- Associated Press - Thursday, January 23, 2014

Here are a few of the $404 million in capital projects that the Ohio Higher Education Funding Commission has recommended for state funding in 2014:

-OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY: $52.8 million conversion of historic Pomerene ($37.2 million) and Oxley ($15.6 million) halls into state of the art data analytics program facilities

-UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI: $28.8 million renovation of Medical Sciences Building

-SHAWNEE STATE: $4 million expansion of Health Sciences Program

-YOUNGSTOWN STATE: $700,000 in maintenance and repairs to Moser Hall Manufacturing Lab

-UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO: $9.5 million for campus infrastructure improvements, automation and mechanical upgrades and campus energy reduction measures

-UNIVERSITY OF AKRON: $3.3 million energy efficiency upgrades to Auburn Science & Engineering Center

-SINCLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE: $4 million to modernize classrooms at National Unmanned Aerial System Training Center

-COLUMBUS STATE: $8.95 million in campus technology upgrades

-LORAIN COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE: $2 million SMART Center for Sensor Commercialization expansion

-BOWLING GREEN-FIRELANDS: $1 million Allied Health & Sciences Building expansion

-STARK STATE: $500,400 for Student Center One-Stop renovations

-RIO GRANDE: $987,000 for College Completion to Career Center


Source: Office of Budget and Management

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