Kent State University football player Jordan Italiano, a senior safety from Canfield, Ohio, has been selected by the National Football Foundation as a 2015 National Scholar-Athlete and finalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy presented by Fidelity Investments. Italiano is the first Kent State player to earn the honor.
All were invited to come and honor America’s veterans as Kent State University held its annual Veterans Day observance. This year’s program, “Honoring All Who Serve,” took place on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 11 a.m. on the Student Green at Risman Plaza.
Susan Stryker, Ph.D., one of the leading voices in the field of transgender studies, will present Trans* (In My) Life, as the first Lecture on the Study of Gender and Sexuality at Kent State University. The talk will be in the Kent Student Center Kiva on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Sherwin-Williams, in partnership with Kent State University’s Blackstone LaunchPad program, is sponsoring “Innov8athon IV: Innov8 Paint!” in order to “hack the painting process” and promote entrepreneurial thinking, creative prototyping and interdisciplinary collaboration among students in Northeast Ohio.
All are invited to come and honor America’s veterans as Kent State University holds its annual Veterans Day observance. This year’s program, “Honoring All Who Serve,” will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 11 a.m. on the Student Green at Risman Plaza.
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Scholar of the Month
College of Architecture and Environmental Design
Brian Peters is an assistant professor in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design. His research and teaching focuses on digital technologies in architectural design, including digital fabrication, parametric design and 3D printing.
Kent State University’s Dining Services has made various updates to its markets and cafés on campus in response to students’ needs. These updates range from clearer labeling of menus to helping students with food allergies to encouraging students to explore their culinary options.
There are different symbols diners can use to identify the contents of items on menus in the dining halls and the markets.
The Kent State University College of Public Health has received accreditation from the Board of Councilors of the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). The fiveyear span is the maximum term the college could have achieved as a first-time applicant.
To earn the accreditation, the college met a set of rigorous quality standards in the areas of teaching, research, and service. Accreditation also affirms that the faculty of the college are highly qualified to equip students with the knowledge and skills to succeed in a health career.