Sinclair Community College News
Browse past news stories for Sinclair Community College in Dayton, OH.
- University of Dayton seeks financial support for proposed $14M innovation center
A partnership between General Electric (NYSE: GE), the University of Dayton, Sinclair Community College and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base hopes to meet the region's ...
- Sinclair students can now pursue two bachelor’s degrees
For the first time, Sinclair Community College students headed back to class Monday with the opportunity to pursue a ...
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News Troop 78 Third Annual Donation Sale BSA Troop 78 of Eaton will host its third annual donation sale during the U.S. 127 Sales, Aug. 1-3. The sale is located at 311 Romadoor Drive. Gently used children’s and adult clothing, household goods, furniture and books will be available for ...
- Chelsea Clinton spoke at Sinclair Community College - WDTN
The former first daughter spoke at Sinclair Community College around 12:15 Thursday afternoon. At the Women for Hillary Roundtable, Chelsea Clinton talked about college affordability, while encouraging millennials to vote this November. Chelsea Clinton ...Che ...
- Sinclair Community College to host 17th Annual Career Exploration and Job Fair - WKEF ABC 22
WHIODAYTON, OH - Sinclair Community College will be host to the 17th Annual Career Exploration and Job Fair on Wednesday, April 6, 2016, from Noon - 3:00 p.m. in the Building 12 Conference Center on Sinclair's downtown Da ...
- Sinclair Community College has drone success - WDTN
Dayton Daily NewsDAYTON, Ohio () â€“ Sinclair Community College will host an event today to announce its membership in ASSUR, for the Center of Excellence. The only other institution in the state with one is The Ohio State University. Th ...
- Sinclair Community College offers UAS training, certification - WLWT Cincinnati
Unmanned Aerial Systems, like drones, are becoming more common in the skies. Sinclair Community College in Dayton sees them as a big part of their future. Pin It. Show ...
- Sinclair Community College levy campaign has spent $452K so far - Dayton Daily News
The campaign to pass a new levy for Sinclair Community College has spent nearly half a million dollars so far, according to pre-general election campaign finance reports filed ...
- Sinclair Community College seeks to offer four-year degrees - Dayton Business Journal
Sinclair Community College wants to offer a series of targeted four-year degrees if a proposed new state budget gets approved. John Carey, chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents, and O ...
- Unicon to Develop Integration for Sinclair Community College (SCC) between ... - PR Web (press release)
Recognized as a League for Innovation community college and a recipient of the Completion by Design grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Sinclair is strategically addr ...
- Sinclair Community College Upgrades to HEAT Service Management in the Cloud - Business Wire (press release)
MILPITAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FrontRange, the Hybrid Service Management software company, today announced that Sinclair Community College has adopted FrontRange HEA ...
- Sinclair Community College public employee salaries database - Dayton Business Journal
As it navigates a changing education landscape, the administrators at Sinclair Community College are among the top 10 highest-paid employees at the college in 2013. But facult ...
- Sinclair Community College plans indoor drone site - Columbus Dispatch
An indoor pavilion for students to test and fly drones will be built at a college in southwestern Ohio. Sinclair Community College officials say the 40 ...
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