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Kent State Stark and University of Rwanda Partner to Bring Global Experiences to Students and Faculty
Kent State University and the University of Rwanda have a new partnership that administrators say is connecting students, faculty and research across oceans.
Leaders from the University of Rwanda spent last week in Northeast Ohio for a series of in-person meetings with leaders from Kent State's Stark campus to finalize details on a new partnership that will eventually bring joint classes, international exchanges and research across multiple disciplines.
Stark Geology Club, GEODES, Creates Program for Local Elementary Students
Students in the Stark Geology club, GEODES, recently made a 20-minute video presentation about rocks for the 3rd-grade classes at Judith Resnick CLC of Akron Public Schools.
Help Students when Tragedy Strikes: Give to the Emergency Relief Fund
Kent State Stark senior Natalie James encourages all, ‘Your gift is helping others to pursue their dreams.'
A full tank of gas, groceries in the fridge and a mattress to sleep on might seem like simple things, but for some students it can make the biggest difference in their world. For senior psychology major Natalie James, a gas card meant she was no longer running on empty in more ways than one.
Nominate an Outstanding Professor at Kent State Stark
Outstanding professors have comprehensive knowledge of their fields, effectively and resourcefully organize and present material, and stimulate student thinking and understanding.
Students, alumni, faculty and staff are invited to submit nominations for such an outstanding professor at Kent State Stark.
Two Stark Campus Professors Receive the Alumni Association 2021 Distinguished Teaching Award
The 2021 Distinguished Teaching Award (DTA) recipients are an outstanding group of teachers who are truly dedicated to their students' success. Sponsored by the Kent State Alumni Association, the DTA is a highly prestigious honor in teaching.
Kent State Stark and Perry High School Educators Receive Grant for Summer Math Program
Sitting in her high school calculus class senior year, it all clicked for Ashley Meinke. Math was her passion.
Fast-forward to today, Meinke is in her 11th year teaching mathematics at Perry High School and is active with the school’s Math Club. She spends her days with top math students, teaching Honors Pre-Calculus and AP Calculus to upperclassmen.
New educational well field at Kent State Stark expands student opportunities and research.
It’s a sunny spring day at Kent State University at Stark – the perfect day to install an educational groundwater well field behind the campus’ Pond & Wetlands Research Area. And while contractors dig deep, science faculty know the groundbreaking will have an impact that’s limitless: real-world learning through hands-on experience.