By Kate Schwanke
Kent State University’s Wick Poetry Center Reading Series will continue this month with a World Poetry Reading on Nov. 15 and a P. Scott Cunningham and Frank Báez Poetry Reading on Nov. 16.
Kent State international students, staff and faculty members from 15 countries will come together to share poems from their own cultures.
Kent State University is hosting a Big Dream Gathering and everyone is invited – Kent State students, faculty, staff and people in the surrounding community. These events have been taking place around the country, and they provide a fun, safe and encouraging environment for people to think about their big dreams and ideas, write them down and then get help to make those dreams a reality.
The School of Library and Information Science, along with the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, is offering a study-abroad opportunity in CUBA!
If you are interested in exploring new cultures, and particularly learning more about young people and how they consume culture in another country compared to the U.S., this class is for you.
This four-week open learning course is scheduled for Intersession 2017 (May 15-June 10, 2017). The course is online for three weeks and includes one week of travel in Cuba (May 29-June 3, 2017).