Medal of Honor recipient Sal Giunta

YSU Community Diversity Program Series announced

A symposium featuring Medal of Honor recipient Sal Giunta, a simulation of what it’s like to live in poverty and a concert featuring Indian Classical […]

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Lecture this week focuses on China’s emergence

Craig Seidelson, chief engineer for Timken Corp. in China, lectures on “How ‘Made in China’ Became the World’s Most Recognized Brand” 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July […]

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Dan Krane, DNA forensics

Expert to speak on DNA forensics

Dan Krane, professor of biology at Wright State University and one of the world’s foremost DNA experts, presents “The Science (and Pseudoscience) of Forensic DNA […]

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A group of escaped slaves working for the Union Army (courtesy of the US Military History Institute).

Civil War medicine is topic of lecture

Betsy Estilow, a professor emeritus of biology at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland, and a lecturer in Civil War history, presents “Overlooked and Undervalued: The […]

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China

Expert on China’s economic and financial reforms lectures on campus

“Will Scarcity Derail China’s Reform Agenda in 2014?” is the topic of a conversation with Bill Adams, co-author of In Line Behind a Billion People: […]

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Michael Ruse, a world-renowned expert on the relationship between science and religion, gestures to a member of the audience during a lecture earlier this month before a packed house in the Chestnut Room of Kilcawley Center. Ruse, a professor and director of the History and Philosophy of Science Program at Florida State University, was on campus as part of the Dr. Thomas and Albert Shipka Speaker Series. His topic was "Evolution vs. Creationism."

Evolution vs. Creationism

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Women-in-Science

Harvard physics prof gives keynote at Women in Science and Engineering event

Mara Prentiss, professor of Physics at Harvard University, will be the keynote speaker at the 17th annual Edward W. Powers Women in Science and Engineering […]

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Mark Z. Jacobson

Lecture focuses on the switch to wind, water and solar power

Mark Z. Jacobson, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and director of the Atmosphere Energy Program at Stanford University, lectures at Youngstown State University 7:30 […]

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Anti-bullying advocate featured at English Festival this week

C.J. Bott, a national specialist in how to use literature to help stop bullying in schools, is one of the featured speakers at the 2014 […]

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alumni lecture series

Lincoln, Douglass, Emancipation topic of Alumni Lecture

Diane Barnes, Youngstown State University professor of History, presents “Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass and the Dawn of Emancipation” on Thursday, April 10, in the McDonough […]

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kaku featured at YSU podium

Kaku gives Skeggs Lecture

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Marc Malandro

Biology Day features student research, lecture by YSU grad

Youngstown State University’s eighth annual Biology Day will be April 8, showcasing research of YSU biology students and featuring a lecture by YSU graduate Marc […]

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