Kent State University’s Board of Trustees celebrated the high quality of the university’s fall enrollment, a record number of degrees and certificates awarded and an impressive national ranking, while also approving a university budget that ensures all students continue to receive a world-class education.
Four Kent State University employees have been named 2017 “30 for the Future” award recipients by the Greater Akron Chamber. Kent State’s Theron Brown, assistant professor of jazz piano in the Hugh A. Glauser School of Music; Cason Brunt, director of student support services and academic diversity outreach in University College; Michael Kavulic, Ph.D., director of board operations and technology in the Office of the President; and Alicia Robinson, assistant director of the Women’s Center, received their awards Sept.
Project AWARE Kent will be offering an eight-hour Mental Health First-Aid course to students, faculty and staff in an effort to create a network of people at Kent State University who will know how to respond to and are aware of mental health and substance abuse disorders. The course is an evidence-based training that teaches people to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance-use disorders.
The Mental Health First-Aid course counts for two hours of Beyond Compliance Training (for faculty and staff) or 1,500 FLASHperks (for students).
Be part of the Homecoming tradition and enjoy a fun-filled week of events, including the Bowman Cup 5K Race, Homecoming Parade at 10 a.m. and football game against the Miami RedHawks. This year's Homecoming will feature 2003 British Open Champion Ben Curtis, ’03, and his wife, Candace, ’02, as Parade Grand Marshals.
Do you know phenomenal female-identifying students at Kent State University? Are you interested in recognizing their achievements on a campus level? If so, consider nominating them for the Sage Project!
The Sage project is a way to recognize female-identifying students who have taken their education and time at Kent State into their own hands and have found balance in following their path and making their mark at Kent State.
Online midterm grading for all fall 2017 lower-division undergraduate courses (levels 00000, 10000, 20000) meeting in the full term (Aug. 28, 2017, through Dec. 10, 2017) began Sept. 18 via FlashFAST. Please remember that midterm grading applies ONLY to courses that meet for the full semester.