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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Josiah Murphy displaying research on the difficulty behind Chinese students pronunciation of English pronouns.

Art of teaching English as a second language

Caroline Henneman April 5, 2018

Though the College of Education, Health and Human Services hosts the majority of aspiring teachers on Kent's campus, the department of English provides a teaching program unlike that taught in White Hall.Teaching...

New summer course offered by the Women’s Studies Program

Caroline Henneman March 16, 2018

The Women’s Studies Program is now offering a specialized class discussing the impact of feminism movements Time’s Up and #MeToo for a portion of this upcoming summer semester.From June 11 to July...

Sony Ton-Aime teaches students how to use words to describe how they feel.

A man with a vision: Sony Ton-Aime

Caroline Henneman February 23, 2018

Kent State University’s Wick Poetry Center provides a creative outlet for the Akron refugee and immigrant community through its "Traveling Stanzas" project.North Hill, Akron, is home to a wide variety...

Summer Humanities Symposium in works

Aaron Corpora April 30, 2015

Kent State will host “Why the Humanities: Answers from the Cognitive and Neurosciences conference on the importance of the Humanities” July 9-12.The conference will welcome scholars and teachers from...

The new dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Kent state, James Blank, plans to tell the story of humanities through programs and conferences.

More Than a Blank Slate: New dean continues initiatives for humanities, student success

Audrey Fletcher January 11, 2015

For biologist James Blank, becoming a dean was never part of the plan: He came to Kent State not anticipating to stay here.More than 25 years later, Blank has moved from the faculty ranks to the director...

Campaign encourages awareness of humanities’ importance

Alyssa Schmitt November 20, 2014

The College of Arts and Sciences began a campaign to make parents and students aware of all that can be gained through studying a discipline of the humanities.David Odell-Scott, associate dean of the College...

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