05 January 2008

news: 5 Jan 2008

Report Suggests NEOUCOM Stays Independent
[the report] "recommends that NEOUCOM expand its BS/MD degree program (which already has Youngstown, Kent and Akron as partners) to include Cleveland State, albeit with sufficient funding being provided by the state or private resources to make it happen.

The study also calls for expanded medical and health science-related research in the region."

Stavich Family Gives $2.7 million to YSU
"The trust is designed to provide scholarships for Campbell students at Memorial High School who plan to attend YSU. The fund is projected to provide between 20 and 25 scholarships each year that will offset tuition and other expenses not covered by other financial aid programs.

Students are selected for the scholarship based on their financial need, academic performance and service to the community. More than 10% of the Campbell Memorial class of 2007 attends YSU tuition-free because of the Stavich scholarships.

During the 1980s, the family donated a large sum of money toward create a scenic 10-mile bicycle path that stretches along the Mahoning River from New Castle, Pa., through Lowellville and Struthers."

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