By Features Editor: Burton Cole From Tribune Chronicle, http://www.tribtoday.com/news/local-news/2017/12/young-leaders-shine-bri...
Kent State Trumbull News
No one thought becoming a nurse was easy. Classes and clinical work are time consuming and challenging. Kent State University at Trumbull nursing students take their education to another level as they learn how to care for patients as well as the community.
Kent State University at Trumbull's Concert Series continues on Thursday, Nov. 16 with a performance by classical musicians, Mio Arai (piano) and Daniel Kaler (cello).
Pianist Mio Arai, currently resides in Cleveland, where she performs with a wide range of musicians and ensembles in the Northeast Ohio region. A native of Kanagawa, Japan, Mio began studying piano at the age of four. While her career began as a solo performer, she has found her true passion in working as a collaborative pianist.
The Student Nurses’ Association at Kent State University Trumbull is teaming up with Trumbull Memorial Hospital to teach new parents safe sleeping habits for their infants.
The student nurses presented the hospital with more than a dozen "safe sleep sacks" to use on babies and model how to put them in cribs without blankets, bumpers and toys.
The sacks are wearable blankets that keep the baby warm without covering the face and interfering with breathing.
On Oct. 18, students and faculty from Kent State University Trumbull’s nursing program presented Sleep Sacks ™ for newborns at Trumbull Memorial Hospital.
Over the last year, Kent State Trumbull and its nursing faculty have focused on ways they could promote sleep safety in an effort to reduce the region’s infant mortality rate (IMR).
Kent State Trumbull Celebrates Students and Announces Scholarships for Twenty Under 20 Award Winners
(Warren, OH) Tonight, Kent State University at Trumbull will recognize students who earned President’s and Dean’s lists, are a part of the Honors Program and/or received scholarship. The Celebration of Academic Excellence will be held 6 -8 p.m. in the Kent State Trumbull Auditorium, located in the Classroom/Administration Building, 4314 Mahoning Ave. N.W. in Warren.
Kent State University at Trumbull and Kent State Trumbull Theatre are looking for actors for an upcoming production, “ANOTHER Christmas Carol.”
The play will be performed Dec. 1-3 and 8-10. In the theatre’s third joint deaf/hearing play production, deaf and hearing actors (signers and speakers) are encouraged to try out. (Audience members who are signing-impaired will be able to follow the play through the speakers’ performance and those who are hearing-impaired will be able to follow the play through the signers’ performance.)
On Wednesday, Sept. 6, Master Sergeant Troy Eckenrode and his wife and Kent State University at Trumbull staff member, Maribeth Eckenrode, presented the campus with the Flag of our country, “Old Glory.”
The flag was originally flown on Nov. 5, 2016, aboard a C-130H in the face of the enemy during a combat mission against ISIS forces in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. It was on board aircraft 90-9108, call sign Bandage 32, operating over the skies of Iraq.
Kent State Trumbull's LINK Gallery features Cleveland-based artist Rachel Krislov, Sept. 11-Oct. 12
(Warren, OH) Beginning Monday, Sept. 11, Kent State University at Trumbull and its LINK Gallery present “Rootage,” an installation of works on paper by Cleveland-based artist Rachel Krislov.
What can you do with that endless supply of zucchini? On Tuesday, August 8, otherwise known as “National Sneak Some Zucchini Onto Your Neighbor's Porch Day,” Kent State University at Trumbull, Warren Family Mission and Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley are asking local growers with an abundance of zucchini and other produce to donate their bounties to local families in need.