Kent State University at Trumbull student Scott Teffner received the E. "Ted" Bunn Award for Student Excellence as the winner of the 2015 AURCO Student Poster Competition on Saturday, April 18 at the AURCO Annual Conference held on the campus of Kent State University at Salem.
Kent State University at Trumbull senior Stacee Stinedurf was one of 10 women recently honored by the Kent State Women’s Center as part of the 2015 Sage Project.
Per the Women’s Center website, “the Sage Project stems from a mindfulness that as a Women’s Center and as an institution, we should be doing more to highlight the phenomenal female students who are part of Kent State University.
Kent State Trumbull is excited to announce two raffles in conjunction with Dr. Beverly Warren's Presidential Inauguration Week activities, with proceeds to benefit Akron Children’s Hospital Cancer wing!
The first raffle is for a Kent State Trumbull gift basket. Tickets for the gift basket are one ticket for $1, or six tickets for $5. The second raffle is for an iPad mini, with tickets priced at $5 each.
The Kent State University at Trumbull Library will host a Research, Scholarship & Creativity Day on Wednesday, April 15 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in the Lower Commons, located on the first floor of the Classroom Building.
Kent State University’s seven Regional Campuses will begin automatically awarding associate degrees to bachelor’s degree-seeking students who have completed all requirements for either an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science degree.
“They earned it, so we’re awarding the degree,” said Wanda Thomas, associate provost and dean of the Regional College. “Awarding an associate degree as soon as it is earned ensures that a Kent State regional student will have a college degree, even if something happens and they are unable to complete their bachelor’s degree program.”
“You look normal.”
“You don’t seem like you’re sick.”
“You’ve got what?”
Nicole Sandrella has heard it all when it comes to people’s responses when they learn that the Kent State University at Trumbull senior has multiple sclerosis.
Kent State University at Trumbull will host a trio of civic-minded fairs for students, faculty, staff, and the community at large, April 21-23.
Students, faculty and staff of Kent State Trumbull will have the opportunity to connect with a number of local non-profits agencies to learn about volunteer and internship opportunities available to them throughout the community at the Spring Volunteer Fair on Tuesday, April 21, 1-3 p.m., in the Classroom Building.
The goals of the fair are many, including:
It may be cold and snowy outside, but believe it or not, summer is right around the corner. You know what that means, right? Flip flops, warm, sandy beaches … and class! Wait, what?
That's right, registration for Summer 2015 begins on Monday, Feb. 23.
A foursome of Kent State University at Trumbull psychology students – Morgan Fee, Vincenzo Sabelli, Curtis Coulter, and Shannon Reep – will present their findings on whether personality traits are related to personal growth following a stressful event and whether personal growth, in turn, predicts better quality of life at the Eastern Psychological Association meeting, March 5-7 in Philadelphia.