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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Office of Global Education partners with Tahini! for Foodways event celebrating International Education week

November 15, 2022

Kent State University is celebrating international education week. TV2 reporter Matt Mergen spoke to the office of Global Education on its partnership with on campus restaurant Tahini! about how it is...

Attendees at the first Cultural Cafe of the semester enjoyed cultural presentations and samples of authentic Mexican cuisine, Sept. 18, 2019. 

International Student and Scholar Services hosts first Cultural Cafe

Terry Lee III Diversity reporter September 18, 2019

Kent State’s Cultural Cafe has much more to offer than your average cafe.Hosted by the International Student and Scholar Services at the Office of Global Education, the presentations at the event focused...

“I Heart Travel Week” kicks off Monday in Student Center

Itzzy Leon February 8, 2016

Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Office of Global Education, and hosted by the International Programs and Education Abroad Office, “I Heart Travel Week’s” goal is for students...

Participants in the Run the World 5k on Saturday Sept. 12, 2015.

First Run the World 5K successful despite rainy day

Kaitlin Walker September 12, 2015

The first annual Run the World 5K took place on Saturday to raise money for future Kent State study abroad students.The race started in Risman Plaza. All participants received a T-shirt, finisher’s medal...

Students in the Upward Bound Florence program go sightseeing in Italy. The students are recently graduated high school seniors who are spending a month in Florence before starting as Kent State freshmen in the fall.

Upward Bound Florence Program gives students chance to study abroad before college

Alyse Rohloff June 25, 2015

When 18-year-old Raymar Chambers stepped off the plane in Florence, Italy, he said the first thing he thought was how beautiful it was. It was his first trip out of the United States in his adult life.Chambers,...

Ece Gogebakan reads the fortunes for a group of students by looking at the shapes and figures made by the leftover grounds of Turkish coffee at the Turkish fortune-telling event in White Hall on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014.

Turkish students explain fortunes, culture during International Education Week

Teahl Rice November 20, 2014

Turkish students read fortunes from coffee grounds as part of Kent State’s International Education Week celebration Thursday morning in room 200 of White Hall.Evren Koptur, a graduate educational psychology...

New software system aims to help students study abroad

Jenna Francis July 18, 2014

Kent State global education officials hope the software system, Terra Dotta, will make the process of studying abroad easier for students. The new system will be available for use fall of 2014. Ediz Kaykayoglu,...

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