For nearly 110 years, Mercy Health has addressed the growing needs of the Mahoning Valley, which includes the city of Warren and its surrounding communities. Mercy Health has been evaluating ways to meet the increasing healthcare needs of those living in Trumbull County, delivering on its promise of providing care when and where people live and work.
(Warren, OH) The Animal Welfare League (AWL) of Trumbull County and Kent State University at Trumbull are teaming up in October to find homes for sheltered dogs and cats.
The Adopt-A-Dog (or Cat) social media campaign will feature a different dog or cat each day. Animal photos will be posted on Facebook and Instagram.
Kent State University at Trumbull will become home to a Siffrin Academy to help people with disabilities transition from high school to jobs or advanced education programs.
Dan Palmer, Ph.D., interim dean and chief administrative officer, Kent State Trumbull, and Brad Vincent, Siffrin chief executive officer, recently signed a formal agreement to use utilize a classroom and office on campus.
I hope that you and your family enjoyed your summer and are doing well as we head into fall. The semester is well underway, and we cautiously anticipate an uninterrupted fall.
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 Fall 2019 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 of 4.00 and must have completed 15 or more letter-graded credit hours (A, B, etc.) by the end of that semester.
Kent State Trumbull runner makes strides to help her community
Whether she's running over rugged terrain or running her own business, 2020 Howland High School graduate, Elenie McNally, looks to make a difference.
McNally is committed to Kent State Trumbull this fall and plans to major in Criminology and Justice Studies and run for its cross country team. Meanwhile, she has taken advantage of her time at home to turn a hobby into a business and a way to raise money for Howland Schools' Paw Pantry.
By Allie Vugrincic, Reporter
Nonprofit Rock4Reason is thinking of local cancer patients during the pandemic and has decided to support them by donating 50 stress-relief bags to the Hope Center for Cancer Care.
“People are already stressed out, and for those folks who are going through treatment, it is probably even more stressful for them,” Rock4Reason co-founder Frank Lindsay said.
Even before the coronavirus crisis up-ended daily life, college students were already juggling critical demands on their time, careers and finances. Any interruption in their study-work-life balance could threaten their stability. COVID-19 has proven to be that sudden and severe disturbance and now scores of students are experiencing serious setbacks. Fortunately, Kent State University has established the Pay it Flash Forward Emergency Fund.
To all of our new and returning students, welcome to Kent State University at Trumbull! Like you, we are anxious to get back to normal, return to a robust campus life, and resume many of the activities that enrich your college experience. We know that because of the ongoing COVID-19 situation, this semester will be somewhat different than usual. However, you have chosen to make the most of this fall. In turn, we promise to help you along the way and support you as you move forward. Flashes always take care of Flashes!
Unprecedented challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic necessitate a change in approach to Kent State University’s admissions process to ensure student access and success.
“We recognize that COVID-19 has disrupted the college enrollment process for our prospective students and K-12 educational partners,” said Sean Broghammer, Ph.D., associate vice president for enrollment management/admissions at Kent State. “Therefore, we have worked to simplify our admissions process beginning with the 2020 Fall Semester.”
For fall 2020 applicants, Kent State University at Stark will: