Speaker Dr. Shea Dunham

Love, Relationships and the African-American Family
Main Hall Auditorium
Event is free and open to the public.

Shea M. Dunham, Ph.D., associate professor at Governors State University, is a counselor, educator and marriage and family therapist, specializing in emotionally focused couple's therapy. She also works with parents and their adult children and African-American and intercultural couples.

Current graduate student Emily Munger was awarded an NSF EAPSI grant to study in Japan this summer. Ms. Munger will be studying at the Primate Research Institute of Kyoto University in Japan with Dr. Katsuki Nakamura. To learn more about the NSF EAPSI program, click here.

Join us in congratulating Dr. Maria Serrat who was awarded the Basmajian Award by the American Association of Anatomists. 

"This award recognizes health science faculty who are in the formative stages of their career (within 10 years of their highest earned degree at time of nomination), teach human or veterinary gross anatomy, can document excellence in their contribution to the teaching of gross anatomy, and have outstanding accomplishments in biomedical research or scholarship in education."

Kent State University’s Wick Poetry Center will host poet Rita Dove as part of the Fourth Annual U.S. Poet Laureate Reading. The event is part of the 2014-2015 reading series and will take place on Thursday, April 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Kent Student Center Kiva. The event is free and open to the public.