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Jacqueline Kociubuk Each year the American Library Association selects student chapters who exemplify values of excellence, service and compliance while performing at a consistently high level, making a difference in the lives of their students. This year, Kent State’s ALA Student Chapter was selected as the runner-up for the...

Assistant Professor Aaron Bacue leads a training for part-time instructors and graduate students who will teach Introduction to Human Communication. After a year of renovations, Taylor Hall will reopen for classes on Monday, Aug. 28. The Schools of Communication Studies (COMM) and Visual Communication Design (VCD) share the space in the modernized, four-floor building. The May 4 Visitors Center also calls Taylor Hall home and will reopen with normal hours on Sept. 5. The School of Digital...

Assistant Professor Aaron Bacue leads a training for part-time instructors and graduate students who will teach Introduction to Human Communication. School of Communication Studies assistant professor, Suzy D’Enbeau and graduate student, Daniel Socha will be recognized with Top Paper awards from the National Communication Association (NCA). The award recipients will be awarded at the NCA Annual Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. D’Enbeau will receive the Top Paper Award in...

Assistant Professor Aaron Bacue leads a training for part-time instructors and graduate students who will teach Introduction to Human Communication. Bill Kelvin, a third-year Ph.D. student within the College of Communication and Information recently participated in the 31st annual Kent State University Graduate Student Symposium and received Most Outstanding Presentation in the Human Behavior Panel. Kelvin presented his research: Quiet champions or energy wasting nags? Interpersonal advocacy of...

all graduate student award recipients pose together The School of Communication Studies hosted its annual Graduate Student Recognition Reception on April 8 at the Patton House in Kent. The accomplishments of the graduate students were recognized with a presentation of awards for scholarship, teaching and achievement. “This event is an opportunity to celebrate the outstanding achievements of our...

The School of Communication Studies will host its fall Colloquium Series beginning Friday, Sept. 4. Each semester, the school hosts the series which consists of three to four lectures presented by faculty and graduate students from the school, the university and around the country. The series provides an opportunity for faculty and graduate...

Kent State University’s College of Education, Health and Human Services welcomes its second class of the Summer Experience for Emerging Diverse Scholars (SEEDS) program on June 17. The SEEDS program promotes graduate education within the college to prospective graduate students of diverse backgrounds, specifically African-American, Latino...

Artwork Sample Shows Comic Book Characters Update: The Kent State University School of Visual Communication Design program prepares its students to take on all kinds of challenges -- even screaming fans at the San Diego Comic-Con International! ‪#‎VCDKent‬ student Chad Lewis (third from left) of Chad Lewis Illustration signs copies of his Marvel x Adobe Students ‪#‎Avengers‬...

Artwork Sample Shows Comic Book Characters Graduate students from Kent State University’s Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, the combined home of the urban design graduate program and the public service activities of the College of Architecture and Environmental Design, won the Excellence in Student Planning Award from the American Planning Association of Ohio (APA-Ohio) on Sept. 27. ...

Artwork Sample Shows Comic Book Characters The Department of Psychological Sciences  has once again placed all 13 of its Clinical Psychology graduate students who applied for internships at APA-accredited sites this summer.  According to Psychology Department Chair Maria Zaragoza, Ph.D., nationally, the match rate to all internship sites was 80%, and the match rate to American...