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Kent Wired

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...

Masks required indoors, on public transportation across Kent State campuses

Kelsey Paulus Reporter August 4, 2021

Masks are once again mandatory while indoors and on public transportation at all Kent State campuses, effective immediately, according to a press release published by the Office of the Provost Tuesday. Students,...

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Kent State amends mask mandate amid changes to safety protocol

Fully vaccinated Kent State students, faculty and staff will no longer be required to wear masks outdoors on any Kent campuses, according to new changes in university health and safety practices released...

In-person classes to move to a 3-feet distancing format in Fall 2021

In-person classes will move to a “3-foot distancing format” in the fall of 2021, the Office of the Provost announced Friday in an email to faculty. The move follows new recommendations made by the...

William (Bill) Ayres is a tenured political science professor and former vice provost of academic affairs at the University of Toledo.

University selects candidates for associate provost position

Kaitlyn Finchler Reporter March 16, 2021

Two candidates were selected to move on to the next phase of the selection process for the position of associate provost for Academic Affairs and dean of the Division of Graduate Studies.One candidate...

Kent State announces plans for fall 2021 semester

Elias Shingleton Digital Content Producer February 25, 2021

Kent State announced it will conduct more in-person classes and activities in the fall 2021 semester amid continuing protocols to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.According to a letter from the Office...

Diacon asks students to ‘take responsibility’ for slowing COVID-19 spread

Troy Pierson Reporter September 22, 2020

Kent State President Todd Diacon and Kent City Health Commissioner Joan Seidel stated in an email the rise in COVID-19 cases is attributable to gatherings off-campus, and that students attending these...

Gov. Mike DeWine announced Portage County is now in a COVID-19 Level 3 Red status, which indicates very high exposure and spread of the virus. 

Portage County rises to COVID-19 Level 3 Red status

Gina Butkovich Lauren Sasala September 17, 2020

Gov. Mike DeWine announced Portage County is now in a COVID-19 Level 3 Red status, which indicates very high exposure and spread of the virus. “The majority of cases are being driven by activities in...

Faculty Senate continues toward changes in Kent Core

The Faculty Senate voted to pass the supported material proposal made by the University Requirements Curriculum Committee (URCC) for a proposed model of a Kent Core assessment Monday. The proposal includes...

Cuban-American author Cristina Garcia holds a book signing following her lecture about the importance of reading fiction Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 in the Kiva.

Cuban-American author stresses the importance of fictional reading

Arbrion Chambliss October 10, 2014

In Cuban-American novelist Cristina Garcia’s opinion, reading fiction still matters. Garcia shared her thoughts on the importance of reading fiction in a world full of so many distractions during a lecture...

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