Celeste Marshall is YSU’s recipient of the State Department Critical Language Scholarship and will study abroad this summer in this prestigious, fully funded program in […]...read more.
Former Youngstown State University President Leslie H. Cochran is returning to campus to promote his novel, Signature Affair. Cochran, president of YSU from 1992 to […]...read more.
It’s an old saxophone, well worn where it has rubbed against shirts and belts. To Mark Higgins, who graduates this spring from YSU, it’s the […]...read more.
Ashley Orr has made the most of her time at YSU. While attending a conference in Nebraska to present research on the combination of math […]...read more.
Stephen Rakocy was born an engineer. In high school, he took engineering classes as part of Ohio’s Project Lead the Way, an initiative to increase […]...read more.
Youngstown State University welcomed the new class of Leslie H. Cochran University Scholars today at a special ceremony in Kilcawley Center on the YSU campus. […]...read more.
YSU students never cease to amaze with their varied interests, but for Morgan Wynn, a May 2013 graduate, playing the trombone has past the point […]...read more.
How about full-ride scholarships the whole way to the end of your doctorate? Sounds appealing, and that’s just what senior and current YSU University Scholar […]...read more.
Art has the Louvre, theater has Broadway, and for classical and opera singers, it would be hard to beat the prestige of singing at the […]...read more.
Dancing, singing, music, comedy and magic will be featured at the first Youngstown State University Scholars and Honors Talent Show, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 […]...read more.
A partnership between Youngstown State University, Harding Elementary School and YSU Penguin Pen Pals reaches a milestone this week when Harding students meet face-to-face with […]...read more.
A group of Youngstown State University engineering students bested teams from 18 other universities, including Penn State and Purdue, to take first place in the […]...read more.