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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Ashley Martof of Mineral Ridge, a senior industrial engineering student at Youngstown State University and an intern at America Makes in Youngstown, is the recipient of the YSU STEM Intern of the Year Award.
The award from the YSU College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics is presented to a student that has shown a high quality of work and initiative, has completed presentations, and has had an impact on the company with which they have worked.
GROVE CITY, Pa. -- Twenty-seven Grove City College students will participate in the 2014-15 VentureLab, an early-stage business and social enterprise idea effort in its third year.
VentureLab, sponsored by The Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Grove City College, provides seed grants for workspace and guidance to student-entrepreneurs.
Of the 15 teams who applied, eight were chosen. All made their cases for funding to buy supplies or professional services that would test the viability of their ideas.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Ron Faniro and other proponents of Students Motivated by the Arts -- or Smarts -- this morning followed up on the pledge they made in May that the arts program, formerly operated by Youngstown State University, would be back.
During a news conference at Potential Development, Smarts officials and supporters announced that programming has resumed -- less than a year after YSU discontinued the initiative because of budget cuts -- with Smarts Beats.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Adults are simply children who have grown up, many of whom have kept their inner child’s curiosity and senses of fun and wonder.
With this in mind, Jim Senary’s managerial accounting class at the Valley Center of Eastern Gateway Community College offered nine recommendations on how the Oh Wow! Roger & Gloria Jones Children’s Center for Science & Technology could become financially self-sustaining.
GROVE CITY, Pa. -- Paul J. McNulty, president of Grove City College and a 1980 graduate, is one of “2014’s 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics,” says Ethisphere magazine. McNulty was 65th on its list, which spans a diverse collection of industries, job roles and countries.
People on the list “have exerted an undeniable impact on the way business is regarded and conducted around the world,” the magazine said.