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Palos District 118 has a new leader. Following an extensive executive search, the Palos 118 Board of Education appointed Anthony Scarsella Superintendent of Schools for Palos Community Consolidated School District 118 at a special board meeting March 13. Scarsella, who is currently the assistant superintendent for business services, was the school ... (more)
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Welsh-born cellist Paul Watkins, 44, one of the leading chamber musicians of his generation, has been named artistic director of the annual Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival.
The Albright-Knox Art Gallery announced Aaron Ott as Public Art Curator today. Ott is charged with developing public art projects throughout Erie County to bring art beyond the environs of the museum and into the community.
ATHENS, Ohio - Ohio University is moving ahead with a plan to pay its faculty members an extra $6.1 million over three years.
Writing skills are now more critical than ever with the rigor of new standards and assessments.
The James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, University of Cincinnati, invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in the Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Elephant Walk Injera and Curry House has opened at U Square at the Loop in Clifton Heights.
The 21st annual Northern Kentucky Regional History Day will feature a broad range of topics ranging from the Civil War to Northern Kentucky ghost stories and just about everything in between.
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati have found a way both to lower the cost and improve the power conversion efficiency of polymer solar cells , which offer potential use in applications such as sensors, lighting, and consumer products.
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati have discovered that blocking the action of one of the gut hormones can correct post-meal hypoglycemia in gastric bypass patients.
The UpTake: Carly Mellencamp turned her marketing assignment into a real business, Buddy's Box, which sells subscriptions to doggy treat care packages.
In his first job out of library school, Wake Forest University librarian Kyle Denlinger took point on building WFU's information literacy MOOC ZSRx: The Cure for the Common Web, which aimed to provide easy answers to common questions about online research.
CCM Drama's graduating seniors will showcase the depth and breadth of their acting skills during two free performances on March 14. The 12th annual Dolly Awards Ceremony will follow the 7 p.m. performance and will include the presentation of the 2014 Julia Winter Cohen Career Excellence Award to accomplished alumna Torie Wiggins.
Cincinnati Cancer Center and University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute researchers have found in a phase-1 study that patients with advanced melanoma and kidney cancer who were treated with a certain antibody that targets a tumor-enhancing protein was safe, which could lead to more treatment options for patients.