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Profiles of Excellence in Action | 

June 2011

Porthouse Theatre, Kent State University’s outdoor summer theatre located on the grounds of Blossom Music Center, is preparing for a razzle-dazzle 2011 season. The professional theatre, celebrating its 43rd year, opens the season with the Broadway sensation Chicago.

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Welcome to Profiles of Excellence in Action, a monthly e-newsletter showcasing news and events from Kent State University. In this month's issue, learn about kayaking trips and other excursions offered by Crooked River Adventures, a Cleveland street named in honor of Kent State alumnus Dick Goddard and new signs at the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative in the PlayhouseSquare District. Also, read about Declan Keane and his latest accomplishment in his impressive career as a physics professor and the Porthouse Theatre's exciting summer season of shows.

Crooked River Adventures Reopens With More Trips and Tubing

Crooked River Adventures, the canoe and kayak livery in Kent, Ohio, operated by the Department of Recreational Services at Kent State University, is now open for the summer.

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Cleveland Street Named in Honor of Kent State Graduate Dick Goddard

The Kent State University community proudly congratulates Dick Goddard, a 1960 Kent State graduate and WJW-Fox 8 chief meteorologist, for being on television for 50 years.

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Kent State’s Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative Sports New Signs in PlayhouseSquare District

The new location of Kent State University's Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative in the PlayhouseSquare District sports new signs that help bring attention to the university’s continued presence in downtown Cleveland.

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Kent State Professor Makes Discovery Linked to the "Big Bang"

Professor of Physics Declan Keane has worked at Kent State University for 23 years, extending his passion for research from the classroom into the real world.

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