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Kent State Ashtabula Welcomes Scientists of All Ages for National Chemistry Week Event on Oct. 8th
Kent State will feature over 25 free hands-on demonstrations and experiments for scientists of all ages at “Fabulous Fibers: The Chemistry of Fabrics”, a free community event for National Chemistry Week, on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2022 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. in Robert S. Morrison Hall (3300 Lake Road West).
Kent State Leads 13 Ohio Institutions in Supporting Intel by Launching Semiconductor-Focused Network
Kent State University, in response to a request from Intel®, will lead a network that includes 13 other Ohio higher education institutions now poised to prepare the workforce to make the small electronic devices that play a large role in our everyday lives.
Keefer Nominated for Distinguished Teaching Award
Kent State Ashtabula Associate Professor of History Bradley Keefer, Ph.D., was recently named one of ten finalists for the University’s most prestigious teaching honor, the Distinguished Teaching Award. The award is sponsored annually by the Kent State Alumni Association and is presented to three full-time faculty members who demonstrate extraordinary teaching in the classroom and the devotion to touching the lives of students.
Radiologic Technology Presents Annual Student Awards
The Kent State University at Ashtabula Radiologic Technology program recently presented its annual student awards to a pair of new graduates. Each year the program awards two deserving students in the graduating class with the Outstanding Student Award and the Outstanding Clinical Excellence award.
Kent State Helps Students Who Left College Without a Degree to Settle Their Debt and Continue Their Education
Kent State University is excited to be a part of the Ohio College Comeback Compact, an innovative program to help students who left college with debt but without a degree to continue their education. Kent State is collaborating with seven public colleges and universities in Northeast Ohio to reach out to these students and provide a path back to higher education while reducing or eliminating their debt.