Kent State University at Tuscarawas is announcing the signing of an Indian Valley High School graduating senior to their cross country team. On April 28, Kim Nichols signed a Letter of Intent to run for the Kent State Tuscarawas Golden Eagles Cross Country Team.
Nichols was a two-year letter winner for the Braves and was an integral part of Indian Valley’s regional qualifying cross country team in 2016. She plans to major in athletic training in college.
Kent State University at Tuscarawas is announcing the signing of a Dover High School graduating senior to their cross country and track & field teams. On April 27, Garrett Bradley signed a Letter of Intent to run for the Kent State Tuscarawas Golden Eagles cross country and track & field teams.
Dr. David Hurd will present “Eclipse Mania – Are you prepared?” at Kent State Tuscarawas May 5 at 6 p.m. in Founders Hall Auditorium. The presentation will explore the intrigue of eclipses and the basics behind them. The event is free and open to the public.
Kent State University at Tuscarawas is announcing the signing of a River View High School graduating senior to their golf team. On April 26, Jake Moore signed a Letter of Intent to play for the Kent State Tuscarawas Golden Eagles Golf Team.
Two students received Best in Show honors as well as winning the Dean’s Choice Awards during the April 20 Kent State University at Tuscarawas 13th annual Student Computer Designed Art Exhibition. The art expo was held at the Tuscarawas County Center for the Arts in New Philadelphia.
Global Education Opportunities Continue to Grow at Kent State Stark
It’s one thing to get to visit a location new to you. It’s another to explore your academic field in a different nation. Studying abroad is one of the most exciting, invigorating and challenging things you can do while in college.
Zachary Cino, center, is pictured (left to right) with Sarah Schmidt, Dr. Bathi Kasturiarachi, Dr. Denise Seachrist and Dr. Chris Post.
Denise A. Seachrist, Ph.D., dean and chief administrative officer of Kent State University at Stark, recently announced five faculty members have achieved promotion and tenure, effective at the beginning of the 2017-18 academic year. Two faculty have been promoted in rank.
Kent State Stark faculty promoted to the rank of associate professor with tenure are as follows:
Nine new clever classes are featured in the 2017 College for Kids program to be held June 19-23 at Kent State University at Tuscarawas. A total of 16 youth enrichment classes will be offered during this 27th year of programming designed for students who were in grades kindergarten through sixth during the 2016-17 school year. The five-day session offers courses from 10 a.m. to noon and 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Campus earns designation for eighth consecutive year.
A celebration of the earth’s natural resources provides the perfect backdrop to honor Kent State University at Stark as a 2016 Tree Campus USA®. The Arbor Day Foundation and Ohio Division of Natural Resources (ODNR) will formally recognize Kent State Stark for its dedication to campus forestry management and environmental stewardship at the campus’s Earth Day 2017 Celebration on Sunday, April 23 at 2:20 p.m.
Kent State Stark earns Tree Campus USA designation for eighth consecutive year.
On April 19 at the Twenty-Fifth Annual English Department Student Award Ceremony, Twinsburg student Asjaea Troutman was awarded first place in the Bedford St. Martin's College Writing Essay Contest. The award is given to the top essay written in English 11011 by a student enrolled on any of Kent's eight campuses. Asjaea won the contest for her essay, "Trucks are Not Just for Boys," which she wrote in Prof. Mahli Mechenbier's 11011 class in fall 2016.