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Ohio University Scholarships

 Ohio University and The Ohio University Foundation are launching a new scholarship program that will pair University funding with donor support to double the impact of private gifts while providing immediate financial assistance to undergraduate students throughout the OHIO community.

The Current-Use Scholarship Program, approved unanimously during today’s Ohio University Board of Trustees meeting, will provide $1 in funding from the University’s unrestricted financial aid budget to amplify every $1 in donor gifts and pledge payments to accounts that meet established program criteria. This new scholarship program runs through June 30, 2021, with Ohio University pledging up to $10 million to support this effort.

“In creating the Current-Use Scholarship Program, Ohio University is enhancing its commitment to accessibility and affordability by galvanizing our community’s efforts to support and invest in the success of our students,” said President M. Duane Nellis. “We hope this collaborative program will encourage alumni and donors of all means to give to the University in a way that will double their generosity and provide immediate and life-changing assistance to promising young scholars.”

Current-use scholarship gifts are made available immediately to support students, to meet Ohio University’s near-term financial needs and to enhance student recruitment and retention efforts.

The Current-Use Scholarship Program is building on the success of The OHIO Match™, Ohio University’s Undergraduate Scholarship Matching Program. Through The OHIO Match, launched in July 2013, Ohio University has pledged up to $25 million to strengthen its endowed scholarship program by providing $0.50 for every dollar committed to eligible scholarship endowments. The OHIO Match expanded in January 2019 to include regional campuses and specific departments and programs.

As of June 15, 2020, donors had committed nearly $18.14 million in eligible gifts to The OHIO Match, and more than 261 new endowed scholarship accounts have been created, providing more students a pathway to an Ohio University education while establishing a legacy of long-term student support. The OHIO Match will continue to match gifts and pledge payments to eligible endowed scholarship accounts through June 30, 2024.

The new Current-Use Scholarship Program will follow the same eligibility criteria of The OHIO Match, which include:

  • Accounts must provide renewable undergraduate scholarship awards that are designated to a campus, a college or University-wide.
  • Donors may specify whether awards are based on merit, need and/or talent, with the specifics of those terms to be defined at the University’s discretion.
  • Donors may designate a preference for scholarship funds to be directed to particular academic departments, programs or majors.
  • Other donor preferences, including geographic restrictions, may be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Under the Current-Use Scholarship Program, individual, named current-use accounts will be established for donor gifts of at least $10,000. Donors of any amount can participate in the program by giving to pooled University-wide, college-wide or regional campus scholarship accounts created for this program.

All new donor gifts and paired OHIO funds associated with this program will be administered centrally and spent prior to general funds being allocated for the same purpose, providing the University greater financial flexibility while meeting donors’ gift intentions and expectations.

Paired funds will be transferred into designated University scholarship accounts as gifts are received by The Ohio University Foundation. These paired scholarship accounts will be supported with University funds being made available University-wide on a first-come, first-served basis.

“The Current-Use Scholarship Program is just the latest example of the culture and community of support that is the hallmark of an Ohio University education,” said Nico Karagosian, vice president for University Advancement and president and CEO of The Ohio University Foundation. “Our faculty, staff, alumni, friends and community partners are unwavering in their mission to provide the best student-centered learning experience that starts by first reducing the financial barriers to higher education. Together, we can ensure that not only are the doors to an OHIO education open even wider but that students are supported in their academic journey and their post-graduate years, positioning them on a pathway to professional success and purposeful lives.”

Donors may make a gift to the Current-Use Scholarship Program by visiting http://engage.ohio.edu/current-use-match.

Checks may be made payable to The Ohio University Foundation and sent to the Foundation at P.O. Box 869, Athens, OH 45701. Questions about making a gift — and eligibility for the Current-Use Scholarship Program — can be directed to The Ohio University Foundation at 800-592-3863 or giving@ohio.edu. More information about giving to Ohio University can be found at www.ohio.edu/give.

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GearWrench Mobile Toolbox Review

The GearWrench Mobile Toolbox is a great addition to any craftsman workstation.

Mobile Toolbench for productivity.

From hammers and screwdrivers to files and wrenches, GearWrench offers industrial professionals great quality at a lower cost than other premium hand tool brands. GearWrench tools greatly improve productivity in an industrial situation with strength and increased access. With mobile features to maneuver around corners and various on-site situations.

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Data Days CLE Keynote by AP Data Journalism Editor Troy Thibodeaux

The fourth annual Data Days CLE, presented by Microsoft and the Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development at Case Western Reserve University, will take place at Tinkham Veale University Center on Monday, April 15.

Born in response to the growing call for participatory-based and data-backed civic decision making, Data Days CLE began as a small meetup of a dozen individuals at the Public Administration Library inside Cleveland City Hall. In the 4 years since then, it has grown into an annual, regional, movement of hundreds.

