On Friday, Sept. 23, Kent State University at Trumbull will host "Rendezvous in the Alley" to kick-off the first-ever Warren Homecoming. The event will be held in the afternoon at David Grohl Alley in downtown Warren.
Congratulations, Larry Simpson!
Inspiring Minds Summer Student of the Week
AGE: 12, 7th Grader at Jefferson PK-8
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Science
FAVORITE IM ACTIVITY: Track & Field
IM SUMMER GOAL: To not forget anything I learned in school.
MOST KNOWN FOR: Being a motivator!
I STAND OUT BECAUSE: “I am not like other people, I only follow myself.”
"The Greater Watauga County Annex’s 17th Annual Hollerin’ Contest"
Kent State University at Trumbull Summer Stock is pleased to announce production of Jonathan Fitts’ The Greater Watauga County Annex’s 17th Annual Hollerin’ Contest: Sponsored by Mabel Meriwether’s Blackberry Jam. This play, set in the Blue Mountains, is fun for the whole family! The play is directed by Jim Canacci, associate lecturer, Kent State University at Trumbull.
Kent State University at Trumbull proudly announces students who were named to either the President's or Dean's lists for their academic achievements during the Spring 2016 semester.
In recognition of an extremely high level of academic excellence, a President's List is compiled each academic semester. To qualify, students must have a grade point average in the semester of 4.00 and must have completed 15 or more letter-graded credit hours (A, B, etc.) by the end of that semester.
With more than 5,000 grantmaking organizations in Ohio, nonprofits and agencies should discover ample opportunities to fund programs and services. However, according to David Holmes, Cleveland Lead of Foundation Center Midwest, “Smaller organizations may overlook grants and foundations as a source of funding because the process can seem overwhelming. Grantseeking is really about making connections.”
Elizabeth Z. Bartz, President and CEO of State and Federal Communications, has provided a $30,000 endowment to Kent State University at Trumbull, in Warren, Ohio, to provide scholarships for graduating seniors from Howland High School.
Ms. Bartz graduated from Howland High School in Warren 40 years ago, and enrolled at the KSU Trumbull Campus that fall, where she attended for two years before completing her Journalism studies at the Kent State University main campus in Kent, Ohio in 1980.
On Friday, May 13, hundreds of family, friends and faculty filled Packard Music Hall to celebrate the graduation of more than 225 candidates at Kent State University at Trumbull’s Commencement. Special guests included Student Speaker, Nicole Sandrella; Commencement Speaker, Jennifer Roller; and Alumni Representative, Stephanie Smith, who is a Kent State professor and Community Advisory Board member for Kent State University at Trumbull.
On May 12, more than 200 faculty, friends, and family celebrated Kent State University at Trumbull’s 2016 Spring Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduates at the Convocation and Pinning Ceremony.
Congratulation to our graduates!
Gena Bassett, Seth, Bixel, Justin Cibik, Kendra Ellenberger, Karen Fisher, Tyler Furrie, Danielle Harper, Lindsey Hinton, Katrina Leonhard, Sara McGilbra, Tyler Morrall, Jessica Rogozan, Shawnda Summerlin, Maria Stumpo, and Valryi Tursack
Kent State University at Trumbull proudly announces Jennifer Roller, President of The Raymond John Wean Foundation, as its 2016 Spring Commencement speaker. Close to 100 of the more than 225 students graduating this spring will participate in the ceremony, which will be held Friday, May 13 at 6:00 p.m. in Packard Music Hall, 1703 Mahoning Ave. in Warren.
There were no footballs or basketballs. However, lights were bright and cameras were rolling as local high school seniors committed their future plans at Trumbull Career and Technical Center’s first “College Signing Day” on Tuesday morning, April 26.
“It’s an opportunity to highlight students who are planning for the future, whether its college, employment or military service,” said Jason Gray, Superintendent, Trumbull Career and Technical Center. “It’s important to take time to recognize their accomplishments.”