FLASHES OF BRILLIANCE
New Student Open Houses on Aug. 3 and 14
New students for Fall 2023 are invited to join us at an Open House this summer before classes begin in August.
At an Open House, you will have the opportunity to meet our helpful faculty, staff and students. You'll be able to find your classrooms, register your vehicle to receive your parking permit, purchase your textbooks, and so much more!
Take a guided tour to explore campus and be sure to accomplish the remaining items on your New Student Checklist.
Spring 2023 President's and Dean's Lists Announced
Kent State University at Stark has announced its Dean’s List and President’s List for the spring 2023 semester.
The following students have been named to the Kent State Stark Dean’s List. Those students designated with a star (*) have been named to the Kent State University President’s List.
Regional Campus System celebrates 1,700 graduates with Spring Commencement Ceremonies
Student speakers shared a common theme during Kent State University’s Regional Campus commencement ceremonies this spring: Support. The Ashtabula, Columbiana County (East Liverpool and Salem), Geauga (along with Twinsburg Academic Center), Stark, Trumbull and Tuscarawas campuses held commencement ceremonies earlier this month for close to 1,700 graduates.
Rookie Teacher of the Year: Julianne Agnone
Julianne Agnone, ’21, is doing what she loves — teaching. But these days, it’s not only her students making the grade.
Agnone, who teaches math to sixth graders at Lake Elementary, was recently named Lake Local’s Rookie Teacher of the Year and joins newcomer teachers from Stark County’s 17 public school districts as part of the Stark County Educational Service Center’s Education All-Star Team.
This quick study got her start at Kent State University at Stark, where she majored in middle childhood education.
Kent State Leads 13 Ohio Institutions in Supporting Intel by Launching Semiconductor-Focused Network
Kent State University, in response to a request from Intel®, will lead a network that includes 13 other Ohio higher education institutions now poised to prepare the workforce to make the small electronic devices that play a large role in our everyday lives.