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04/20/2020

EVEN WORKING REMOTELY, WKSU IS STILL BRINGING YOU THE LATEST

Due to the disruptions the coronavirus pandemic has caused across the state of Ohio, working remotely has increased as a means of practicing social distancing. Kent State University was one of the first Ohio colleges to move all classes online, causing surrounding businesses to do the same, like WKSU.

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03/23/2020

EPIDEMIOLOGY PROFESSOR FEATURED ON MINDSCAPE PODCAST

Kent State University College of Public Health professor Tara Smith, Ph.D., was featured on Sean Carroll’s Mindscape podcast to talk about the novel coronavirus (and its associated disease, COVID-19) pandemic.

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02/14/2020

SAY WHAT? EVIDENCE SUGGESTS BEETHOVEN NOT DEAF AFTER ALL

For over a century, it has been believed that Ludwig Van Beethoven had gone “stone deaf” years before he debuted his Ninth Symphony in May 1824; however a Kent State University professor believes otherwise.

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01/27/2020

KENT STATE HONORS 2020 DIVERSITY AWARD RECIPIENTS

As part of its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration held Jan. 24, Kent State University has announced the 2020 recipients of its Diversity Trailblazer Award, Beverly J. Warren Unity Award for Diversity and Rozell Duncan Student Diversity Award. 

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12/16/2019

THE CENTER FOR ADULT AND VETERAN SERVICES IS 'DOING IT RIGHT!'

A paycheck and covered medical and housing expenses are fantastic military perks; however, veterans agree that one of the biggest benefits from serving is found in the classroom.

Kent State University was recently ranked on the Military Times’ Best for Vets: Colleges 2020 rankings.

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11/25/2019

URBAN DESIGN STUDENTS MAKE AN IMPACT ON ERIE’S BAYFRONT

When cities need help imagining new possibilities for their urban places and communities, they call Kent State University’s Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative. Most recently, Kent State architecture students had the opportunity to put the skills they learn in the classroom to make an impact on local communities in Erie, Pennsylvania.

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11/21/2019

KENT STATE BIOLOGY INSTRUCTOR RECEIVES OUTSTANDING TEACHING AWARD

What do you call a faculty member who continues to be a resource for students long after they’ve left his classroom, a faculty member who oversees a food pantry for students with food insecurity, a faculty member who works across departments for the benefit of all students? This year, Daniel Dankovich, D.C., lecturer of biological sciences at Kent State University at East Liverpool, is called the winner of the Outstanding Teaching Award.

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11/12/2019

FROM CLASSROOM TO REAL WORLD: SIX AMAZING KENT STATE INTERNSHIP STORIES

What do NASA, Porsche, the National Park Service, Walt Disney World, New York Fashion and C-SPAN all have in common? Kent State University students gained valuable experience and showcased their education and skills this year at each.

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10/24/2019

PODCASTS DEBATE HISTORY, IMPACT OF MAY 4, 1970 SHOOTINGS

Eyewitness accounts, analysis and other perspectives of the day four students were shot and nine others wounded by Ohio National Guard soldiers have become the topic of multiple podcasts.

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