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State Tipoffs Involving Ohio Newsletter for Thursday May 18, 2023 ( 6 items )  

AEP Releases 2023 Corporate Sustainability Report
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 18 (TNSrpt) -- American Electric Power Corp. issued the following news release: American Electric Power (Nasdaq: AEP) issued the 2023 Corporate Sustainability Report, an annual assessment of its performance as a public company and community partner. This report marks AEP's 17th year of environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosure, demonstrating its commitment to reporting the company's progress toward a sustainable energy future. The report's theme, "Delivering the  more

Battelle EVP Mark Peters Receives Henry DeWolf Smyth Nuclear Statesman Award
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 18 (TNSawa) -- Battelle, a nonprofit research and development organization, issued the following news release: Battelle Executive Vice President for National Laboratory Management and Operations Mark Peters was presented yesterday with the Henry DeWolf Smyth Award by the American Nuclear Society and the Nuclear Energy Institute at the Nuclear Energy Assembly in Washington, D.C. The Henry DeWolf Smyth Nuclear Statesman Award recognizes an individual for outstanding service i  more

GE Aerospace to Invest Up to $20 Million in EPISCenter to Support Hybrid Electric Aircraft Engine Development
DAYTON, Ohio, May 18 -- G.E. Aerospace, a subsidiary of General Electric, issued the following news release on May 17, 2023: GE Aerospace announced today plans to invest up to $20 million to add a new test cell and equipment at the Electrical Power Integrated Systems Center (EPISCenter) in Dayton, Ohio, to meet increased demand for hybrid electric aircraft engine component testing in coming years. NASA recently selected GE Aerospace to develop an integrated, megawatt (MW)-class hybrid electric  more

Kent State: 'Our Students Graduating Today Are Tough. They Do Not Live in an Ivory Tower'
KENT, Ohio, May 18 (TNStalk) -- Kent State University issued the following news on May 17, 2023: Kent State University President Todd Diacon delivered his commencement address to the thousands who gathered on Manchester Field on May 13 to celebrate the academic achievement of this year's graduates. However, Diacon's message was aimed at an audience that went far beyond those physically in attendance. "There is in Ohio, among some state elected officials, a growing ivory tower accusation being  more

Ohio A.G. Yost: Endangered Missing Adult Alert Program - It's Just One Way That Attorney General's Office Serves Older Ohioans, Their Families
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 18 -- Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following news release: Older Americans Month in May is a time to celebrate the achievements and longevity of our elders, but just as important, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost says, is reinforcing our collective responsibility to protect their dignity and keep them safe as they age. "Not only does my office go after those who neglect, steal from and abuse older Ohioans," Yost said, "but we also work hard to help older adults  more

Wright State Faculty Member Daniel Asamoah Named Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow for Second Time
KENT, Ohio, May 17 (TNSres) -- Wright State University issued the following news: To paraphrase a well-known proverb: If at first you succeed, try, try again. Morphing the timeless axiom seems somewhat apropos in the case of Daniel Asamoah, Ph.D., professor and interim chair of the Department of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management at Wright State University. In 2021, Asamoah was awarded a prestigious fellowship by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program for an educational  more