COLUMBUS–Recognizing reducing textbook costs is an important way to help keep students in school, and that new digital tools make it easier than ever to lower prices while enriching learning, Ohio Board of Regents Chancellor Eric D. Fingerhut today announced the University System of Ohio's 2011 Ohio Faculty Innovator Award winners.
COLUMBUS – Today, Chancellor Eric D. Fingerhut unveiled the first phase of students.uso.edu, an online resource connecting future Ohio college students with detailed information on how to prepare, apply, and pay for an education at Ohio's public universities, community colleges and adult career centers.
"Opportunities in Ohio to get a high-quality, affordable college education continue to expand, and we need to make sure prospective students, families and Ohio's current workforce know about them," Fingerhut said.
COLUMBUS – With larger enrollment gains and falling average tuition costs, the University System of Ohio beat the national average on two important measurements presented in a national report released early this week. The "State Higher Education Finance FY 2010" report showed continuing record classes at many public colleges and universities grew Ohio's total enrollment by 7.7 percent against a national average of 6.3 percent. Meanwhile, despite a challenging state budget, net tuition revenue per student in Ohio declined by 3.5 percent compared to a nationwide increase of 3.4 percent.
COLUMBUS – Governor John R. Kasich and Chancellor Jim Petro today announced the appointment of State Senator Gary Cates as Senior Vice Chancellor for the division of Innovation and Enterprise Development at the Ohio Board of Regents. In his position the senator will lead enterprise and innovation priorities for the University System of Ohio including the establishment of charter or enterprise universities. Cates will join the Board of Regents on May 23, 2011.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 17, 2011 – Chancellor Jim Petro announced today that the Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellowship program will expand from four to seven university campuses in Ohio in the coming year. Petro also welcomed members of the program’s inaugural class. These fellows – from cities all around Ohio – have been accepted into the program as high-quality math and science teacher candidates for high-need Ohio schools.