A start-up business team led by a University of Akron professor was award a $10,000 prize. Nic D. Leipzig's company is centered around a process that can be used as a wound treatment for diabetic patients suffering from wounds which will not heal.
Ball State graduate and Garfield creator Jim Davis has seen a dream fulfilled. "Garfield: The Musical With Cattitude" held its worldwide premiere on June 19th in suburban Washington.
Bowling Green State University President Mary Ellen Mazey has been given permission by the BGSU board of trustees to offer the WBGU-TV license at a federal auction next year. The license could be worth has much as $40 million.
Sean Bearden spent 6 years in prison after shooting a man in 2005. Four years after his release he graduated from the University at Buffalo with a dual degree in physics and applied mathematics and a 3.98 grade-point average. Later this week, he will travel to San Diego to begin research in condensed matter experimental physics, working with Dimitri Basov, the son of Nicolay G. Basov, a 1964 Nobel Laureate in physics.
Janet Sturm, a professor at Central Michigan University's Communication Disorders Department, has designed the First Author Writing Curriculum. It's aimed at providing high quality writing instruction for students with intellectual disabilities and teaching them how to be a better writer and communicator.
Eastern Michigan students gathered last week to protest the university's 7.8 percent increase in tuition and fees.
Kent State University has a fund that provides emergency grants to LGBT students who are having difficulties with their families.
According to a new study that included researchers from Miami University, a man's finger length may be an indicator into whether or not he's a good date.
On Monday the Northern Illinois University Department of Athletics released its Strategic Plan for 2015-18 outlining the path to success for the Huskies.
According to the Ohio Board of Regents, in 2013 Ohio University had 51 arrests resulting from drug-law violations at residential facilities. By comparison, Miami had 45, Kent State 82, and BGSU 62. Ohio State had 4. Draw your own conclusions.
Ghazi "Gary" Manni, the Detroit gambler who bribed players to fix the results of University of Toledo games was sentenced to nearly six years in prison Tuesday for corrupting college sports and committing other crimes.
Two Western Michigan University women aviators will join more than 50 other teams of women pilots for a cross country race that will travel through Kalamazoo. The 2015 Air Race Classic runs June 22-25.