Harper: Using Literature to help students who hurt
A peer-reviewed article by SLIS Associate Professor Meghan Harper, Ph.D., titled “Using literature to help students who hurt,” has been published in Ohio Media Spectrum – Journal of the Ohio Educational Library Media Association (OELMA), 68(1), 45-57.
In 2018, Matthew Cornshaw-Arnold graduated from Kent State with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, crediting the degree with providing a philosophical approach to his studies.
After graduating, Cornshaw-Arnold completed an internship with Akron METRO and started a full-time position at the Republic Steel office in Canton, Ohio. Due to COVID-19, his position was short-lived but brought over a new opportunity.
The Scott O’Dell Award for Historical Fiction Selection Committee is thrilled to announce that the winner of the 2024 award is Bea and the New Deal Horse by L.M. Elliott.
Each year, the School of Information makes an effort to award scholarships to students with a variety of interests. Here are some of the awards and award winners who have received our acclaim for 2024.