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Faculty Senate discusses class scheduling, legitimacy of anonymous signatures and RCM model at first meeting

Megan Hermensky September 14, 2015

The Kent State University’s Faculty Senate had its first meeting Sept. 14, discussing several topics including the changes in class scheduling, the legitimacy of anonymous signatures, the RCM model and...

Board of Trustees increases 16-credit hour cap to 18, waits to set in-state tuition

Jimmy Miller and Emily Mills June 4, 2015

Kent State’s Board of Trustees voted to push the threshold of the credit hour cap from 16 to 18 credit hours and not raise undergraduate in-state tuition pending the release of the state budget in its...

Petition for no-confidence vote against provost introduced at Faculty Senate

Emily Mills May 12, 2015

A Kent State professor introduced a petition at Monday’s Faculty Senate meeting calling for a vote of no confidence against Provost Todd Diacon.The petition was created in response to Diacon’s vote...

Faculty Senate approves new major, changes to student dismissal process, post-secondary education

Jimmy Miller May 12, 2015

In its last meeting of 2015, Faculty Senate unanimously approved the creation of a Business Analytics major, lowered the GPA range for dismissal review and established a program to replace the Post-Secondary...

Faculty Senate addresses tenure and promotion concerns

Victoria Manenti April 13, 2015

Faculty Senate members discussed issues surrounding the university tenure and promotion process, approved two new Kent Core courses and elected new officers during their third meeting Monday.Todd Diacon,...

Letter to the editor: Remembering a formal KSU professor

George Garrison April 17, 2014

John Heflin, former department chairman in the College of Education, Health, and Human Services, transitioned April 11, 2014.  For many years, he taught at this institution and served with the utmost...

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