FLASHES OF BRILLIANCE
Flashes Helping Flashes Take Flight
Instruments of the Late Charlie Wentz to be used in Ashtabula program.
Airplanes meant a lot to Charlie Wentz. An aerospace engineer, Wentz was always reaching for the sky as a pilot, flight instructor and a professor in Kent State University’s College of Aeronautics and Engineering. Now, flight instruments he once owned will be used in the airplane maintenance program being established by Kent State University at Ashtabula.
Spring 2021 President's and Dean's Lists Announced
Kent State University at Stark has announced its Dean’s List and President’s List for the spring 2021 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.
Worth the Climb: Never Too Late To Achieve Dreams
Non-traditional student and proud mom, Amanda Cox, graduates alongside sons.
It’s a Saturday morning in 1981. Sunbeams slowly trickle into a small family tent, covered in sparkling morning dew. The sounds of a campfire crackle in the ears of a then 7-year-old Amanda Cox. Yawning and wiping the sleep from her eyes, she unzips the tent, filling her lungs with the crisp, fresh air of a new day – the Rocky Mountain view just as glorious as the day before.
Daring to Dream: A Metamorphosis
First-generation, non-traditional college student Jennifer Daring, discusses her journey to an Environmental Studies degree.
The sun was setting over a little Stow neighborhood in 1995. Eight-year-old Jennifer Daring knew it meant she would have to go inside soon. That was her mother’s rule: be home by dusk.
But Daring was always pushing it.
'21 Graduate Sara Haidet Joins Innis Maggiore Team
The future is bright for this debt-free Flash!
While many young children dream of becoming an astronaut, a rock star or even a ballerina, Sara Haidet wasn’t drawn to such specific big dreams while growing up in the small town of Louisville. Still, her upbringing in this close-knit community paved the way for a growing desire to give back and help people from all walks of life.
Haidet discovered she fit right in at Kent State University at Stark, her Hometown University.
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.
Stark Campus Summer Operations Updates
Many offices and services are operating remotely through July 30.
The Library, Bookstore, Recreation & Wellness Center and Main Hall East Wing Computer Lab are open.
Student Services and the Academic Success Center are open with limited in-person services available.