Dr. Valerie Cubon-Bell has been named one of three campus-wide recipients of the Outstanding Teaching Award presented by the University Teaching Council. Each year, Kent State University honors full-time, non-tenure-track and part-time faculty members who are nominated by their students and peers for being among the most dedicated, highly effective and motivated professors at the university.
On Monday, Oct. 3, "Ottoman Ties: European Art Music from Former Ottoman Lands and Viennese Ottoman Representations" will be performed by Katherine Meizel (Bowling Green State University), Eve McPherson (Kent State University at Trumbull), and Ralitsa Georgieva-Smith (Cleveland Institute of Music). The concert of classical vocal and piano features music by composers from Bulgaria, Turkey, and Sephardic communities, as well as Ottoman-inspired music by Mozart.
Kent State University at Trumbull announces its first-ever Homecoming King, Queen and Court. These six students will join other regional and Kent campus nominees to celebrate Kent State University’s 2016 Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 1.
The Court consists of the following students:
Sam Olson is beginning her last year in the Veterinary Technology program at Kent State University at Trumbull. In doing so, she has decided to make her final fall semester a memorable one.
After seeing four one-week-old kittens who were dropped off at the Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County, she decided to put her acquired skills into action.
Olson completed paperwork to become a foster parent to the four kittens. She is essentially try to nurse the kittens to adoption age, which means around-the-clock care. Kittens require bottle-feeding every two-three hours.
More than 35,000 students nationwide were recently displaced when ITT Educational Services Inc. closed its chain of technical colleges. To assist students, Kent State University at Trumbull’s Enrollment Management and Students Services department is offering “Let’s Make a Plan: An Information Session for Former ITT Students” on Wednesday, Sept. 21 in Kent State Trumbull’s Auditorium.
The event, which is free and open to all former ITT students and their families, begins at 6:00 p.m.
Students and faculty of Kent State University at Trumbull’s nursing program will begin the school year with eight upgraded hospital beds thanks to Trumbull Memorial Hospital. The donation marks a significant improvement for the campus nursing lab.
“We are truly appreciative of Trumbull Memorial Hospital’s generous support,” offered Kathy Dwinnells, Kent State Trumbull nursing program coordinator. “These newer beds more closely resemble what future nurses will encounter in today’s hospitals.”
On Friday, Sept. 23, Kent State University at Trumbull will host "Rendezvous in the Alley," the kick-off event for the first-ever Warren Homecoming. It will be held from 2:00-6:00 p.m. on the first floor of the parking deck in Dave Grohl Alley. It is free and open to the public.
Meet new students and kick-off the semester in style. Join us for FlashBash from 2:00-5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 1 in the Student Union. Enjoy contests, games, free food, and much more! Also enter for a chance to win iPad Air 2!
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Welcome, Kent State University at Trumbull Students!
We hope you all enjoyed a wonderful summer. It is so great to see familiar and new faces.
Let's build a foundation this week for a siuccessful school year. Start with a suggestion from Dr. Lance Grahn, Dean, Kent State University at Trumbull, to incoming students on Saturday, "Find a reason to enjoy what you do - SMILE!"
Good luck students and see you at the FlashBash on Thursday, Sept. 1.
The Link Gallery at Kent State University at Trumbull is pleased to present an exhibition of paintings by Lane Cooper. “It’s a Wonderful Life” will be on display Tuesday, Sept. 6 through Thursday, Oct. 6 with an Artist’s Reception held Wednesday, Sept. 7 from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m.
Cooper’s paintings explore the ways in which fragments from our perceptual experiences and memories are pieced together to form meaning. A meaning that is in the artist’s view, always shifting, filled with extraneous noise, and because it is fundamentally fragmentary, always just out of grasp.