Kent State Tuscarawas is sponsoring a Constitution Day program on Sept. 17 at Noon in the Library in Founders Hall. Dr. Todd Hartline will discuss “Why the American Constitution Still Matters.” The event is open free of charge to the campus community and to the public, with no tickets required. Join us in celebrating the constitution – see you there!
The Eells Gallery at Blossom Music Center presents:
Sand, Wood & Stone Working Together
recent work by Nancy and Darrel Seibert
July 2 -August 2, 2015
Eells Gallery is open two hours prior to & through intermission of every Cleveland Orchestra Concert.
Kent State Tuscarawas and the Community Improvement Corporation are co-sponsoring a Chamber Business After Hours on June 17 from 4:40 to 6:30 p.m. at the Tolloty Technology Inclubator. The event is catered by Benson's Market and Catering. The cost is $10 for members and $15 for non-members. To RSVP, contact the Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce at 330.343.4474.
Graduate student andrew kramer tells us about the tales that teeth tell
MA student Andrew Kramer shares his progress on his Master's thesis research here!
GRADUATE STUDENT DEXTER ZIRKLE UNRAVELS THE MYSTERY OF THE ANTERIOR INFERIOR ILIAC SPINE
PhD student Dexter Zirkle tells us about his Master's thesis research here!