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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Sister City Agreement Between Columbus And Accra, Ghana December 10, 2015
Joyce Beatty, D-OH
"I am also proud to inform my colleagues that Franklin University and The Ohio State University are working with educational institutions in Ghana to create even greater academic and cultural exchanges."
Additional Statements December 10, 2015
Sherrod Brown, D-OH
"Mr. President, I wish to honor today the distinguished career of Dr. Carl Zulauf on the occasion of his retirement from the faculty of the Ohio State University."
Perkins Loans, Hardest Hit Fund, And Enforce Act December 10, 2015
Rob Portman, R-OH
"I spoke about this on the floor a month or so ago. I talked about it as a program that was incredibly important for students in my State. I talked about the fact that there are 60 schools in the Buckeye State, in Ohio, that have received loans from this program. Over the last school year, more than 25,000 Ohio students received financial aid through Perkins—including about 3,000 students at Kent State University and about 1,700 students at the Ohio State University."
Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act Of 2015 October 21, 2015
Rob Portman, R-OH
"Since 1958, this program has provided more than $28 billion in loans. It is a program that supports 60 different schools in my State. In the Buckeye State of Ohio, we have 60 schools that have loans under this program. Last year, more than 25,000 Ohio students received financial aid through this program—3,000 young people at Kent State and over 1,700 at the Ohio State University in Columbus."
Recognizing Major William “Bill” Conklin Nosker September 30, 2015
Steve Stivers, R-OH
"Bill was born in 1919 in Columbus, Ohio, and later moved to Upper Arlington. He was an active high school athlete, earning 14 varsity letters in four sports. He became one of the first athletes from Upper Arlington to play football at a major university and earned varsity letters three years at The Ohio State University. In 1940, Bill was named to the honorary All-Big Ten Team. "

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