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Kent State Geauga Alum Returns to Teach Middle School in Hometown
Whoever said, “You can never go home again” didn’t know Nathan Pilarczyk.
Within a span of five years, he graduated from his small hometown school in Orwell, went off to college at Ohio University, transferred to Kent State Geauga for his Middle Childhood Education degree, and now has come full circle to Grand Valley Middle School — not as a student this time, but as a teacher and coach.
Kent State Regional Academic Center Nursing Students Inducted to Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society of OADN
The Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Program at Kent State University Geauga and Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg celebrated academic excellence for four student honor society inductees on March 21, 2019.
Student Spotlight on Dominic Selvaggio at the Kent State Regional Academic Center
“It’s the best of both worlds; not a step-down!” Busting the myth that a regional campus college experience must be second-rate, Dominic Selvaggio has nothing but glowing praise for his experience at Kent State University Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg.
Kent State Geauga Awarded as Economic Development Generator by Geauga Growth Partnership
Kent State University Geauga Campus is being recognized as the 2019 recipient of the Geauga Growth Partnership’s Frank Samuel Distinguished Service Award for “relentless determination, diligence and dedication” and for making “significant contributions to enhance the value, quality, effectiveness, and stature of the Geauga Growth Partnership.”
Named for GGP’s founding president, this annual award recognizes prolonged service and outstanding achievement by a GGP member or organization which embodies the following:
New Program Pairs Struggling Middle Schoolers with Kent State Student Mentors
Extra help is here for struggling students who usually slip through the cracks and face uncertain futures after their elementary years. Rural students, in particular, face generational poverty, lack of role models, and insufficient academic preparation for success in college or at work. These patterns are evident at the Kent State regional campuses where 81 percent of students receive financial aid, and most require remediation to bring their academic skills up to college-level standards.