Profiles of Excellence in Action

Douglas Kline’s 20 years of teaching experience has provided him with some memorable and rewarding moments at Kent State. His dedication to students, collaborations with colleagues and enthusiasm for teaching earned him one of this year’s Distinguished Teaching Awards.
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Perspective on...

Faculty scholarship is a vital aspect of a university’s success. This year, we’ve experienced many examples of this type of excellence in action at Kent State University. Recognizing those faculty members for their investigations into some of the newest and most exciting research and academic pursuits in their fields is important.
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Human Resources Wants to Hear From You During Assessment Process

In the spirit of continuous improvement, and in keeping with President Lester A. Lefton’s declaration of the “Year of Yes,” the Division of Human Resources has asked external consultants to conduct an extensive assessment of the division’s performance in its core function areas.
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Kent State at Tuscarawas Engineering, Design Students Make Black Squirrel Statues a Reality

When the Kent State University Centennial Committee decided to include the university’s unofficial mascot, the black squirrel, in the Centennial festivities, it looked to the unique design talents of Kent State at Tuscarawas students to develop a statue of the furry occupant of the Kent Campus.
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Holiday Schedule Record-Keeping Update

United Way Campaign Extended to Dec. 18

Week of Dec. 7, 2009

 

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