Anniversary dinner to take place at YSU


Anniversary dinner to take place at YSU

YOUNGSTOWN

The College of Graduate Studies at Youngstown State University will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a dinner at 5 p.m. Saturday in the Atrium at Williamson College of Business Administration.

The event, celebrating “50 Years of Inquiry, Discovery and Creativity,” also includes a campus bus tour, a wine and beer social and dinner with music.

During the fall quarter of 1968, the YSU College of Graduate Studies began offering master’s programs in chemistry, education, engineering, English, history, mathematics and music. Today, there are more than 875 graduate students studying in 38 graduate-degree programs, including three doctoral programs.

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