COLUMBUS, OH, July 11, 2012 – Under a new Ohio law, the spouse or dependents of deceased veterans who move to Ohio receive immediate in-state tuition rates as opposed to waiting 12 months to establish residency.
COLUMBUS – Ohio Board of Regents Chancellor Jim Petro, along with Ohio Department of Aging Director, Bonnie Kantor-Burman has issued a letter to Ohio’s colleges and universities encouraging students to help aide those affected by this weekend’s bad weather.
“We are encouraging students to volunteer their time to help others – especially the elderly,” said Petro.
COLUMBUS, OH, May 30, 2012 – Recognizing the potential for eight million new jobs in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine (STEMM), the Ohio Board of Regents is awarding additional funding to 20 Ohio colleges and universities as part of the Choose Ohio First scholarship program.
Columbus, OH – Ohio’s new ultra-fast broadband network will soon reach the state’s robust agribusiness as the city of Wooster, home to The Ohio State University Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC) and Agricultural Technical Institute (ATI), becomes one of the latest additions to a state-led initiative that will leverage network speeds of 100 Gigabits per second (Gbps).
Columbus, OH – Ohio’s new ultra-fast broadband network will have even greater statewide reach as the cities of Portsmouth and Wooster now will join Akron, Athens and Youngstown as hubs for Phase II development of a state-led initiative that will leverage astonishing network speeds of 100 Gigabits per second (Gbps).
COLUMBUS, OH, May 2, 2012 – Educational leaders from across Ohio gathered for a one-day conference to explore innovative strategies that will help increase the number of Ohioans that earn a college degree and help prepare potential employees for the workforce demands of Ohio’s knowledge economy.
COLUMBUS, OH, Feb. 27, 2012 – Following his State of the State announcement of a tenfold boost to OARnet’s statewide network bandwidth, Governor John R. Kasich today joined medical researchers from across the state in a video teleconference to discuss how the faster network speeds will help enhance innovation.
Columbus, OH – Ohio will soon see a ten-fold boost to its broadband network speeds, which will benefit research and job-creating assets statewide. Governor John R. Kasich made the announcement at his State of the State address in Steubenville today, highlighting the first ever state-led initiative that will leverage astonishing network speeds of 100 Gigabits (Gbps) per second to advance research and job growth across Ohio’s medical research, higher education, manufacturing, engineering and technology networking corridors.