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CCAD Switches to Virtual Events for Art Fair, Chroma & More

Susan Post Susan Post CCAD Switches to Virtual Events for Art Fair, Chroma & More

Spring normally brings a flurry of events for the Columbus College of Art & Design, from the semi-annual Art Fair to the Senior Fashion Show and Commencement. Things will look a bit different this year as events are cancelled and moved to virtual formats in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. “All of us at CCAD […]

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Updated: CMC Suspends Live Streaming Forums

Susan Post Susan Post Updated: CMC Suspends Live Streaming Forums

Editor’s Note 3/23/2020: Following the stay at home order issued by Governor Mike DeWine on Sunday, March 22, CMC is suspending the live streaming of its forums until receiving the “all clear.” The organization will share archived forums instead, streaming every Wednesday from 12-1:15 p.m. via YouTube and Facebook. Originally published 3/17/2020: The Columbus Metropolitan […]

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NEXT: The Future of Schools

David Staley David Staley NEXT: The Future of Schools

It would appear that artificial intelligence will soon be going to school.   Researchers are devising new machine learning techniques that involve what’s termed as “grounded language.” Deep learning today involves feeding an algorithm a lot of data and allowing the algorithm to identify patterns in that data. Some computer scientists are investigating the idea of having […]

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Ohio State President Michael Drake Retiring

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Ohio State President Michael Drake Retiring

The Ohio State University President Michael Drake, MD, has announced that he will retire from the role next year. In a press release, Drake said the timing was right for Ohio State and his family. “Ohio State is a very special place. Brenda and I are blessed to be part of the incredible Buckeye community,” […]

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CSCC Putting Bond Issue on the March Ballot

Susan Post Susan Post CSCC Putting Bond Issue on the March Ballot

Columbus State Community College is proposing a $300 million bond issue for the March 2020 ballot to fund the modernization of its facilities. CSCC’s capital plan details facility and IT infrastructure maintenance and improvements to the campus’ buildings whose average age is nearly 50 years. Specific improvements outlined for the bond money include projects to: […]

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Opinion: Make Your Vote Count

Mike Alcock Mike Alcock Opinion: Make Your Vote Count

Columbus City Schools (CCS) is the largest district in the state of Ohio. Yet, in the last two CCS school board election cycles, the participation rate for all eligible voters has averaged only 16% in the general election.  Our students deserve the most talented, professional, and principled public servants that the community can elect.  In […]

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10 Master’s Degrees To Help You Land Top Jobs in Columbus

Franklin University Franklin University 10 Master’s Degrees To Help You Land Top Jobs in Columbus

While many cities in the Midwest continue to face population decline, Columbus is experiencing exciting growth. In fact, we were the only large northern city to grow by more than 10% from 2010 to 2017. As the population increases, our job market is more than keeping pace. From 2013 to 2018, jobs increased by 9.7%, […]

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