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The College of EHHS welcomes you back to school. We offer undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. programs in teacher education, and our alumni go on to make a difference in the lives of others.<p> <a href='http://www.kent.edu/ehhs/about/data.cfm'>Read more</a> about our impressive statistics regarding faculty, program, and employer satisfaction.
The College of EHHS welcomes you back to school. We offer undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. programs in teacher education, and our alumni go on to make a difference in the lives of others.

Read more about our impressive statistics regarding faculty, program, and employer satisfaction.

The College of EHHS will honor seven distinguished alumni at its 3rd Annual Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony on Friday, Sept. 28, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Kent Student Center Ballroom. Tickets for the event are $38 per person and include hors d’ oeuvres, followed by a sit-down meal.<p> <a href='https://commerce.cashnet.com/cashnetb/selfserve/BrowseCatalog.aspx'>Purchase tickets</a>
The College of EHHS will honor seven distinguished alumni at its 3rd Annual Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony on Friday, Sept. 28, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Kent Student Center Ballroom. Tickets for the event are $38 per person and include hors d’ oeuvres, followed by a sit-down meal.

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<h3>Hooding Ceremony</h3><p>Forty-two graduate students took part in the 2nd annual hooding ceremony on May 4, 2012 for the Higher Education Administration and Student Personnel program. It was an opportunity for the students, faculty, family and friends to come together and celebrate the students’ graduation. Following a moment of remembrance, Dr. Rich Fellar, president-elect for National Career Development Association, delivered the keynote address. <p>Students pictured: Tianjun Shen, John Leciejewski, Anthony DiPasqua, Rebecca Ondrovic, Justin Khol, Alyssa Dunlap.

Hooding Ceremony

Forty-two graduate students took part in the 2nd annual hooding ceremony on May 4, 2012 for the Higher Education Administration and Student Personnel program. It was an opportunity for the students, faculty, family and friends to come together and celebrate the students’ graduation. Following a moment of remembrance, Dr. Rich Fellar, president-elect for National Career Development Association, delivered the keynote address.

Students pictured: Tianjun Shen, John Leciejewski, Anthony DiPasqua, Rebecca Ondrovic, Justin Khol, Alyssa Dunlap.

<h3>Learning STEM with LEGOs</h3><p>The Research Center for Educational Technology staff has adopted the LEGO WeDo Robotics system to help promote elementary content standards for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning. The project helps support local K-5 grade teachers to design curriculum that utilizes the robotics system to introduce children to the engineering design process. The set contains blocks, working motors and sensors, and a computer software program to run constructed models, which can range from dancing birds to a soccer goal kicker.<p>RCET will run a LEGO WeDo camp this summer. To learn more about this camp and other camps for elementary students, contact Mary Stith at 330-672-5995.

Learning STEM with LEGOs

The Research Center for Educational Technology staff has adopted the LEGO WeDo Robotics system to help promote elementary content standards for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning. The project helps support local K-5 grade teachers to design curriculum that utilizes the robotics system to introduce children to the engineering design process. The set contains blocks, working motors and sensors, and a computer software program to run constructed models, which can range from dancing birds to a soccer goal kicker.

RCET will run a LEGO WeDo camp this summer. To learn more about this camp and other camps for elementary students, contact Mary Stith at 330-672-5995.

<H3> Study Abroad</h3><p> Dr. Maureen Blankemeyer, a faculty member in Human Development and Family Studies, traveled with 20 students throughout Ireland to learn about historical and societal influences on the Irish family. The course HDFS 44095 Special Topics: Families in Ireland and the United States, took place during the May Intersession 2012.<p>Pictured on top of the Blarney Castle near Cork Ireland is: (from left to right) Jordan Brannan, Lia Arbogast, Kallie Telfer, Emily Robie, Michelle Villnuve.

Study Abroad

Dr. Maureen Blankemeyer, a faculty member in Human Development and Family Studies, traveled with 20 students throughout Ireland to learn about historical and societal influences on the Irish family. The course HDFS 44095 Special Topics: Families in Ireland and the United States, took place during the May Intersession 2012.

Pictured on top of the Blarney Castle near Cork Ireland is: (from left to right) Jordan Brannan, Lia Arbogast, Kallie Telfer, Emily Robie, Michelle Villnuve.

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