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Kent Wired

Munro-Stasiuk appointed first woman dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Katherine Masko, Reporter March 24, 2022

The College of Arts and Sciences made history by promoting the first-ever female dean during Women’s History Month. “It feels a little historical,” said Mandy Munro-Stasiuk, the dean of the College...

Mandy Munro-Stasiuk is the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Kent State University. 

Kent State appoints dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Jimmy Oswald , Sports Editor March 10, 2022

Kent State University announced Mandy Munro-Stasiuk as the new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in an email from the Office of the Provost. Munro-Stasiuk had served as the interim dean of the...

Mandy Munro-Stasiuk is the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Kent State University. 

Finalists selected for dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Alexandra Golden Assigning Editor February 10, 2022

Kent State announced its final candidates for the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in an email from the Office of the Provost.The candidates include Mandy Munro-Stasiuk, the interim dean of the...

The School of Multidisciplinary Social Sciences and Humanities is located in Bowman Hall. The school offers international relations, paralegal studies, Latin American studies, LGBTQ studies and other academic programs centered around multidisciplinary.  

Multidisciplinary programs find refuge in a new school this fall

Alexus Rayer Reporter September 22, 2021

The School of Multidisciplinary Social Sciences and Humanities opened fall 2021. The school will create a new space to support a rich learning environment combining international relations, paralegal studies,...

(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

Kelly Krabill, reporter Emma Andrus, reporter May 10, 2021

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...

The Board of Trustees approved the Anti-Racism and Equity Institute in a Zoom meeting Wednesday. Mandy Munro-Stasiuk, interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, presented the proposal at the Academic Excellence and Student Success Committee meeting March 4.

Board of Trustees approves Anti-Racism and Equity Institute, amid the racial climate

Kelly Krabill Reporter March 10, 2021

The university’s plan to establish diversity will be the new focus of an institution approved by the Board of Trustees in a Zoom meeting Wednesday.The Anti-Racism and Equity Institute will host faculty,...

Volleyball loses double-header against BGSU in battle for first

Jimmy Oswald Sports Reporter February 27, 2021

The battle for first place in Mid-American Conference between Bowling Green State University and Kent State lived up to the hype.But for the Kent State volleyball team, the double-header ended in heartbreak. KSU...

The New York Times called the textbook in question, Anime from Akira to Howls Moving Castle, a thoughtful and carefully researched account. Its author, Susan J. Napier, is a Professor of the Japanese Program at Tufts University. This is her third book. 

State representatives object to anime textbook that depicts sexual assault

Lyndsey Brennan Reporter October 13, 2020

State representatives Reggie Stoltzfus (R-Paris Twp.) and Don Jones (R-Freeport) sent a letter to Kent State President Todd Diacon last week demanding the university immediately pull a textbook they said...

Kent State students react to new textbook service

Aidan Coyne Technology reporter September 16, 2019

This fall, Kent State opted to expand its use of the Flash Books service for buying textbooks. Students have mixed reviews about the system.“Flash Books is a program that is part of a nationwide initiative...

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