,” she said, “and there’s science to back that up.”
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- With a record 31 employers showing up, students turned out in droves Wednesday to meet company representatives and present their resumes at the Youngstown State University College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Internship/Co-op Expo in Kilcawley Center.
Last school year, the STEM College began hosting its own expo rather be part of a joint fair with other colleges. That decision has resulted in attracting more and more employers every semester, said the associate dean of the college, Stephen Rodabaugh.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan, D-13, Ohio, is spearheading legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives that would support teacher training in social and emotional learning, or SEL, a discipline used to help young people deal with stress and boost their academic potential.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – In the lobby of DeBartolo Hall, alumni of Youngstown State University talked with students passing through Tuesday about the career paths available to those with degrees from the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
As part of YSU's new "Career Exploration Series," six alumni of the college talked to students about their time at YSU and what they did after graduation so students had a better idea of the jobs available.