Wendy Zucal will be the featured speaker for the April 10 Women’s Success Series event at Kent State University at Tuscarawas in New Philadelphia. The event will be held from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Cost to attend each session is $10, which includes a continental breakfast.

Women's Success Series - Featuring Wendy Zucal

Wendy Zucal, executive director of the Dennison Depot Museum system, will be the featured speaker for the April 10 Women’s Success Series event at Kent State University at Tuscarawas.  The event is held from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Cost to attend each session is $10, which includes a continental breakfast.

Zucal’s presentation will share her leadership philosophy, lessons learned and best practices, as well as her definition of success.  

Grants are important to the mission of Kent State University at Stark. The more funding we receive, the more we can: 

Three hours of walking, eating and drinking through Scottsdale, Arizona, was all it took to get Barbara Abbott hooked on becoming an entrepreneur.

“We were on a family trip in 2010,” says Abbott, a resident of Canton Township. “Someone scheduled us for a food tour — something I had never heard of before. But by the time it was over, I thought it was a great way to experience a town and thought the concept would be a good fit for Canton.”

Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado

The Classic Gilbert and Sullivan comic light opera The Mikado will be on stage April 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center at Kent State University at Tuscarawas in New Philadelphia.
Performed with a full orchestra, The Mikado is a stunning, musical production that combines romance and comedy. 

During the spring of 2014, news reports of Ebola cases in West Africa caught the attention of Judith Hoover, a 2009 Kent State Tuscarawas nursing graduate. After hearing the reports, she knew she had to join the fight against Ebola. 

The 17th annual Student Research Colloquium will be held April 13 at 7 p.m. in Room 126 of the Science and Advanced Technology Center. Admission is free and open to the public. 

Kent State University’s seven Regional Campuses will begin automatically awarding associate degrees to bachelor’s degree-seeking students who have completed all requirements for either an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science degree.

“They earned it, so we’re awarding the degree,” said Wanda Thomas, associate provost and dean of the Regional College. “Awarding an associate degree as soon as it is earned ensures that a Kent State regional student will have a college degree, even if something happens and they are unable to complete their bachelor’s degree program.”

Kent State University’s seven Regional Campuses, including Kent State University at Stark in Jackson Township, will begin automatically awarding associate degrees to bachelor’s degree-seeking students who have completed all requirements for either an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science degree. 

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