Kent State Psychology Professor Awarded for Neuropsychological Effects of Obesity and Heart Disease Research
John Gunstad, Ph.D., faculty member in the Department of Psychology at Kent State University since 2005, recently received an Outstanding Research and Scholar Award for his work on neuropsychological effects of obesity and heart disease.read more
Limited Offer for Faculty, Staff and Alumni of Kent State UniversityPosted Aug. 13, 2012
Two-for-one Centennial Campaign celebration concert tickets
On Sept. 8, the first concert in more than two decades will be presented at Dix Stadium. Because you are a valued member of our staff, faculty and/or alumni, we are offering a limited time two-for-one ticket promotion. From now through Sept. 4, all Kent State University faculty, staff and alumni will have the opportunity to buy advance tickets at half price. That’s two chair back seat tickets for $50 or two general admission tickets for $35. Don’t miss this great concert and a chance to celebrate the success of our Centennial Campaign, which raised $265 million for student scholarships, capital projects and research.
Proceeds from the concert benefit the Campaign for Change student scholarship program. Be part of the fun and the celebration. The concert starts at 6 p.m., and there is a free tailgate party outside the stadium from 4- 6 p.m.
To purchase your discounted tickets, visit the Kent State Ticket Office in the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center or click here. If you are unable to access the link, please call the Kent State Ticket Office at 330-672-2244 to order your tickets. The Ticket Office is open from 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. This promotion only lasts until Aug. 17. Buy your tickets now … don’t miss out on this great event.
In fact make a weekend out of it … look what else is going on Sept. 7-9 in Kent!
- Enjoy live music Friday night (Sept. 7) at The Kent Stage when American singer-songwriter of blues and folk music Ruthie Foster is performing.
- Get your share of local goodness at the renowned Haymaker Farmer's Market on Saturday morning from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
- Be sure to make time for the 19th Annual Art in the Park on Saturday, Sept. 8, and Sunday, Sept. 9, featuring more than 100 artists and live music at Fred Fuller Park (free admission and parking), or take a trip down the picturesque Cuyahoga River on a canoe or kayak through Crooked River Adventures.
- Relax in one of the nearby hotels, such as Holiday Inn Express and Hampton Inn & Suites at the Kent State rate of $99 plus tax. There's so much to do, so take the time to eat, shop, play and stay in downtown Kent!
For a complete list of all the best places to eat, shop, play and stay in Kent, visit www.mainstreetkent.org. Send an email to email@example.com if you need help finding something downtown. Enjoy Kent!