The Kent State Tuscarawas nursing students are spreading the word about the upcoming university-wide smoking ban effective July 1, 2017.

Craft and Vendor Show Sponsored by SOTA

Kent State University at East Liverpool's Student Occupational Therapy Association will be hosting a Craft and Vendor Show!

Food will be available for purchase courtesy of Quik Bites (Local restaurant/café)

This event will be held in at Kent State University at East Liverpool, in John J. Purinton Hall located at 400 East Fourth Street East Liverpool, OH 43920. This event will be held in the Slak Shak. 

Please call 330-385-3805 for more information.

International Day - Salem

Students and staff from the nursing program at Kent State University at Salem are hosting International Day from 2-4 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17, in the lobby of Centofanti Hall. The event is free and open to the public.

The event will feature food, music and displays of several cultures that represent the locations nursing students visited in recent years as part of their study abroad courses.

More than 500 guests, including 61 graduating nursing students from Kent State University College of Nursing, gathered in the Kent State Student Center Ballroom on Friday, December 16, for the Fall Undergraduate Convocation ceremony. The event recognized the accomplishments of the graduates and marked their successful transition from nursing student to professional nurse.

Joan Inderhees, 2016-2017 provost’s fellow at Kent State, provided the University welcome message. 

Seeds of Colonialism, a solo exhibition of silk-screened posters by Associate Professor in Drawing, Darice Polo, will be on view at Some Time Gallery at 2882 W. 32nd St in Cleveland from January 6 – January 28. 2017. The exhibition opens on Friday, January 6, 2017 from 5 – 8 pm. The posters were printed in collaboration with Ping Pong Press.

Kent State University at East Liverpool recognized the academic achievements of several students during its annual scholarship reception.

Dr. David Dees, interim dean of the Kent State Columbiana County campuses, welcomed the students, their families, donors and faculty members, while emphasizing the important role each relationship plays in measuring success at a university.