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49 min ago | Business Journal

Ohio's middle-market businesses underperforming national counterparts

The National Center for the Middle Market is a partnership between GE Capital and Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business.


49 min ago | Business Journal

Growth outlook positive for Florida's middle-market companies

Most middle market companies in Florida are expecting both revenue and employee growth, according to a survey by the National Center for Middle Market.


Related Topix: Florida

2 hrs ago | WebWire

LabTV Filmmakers Create Inspiring Video Profiles of Ohio State University's Research Scientists

'This NIH effort is an outstanding way to encourage the next generation to embrace biomedical research.


3 hrs ago | Lincolnshire Review

Buffalo Grove Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce awards scholarships

The Buffalo Grove Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce recently presented three Ronald J. Jonas Memorial Scholarships.


Related Topix: Buffalo Grove, IL, Lincolnshire, IL, Lake County, IL, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign

8 hrs ago | Paulding Progress

Phenomenal crop' of wheat reported

Paulding County Ohio State University educator Sarah Noggle said earlier this week that this year's county wheat crop was not only one of the best in history, but "absolutely phenomenal," especially with those farmers who had over-winter stand issues.


Related Topix: Paulding County, OH

Tue Jul 22, 2014

Detroit Free Press

Tom Walsh: Coup for Corktown as Detroit lands research hub over Canton

'It has its ups and downs, but to be able to take care of your family, like get your mom a new car,... The metals manufacturing innovation institute is to locate at 1400 Rosa Parks in Detroit's Corktown.


Related Topix: Detroit, MI, Michigan State University, Wayne State University

The Lantern

Ohio State hires Title IX, Clery Act coordinator

Kellie Brennan, formerly of Columbus State Community College, will be taking on the role, according to an OSU release.


Ohio Faira s Butter Cows Named Scarlet And GraycePosted on Tue. Jul 22nd, 2014

Scarlet and Grayce. Those are the names of the traditional butter sculptures of a cow and calf at this year's Ohio State Fair.


Related Topix: Ohio, Arts, Sculpting

Injuries on the Increase in High School Lacrosse, Study Shows

High school lacrosse players are facing an increasing number of injuries during practices as well as games, a new study finds.


Related Topix: Education Etc.

Ohio Senator, law students propose ways to improve Election Day

A state Senator, Senate attorneys and law students from Ohio State University suggest Ohio can do a better job of running its elections by reviewing problems as they arise on Election Day and orienting policies to favor the voter.


Related Topix: Ohio


Ohio State Football: Why Urban Meyer Must Land a Star Quarterback for 2015

Through three recruiting cycles in Columbus, the Ohio State head coach has brought the Buckeyes a trio of top-5 classes, including the nation's second-ranked class in 2013 and No.


Related Topix: Columbus, OH

The Columbus Dispatch

'X Factor' semifinalist to perform in honor of Logan student who died

Rion Paige will perform at 6 p.m. Saturday at Logan High School, 14470 Rt.328. Tickets - available in Logan at Suite Deal Furniture and Gifts, 1015 W. Hunter St.; and the Hocking Hills Chic Boutique, 65 W. Main St. - cost $12, or $6 for children.


Related Topix: Logan, OH, Celebrities, Simon Cowell, Hocking County, OH, Columbus, OH


Columbus Jazz Legend Gene Walker Dies At Age 76

Jazz legend Gene Walker passed away on Monday at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center at the age of 76. Walker was an internationally renowned tenor sax player and toured with the greats, including Wilson Pickett, Aretha Franklin, Shep and the Limelights, Jimmy Reed, The Isley Brothers, Brenda Lee, and Neil Diamond.


Water Online

New Poultry Litter Applicator Can Cut Nutrient Runoff, Protect Water Quality

Researchers will demonstrate a prototype farm implement that slashes nutrient runoff and bacterial contamination from poultry litter at this year's Manure Science Review.


Related Topix: Environment, Science, Agriculture, E. Coli, Health, US News, United States Department of Agriculture

The Columbus Dispatch

Anger toward cyclists is scary for mother

As the mother of a recent Ohio State University graduate who rides his bicycle in Columbus anytime the weather allows, I cringe when I read letters like "At first glance, bicycle program looks too pricey" from Marvin Shrager .


Related Topix: Columbus, OH, Opinion


Fibroblast Growth Factor 23: A Novel Key to Find Hidden Substrates of ...

From the Department of Physiology and Cell Biology and the Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, OH.


Related Topix: Columbus, OH, Heart Disease

Mon Jul 21, 2014

News Journal

Student bills going up again

Students already strapped for cash to pay for a college education won't get much relief this year.


Related Topix: Ohio, Bowling Green State University, Ohio University, Mansfield, OH

City of Piqua

July 21, 2014: State Representative Richard Adams Announces...

State Rep. Richard Adams announced Friday that the Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board has approved the placement of a bust of former Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives, William Moore McCulloch, in the great hall outside the House Chamber in the Ohio Statehouse.


Related Topix: Holmesville, OH, Piqua, OH

War Is A Crime

Why Are Campus Administrators Making So Much Money?

Americans committed to better living for bosses can take heart at the fact that college and university administrators-unlike their faculty and students -are thriving.


Related Topix: University of Chicago, City University of New York, Vanderbilt University, US News, Liberal Political News

US News & World Report

Decide if Virtual Campus Tours Are Worth It - or Worthless

Virtual tours often don't show the less desirable parts of campus life, but they can act as a starting point for further research.