Ellen Jones

Theater prof: It is good to be green

There’s no questioning Ellen Jones’ environmental friendliness. After all, she’s an avid recycler and has even been known to keep a worm composter to recycle […]

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Bow-wow: Canine officer joins YSUPD

Four legs, less than two years old, a native of Holland and a sniffer like you’ve never seen before. Meet Gino, a Belgian malinois bomb […]

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Construction workers finish drywall in DeBartolo Hall, one of many summer campus improvement projects.

DeBartolo upgrades among summer improvement projects

From concrete replacement to roof and elevator renovations, work crews are busy on campus this summer with a variety of state-funded capital improvement projects. “It’s […]

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Campus decreases consumption to relieve electrical grid, reduce costs

The YSU Facilities department is cautioning everyone to be ready again this summer for some warm conditions in campus buildings. “We could have some uncomfortable […]

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YSU police academy first in Ohio to offer rifle training

Through a grant of 11 rifles valued at nearly $250,000, YSU’s Basic Peace Officer Training Academy is now the only police academy in Ohio to […]

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Judith Rae Solomon, left, reacts to the surprise announcement that the art gallery in Bliss Hall will be named the Judith Rae Solomon Gallery. Next to Judith is her sister-in-law, Susan Solomon.

Surprise! Bliss Hall Gallery dedicated

Earlier this month, Judith Rae Solomon attended a ceremony in Bliss Hall recognizing a major contribution to YSU by her brother and sister-in-law, Martin and […]

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Student survey shows effective teaching, faculty engagement

YSU students report significantly higher levels of engagement in many areas compared to peer institutions, but challenges remain in making students feel more connected to […]

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UMass researchers visit YSU ballistics lab

The ballistics lab in Moser Hall was busy during spring break as a faculty member and two students from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, were […]

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Melanie Carfolo

New director leads Rich Center for Autism

Even in elementary school, Melanie Carfolo felt compelled to help classmates who were struggling. Today, she’s still reaching out to students with special needs as […]

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Rebecca Curnalia

Prof gets tuned in to communication initiative

It’s not often that you get the chance to help define a whole discipline, but that’s what Rebecca Curnalia will be doing as part of […]

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Advisors learn about college students with autism

Learning how to identify and support the growing number of college students with autism spectrum disorders was the focus of a workshop this semester sponsored […]

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Deskercise: Working and staying fit all at once

Lashale Pugh got tired of looking at the barely-touched treadmill in her basement, so she brought it to work. Now, the exercise equipment is part […]

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