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Dayton ranks 10th for STEM job share

Dayton ranks 10th among the nation’s large metro areas in the percentage of high-paying jobs that require science, technology, engineering and math skills, a study released today by the Brookings Institution has found.

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Kent State taps Robert Sines as dean of its STEM college

The dean and chief administrative officer of the Trumbull campus of Kent State University, Robert Sines, has been named interim dean of the university’s college of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). He will serve in that post through June 2015.

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Ohio declares STEM education, entrepreneurship economic cornerstones

Johnathan M. Holifield, NorTech’s Vice President of Inclusive Competitiveness affirmed, “This potential game-changer for Ohio is an economic competitiveness imperative.  Ohio must cultivate a larger, more diverse and inclusive STEM pipeline to produce more job-creating entrepreneurs.  This program will accelerate those efforts.”

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Ohio science, tech groups target youth innovation

A new scholarship program is being launched to encourage Ohio students to become high-tech inventors and entrepreneurs.

Believe in Ohio will be a youth commercialization and entrepreneurship program offering incentives for achievements in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

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