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The Office of Sexual and Relationship Violence and Support Services is the recipient of three grants to launch campuswide awareness and prevention initiatives surrounding sexual harassment and assault, relationship violence and stalking.The Office of Sexual and Relationship Violence and Support Services is located in the Williamson House on the Kent Campus.

Please be aware of changes to two administrative policies that went into effect March 1. The highlights of each policy are listed below:

Administrative policy regarding acquisition, inventory control, and sales or other disposal of capital assets (3342-5-12.3)

With more than 800 Kent State University faculty and staff already part of the On The Move Challenge, we have room for more and have extended the registration period, added a “refer a co-worker” incentive and encourage everyone to take a little time to invest inEmployees at Kent State University at Ashtabula get ready to move during last year's On the Move Challenge.

Beginning July 1, Kent State University will become a smoke-free, tobacco-free campus. The new policy is part of the university’s healthy campus initiative, Kent State of Wellness.

The Office of Sexual and Relationship Violence and Support Services is the recipient of three grants to launch campuswide awareness and prevention initiatives surrounding sexual harassment and assault, relationship violence and stalking.The Office of Sexual and Relationship Violence and Support Services is located in the Williamson House on the Kent Campus.

On March 9, two teams that formed during the Fashion/Tech Hackathon in January took top spots at the annual LaunchNET Kent State Idea Olympics competition. “Abeona, the total immersion jacket” took first place, while “Hermes, the helmet with brains,” took second place. Two other ideas, Popstyle and the Bean Bike, tied for third place, while GIFTY (Gestalting Youth) won the Social Enterprise award. 

The Kent Creativity Festival planning committee is seeking applications from those interested in participating in the second annual Kent Creativity Festival to be held on Saturday, Sept. 30. The inaugural event drew more than 2,000 attendees, and expectations are high for an even more successful event in 2017. This festival will again provide an opportunity for people of all ages and skill levels to come together and create, share and explore the making of all forms of art.