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Pamela Grimm retires after 30 years at Kent State

Sydney Pendergast, Reporter June 17, 2022

After 30 years of being at Kent State, professor, department chair and Faculty Senate Chair Pamela Grimm officially retired on May 31. “I have ambivalent feelings about it,” Grimm said. Grimm...

Kent State Faculty Senate approves new academic calendar for fall 2023

Anthony Zacharyasz, Reporter June 8, 2022

Kent State University Faculty Senate approved a new academic calendar that would see changes beginning in the fall of 2023 and now awaits a final decision by university President Todd Diacon. Option...

Pamela Grimm announces her retirement at Faculty Senate

Alexandra Golden, Assigning Editor April 12, 2022

Kent State’s Faculty Senate Chair Pamela Grimm announced her retirement during the April 11 meeting.   “Pam was very good at presenting a multitude of faculty concerns because there were...

President Todd Diacon reaffirms Kent State’s commitment to following health guidelines and creating open dialogue at February’s Faculty Senate meeting.

Graduate program changes approved at Faculty Senate meeting

Wyatt Loy Reporter February 14, 2022

Between shifting academic requirements and upheavals of the Kent Core, academics took the spotlight on Monday’s Faculty Senate meeting. Graduate students will see a couple major program reforms. The...

Students, faculty are listening to course evaluations

Katie Thompson Teaching reporter September 27, 2019

Kent State students fill out course evaluations at the end of every semester.  Students use grades to judge their knowledge of the material, faculty use course evaluations to judge their teaching of the...

Kent State to pay at least $179K for presidential search, contract details ‘trade secrets’ claim from search firm

Laina Yost December 13, 2018

Kent State will pay Russell Reynolds Associates, the executive search firm chosen to find the university’s next president, a $170,000 retainer for its services, plus a $9,000 administrative fee.The total...

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