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66th Annual Scholastic Art Exhibition
Kent State University at Stark is host to the 66th Northeast Central Ohio Scholastic Art Exhibit and Awards Ceremony.
The exhibition features more than 400 pieces of artwork from middle and high school students, representing districts in Stark, Summit, Portage, Wayne, Tuscarawas and Medina counties.
66th Scholastic Art Awards & Exhibition
January 21 - 29, 2020
Fine Arts Building
Kent State Stark to Commemorate 50th Anniversary of May 4, 1970
The upcoming 50th May 4 commemoration in 2020 provides an opportunity for all to remember and honor the tragic events of May 4, 1970, that occurred on the Kent State University campus.
This year’s anniversary represents a significant and historic milestone, not only for the university, but for Stark County.
Fall 2019 President's & Dean's List Announced
Kent State University at Stark is pleased to announce the Fall 2019 President's and Dean's Lists.
The following students have been named to the Kent State Stark Dean’s List. Requirements for the Dean’s List include a 3.40 grade point average or above for the fall 2019 semester and at least 12 letter-graded (A, B, etc.) credit hours completed by the end of the semester. President’s List criteria are a 4.00 grade point and at least 15 letter-graded credit hours completed by the end of the semester.
Making It All Happen: Event Manager at Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce '18 Graduate
Sydney Cowles knows gridiron greatness is made in Stark County.
Sydney grew up just like many Stark County kids, with football Friday nights cheering for the hometown team. These days, her job takes her to the big leagues. It’s where she rubs elbows with the professional players who’ve made it to the ultimate stage: the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Last Dollar Scholarship Helped Student Battling Cancer Complete His Degree
Steven Smith faced the battle of his life. Diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in his mid-30s, Steven juggled cancer treatments, being a young father and completing the college coursework that he needed to earn his bachelor’s degree. And he was close. Close to beating cancer, close to Graduation Day.
Dreams of an Education Become Reality, Thanks to Last Dollar Scholarship
Rocks with jagged edges are no match for the hands of Annabelle Clawson. With a giggle and a firm grip, the gray ones, the red ones, the shiny and matte ones are scooped up in whatever the 4-year-old can muster, but mainly, her own two small hands.