English Professor Named Distinguished Honors Faculty Award Recipient
Elizabeth Howard, Ph.D., professor in the Department of English at Kent State University, has been named the 2016 recipient of the Distinguished Honors Faculty Award.
College can be a stressful time for students, and some even feel like they are on their own when navigating their grades and schoolwork. The Academic Success Center (ASC) at Kent State University is a resource for students seeking the tools necessary to reach their academic goals. All Kent State University students, including students of the Honors College, are welcome to take advantage of ASC and its offerings.
Emily Lippe, a junior nursing major at Kent State University, has challenged herself athletically and academically since an early age. Having taken advanced courses since she started school and playing softball since she was eight, Emily understands what it takes to have a student-athlete mindset. She employs those skills now more than ever as a student of the Honors College and the Kent State softball team.
Gracey Jarecke, a senior from Denver, Colorado, hones her athletic skills as a defensive specialist for the Kent State University women’s volleyball team. When she’s not making diving plays and serving aces, she focuses her time as a fashion design major with a minor in arts entrepreneurship, a member of Delta Gamma, and as a student of the Honors College.