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Senita Named Senior Program Director
Kent State University at Ashtabula Dean and Chief Administrative Officer Susan J. Stocker, Ph.D., recently named longtime nursing faculty member Julie Senita, Ph.D., as the campus’s Senior Program Director for Nursing and Allied Health. Senita had been serving as the interim director of the nursing program since August 2017.
Computer Students Have the "IT" Factor
Information Technology is one of the top three job markets in need of qualified professionals in Northeast Ohio (NEO), and Kent State Ashtabula can fill that void. Kent State Ashtabula has the total IT factor by offering students a comprehensive four-year degree program. Students can choose a traditional classroom setting or opt to earn their entire degree online, giving them maximum flexibility in their schedules, yet at the same time, have the counsel and expertise of the on-site professors available to them at all times.
Kent State Ashtabula Wines Releases New Ice Wine
Record low temperatures aren’t the only thing that has come to the region, as Kent State Ashtabula Wines is releasing its new wine, 17° (Seventeen Degrees), through its partnership with Laurello Vineyards. The new wine, an ice wine, joins the award-winning vintages in the label’s lineup.
Kent State Ashtabula Honors Memory of Slain Student with Scholarship
Kent State University at Ashtabula recently announced the establishment of a scholarship in memory of student Rand Aldulaimi. Aldulaimi was a Dean’s List student at Kent State Ashtabula who was killed on July 24, 2018.
AITP Group Named National Student Chapter of the Year
For the second time in five years, the Association for Information Technology Professionals (AITP) student group at Kent State Ashtabula has been recognized by the national professional organization as its “Outstanding Student Chapter of the Year.” The award was presented at the C