The giving season has officially begun at Kent State University with a new monthlong campaign that kicked off Nov. 1 and will run until the official nationwide Giving Tuesday on Nov. 28, the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving.
“Kent State has participated in Giving Tuesday for the last four years, and each year it has grown and been more successful than the last,” says Danielle Hupp, associate director of annual giving at Kent State.
Career Exploration and Development has long helped with student employment and preparing for a post-graduation career. The office has now opened in a newly renovated space in the Schwartz Center with two other co-located departments: Academics Engagement and Degree Completion, and Experiential Education and Civic Engagement.
This triad of departments forms the Academic, Civic and Career Engagement Center. The staff want to work with students throughout their time at Kent State, helping them discover the career that’s right for them and creating a pathway to get there.
Kent State University’s Office of Experiential Education and Civic Engagement will host Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week from Nov. 13-18, partnering with different departments across campus to raise awareness through advocacy events, educational events and service opportunities.
At Kent State University, we are committed to ensuring the quality of our academic programs, our teaching and the learning experiences of our students. Student feedback on courses and their instructors is pivotal for helping to design courses and curriculum.
Flash Survey is Kent State’s end-of-course student survey for online courses.
Kent State University’s College of Aeronautics and Engineering is pleased to announce four upcoming workshops on drones. The first event will take place on Nov. 13, with a reception starting at 6 p.m. and conference from 7-9 p.m. in the Kent Student Center Kiva.