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Kent State University at Trumbull, located just north of the Route 5 bypass on State Route 45 in Warren, OH, offers programs at the freshman and sophomore level in 170 majors, along with 18 certificates and 15 associate degree programs, with junior/senior level coursework for baccalaureate degree completion in nursing, justice studies, technology, business management and English, as well as general studies and psychology degrees. The campus' Technology Building supports a variety of technology degree programs, including computer technology education, and the Workforce Development and Continuing Studies Center's program offerings include certification for professionals.

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4314 Mahoning Avenue NW<br />Warren, OH 44483
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330-847-0571
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4314 Mahoning Avenue NW<br />Warren, OH 44483
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Demonstration of Thai Music

On Friday, March 24, as part of the Niagara Chapter of the Society for Ethnomusicology's annual conference, Kent State University's Priwan Nanongkham will lead a performance and demonstration of traditional Thai music at Kent State University at Trumbull’s Auditorium.

Born in Thailand, Nanongkham is the director of Kent State's Thai Ensemble. He has been an adjunct professor of ethnomusicology at Kent State, teaching a variety of music courses including world music, since 2005.

Kent State Trumbull Hosts Demonstration of Thai Music

On Friday, March 24, as part of the Niagara Chapter of the Society for Ethnomusicology's annual conference, Kent State University's Priwan Nanongkham will lead a performance and demonstration of traditional Thai music at Kent State University at Trumbull’s Auditorium.

Born in Thailand, Nanongkham is the director of Kent State's Thai Ensemble. He has been an adjunct professor of ethnomusicology at Kent State, teaching a variety of music courses including world music, since 2005.

LINK Gallery Presents: Poetic Spaces by Christine Mauersberger

Christine Mauersberger is an artist who uses textiles, found materials, eco-dyeing and mark-making (both drawn and stitched) to create pieces that range from small and intimate to room-sized installations. Her work is featured in private and public collections, including Southwest General Hospital in Cleveland, and has been published in Slow Stitch: Mindful and Contemplative Textile Art and Second Skin: Choosing and Caring for Textiles and Clothing, and in the 2016 updated edition of The Encyclopedia of Embroidery Techniques as well as various print and online publications.

The Road Not Taken

Kent State University at Trumbull, the Kent State University at Trumbull Diversity in Action Council, and the Trumbull Career and Technical Center present “The Road Not Taken: High Math, High Tech, High Wage, High Impact Career Conference for Trumbull County Women” for sophomore girls from area schools.

The conference is designed to encourage young women to explore nontraditional careers in math, science and technology. Students chose lecture sessions based on STEM-related career interests. All presenters were successful women in their fields.

 

Kent State Trumbull’s Link Gallery Welcomes Cleveland-based Artist

Kent State University at Trumbull’s Link Gallery will present “Immutable Vapor,” an exhibition of paintings by Cleveland-based artist and Kent State alum Mark Keffer. The exhibit begins Jan. 23 and runs through Feb. 16.

Keffer earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Kent State in 1988 and then completed a Master of Fine Arts degree at Ohio State University.

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