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Dr. Bradley Keefer Among Group That Receives State Historic Preservation Award for Preserving May 4 History and Site
Kent State Ashtabula associate professor of history, Bradley Keefer, Ph.D., was one of seven individuals recently recognized by the Ohio History Connection's State Historic Preservation Office Awards with the 2018 Public Education and Awareness Award for his group's work on preserving May 4 History and site.
Getting it Right and Getting the Jobs
100% of Kent State Ashtabula Respiratory Therapy students in the Fall 2018 class have jobs waiting for them after they graduate. They are excited about their future and say the program at Kent State Ashtabula has been incredible.
“The Respiratory Therapy program at Kent State Ashtabula was impressive and prepared me extremely well for the job in the real world." - Jake Lines '15
Nursing Hosts Presentation on Care in Face of Opioids
Kent State University at Ashtabula, alongside Ashtabula County Medical Center, sponsored a free educational session for registered nurses and licensed practical nurses on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 at Robert S. Morrison Hall.