ZANESVILLE -- Zane State College President Paul Brown took a phone call from a mother Thursday who wanted to know if her sons, two high school sophomores, would be able to attend classes in the Advanced Science and Technology building.
They should be able to, as the new addition to Zane State has an anticipated completion date of two years from now.
Brown often finds himself fielding inquiries about the college's new green energy education direction from not only parents and students of all ages, but business owners, too.
"They want to know about the future of the whole energy sector," Brown said.
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