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Virginia Dressler and Cindy Kristof, University Libraries, presented “The Right to be Forgotten and Digital Collections: Surveying Practice and Policy at ARL Member Institutions” at the Information Freedom, Ethics and Integrity, NISO Virtual Conference on April 18, 2018.
Lae'l Hughes-Watkins, University Libraries, presented “Archives of Change” at the National Forum on Ethics in Web Archiving in New York on March 23, 2018.
Haithem Zourrig, assistant professor in the Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship at Kent State University at Stark, has received a Best Paper Award in the “Global and Cross-Cultural Marketing” track, from the Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators (ACME) during its conference on March 7-10, 2018, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The paper is titled “Changes in Refugees’ Consumption Patterns and Well-Being: A Theoretical Framework and Implications for Service Providers."
Robin Vande Zande, School of Art, received three National Art Education Awards from the National Art Education Association (NAEA) for outstanding achievement in the field of art and design education.  
Haithem Zourrig, Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Kent State Stark, presented “A Value-based Pricing Simulation Game for Entrepreneurship and Business Students” at the 45th Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators (ACME) conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on March 7, 2018.


Peter C. Kratcoski, Sr., Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology, and Maxmilian Edelbacher, edited Perspectives on Elderly Crime and Victimization, 1st Ed., (Cham, Switzerland: Springer), (2018), 272 pages.  
Chris Venable, College of Communication and Information, authored "Philosopher-Kings and Academic Advisers: Learning From The Republic," in The Mentor: Innovative Scholarship on Academic Advising, Junhow Wei and Janet Schulenberg (Eds.), Vol. 20, (2018): 3-11.
Richard (Rick) Feinberg, Department of Anthropology, authored, “The Future of a Polynesian Chiefdom in a Globalising World” in Change and Continuity in the Pacific: Revisiting the Region, 1st ed., (London and New York: Routledge) John Connell and Helen Lee (Eds.), (2018), 136-150.
Tamara L. Honesty, School of Theatre and Dance, and Karestin Harrison, authored The Fake Food Cookbook: Props You Can't Eat for Theatre, Film, and TV, 1st Ed., New York, NY: Routledge, (2018).  
Richard (Rick) Feinberg, Department of Anthropology, authored Polynesian Oral Traditions: Indigenous Texts and English Translations from Anuta, Solomon Islands, 1st ed., Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, (2018) 1-294.