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Jacob Ottmer, percussionist Texas native Jacob Ottmer (BM '19) plans to pursue his Master of Music in Percussion Performance at the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music beginning in the Fall 2019 semester as a recipient of a significant Graduate Incentive Award. His teachers will include James Culley and Russell Burge. With a career spanning over 30 years,...

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Two women stand smiling at Kent State Dear alumni and friends, Earlier this month, we held the seventh annual Spirit of Women in Business Conference. The event was once again a great success, with more than 250 professional women and men in attendance and a dynamic lineup of speakers and panelists featured throughout the day.   Rita McGrath, Ph.D., professor at Columbia University's...

Two women stand smiling at Kent State College of Business Administration Designated Advanced PRME Signatory The Kent State University College of Business Administration recently demonstrated a commitment to sustainability by becoming an Advanced Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) signatory. The PRME initiative is the largest organized relationship between the...

A digital illustration of multi-colored heads with thought bubbles above each one. Career Services Office Connects Employers and Students with Job and Internship Opportunities The Kent State University College of Business Administration's Career Services Office (CSO) is bringing students and employers together for mutually beneficial networking opportunities. "The Career Services Office offers multiple touchpoints to connect...

A woman works on the computer intently, while chewing on a pencil. Kent State University’s College of Business Administration announces that beginning in Fall 2017, the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program will be offered online in addition to the full-time face-to-face program. One of a select number of AACSB Accredited schools to offer an accelerated Online MBA, the College will deliver the program...

College of Business Administration

As the Fall semester started, President Beverly Warren has endorsed a bold vision for the University's future. Her priorities include putting students first, advancing Kent State as nationally distinctive and distinguished, remaining globally competitive, boosting our regional impact and ensuring excellence in University stewardship. In support...