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Students Tutor Refugees for Success

Kent State students volunteer their time home-tutoring to smooth out the transition for refugees and help them adapt to American culture.

(Photo Credit: Jacob Byk)

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Week of Nov. 21, 2011

NSF Awards Kent State $1.08 Million Grant to Address Shortage of STEM Educators

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Kent State University a $1.08 million grant to support the university’s Noyce Scholars Program, designed to increase the number of highly qualified middle and high school teachers in biology, chemistry, earth and space science, mathematics and physics.

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Journalism Professor Makes a Difference in Students’ Lives

Although teaching is a second career for him, School of Journalism and Mass Communication Professor Gary Hanson has been an inspiration to many students. As a result of his passion for journalism, Hanson is one of three recipients of Kent State's 2011 Distinguished Teaching Award (DTA).

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The Kent State Dodgeball Club

Remember the best thing about high school gym class? More than 40 Kent State University students do and have banded together with the Student Recreation and Wellness Center to form the university's official Dodgeball Club.

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Kent State Stark Marks World AIDS Day, Nov. 28 - Dec. 2

To mark World AIDS Day on Dec. 1, Kent State University at Stark will host a variety of informative events and lectures to increase awareness and understanding of HIV and AIDS. Featured events include the presentation SEXED by standup comic River Huston, free, private HIV testing and a fundraising party.

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WKSU-FM Successfully Completes Sound of the Future Campaign

In September, WKSU-FM celebrated the successful conclusion to the station’s Sound of the Future capital campaign. The station raised more than $5 million in the largest fundraising effort in WKSU-FM’s 61-year history.

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