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(Clockwise) Mandy Munro-Stasiuk, interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; Robin Vande Zande, a professor at the School of Art; and Manfred van Dulmen, associate provost for academic affairs and dean of the Division of Graduate Studies discussed a proposed a name change for the Center for Comparative and Integrated Programs that was proposed at Mondays faculty senate meeting. The senate approved the revision for fall 2021.

School for Multidisciplinary Social Sciences and Humanities approved at Faculty Senate meeting Monday

Kent State’s Center for Comparative and Integrative Programs will undergo a name change and revision effective fall 2021, the Faculty Senate approves in Monday’s meeting.The center, a part of the university’s...

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Drew Angerer May 4, 2021

HAMPTON BAYS, NY - FEBRUARY 20: An NYPD officer arrives for the funeral service of fallen NYPD Detective Brian Simonsen at the Church of St. Rosalie, February 20, 2019 in Hampton Bays, New York. Thousands...

As the meeting was held on International Women’s Day, Tankersley invited all female-identifying meeting participants to turn on their cameras for recognition. “I want to especially recognize the amazing women of Kent State who change the world every single day through their scientific breakthroughs, their creations and innovations, their support of one another, instruction of students, their work and communities and agencies all to better our society,” Tankersley said. 

Faculty Senate brings updates on fall 2021 semester, class scheduling

University officials released plans and hopes to move to fully in-person classes and experiences as early as the spring of 2022, Senior Vice President and Provost Melody Tankersley said in the Faculty...

President Diacon takes the stand to share of his experience of finding out about coronavirus in Florence.

Amid coronavirus fears, Faculty Senate is thinking ahead

Wyatt Loy Reporter March 9, 2020

Professors, faculty senators and university vice presidents packed the rows of the Governance Chambers, all looking for answers to mounting concerns about COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus.At the...

Future changes to come to Kent Core program

Over the next few years, the Kent Core general education requirement will change and modernize to meet the needs of students. Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Mary Ann Haley said one...

Tenure, promotion, hiring policy dominates faculty senate meeting

Nicholas Hunter October 10, 2017

Faculty Senate turned attention to tenure acceptance and promotion policy at its October meeting Monday.Deborah Smith, the Senate chair and associate professor of philosophy, centered her remarks on clarifying...

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