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For the 10th consecutive time, Kent State has earned the 2019-2020 Military Friendly School designation for its Kent Campus. Military Friendly rates companies and colleges on their programs to recruit and retain military veterans as employees and students.
Walk and Talk with a Nurse’ Program
Nursing students at Kent State Trumbull are putting their best foot forward, hoping to promote healthy lifestyles in the Mahoning Valley.
Members of Kent State Trumbull’s Student Nurses Association recently launched the ”Walk and Talk with a Nurse” program at the Niles Wellness Center. From 9-11 am on the second and fourth Monday of every month, students will join members of the Wellness Center to participate in a variety of physical activities. During the activities, members are encouraged to talk and ask questions about health and activity.
Fall 2018 President's and Dean's Lists
Kent State University at Trumbull proudly announces students who were named to either the President's or Dean's lists for their academic achievements during the Fall 2018 semester.
In recognition of an extremely high level of academic excellence, a President's List is compiled each academic semester. To qualify, students must have a grade point average of 4.00 and must have completed 15 or more letter-graded credit hours (A, B, etc.) by the end of that semester.
Twenty Under 20 Winners
Young people honored for service
John F. Kennedy High School senior Gannon Fridley said he was “totally surprised” when he was named this year’s top Twenty Under 20 on Tuesday and plans to donate the $500 award he received to Earth Angel Farms, where he volunteers.
Junior Achievement Volunteer Award
Junior Achievement of the Mahoning Valley’s has named Kent State University at Trumbull its 2018 Volunteer Organization of the Year.
Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs and Junior Achievement of Mahoning Valley board member, Dr. Dan Palmer, accepted the award at Junior Achievement's annual Recognition Breakfast.
“This is a rewarding partnership,” said Palmer. “We enjoy working with the students to teach them skills that will hopefully help them make connections between what they learn in the classroom and life skills they will need to know to prosper.”