This year, keynote speaker and Associated Press Data Journalism Editor Troy Thibodeaux, who leads a cross-country team of newsroom data analysts and developers, will share his experience using data to
tell powerful stories and speak to the importance of local journalism in civic ecosystems.

Whether you’re an expert data practitioner or someone thinking about data for the first time, Data Days welcomes all members of the community who are eager to grow and learn with us. Registration is $40.00 and includes breakfast, lunch, a post-event reception, and a full day of plenary, breakout, and “un/conference” sessions. Presenters include individuals from Cuyahoga County, the City of Cleveland, Cleveland Museum of Art, Playhouse Square, Cleveland Public Library, the Holden Arboretum, the Plain Dealer, Vote.org, JumpStart, Inc., and others

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How to Flash Cool Produce Package Cooling

Flash Cooling of Produce

When harvesting produce from your garden or from a farm it is important to cool the vegetables soon after they are picked or harvested to keep them fresh. Industrial Produce Coolers

Vacuum cooling technology can strongly improve your product quality and reduce cooling costs. Custom produce cooling systems are effecient and create the best cooling solution to keep your product farm fresh.

The process to flash cool produce starts with calculating the type of cooling system that you will need, the location, and average temperature of the produce when it is harvested.

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Cleveland SEO Companies

List of leading SEO companies in Cleveland Ohio.

Cleveland has a long history in SEO companies. These founders of SEO companies have various backgrounds including publishing, writing, technology, web design, usability, Web Association, and e-commerce.

Cleveland SEO

The original Cleveland SEO companies first met in Cleveland.

Cleveland SEO Members

  • eMergent Marketing
  • Goebel Group
  • Keyphrase-Marketing.com
  • Optiem
  • Pilot Fish
  • Chris Caputo – Falls Digital
  • IdeaStar Inc
  • The Search Guru
  • HRSEO
  • OhioBiz – Mark J. Geyman
  • SageRock.com

 

Cleveland Search Engine Optimization (CSEO) can help your business stand out in the online crowd. With more than 5 million pages added to the Web each day, you need to ensure that yours won’t get lost among the masses.

CSEO is a highly experienced and cohesive team of Cleveland-based Internet marketing professionals, offering search engine optimization (SEO), search engine marketing (SEM), optimized Web design, and search engine-friendly content management services. While many local and national firms may appear to offer similar services, only an elite few can deliver the quality, expertise, and cost-effective results of CSEO.

The world of search engine optimization and search engine marketing continues to change. In order to provide the best possible return on investment for our clients, we are constantly testing, learning, and evolving. Our methodology and approach is time-tested and proven, not based on guesswork. The results speak for themselves. Cleveland Search Engine Optimization’s clients stand out in the crowd.

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THE NEWEST FORDS AT THE CLEVELAND AUTO SHOW

FORD AT THE CLEVELAND AUTO SHOW

Cleveland Auto Show Ford Updates.

Ford Ranger : Built Ford Tough: Ford answers the call from truck customers looking for an affordable, rugged, and maneuverable midsize pickup that’s Built Ford Tough; torture-tested alongside Ford F-150 trucks, Ranger quality starts with a rugged high-strength steel frame backbone, proven Ford-built 2.3-liter EcoBoost® engine and class-exclusive 10-speed automatic transmission.

Ford Mustang Bullitt : A Star is Reborn: 50th Anniversary Ford Mustang Bullitt revives silver screen legend with new levels of power. New limited-edition Mustang Bullitt features retuned 5.0-liter V8 engine that packs at least 475 horsepower and 420 lb.-ft. of torque and tops out at 163 mph.

F-150 Police Interceptor: 2018 F-150 Special Service Vehicle is tougher, smarter and more capable than ever – with choice of 5.0-liter V8 FFV or 3.5-liter EcoBoost®, and standard Auto Start-Stop, in either XL SuperCab or SuperCrew configuration – to tackle rigorous customer demands. SSV packages provide the space and extensive utility to meet the specialized needs of law enforcement, government and fleet customers.

2019 Ford Transit Connect Wagon: With space for up to seven, 2019 Ford Transit Connect Wagon easily switches from work to play to accommodate entrepreneurial small business needs, hobbies and grandkids. It will offer segment-exclusive diesel engine and new driver-assist technologies, including standard Automatic Emergency Braking.

Cleveland Auto Show Hours:

February 23 – March 4 2018

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  • 5PM to 10PM [Opening Friday]
  • 11AM to 9PM [Mon – Thu]
  • 11AM to 10PM [Fri – Sat]
  • 11AM to 8PM [Sun]