Being in the right place at the right time couldn't be truer for Howland High School graduate Kayliegh Crumb.
Crumb, a broadcast journalism major, recently completed her third year at Kent State and an internship at State and Federal Communications, located in Akron, OH. The internship came about from a scholarship she earned in 2016. The Elizabeth Z. Bartz Scholarship for Howland Tigers was created earlier that year by Bartz, a Howland graduate and President and CEO of State and Federal Communications.
This June, Kent Trumbull Theatre and Summer Stock present "Journey to Ohio," a play based on the journey of Margaret Van Horn Dwight from Connecticut to The Connecticut Western Reserve of Northeast Ohio. The play teaches the earliest periods of migration to this region as well as helps the audience better understand life in the early 1800s. The play is written and directed by Jim Canacci, associate lecturer, Kent State Trumbull.
When Brooklyn Bennett takes the stage at Packard Music Hall on Saturday, May 11, she will share her story, her hopes, and her dreams with Kent State University at Trumbull’s graduating class. However, her journey to graduation isn’t what most people would consider typical.
What were you wearing?
This question has been asked of many survivors of sexual assault. All week, Kent State University at Trumbull is displaying its own "What were you wearing?" exhibit in its Lower Commons.
The exhibit, which started in 2014 at the University of Arkansas, was inspired by Dr. Mary Simmerling’s poem, “What Was I Wearing?” Similar exhibits are housed each year all over the United States and in other countries.
More than 40 students participated in this year's Student Showcase for Research, Scholarship, & Creativity. On April 15, students presented their faculty-mentored research projects, scholarly efforts, and creative works across many different disciplines. The top three students earned Kent State Trumbull scholarship awards.
Kent State University at Trumbull proudly announces Stephanie Smith as its 2019 Spring Commencement speaker. Smith is an assistant professor in Kent State’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication. The ceremony will be held in the evening on Saturday, May 11 in Packard Music Hall, 1703 Mahoning Ave. in Warren.
Kent State University at Trumbull is providing scholarships to send five of its students to study in Poland this spring break. The experience will introduce students to the Holocaust as it occurred in Poland from varying points of view, represented by survivors, films, art, and museum exhibits.
The students are Sabrina Barnhart (Bloomfield), Brooklyn Bennett (LaBrae), Brendy Hixon (Southeast), Melissa Kuneli (home schooling), Hannah Sisler (Champion). They will join 20 students from Kent State's campus and four students from Kent State's Florence (Italy) Center.
Dr. Lance Grahn, Kent State University at Trumbull’s dean and chief administrative officer, was recently named as one of this year’s Community Star award recipients.
Grahn will receive the award on March 19 at the Community Star Award program, co-sponsored by the Tribune Chronicle and Trumbull 100. He is one of ten individuals from Trumbull County who will be recognized for going above and beyond in their volunteer efforts to make the community a better place.
Who is running the event?
The event was conceived by Kent State Trumbull Esports Team under faculty leadership. Team members, with the support of Kent State Trumbull personnel, are donating their time and effort to organize the event.
What are the start and check-in times for the tournament?
This is subject to change between now and when registration closes, but the tentative schedule is:
Check-in begins at 9 am
First games start at 10 am
Estimated finals times are between 6-9 pm