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Planting SEEDS for advanced degrees

Julia Sprowls April 29, 2014

The College of Education, Health and Human Services at Kent State will conduct its first Summer Experience for Emerging Diverse Scholars, or SEEDS, program June 16 to 18. This program aims to encourage...

Alicia Crowe, associate professor in teaching, learning and cirriculum studies with special focus in social studies, whose department just changed some courses names and will introduce a new class fall 2015, teaches a class April 28, 2014.

Keeping up with the curriculum changes

Julia Sprowls April 28, 2014

National changes in curriculum standards are shaping the education of students at Kent State and other schools across the nation. Beginning in the 2014-2015 school year, education students will be using...

Women’s Studies blog set to launch in first week of April

Julia Sprowls March 11, 2014

In conjunction with its expansion, the Women’s Studies Program is introducing a publicly viewable, interactive blog for information and discussion.Recent Kent State graduate Charlie Loudin is assisting...

Students interact with business professionals at the second annual Hospitality Management Career Fair, Monday, March 10, 2014, at the Moulton Hall Ballroom.

Hospitality companies offer advice for future student workers

Julia Sprowls March 10, 2014

Kent State’s hospitality management program held its second annual career fair in the Moulton Hall ballroom Monday afternoon.Representatives from various lodging, casino, restaurant and private club...

Nonprofit Studies to do away with certificate

Julia Sprowls March 4, 2014

After twelve years of the nonprofit certificate doing so well at Kent State, the provost office requested the certificate be elevated to a minor. Program director of nonprofit studies, Kathy Bergh said,...

Photo from 2013 trip courtesy of Rob Heiman.

Casino Management class prepares for sixth trip to Las Vegas

Julia Sprowls February 24, 2014

Casino Management and Gaming Operations within the hospitality management program is set to take their sixth trip to Las Vegas the week of March 16.The class will spend five days in Nevada at the Excalibur...

Kent State museum boasts world’s largest hearing aid collection

Julia Sprowls February 11, 2014

Kent State’s Center for the Performing Arts is home to the world’s largest collection of hearing aids: the Kenneth Berger Hearing Aid Museum and Archives. The collection of vacuum tube hearing aids,...

Women’s Studies closing rumor false

Julia Sprowls February 10, 2014

A recent rumor about the Women’s Studies program at Kent State closing has turned out to be false, Suzanne Holt, director of Women’s Studies and arts and sciences lecturer, said. Current and recent...

Hospitality Management sees enrollment increase

Julia Sprowls February 4, 2014

Kent State’s hospitality program has seen a 300 percent increase in the past 15 years, according to Barbara Scheule,  professor of Introduction to Hospitality Management.The National Restaurant Association...

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