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Learn and practice conversational Spanish. Explore the cultures that share Spanish.
The purpose of this organization is to have aeronautics students network with professionals in the industry. This organization will benefit all aeronautics students by enabling them to network with corporate departments, fixed based operators (FBO’s), pilots, and airport managers.
Meetings will be held on Tuesday nights at 8:30. The meeting place is TBA.
Membership in the Kent State University’s NATA shall be open to any Aeronautics student, faculty, and staff at Kent State University. Active membership shall be determined by meeting attendance and participation within the organization. Once a student graduates or ceases to be a student at the University, his/her active membership in the Kent State University NATA shall cease. Refer to the NATA Kent State Chapter Constitution for further information
The KSU Orchestra Percussion Society (KSU OPS) is designed to further the involvement, experience and education of students interested in percussion. This will be done via discussions of events that are happening around the world involving percussion, through involvement in semi-annual percussion ensemble concerts sponsored by the KSU OPS, and recruiting performances at local high schools. It will also be this organizations purpose to attend as many educational seminars, conferences and conventions that serve as educational tools for the advancement of the percussionists careers as both performers and educators.
A group for writers that helps other writers work through writer difficulties and writer's block.
204 Satterfield, Tuesdays at 5:30
The purpose of the Association is to involve Kent State University students who are interested in world history. Trips to historical sites or museums may be organized. Regular meetings shall be held, which shall include presentations by guest speakers and other activities, both fun and serious.
The locations, dates, and times of regular meetings will be announced in late October.
Students of Kent State University who qualify, according to University rules and policies, to be voting members of a student organization, may be appointed as members of the Association by the President or by the Board of Directors.
A way for Biotechnology students to conncet with others and learn about their major.
The purpose of the MGF shall be to promote Kent State University pride through various performances on and off the Kent State University campus. These performances include but are not limited to football games and other select athletic events, parades and exhibition performances.
General membership meetings shall be held during rehearsals on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, with additional meetings called by the Head Field Commander as needed.
Membership in the MGF at Kent State University shall be open to any and all students at Kent State University. Active membership shall be determined by enrollment in MUS 45222 for undergraduate students and MUS 55222 for graduate students. Brass and woodwind members will register for CRN 16200, Section 001; Drumline members will register for CRN 21052, Section 003; and Colorguard members will register for CRN 21053, Section 004. Once a student graduates or ceases to be a enrolled in MUS 45222 or 55222 his/her active membership in the MGF shall cease.
Enriching communities one student at a time. The Health Professions Affinity Community (HPAC) program is a fresh call to action to change the way we address health and success in our communities. The program relies on precious existing community resources, namely its children, and combining these resources in a manner that supports students’ success and health based on their academic and career interests and the desire to contribute to their community in a positive fashion. The goal of the HPAC program is to promote community health and success by empowering students to address persistent health disparities and challenges by enacting health projects in their communities. HPACs support students as they identify personal and community resources and connect them to pressing community health concerns. Students in HPAC use these connections and learning to make a positive difference now and into the future.
The purpose of COME to celebrate and guide international and minority students toward a better academic, and professional achievements, and help them to understand the CAED program and to afford for multi-culture exchange between a diversity of students.
The Green Team is an organization that welcomes anyone who wants to stand up to power-based personal violence. The Green team is a student organization intended to create a safe environment for those who were affected by power-based personal violence, for those who want to stand up to power-based personal violence, and those who completed the Green Dot bystander training.
Bi-Weekly on Wednesdays from 8-9 PM.
Minimum 2.25 GPA