BGSU Center for Regional Development creates Toledo Region Data Center

BGSU Center for Regional Development creates Toledo Region Data Center

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Industry, pay rates, the number of workers employed — mountains of data exist for every city in the world. Bowling Green State University’s Center for Regional Development (CRD) is looking to make all that data more accessible for businesses, organizations, and elected officials.

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Zane State offers first-ever applied bachelor’s degree

Zane State offers first-ever applied bachelor’s degree

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For the first time in the educational institution’s 50-year history, Zane State College is offering an applied bachelor’s degree program.

Students currently studying electrical engineering technology or those in the field with a qualified associate degree can now transition into a Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering Technology (BSET).

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UC colleges collaborate on 'telehealth' certificate

UC colleges collaborate on 'telehealth' certificate

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Published research around the United States indicates a gap in training and readiness of professionals in the emerging field of “telehealth,” or the distribution of health-related services and information via telecommunication. It allows long-distance patient and clinician contact, care, advice, reminders, education, intervention, monitoring, and remote admissions.

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Aspire Career Bridges Health Care Program helps adults obtain training, jobs

Aspire Career Bridges Health Care Program helps adults obtain training, jobs

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Shania Hensley, due to circumstances beyond her control, found herself homeless at 15. She fell in with the wrong crowd, dropped out of high school, struggled with addiction, and ultimately ended up in jail.

Her life had spiraled out of control.

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