Every US presidential election is a global event. The domestic policy shifts a change in leadership invites may be complimented by new policies pursued overseas. How does Trump look in a global context? If Clinton wins, how might her policies differ from those Obama has pursued at home and abroad? What could a Trump or Clinton win mean for international conflicts and human rights advocacy? How do people in other countries view what is happening? What might the legacy of the Trump and Clinton campaigns be for U.S. elections to come? Come to an open roundtable to hear analysis from people who know.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted recently issued a joint proclamation recognizing the impact that employee-owned companies have on Ohio’s economy as well as the work of the Ohio Employee Ownership Center (OEOC) based at Kent State University, which requested the proclamation. The OEOC has served as a nonprofit outreach center providing support, resources and assistance to businesses since 1987.
Kent State University's Division of Graduate Studies recently announced a number of awards, scholarships, and fellowships to outstanding graduate students. This year, 17 students from the College of Arts & Sciences were recognized with these awards. Congratulations to the students and their advisors! Thank you to those who've nominated students and supported them in their academic and research pursuits!
Arts & Sciences graduate students that received awards for the 2022-2023 academic year included:
Congratulations to Political Science Professor Mark K. Cassell, Ph.D., who recently published an article and was interviewed by Mitteilungen, a publication focused on Germany’s banking system. The article discusses the central role of the publicly-held savings banks during economic and social crises including the refugee crisis in 2015 and the current Covid pandemic among other topics.