The appearance by John Quinones, the final presenter of the 2016-17 Kent State University at Stark Featured Speakers Series, has been rescheduled, for Thursday, April 20, at 7:30 p.m. at the Kent State Stark Conference Center. He was originally scheduled to speak at the same time on Wednesday, April 19.
Original tickets dated for April 19 will be honored at the event on April 20.
Imagine that the way flies and butterflies drink nectar and other fluids can be imitated for use in medicine, potentially to deliver life-saving drugs to the body – and also how this method can save their own lives in times of drought.
Matthew Lehnert, Ph.D., of Kent State University at Stark researches the method in which flies and butterflies ingest liquids into their own bodies for nourishment.
Kent State University at Stark’s 2016-17 theatrical season will close with Reasons to Be Happy by Neil LaBute. The play will be performed on April 14, 15, 21 and 22 at 7:30 p.m. and on April 16 and 23 at 2 p.m. at the Kent State Stark Theatre. American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation will be provided for the performance on April 23.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Marilyn Norconk on her Fulbright Scholar award! Dr. Norconk will lead an international and interdisciplinary team that will concentrate on conservation efforts in Suriname, South America.
Kent State University at Tuscarawas is announcing the signing of two New Philadelphia wrestlers to their wrestling team. On March 24, Blake Bollon and Cullen Brogan signed National Letters of Intent to wrestle for the Kent State Tuscarawas Golden Eagles.
Bollon was a four-year letterman for the Quakers, a recent state qualifier and finished second in the East Central Ohio League (ECOL), while Brogan earned three wrestling letters, was a district qualified this season, finished second in the ECOL and served at team captain for NPHS.
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.