The Ohio Department of Higher Education's Choose Ohio First Scholarship is available for students seeking a bachelor's degree in the STEMM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine). Franklin University's Computer Science (CS), Management Information Sciences (MIS), Information Technology (ITEC), Cyber Security/Information Security (ISEC), and Web Development (WEBD) programs have been approved for this competitive scholarship which will be funded jointly by the Ohio Department of Higher Education and Franklin University.
The Choose Ohio First Scholarship award amount will
be $1,500 - $5,400, split between the Fall and Winter Terms for the 2016-17 year.
The application deadline is
June 20 June 30, 2016. Please click here
for the 2016-17 COF Scholarship Application.
A group of 11 Nationwide employees completed their certificate in Object-Oriented Programming & Development today as part of the partnership between Nationwide & Franklin University in which Franklin developed a series of 4 courses to equip Nationwide programmers with the Java knowledge necessary to achieve business and performance goals.
Through this partnership, Franklin faculty members simultaneously instruct employees onsite at Nationwide's main location, as well as those at satellite locations through hybrid sessions using AdobeConnect.
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Franklin University, Provost & Senior VP of Academic Affairs Dr. Christopher Washington and Dr. Andy Igonor, Chair, Department of Computer and Information Sciences, tape a segment for Daytime Columbus (NBC) discussing the job market for the technology industry and getting high school students interested through high school coding camps.