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State Tipoffs Involving Ohio Newsletter for Thursday May 25, 2023 ( 11 items )  

Attorneys General Yost, Cameron Renew Partnership With Reds in Fight Against Human Trafficking
CINCINNATI, Ohio, May 25 -- Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following news release on May 24, 2023: For a third straight season, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron are teaming with the Cincinnati Reds to raise awareness of human trafficking in both states. "Human trafficking knows no borders, and the criminals pushing this modern-day form of slavery don't play by the rules," Yost said. "With AG Cameron and the Reds, I'm proud to show Ohioan  more

Case Western Reserve Law and Social Work Schools Create Framework to Help Buckeye-Woodhill Homeowners 'Untangle' Messy Property Titles
CLEVELAND, Ohio, May 24 (TNSres) -- Case Western Reserve University issued the following news release: * * * Establishing clear title allows residents stay in, improve their homes, contributing to neighborhood stability on Cleveland's east side * * * It's a common problem in inner-city neighborhoods: An elderly parent dies, but the family home was never legally transferred to relatives. The result is one form of what is known as a "tangled" title. Without a clear title--one in which ownersh  more

Cedarville University: School of Nursing Offering New Public Health Graduate Certificate
CEDARVILLE, Ohio, May 25 (TNSpro) -- Cedarville University issued the following news: The health care profession could be in crisis if it doesn't find more professionals to meet the growing demand, according to recent data provided by the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC). Along with its health care offerings in PA studies, pharmacy, nursing, athletic training and pre-med, Cedarville University is helping to address the need by offering a new public health certificate for professi  more

College of Wooster: Professor Clayton Discusses Climate Change's Effects on Mental Health in New Podcast Episode
WOOSTER, Ohio, May 25 (TNSres) -- The College of Wooster issued the following news: Susan Clayton, Whitmore-Williams Professor of Psychology at The College of Wooster, was recently featured on the podcast The Sound of Ideas, produced by Ideastream Public Media and syndicated by NPR, where she discussed her work on how climate change impacts mental health, known as "eco-anxiety," a term that Clayton coined in 2011. In the podcast, Clayton discussed the emotional aspect of climate change, somet  more

Fifth Third Announces Acquisition of Rize Money, Inc.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, May 24 -- Fifth Third Bancorp, a financial services company, issued the following news release: Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ: FITB) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Rize Money, Inc., an embedded payments platform that provides payment infrastructure and risk management capabilities to fintechs and other technology companies that want to offer innovative financial products through a single application programming interface. Embedded payments is a core component of Fift  more

Holland & Knight Advises Kaho Partners in Acquisition of Bow Robotics
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, May 24 -- Holland and Knight, a law firm, issued the following news release: Holland & Knight represented Kaho Partners and its portfolio company Addtronics in the acquisition of Bow Robotics, a leading robotic parts manufacturer and repair provider based in West Chester, Ohio. Terms of the deal, announced on May 18, were not disclosed. Bow Robotics is the third addition to the Addtronics family of companies after the company acquired Missouri Tooling and Automation   more

Marietta College: Communication Studies Professor Shares Research at ICQI Conference
MARIETTA, Ohio, May 24 (TNSres) -- Marietta College issued the following news release: Dr. Cody Clemens '13, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, recently presented research at the 19th annual International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (ICQI) conference at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. The research was conducted during Clemens' trip to an abortion clinic during the summer of 2021. "During this trip, I took undergraduate students who were minoring in Health Communic  more

New President Elected for UF Alumni Board of Governors
FINDLAY, Ohio, May 25 (TNSper) -- The University of Findlay issued the following news release: Samuel Yates, '16, of Findlay, has been elected president of the University of Findlay Alumni Board of Governors. "The University of Findlay has been an essential part of my career and personal life, so I am honored to be able to serve and give back to my alma mater in this way," said Yates, who works at Marathon Petroleum Corporation. "The Alumni Board of Governors consists of some of the most pass  more

Ohio Gov. DeWine, Lt. Governor Husted Announce Opportunities for Second-Chance Employees
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 25 -- Gov. Mike DeWine, R-Ohio, issued the following news release on May 24, 2023: During a reentry fair today at the Dayton Correctional Institution, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted highlighted funding in the executive budget proposal to support and promote job training and other life-preparation programs for those preparing to be released from prison. The budget proposal includes about $20 million to support programs that offer connections to resourc  more

University of Dayton Named National Leader in Lower-Income Student Enrollment, Model Nationally
DAYTON, Ohio, May 24 (TNSsel) -- University of Dayton issued the following news on May 23, 2023: Bloomberg Philanthropies today recognized University of Dayton as an American Talent Initiative (ATI) High-Flier, a group of 28 high-graduation-rate institutions that are national leaders in college access and success for lower-income students. The University of Dayton (UD) received the distinction for its steady gains in lower-income student enrollment since 2015-16 and innovative recruitment, enr  more

University of Findlay Psychology Expert: Screen Time During Summer Months
FINDLAY, Ohio, May 24 (TNSres) -- The University of Findlay issued the following news release: Technology and screen time are a part of everyday life, and it's incorporated into our workdays, children's school days, and at home. "One of the problems with it is that it can't be demonized. It's not all good, and it's not all bad," said Allison Kiefner Burmeister, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology at the University of Findlay. Kiefner Burmeister has published articles relating to screen ti  more