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Please join us in congratulating Dr. Metin Eren and his colleagues Drs. Brett Story and Briggs Buchanon on their NSF award, "Collaborative Research: The role of function in traditional weapon design"!!


Free performance highlights Kent State University at Stark's celebration of Black History Month.

The Wallace Coleman Band, one of Northeast Ohio’s most popular electric blues artists, will perform in concert at Kent State University at Stark on Thursday, Feb. 23, at 6 p.m. at Main Hall Auditorium. The concert is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required.

Job seekers, this is your opportunity to explore and apply for internships and full-time career opportunities within Stark County and Northeast Ohio.

The Corporate University, Kent State University at Stark will present a one-day Nursing Home Administrators Conference on Thursday, March 9 at the Kent State Stark Conference Center, 6000 Frank Avenue NW in Jackson Township.

Kent State University is an approved provider of continuing education credit by the Ohio Board of Executives of Long-term Services and Supports (BELTSS). This event is approved for six (6) BELTSS CEUs. 

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood – Live! will be on stage Feb. 26 at 4 p.m. at the Kent State University at Tuscarawas Performing Arts Center. 

The Department of Pan-African Studies (DPAS), The Center of Pan-African Culture (CPAC), and Black United Students (BUS), present the Pan-African Festival & Think Week, April 19-28, 2017.  The festival’s theme is “Art, Health, and Scholarship” and will feature a variety of workshops, lectures, music, poetry, and art exhibitions.

The African Community Theatre (ACT) in the Department of Pan-African Studies (DPAS) announces the spring 2017 production of  Venus by Suzan Lori-Parks directed by D. Amy-Rose Forbes-Erickson, Ph.D., assistant professor of Pan-African Studies, performed by the Pan-African Theatre Ensemble (PATE).

"In her riveting and humorous talk, Dr.

In observation of Black History Month, Kent State University at Tuscarawas will present the film, Freedom Summer, at 7 p.m. on Feb. 23 in Founders Hall Auditorium. Sponsored by the Diversity Advisory Committee, admission to the film is free and open to the public. This PBS American Experience Film focuses on the 10 weeks of history changing events in Mississippi during the summer of 1964.

The College Credit Plus program is designed to allow college-ready students, grades 7-12 who qualify for college admission, the opportunity to earn high school and college credit. College Credit Plus can include courses offered on a college campus, online or at the high school for which credit is awarded from the college.