Energy partnership announces academic investments to support Ohio State programs
ENGIE and Axium funds go to engineering, sustainability, cartoon library
The partners in charge of The Ohio State University’s Comprehensive Energy Management Projectannounced their first academic investments in the university today.
ENGIE North America and Axium Infrastructure announced $200,000 in academic support to programs aiding women in engineering, student sustainability programs and The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum.
“We’re very pleased to have resources to be invested in many of the most important things we work with, such as our students,” said President Michael V. Drake.