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Kent Wired

Eboni Pringle is the dean of University College at Kent State University. 

Eboni Pringle named dean of University College

Emily Mills May 15, 2015

Eboni Pringle, current interim dean of the University College (formerly Undergraduate Studies), will become its permanent dean starting on July 1.Pringle, who has served as interim dean since Oct. 1, 2012,...

Faculty Senate proposes changes to Kent Core

Victoria Manenti February 10, 2015

Faculty senate approved the creation of two new majors and debated changing the Kent Core curriculum and requirements during its first meeting of the semester Monday.Senate members argued if making certain...

Panel member Jennifer Kulics discusses important educational topics during the Ukrainian Higher Education program Thursday, Oct. 9 2014.

KSU welcomes Ukrainian delegates, shares ideas about western teaching methods

Kaitlin Siegel October 9, 2014

Five delegates from Ukraine visited Kent State on Thursday as part of their Northeast Ohio college tour. Interested in learning more about the American education system, the delegates listened to a panel...

Graphic by Ryan Dunn

‘Formula to Finish’ encourages four-year graduation plan

Hanna Moore September 25, 2014

“Formula to Finish,” also known as Got 15?, is a new university program launched June 2 that aims to save students time and money by having them complete 15 credit hours per semester.The initiative...

A young boy plays in the old quarter of Jerusalem, where only Hasidic Jews are aloud to dwell. This picture was taken while on the birth right trip to Israel hosted by Kent State Hillel.

Hillel starts registration for Birthright trips to Israel

Ashlyne Wilson February 23, 2014

Hillel began registration for the Taglit-Birthright Israel trip, where the Jewish students at Kent State have the opportunity to go on the free trip of a lifetime to experience the historical and biblical...

Undergraduate Studies Offices moving

Drew Jones February 10, 2014

The Undergraduate Studies program at Kent State has now officially moved to the 5th floor of the University Library.     The reason for the move is due to renovations that will take place on their...

The new Exploratory Advising Center is moving to the 5th floor of the Kent State library.

Fifth floor of library to undergo changes in coming years

Christopher Woods January 26, 2014

Kent State will embrace change as the fifth floor renovations of the University Library end this week.Renovations began last semester when students were forbidden access to the fifth floor of the tallest...

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