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Kent Wired

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Learning foreign language through immersion

Erica Batyko December 4, 2014

Have you ever taken a wrong turn and felt completely lost and confused? Being immersed in a foreign language can feel the same way. You find yourself in a new country with a different culture and you can’t...

Graduate Studies developing online master’s programs to benefit future students

Erica Batyko November 23, 2014

Graduate Studies introduced master’s programs in Public Administration, User Experience Design and Criminology and Criminal Justice this semester. Deborah Huntsman, associate vice president of Continuing...

University of California, Berkley professor Kim Shelton speaks on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014 in Bowman Hall about her archeological dig at the Petsas House in ancient Mycenae, modern day Greece, and the artifacts discovered at the site.

Archaeologist presents ancient Greek discoveries

Erica Batyko November 14, 2014

The ancient Greek archaeology site of Mycenae was the topic of discussion Thursday night.The speaker, Kim Shelton, is part of a national lecture circuit sponsored by the Archaeological Institute of America....

Archaeology department hosts lecture

Erica Batyko November 12, 2014

The Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies will host a speaker on archaeological finds in Mycenae, Greece on Nov. 13.The speaker, Kim Shelton, is an archaeologists and professor from the University...

Robert Walker, director of the School of Digital Sciences, presents important faculty during the School of Digital Sciences third birthday party Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014.

School of Digital Sciences celebrates third birthday

Erica Batyko October 30, 2014

The School of Digital Sciences celebrated its third birthday with a party for faculty and staff Oct. 30.Robert Walker, director of the School of Digital Sciences, said the school hosts the party every...

Junior applied communications major Megan Carrasco was elected as the senator-at-large for USG on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014.

USG approves new senator-at-large

Erica Batyko October 30, 2014

Undergraduate Student Government approved Megan Carrasco as the new senator-at-large during its Oct. 29 meeting.Carrasco is a junior applied communications major with minors in Spanish and public relations....

Recruitment leads to record-breaking classes

Erica Batyko September 25, 2014

Kent State’s recruitment efforts led to the third largest class in university history.The class of 2018 has 4,245 students and the highest incoming GPA, according to the university census.The Admissions...

KSU online class enrollment reaches record high

Erica Batyko September 14, 2014

Kent State’s online class enrollment has reached a record high with more than 40 percent of students registered for distance learning this semester.More than 16,000 students are registered for online...

New respiratory care major to be offered at the Ashtabula campus

Erica Batyko September 9, 2014

The Faculty Senate voted to create a new major in respiratory care at their meeting Monday night. The new major will be added to the Kent State Ashtabula campus fall 2015.The two-year online program is...

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