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Profiles of Excellence in Action | 

April 2012

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow will headline a concert at Kent State University on
Sept. 8 at 6 p.m. at Dix Stadium. The Centennial Campaign concert to benefit the Campaign for Change Scholarship Fund serves as a celebration of the conclusion of Kent State’s Centennial Campaign, a $250-million fundraising effort timed around the university’s 100th anniversary in 2010 and the largest campaign in Kent State’s history.

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Welcome to Profiles of Excellence in Action, a monthly e-newsletter showcasing news and events from Kent State University. In this month's issue, read about Kent State Day at the Statehouse, The Fashion School’s new retail space, a professor serving as an inspiration to students, and Grammy award-winning singer Sheryl Crow headlining Kent State’s Centennial Campaign concert. Also, watch the video about the new student space featuring a wall mural by award-winning cartoonists and Kent State alumni.

Connecting Talent With Jobs: Kent State and Ohio Employers Meet With State Legislators

Forty Ohio employers joined Kent State representatives and alumni for the annual Kent State Day at the Statehouse.

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New Student Space Features Mural by Award-Winning Cartoonists

Popular comic strip artists Tom Batiuk and Chuck Ayers were at Kent State University on March 27 for the official opening of the new student lounge area called The Nest, located in the Kent Student Center.

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The Kent State Fashion School Opens New Retail Space in Downtown Kent

The Kent State University Shannon Rodgers and Jerry Silverman School of Fashion Design and Merchandising has opened a new retail space The Fashion School Store. The store is located in the newly revitalized retail area known as Acorn Alley II in downtown Kent.

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Professor Serves as an Inspiration to Students

Professor George Garrison of the Department of Pan-African Studies at Kent State University has inspired and helped many students throughout their college careers and beyond. To honor his accomplishments in teaching, Garrison received one of the three 2011 Distinguished Teaching Awards (DTA).

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