Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) Chancellor John Carey welcomed more than 300 students and Title IX coordinators to the first-ever student summit dedicated to discussing ways to empower students to end sexual violence on Ohio college campuses. The summit brought national activists, safety experts and students together to learn about best practices aimed at eliminating sexual assault.
The Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) seeks partnership with school leaders across the state for Ohio College Application Month 2016 (OCAM 2016) during the month of November. As part of the American College Application Campaign (ACAC) initiative, OCAM 2016 seeks to increase the number of Ohio high school seniors who apply to college, with a special emphasis on encouraging first-generation, low-income students and students who may not otherwise apply to college.
Six Ohio universities will showcase projects intended to speed promising research to commercial reality during a special presentation to Ohio’s top angel investors, entrepreneurial providers, and university leaders on October 21 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. at the Boat House at Confluence Park, 679 W. Spring St. in Columbus.
The Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) will fund nine campus education projects to prevent sexual violence across Ohio campuses. The funds are being awarded as part of ODHE’s Changing Campus Culture initiative.
More than 52,000 Ohio high school students took college classes during the 2015-16 academic year, earning college credit while meeting their high school graduation requirements and collectively saving more than $110 million on college tuition.
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) located at Teachers College, Columbia University has been awarded a $1.5 million grant from the Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation to support Ohio’s public community colleges’ efforts to accelerate implementation of guided pathways on their campuses. The grant will help all Ohio community colleges focus student effort toward more efficient attainment of degrees and credentials needed in today’s workplace.
The Ohio Department of Higher Education has approved $5 million in funding for projects that will enhance the quality of higher education throughout the state while making it more affordable for students by stabilizing or reducing tuition rates at colleges and universities. Schools receiving the funds designed collaborative, innovative projects that support academic achievement and economic efficiencies. The funds will be awarded for projects serving students at the community college and university level.
The state Controlling Board this week approved an Ohio Department of Higher Education request to transfer $3,249,630 in capital funds for the purpose of providing two regional awards for workforce development projects relating to the department’s Regionally Aligned Priorities in Delivering Skills (RAPIDS) program. The funds will be awarded for projects in northeast and western Ohio.
Ohio’s public universities may soon share more financial rewards for their research discoveries, thanks to training offered by the Ohio Department of Higher Education (formerly the Ohio Board of Regents). The state agency that funds public higher education in Ohio is sponsoring a second cohort of the I-Corps@Ohio program, modeled after a similar program launched by the National Science Foundation in 2012.
The Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) will fund 22 campus education projects to prevent sexual violence across Ohio campuses. The funds are being awarded as part of ODHE’s Changing Campus Culture initiative.