Ohio chancellor visits Wright State

John Carey, chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents, visited Wright State on July 29 during his statewide budget tour. Here’s an overview of media coverage of his visit.

WDTN: Ohio Board of Regents visits Wright State

Wright State University welcomed the Ohio Board of Regents Chancellor John Carey Monday. Carey is head of the Ohio agency that oversees higher education.

His visit was part of a statewide tour highlighting the state budget and its impact on universities.

He heard a presentation on a newly designed engineering and math curriculum aimed at keeping students and helping them graduate. He spoke highly of Wright State and hopes to use its ideas at other colleges.

Watch the video at WDTN.com.

WYSO Public Radio: Chancellor Carey ends state budget/education tour at Wright State

Chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents, John Carey, was at Wright State University on Monday for the final stop on a statewide tour to highlight the recent state budget and its impact on higher education. . . .

Chancellor Carey also talked about Governor Kasich’s recent executive order that colleges and universities find more ways for military service to be applied as college credit. Wright State University President David Hopkins is a co-chair of the committee working with other institutions like Sinclair and Clark State Community colleges to complete that task.

Read more at WYSO.org.

Dayton Business Journal: Educator: Ohio needs more people with college degrees

Ohio must work to make more of its workforce college-educated, said one of the state’s top education officials as he visited Dayton Monday.

John Carey, chancellor of Ohio’s Board of Regents, visited Clark State Community College and Wright State University Monday, wrapping up a series of visits to state higher education institutions. . . .

Carey said his top priority is to align higher education with workforce, which he said meant increasing access to higher education for students in the state.

Read more at BizJournals.com.

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