John-Michael Warner

I am an Art Historian trained in Gender and Women's Studies. My research examines the histories and theories of contemporary art as well as nineteenth- and twentieth-century North American art and visual culture. I study historical and contemporary land use and representation, including, environmental and eco-critical art histories, landscape studies, border studies, and arts and cultures of the Americas.

Demitra Thomloudis

Demitra Thomloudis is an Assistant Professor and Head of Jewelry/Metals/Enameling at Kent State University.  Demitra received her MFA from San Diego State University and her BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art. She is a recipient of the Bedichek-Orman Professional Development Grant, a 2015 Nominee for the American Craft Council Emerging Voices Award,  and a  Society of North American Goldsmiths’ Emerging Artist featured at 2014 SOFA Chicago  with representation by Charon Kransen Arts. Artist residencies include the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft and Smitten Forum.

Andrea Myers

Andrea Myers is an Assistant Professor of Sculpture at Kent State University at Stark. She received her Bachelors of Fine Arts in 2001 and her Masters of Fine Arts in Fiber and Material Studies in 2006 from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. 

Denise A. Seachrist, Ph.D., of Rootstown, Ohio, has been selected to serve as dean and chief administrative officer of Kent State University at Stark, located in North Canton, Ohio. Seachrist has served as interim dean of Kent State Stark, the only public university in Stark County and the largest Regional Campus of Kent State, since July 1, 2014. She will begin serving as the permanent dean on Feb. 1, 2016.

Cultural Dialogue with ILEP scholars from Brazil and Mexico

venue: WhiteHall Building, Room 200, College of Education Health and Human Services Kent State University

ILEP scholars from Brazil and Mexico will be presenting something specific about their countries and culture. 

ILEP stands for International Leaders in Education Program and brings every spring semester secondary schools teachers from different parts of the world to Kent State.

Kent State Light the Night

Bonfire. S'mores. Giveaways. Save the date to be part of a unique experience that's undeniably Kent State.

Save the date to come see why Kent State University’s future is so bright. Kent State faculty, staff and students are invited to a celebration event on Monday, Feb. 1, at 4 p.m. at the Kent Student Center Ballroom, where Kent State President Beverly Warren will shed light on the university’s new brand. There will be food and giveaways at the event.

Recent grants awarded to Kent State University at Stark in Jackson Township will help further College Credit Plus programs, health care, education of teachers, add degree programs and offer a new cultural arts opportunity in our community.

Kent State University at Stark will host the 62nd Annual Northeast Central Ohio Scholastic Art Exhibit and Awards Ceremony. The Scholastic Art Exhibition, featuring more than 3,000 pieces of artwork from middle and high school students, representing schools in Stark, Summit, Portage, Wayne, Tuscarawas and Medina counties, will be on display from January 19 – February 3 in the Campus Center, Fine Arts Building and the Main Hall Art Gallery, located at Kent State Stark, 6000 Frank Avenue NW in Jackson Township.

The Department of Pan-African Studies at Kent State University is pleased to announce its third biennial Africa and the Global Atlantic World Conference that will take place at Kent State University, on April 8, 2016. This year’s conference is themed “Cultures, Identities, and Racial Violence in the Pan-African World” and aims to explore new ways of studying the complex experiences of Africana people worldwide.