Cadet Khaled Abu-Ghannam at the Hubbard Gun Range.

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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‘EveryBODY’ fashion show April 15 raises awareness of eating disorders

To increase awareness about eating disorders, students in Youngstown State University’s fashion program are presenting “The EveryBODY Fashion Show,” featuring clothing for all body types, […]

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Nearly 300 individuals attended YSU's annual Social Work Day on March 28 in Kilcawley Center. Here, Joe Mosca, dean of the Bitonte College of Health and Human Services, addresses the group. The event, held in conjunction with the National Association of Social Works’ Social Work Month, celebrates the profession of Social Work and honors field educators who give of their time and expertise to supervise student field interns in YSU’s Social Work programs.

Social Work Day 2014

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Social Work Day March 28 at YSU

More than 200 individuals are expected to participate in Youngstown State University’s annual Social Work Day on Friday, March 28, featuring a presentation by a […]

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Bitonte College recognizes alumni at awards dinner Feb. 21

The Bitonte College of Health and Human Services hosts the 5th annual Alumni Recognition Dinner Friday, Feb. 21, in the Chestnut Room of Kilcawley Center […]

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Matt Good

Book sheds light on shedding pounds in the new year

If New Year’s resolutions to lose weight and live healthy seem impractical after years of botched attempts, take a look at Matthew Good. Good, YSU […]

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Christopher Bellas

Prof paper examines Patriot Act

For many people, the implementation of the Patriot Act less than two months after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, just made air travel […]

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Kelly Colwell

First student graduates from new master’s in respiratory care program

Kelly L. Colwell of Boardman, BSAS, RRT, NPS, CPFT, AE-C, who has worked more than 29 years as a respiratory therapist, became the first graduate […]

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Ronald Domen

Alumni Spotlight: Med School Professor Is Authority on Bioethics

Ronald Domen MD, ’72 AB in Pre-Med Dr. Ronald Domen’s dreams of a medical career began with childhood visits to his family doctor. He never […]

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Rachel Seimen

Alumni Spotlight: Bringing Childbirth Back to Nature

Rachel Sieman, ’94 BS in Nursing YSU nursing grad Rachel Sieman has never liked the way modern medicine handles healthy, normal childbirth – the fetal […]

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Priscilla Gitimu

Prof examines how consumers evaluate fashion

A woman halts at the sight of the latest red cashmere sweater on a mannequin at Macy’s. Despite the high price tag, the soft material […]

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National Memory Screening Day

YSU offers memory screenings at Eastwood Mall

Youngstown State University’s departments of Gerontology and Nursing will offer free, confidential memory screenings Nov. 19 and 22 as part of National Memory Screening Day, […]

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