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September 13th, 2009
Coshocton County native pitches Ohio State to businesses
Sharell Mikesell, 65, might have been born in Coshocton, but these days he is in frequent communication with multi-million dollar businesses and CEO's across the United States pitching to them why they should partner with Ohio State University.
He previously worked for General Electric and Owens-Corning and still serves as the co-director for Ohio's Center for Multifunctional Polymer Nanomaterials and Devices. It was through this state funded program that he first started working with OSU.
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