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State Tipoffs Involving Ohio Newsletter for Saturday May 27, 2023 ( 7 items )  

Case Western Reserve School of Medicine: Get to Know Staff Advisory Council Representatives
CLEVELAND, Ohio, May 27 (TNSper) -- Case Western Reserve University's School of Medicine issued the following news release: The Staff Advisory Council serves as an advisory group to suggest, comment and provide feedback on policies and raise awareness of issues that affect the University and the people it serves by providing a forum for communication between University staff and administration on all levels. The School of Medicine has 15 elected representatives on the council. Read more below a  more

Case Western Reserve School of Medicine: Groundbreaking at Midtown Collaboration Center Creates Opportunities for Transforming Health
CLEVELAND, Ohio, May 27 (TNSeco) -- Case Western Reserve University's School of Medicine issued the following news release: Groundbreaking took place last week for the Cleveland Foundation's multi-use Midtown Collaboration Center, which will house the Case Western Reserve University Population and Community Health Initiative (PCHI). Scheduled to open in late 2024. The 95,000-square-foot mixed-use facility at the corner of E. 66th Street and Euclid Avenue will serve as an innovation-focused comm  more

College of Wooster: Ahmet Atay Elected President of Central States Communication Association
WOOSTER, Ohio, May 26 (TNSper) -- The College of Wooster issued the following news: Ahmet Atay, professor of global media and digital studies, communication studies, and women's, gender and sexuality studies at The College of Wooster, was recently elevated to president of the Central States Communication Association (CSCA). Atay previously served as the association's first vice president. He is the first transnational scholar elected to serve in this role by the association's members. The CSCA  more

Miami University: Miami Tribe of Oklahoma Awarded National Honor for Revitalization Effort
OXFORD, Ohio, May 27 (TNSawa) -- Miami University issued the following news: The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma has received a prestigious national award recognizing the cultural heritage and language program that has led to the first generation in 100 years learning to speak the Myaamia language. The program -- myaamiaki eemamwiciki, which means the Miami Awakening -- has been honored as a 2023 Honoring Nations All-Star. The selection was made by the Harvard Kennedy School Project on Indigenous Gov  more

Ohio Gov. DeWine Announces $3 Million to Help Law Enforcement Combat Illegal Drug Activity
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 26 -- Gov. Mike DeWine, R-Ohio, issued the following news release on May 25, 2023: Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today announced $3 million in funding for 44 local law enforcement agencies to help their drug task forces enforce the state's drug laws and combat illegal drug activity. Grants from the 2023 Ohio Drug Law Enforcement Fund will support drug task forces that impact 42 counties on issues of drug trafficking, pharmaceutical diversion, and other organized criminal activi  more

Ports of Indiana Names New Port Directors for Jeffersonville and Mount Vernon Ports
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, May 26 (TNSper) -- The Ports of Indiana issued the following news release: Ports of Indiana has appointed two Indiana natives as port directors for its Ohio River ports in Jeffersonville and Mount Vernon. In Jeffersonville, George Ott has been promoted to port director after serving as operations manager since 2019. A resident of Elizabeth, Ind., Ott has 17 years of experience in various operations, facility management and maintenance supervisor roles, and has served as   more

University of Dayton: $5 Million Gift to 'Offer Life-Changing International Experiences and Learning'
DAYTON, Ohio, May 20 (TNSfund) -- University of Dayton issued the following news: As part of the University of Dayton's recently launched "We Soar" comprehensive campaign to raise $400 million to support student access, learning and success, UD alumna Deborah Flanagan Tobias '73 and her husband, Randall, have committed $5 million to "offer life-changing international experiences and learning for future generations of UD students." Many of the international experiences will come through an end  more