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The Ohio Department of Education recently awarded Kent State University $1.2 million to support Choose Ohio First scholarships. This funding will support learners pursuing associate degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields and expand options for students seeking two-year degrees at the University's Regional Campuses and its College of Applied and Technical Studies.
By Mialie Szymanski, Administrative Assistant to the Dean
February may feature Valentine’s Day and separately boast the title of “American Heart Month,” but before the winter holiday break in December, Kent State Trumbull students, faculty and staff shared the love from our campus community to several organizations in our local communities as well.
Forming a Forest of Flash Fellowship, multiple blue and gold trees sprouted up in the various buildings, encouraging visitors to branch out and extend a hand (or paw) to assist The Anim
Kent State University at Trumbull's Digital Media Production Center, in partnership with Kent State Trumbull Theatre, Hounding Productions LLC, and Trumbull Satellite (a student-run digital magazine), held its first Student Short Film Festival for local students of all ages.
Over 50 members of the campus and community (students and family members) attended an awards ceremony on Wednesday, Jan. 31.
The three award categories were Media Mania (Students Ages 7 to 12), Film Flair (Students Ages 13 to 17), and Cinema Celebration (Students Ages 18 t
Kent State University at Trumbull proudly announces students named to either the Fall 2023 President's or Dean's lists.
In recognition of an extremely high level of academic excellence, a President's List is compiled each academic semester. To qualify, students must have a grade point average of 4.00 and must have completed 15 or more letter-graded credit hours (A, B, etc.) by the end of that semester.
The Dean's List features qualifying students possessing a grade point average of 3.40 or greater and must have completed 12 or more letter-graded credit hours (A, B, etc.)
This fall, Kent State Trumbull Police Academy grew beards and donations for the Warren Family Mission.
Typically, facial hair is discouraged while cadets complete their coursework in the academy; every November and December, that changes. Cadets participate in No-Shave November and dress-down days to raise money to support the works of Warren Family Mission.
In early December, cadets donated over $300 in gift cards and then shopped with families and assisted with loading vehicles and organizing stations. According to Jim Willock, director of
Kent State University supporters once again joined together during the university’s Giving Tuesday campaign to raise more than $2.8 million to support a variety of student scholarships and programs.