Week of Sept. 19, 2005

News
Experience Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Levine and the 2004 Wick Poetry Prize winner, Anele Rubin, reading from their poetry collections on Sept. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the Kent Student Center Kiva. The inaugural event of the 2005-06 Wick Poetry Series is free and open to the public.
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With the largest class in its four-year history, the Columbus Program in Intergovernmental Issues looks forward to another successful semester in Ohio’s capital.
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Across Kent State's eight campuses, major facility and infrastructure improvement projects are being administered by the Office of the University Architect.
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Before the U.S. Senate Committee on Heath, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) finishes a bill to provide federal aid and regulatory relief to businesses along the Gulf Coast, higher-education officials and lobbyists are asking the committee to remember colleges and universities when putting final touches on the relief package.
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Recent amendments to the Ohio Revised Code are changing the retirement plan status of full-time classified employees at all state universities.
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Briefs
  • Feel Great About Helping: Contribute to the Annual United Way Campaign
  • Spend a Night Under the Stars at the Kent State Planetarium
  • Entrepreneurial Academy Named Finalist for Northern Ohio Live’s Awards of Achievement
  • Constitution Day Features Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice

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New and Familiar Faces
Meet new face Betsy V. Boze, Dean, Kent State University Stark Campus.
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Meet familiar face Bill Merriman, Professor, Psychology.
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Contests
Did you know that the "Golden Flashes" name was submitted to a contest in 1926 by a Kent State student? Debra Lyons, exchange visitor program specialist, Center for International and Comparative Programs, did! Stayed tuned to e-Inside for more contests that test your knowledge of Kent State University!
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Message Boards
Make friends.  Save money.  Get to work on time.  Coordinate your drive to work with others on the Car Pools message board.
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