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Installation of President Tressel set for Aug. 18

James P. Tressel will be installed as the ninth president of Youngstown State University during a ceremony 2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 18, in Beeghly Center […]

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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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Jazz and Wine Under the Stars Aug. 9 at Lake Milton

The Lake Milton Nature Arts Council, in collaboration with the Dana School of Music, presents Youngstown State University Jazz and Wine Under the Stars on […]

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YSU charters new Starfish student success software

Youngstown State University is among four universities nationwide that are chartering a new software package called Starfish INSIGHT designed to help better understand and increase […]

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MBA program reinvented, admission criteria revised

Youngstown State University has restructured its MBA program at the Williamson College of Business Administration and revised the program’s admission criteria to attract experienced business […]

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YSU launches new Sports Broadcasting program

Youngstown State University is launching a new sports broadcasting track this coming fall semester for students interested in learning about and pursuing careers in the […]

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Visitors check out art at last year's Summer Festival of the Arts on the YSU campus.

YSU Summer Festival of the Arts July 12 and 13

The 16th annual Summer Festival of the Arts, showcasing the works of more than 75 artists and featuring food and dozens of music, theater and […]

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The YSU News Center maintains the official news of Youngstown State University.

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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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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Changing of the names – Poli Sci, Bursar

Two names are changing on campus. The Political Science department is switching to the Department of Politics and International Relations. Chair Paul Sracic said the […]

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