Kent State University at Tuscarawas is announcing the signing of an Ashville Teays Valley High School graduate to their wrestling team. On March 24, Isaiah Grier, a 2016 graduate, committed to wrestle for the Kent State Tuscarawas Golden Eagles Wrestling Team.
Dr. Spurlock will be teaching a 4-week 3-credit hour course at the Flroence Institute in Italy this summer. The course, FACES: Human Head Anatomy with a Forensic Art Focus, will include museum visits to review Renaissance artist/anatomists and their depictions of the human head during the first week of the course. Students will then learn the anatomy of the head and neck, features that distinguish males from females, and the effects of aging on the face during weeks 2 and 3.
Update: Presentation rescheduled for Thursday, April 20. Original tickets dated for April 19 will be honored at the event on April 20.
Every day is full of “what would you do?” moments, believes John Quinones, reporter and anchor/host at ABC News. As host and creator of What Would You Do?, the hidden camera ethical dilemma series, the seven-time Emmy winner has literally become “the face of doing the right thing” to millions of fans both on and off camera.
Mary Burley, director of Human Resources at Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District, will be the featured speaker for the Women’s Success Series on April 7 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Kent State University at Tuscarawas. The session also includes a discussion on the TED Talk based on How to Make Stress Your Friend by Kelly McGonigal. Cost to attend is $15 when paid in advance and $20 if paid at the door. The fee includes a continental breakfast.
Join us in congratulating M.A. student Josh Bickford on his Summer Institute in Museum Anthropology Award (SIMA). The Summer Institute takes place over 4 weeks, from June 26th to July 21st at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. The program is intended for graduate students who wish to incorporate museum collections into ethnographic research. The program includes housing, and a stipend for food and daily expenses.
Internationally renowned speaker Dr. Mary Higby Schweitzer will present “How Do We Know What We Know About Dinosaurs?” at Kent State University at Tuscarawas on April 6 at 6 p.m. in Founders Hall auditorium. The program, which is appropriate for all ages, is free and open to the public, with no tickets required. Auditorium doors open at 5 p.m. Seating is available on a first come, first served.
Professor Lovejoy Das and Kent State Tuscarawas Selected for Membership in the National Collegiate Honors Council
Professor Lovejoy Das and Kent State University at Tuscarawas have been selected for institutional membership in the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC). Dr. is the Honors Program coordinator, a position he has held for two years, and has been a mathematics professor at the campus for 27 years.