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Profiles of Excellence in Action | 

January 2012

The Kent State School of Art’s Downtown Gallery will present the exhibit Steady As She Goes, featuring artist Mark Schatz, from Jan. 11 to Feb. 11. Schatz is also an assistant professor and foundations program coordinator in the School of Art at Kent State University.

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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, read about Kent State sponsoring Western Reserve PBS program – NEOtropolis, The Campus Kitchen Project at Kent State winning a national award in its first year of operation, a fashion professor’s passion that earned her an Outstanding Teaching Award, and the Kent State School of Art Downtown Gallery’s Steady As She Goes exhibit. Also, watch the video about the Kent State Dodgeball Club.

Kent State University Sponsors Western Reserve PBS Program

Kent State University will serve as sponsor of NEOtropolis, a Western Reserve Public Media half-hour television series that explores the business and economy of the Northeast Ohio region.

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The Kent State Dodgeball Club

Remember the best thing about high school gym class? More than 40 Kent State University students do and have banded together with the Student Recreation and Wellness Center to form the university's official Dodgeball Club.

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Kent State Campus Kitchen Wins National Award in First Year of Operation

The Campus Kitchen Project at Kent State University, a student-powered program that provides meals to local families in need, received the Excellence in Operations award at the National Campus Kitchens Project Conference in St. Louis, Mo.

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Passion for Fashion Earns Professor Outstanding Teaching Award

Fashion Instructor Paula Dancie’s love for fashion and fabric construction began when she was 6 years old and shows no signs of ceasing any time soon. Dancie’s accomplishments and compassionate nature earned her an Outstanding Teaching Award for 2011.

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