Area to receive .8M in grants for tech growth
COLUMBUS — The State Controlling Board has approved $ 1.8 million in state grants to help underwrite commercialization of a composite material as well as support services for technology startup businesses, state Sen. Jon Husted, R-Kettering, said Thursday, July 22.The Controlling Board this week approved a $ 500,000 Third Frontier program grant to help the University of Dayton work with local …
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For-profit schools use the Web to lure students with bogus grant offers
After being laid off from her job as a high school teacher in Dayton, Ohio, Nicole Massey decided to go back to college. For months, she scoured the Web for ways to fund her tuition, while supporting her 10-year-old son, Tyler.
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Failing to back clean energy will cement GOP’s minority status
GREEN BAY, Wis. – It is politically fashionable to denounce federal subsidies as unjustifiable in the face of rising budget deficits and an ailing economy. Like pork-barrel spending, however, the value of subsidies depends on where one stands.
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