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Governor DeWine starts his visits to the IUC at CSU, speaking with students scholars and the University administration. Government Relations


Trough bipartisan efforts, the University was successful in securing language in the 2018 Farm Bill to increase funding in Research and Extension by $3M each. Congressman Mike Turner and Congresswoman Joyce Beatty were successful in getting language into the House version of the Farm Bill to establish a more equitable base amount of funding for CSU. United States Senators Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman were successful in crafting language in the Senate version disbursement to Central State.


Chief Stephanie Hill, has been named as a finalist for Campus Safety Officer of the Year by Campus Safety Magazine. Chief Hill was nominated based on her work to research and manage the implementation of ALERTUS, and her development of a department-wide “green” sustainability initiative.


Private Sector Investment in Campus Area – Following the Federal law creating opportunity zones, University administration actively sought designation of the campus area in Wilberforce, Ohio to be included in the governor’s designation as an opportunity zone. Tis year the Achieve Strategy Group will assist the administration leaders in educating private sector developers in the zone, and solicit input and proposals on future developments in the area to benefit students, staff, and community.


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