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Kent State to Retire Joshua Cribbs' Number 9

Long before Joshua Cribbs was a two-time Pro Bowl selection for the Cleveland Browns, he was rewriting the Kent State University record books.

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Week of Oct. 18, 2010

Open Enrollment 2011 is Underway

The Open Enrollment period for eligible faculty and staff to select medical, insurance and other benefits-related options for 2011 started yesterday (Oct. 17) and will run through Monday, Nov. 8.

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Graduate Education Restructured to Sharpen Educational, Marketing Goals

Graduate education at Kent State University faces unprecedented challenges and opportunities that require strategic rethinking of how it's organized and administered. Kent State has made significant strides over the past year to reorganize and coordinate graduate education.

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Police Services Honors Penn and Anweiler as Employees of the Year

Profile of Excellence in Action:
Officer Michquel Penn and Dispatcher Sara Anweiler (pictured) of the Division of Police Services were recently recognized as the 2010 Employees of the Year for their dedicated performances as members of Police Services and the Kent community.

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Homecoming 2010 Highlights

The Kent State University community came together for this year's Homecoming. Attendees enjoyed the many weekend festivities leading up to the highly anticipated Homecoming football game against the University of Akron Zips. The Flashes won, 28-17.

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Kent State University at Stark's Norton-Smith Imbues Teaching With a Native View

For Dr. Thomas Norton-Smith, philosophy is more than a 50-minute class. Whether he's pulling out crayons and paper, "blooping" out of existence or asking a student "How do you know that for sure?," Norton-Smith is on a mission to share his passion.

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New Instructor Focuses on Great Lakes Water Conservation and Place Attachment

Great Lakes residents have a very strong emotional connection, or a high level of place attachment, to the Great Lakes region, based on the research of one of Kent State University's newest instructors with the help of his mentor.

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