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July 2011

The 2011 Piano Institute, in association with the Piano Division of the Hugh A. Glauser School of Music at Kent State University, will present a series of concerts and master classes from July 17-27 at various campus locations.

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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 the first-in-the-nation enterprise architecture program at Kent State, the Ohio Associated Press Broadcasters Awards honoring WKSU-FM as Best News Operation, cost savings and economic development efforts by Kent State's Center for Public Administration and Public Policy through intergovernmental collaboration, a professor who received a Distinguished Scholar Award for his work in classical and romantic music and upcoming performances from this year's Piano Institute.

Gift Helps Launch First Enterprise Architecture Program in U.S. at Kent State School of Digital Sciences

A gift to Kent State University’s new School of Digital Sciences will allow students to pursue a first-in-the-nation concentration in enterprise architecture at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

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WKSU-FM Named Best News Operation

WKSU-FM staffers were honored with 10 Ohio Associated Press Broadcasters (OAPB) Awards, including Best News Operation. Amanda Rabinowitz (pictured) was recognized as Best Anchor for her work on the station's weekday broadcasts of NPR's Morning Edition.

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Kent State Develops Northeast Ohio Local Government Collaborative Inventory

Kent State University’s Center for Public Administration and Public Policy has developed a comprehensive inventory of more than 240 collaborative projects that are actively happening or are being explored as ideas for possible implementation in Northeast Ohio.

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Distinguished Scholar Recipient Builds Graduate Program, Specializes in Beethoven

Theodore Albrecht, professor of musicology at Kent State, recently received a Distinguished Scholar Award for his work in classical and romantic music.

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