FLASHES OF BRILLIANCE
Leaving a Legacy: Kent State Stark Deans Give to Connect Campus to Loved Ones
After school, the behemoth of a piano loomed large, yet its black and white ivories still called to the little girl whose feet could barely reach its pedals.
And for the boy who grew up in a household brimming with books, burying his nose in them set the tone early: never stop learning.
Fall 2020 President's and Dean's Lists Announced
Kent State University at Stark has announced its Dean’s List and President’s List for the fall 2020 semester.
The following students have been named to the Kent State Stark Dean’s List. Those students designated with a star (*) have been named to the Kent State University President’s List.
Black History Month Observance at Kent State Stark
The Kent State Stark Black History Committee's observance of Black History Month will be spotlighting the achievements of African-Americans from various fields and disciplines.
Launch a Virtual Campus Tour
Tour Your Hometown University from the comfort and safety of your own home. Kent State University at Stark offers an endless amount of educational opportunities.
Learn more about what’s possible through this interactive and immersive experience.
Auditor of State Keith Faber and Kent State Stark Announce Regional Office
Auditor of State Keith Faber’s Office and Kent State University are pleased to announce that the Auditor’s East Regional Office recently moved into space at Kent State University’s Stark Campus.
“This is an exciting move for our office for many reasons, especially the cost savings and opportunities for recruitment with Kent State students and community members,” said Auditor Faber.
Dean Seachrist agreed the move is a win-win for the campus and the state. “We are pleased to welcome the auditor’s East Regional Office to our beautiful Conference Center,” she said.
Graduation: A Light in the Darkness
Right now, many people are getting ready to celebrate the holidays and the coming new year – a welcome change and hopeful new start. At Kent State University at Stark, more than 140 students are preparing to graduate with their bachelor’s degrees – providing them with the keys to a brighter tomorrow.
One of those students is psychology senior Williemina Harmon. She knows education changes lives.