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Students Experience Chinese Culture and Business Practices

Students enrolled in the Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program took their classroom abroad when they traveled to China as part of their studies on global business.

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Week of Aug. 29, 2011

Summa Health Executive Named Kent State President’s Ambassador

The President’s Ambassador for Kent State University for this academic year is Roxia B. Boykin, Summa Health System’s vice president, Community Benefit and Diversity. Boykin’s appointment to this one-year advisory and action role begins in September 2011.

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Kent State Partners With Elementary Students and Historical Society on GeoHistorian Project

Kent State University’s Research Center for Educational Technology collaborated with fifth-grade students at Walls Elementary School and the Kent Historical Society to share the history of 11 Kent city landmarks through digital storytelling.

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My Experience at Kent State

Recent graduates from Kent State share their college experiences, and offer advice to current students.

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Kent State University at Stark presents the 2011–12 Featured Speakers Series

Kent State University at Stark proudly kicks off the 21st season of the popular Featured Speakers Series with another lineup of exciting speakers. Each season, nearly 2,500 campus and community members take advantage of a rare opportunity to be introduced to national and international experts on a wide range of topics and issues that shape our society, including Bill Nye the Science Guy (pictured).

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Kent State Department of Sociology Dedicates Dr. James T. Laing Memorial Conference Room

To pay tribute to his father and provide a permanent legacy, Kent State University alumnus Tom Laing, ’55, ’56, and his wife, Barbara, made a recent gift to name the conference room in the Department of Sociology in memory of Dr. James T. Laing, the first chair of the department.

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