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Kent State Earns Tree Campus USA Designation

Kent State University recently earned the Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree Campus USA designation for the sixth consecutive year.

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Week of Jan. 27, 2014

Blackstone LaunchPad Explores the Wearable Technology Industry With First Ever Collegiate Fashion/Tech Hackathon

Product innovation around the growing wearable technology industry will be the focus of Blackstone LaunchPad’s second annual “Innov8athon” event.

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Kent State Dining Services’ Vegan Choices Earn Recognition From peta2

Kent State University’s Dining Services has become the first four-year college in Ohio to get an “A” grade by peta2, an animal rights group, for offering vegan choices at Dining Services.

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Kent State’s Upward Bound Program & College of Business Earn Ohio TRIO Success in Partnership Building Award

Kent State University’s Upward Bound Classic Program and the College of Business Administration were recognized with the statewide Ohio TRIO Success in Partnership Building Award for providing pre-college and academic support services to first-generation, income-eligible students.

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2014 MLK, Jr. Celebration at Kent State

Kent State University held its 12th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on Thursday, Jan. 23, at 2 p.m. in the Kent Student Center Ballroom. The celebratory event, which was free and open to the public, was themed “Honor the Dream.”

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Kent State Ashtabula Receives Grant for Patient Simulators

Three high-fidelity patient simulators were recently added to Kent State University at Ashtabula's Nursing Skills Lab thanks to a grant from the Ohio Board of Nursing.

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Kent State Anthropology Professor Sails Around the Solomon Islands for United Nations Documentary Project

Kent State University Professor of Anthropology Richard Feinberg, Ph.D., joined a team from the Sedna Foundation, a Canadian nongovernmental organization, to work on a documentary that was shot in the Solomon Islands this past summer as part of a three-year international research project titled “1,000 Days for the Planet.”

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