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Public Radio Stations and Universities Enjoy Long, Productive Shared History

The history of radio may have started at the turn of the 20th century, but the evolution of public radio began with university-licensed radio stations like WKSU-FM.

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Week of Sept. 27, 2010

Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative Celebrates Its New PlayhouseSquare Location

A unique city-university partnership, the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative is a community service organization committed to improving the quality of urban spaces by providing design services, research and advocacy for cities, neighborhoods and institutions in the region.

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Artist Creates Sculpture That Captures Essence of Students for the New Roe Green Center

The new Roe Green Center for the School of Theatre and Dance, set to open Nov. 6, will unite the divisions of Theatre and Dance under a single roof. And, a sculpture currently being assembled especially for the center embodies the essence of that unity.

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Police Services Campus Officer Receives Ohio CIT Officer of the Year Award

Profiles of Excellence in Action:
Officer Jeff Futo received the 2010 Campus Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Officer of the Year Award. CIT is a specialized training program that teaches officers skills to deescalate certain individuals in crisis situations.

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Kent State's Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative

Kent State University's Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative makes its debut in its new location in Cleveland's PlayhouseSquare District.

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Math Students Learn to Count on Local Law Enforcement With Visit From Canine Celebrity

Students in Dr. Jay Jahangiri's mathematics classes at Kent State University at Geauga received more than the math lessons they signed up for when two special guests visited the campus on the first day of classes.

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TeleProductions Celebrates 50 Years of Service to Kent State This Fall

In 1960, Dr. Phillip Macomber founded TeleProductions as part of the School of Speech. The main purpose of TeleProductions (then called Television Services) was to satisfy Kent State's growing need for new and innovative instructional technology.

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