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Journey to Ohio
This June, Kent Trumbull Theatre and Summer Stock present "Journey to Ohio," a play based on the journey of Margaret Van Horn Dwight from Connecticut to The Connecticut Western Reserve of Northeast Ohio. The play teaches the earliest periods of migration to this region as well as helps the audience better understand life in the early 1800s. The play is written and directed by Jim Canacci, associate lecturer, Kent State Trumbull.
When Brooklyn Bennett takes the stage at Packard Music Hall on Saturday, May 11, she will share her story, her hopes, and her dreams with Kent State University at Trumbull’s graduating class. However, her journey to graduation isn’t what most people would consider typical.
More than 40 students participated in this year's Student Showcase for Research, Scholarship, & Creativity. On April 15, students presented their faculty-mentored research projects, scholarly efforts, and creative works across many different disciplines. The top three students earned Kent State Trumbull scholarship awards.
Dean Lance Grahn Earns Community Star Award
Dr. Lance Grahn, Kent State University at Trumbull’s dean and chief administrative officer, was recently named as one of this year’s Community Star award recipients.
Grahn will receive the award on March 19 at the Community Star Award program, co-sponsored by the Tribune Chronicle and Trumbull 100. He is one of ten individuals from Trumbull County who will be recognized for going above and beyond in their volunteer efforts to make the community a better place.
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.