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Profiles of Excellence in Action | 

August 2012

Platinum-selling group O.A.R. has been added to the Sept. 8 Centennial Campaign Concert at Kent State University, joining Grammy Award-winning artists Sheryl Crow and Los Lonely Boys. The three acts will perform at Kent State's Dix Stadium.

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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 the Ohio Third Frontier Commission awarding $3 million to Kent State, senior citizens getting a second chance at new learning experiences at Kent State, a Kent State psychology professor who won an award for neuropsychological effects of obesity and heart disease research, and music group O.A.R. joining Sheryl Crow and Los Lonely Boys for the Sept. 8 Centennial Campaign Concert at Kent State. Also, watch the video to see how Kent State celebrated its new College of Podiatric Medicine.

Ohio Third Frontier Awards $3 Million to Kent State University

The Ohio Third Frontier Commission has approved a $3 million award to Kent State University.

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Kent State Celebrates New College of Podiatric Medicine

Kent State University hosts a symbolic ribbon-tying event celebrating the establishment of the new Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine, formerly known as the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine.

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Senior Citizens Get a Second Chance at Gaining New Learning Experiences at Kent State

Who says you can’t go back to school at 60? Kent State offers the opportunity for senior citizens to come back to class.

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Kent State Psychology Professor Awarded for Neuropsychological Effects of Obesity and Heart Disease Research

John Gunstad, Ph.D., faculty member in the Department of Psychology at Kent State University since 2005, recently received an Outstanding Research and Scholar Award for his work on neuropsychological effects of obesity and heart disease.

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