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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The Affordable Colleges Foundation ranks Youngstown State University’s online master’s of business administration program among the best in the nation for 2014-2015.
The program in YSU’s Williamson College of Business Administration is ranked 21st of the 68 online MBA programs included in the rankings, placing YSU in the top third nationally in the Best Online MBA Programs list.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Youngstown State University has released its first President’s List, honoring students who earned a 4.0 grade point average during the fall 2014 semester.
“This is an important way for us to recognize and celebrate academic excellence and the outstanding students we have at YSU,” said Betty Jo Licata, dean of the Williamson College of Business Administration, who led the initiative to create the new honor.
STEUBENVILLE, Ohio -- Eastern Gateway Community College is the nation’s 10th fastest growing public two-year college with an enrollment between 2,500 and 4,999, the college reports.
The rankings, compiled annually by the trade journal Community College Week, calculates the percent change in headcounts from year to year. The national publication’s most recent report, based on fall 2013 enrollments, shows Eastern Gateway tied with South Louisiana Community College for the No. 10 spot in its category.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Youngstown State University’s Williamson College of Business Administration hosts an information session for prospective students 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 31 in Williamson Hall on the YSU campus.
The session includes welcoming remarks from YSU President Jim Tressel, presentations on business majors, internship opportunities, and leadership activities, and the opportunity to meet faculty, business students and alumni. Academic advisers will also be on hand to answer questions. Tours of Williamson Hall also will be provided.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Emails are easy enough to write and send quickly, perhaps too easy and too quickly, especially in business.
That’s because emails often reflect the writer’s absence of deliberate thought that he would give messages communicated on paper, finds a survey of 1,000 working adults conducted by MailTime.com.
The “Top 5 Business Email Mistakes” as compiled by MailTime are emails that are too long, “insensitive in tone,” not personally addressed to the recipient(s), addressed to too many recipients, and include too many replies.