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1.) "Frameworks for Reading Native American Literature" is a 75-minute lecture intended for general audiences to gain important context for understanding Native American literature. Delivered by Professor Jessica Jones (full-time faculty, English Department, Stark Campus) this lecture follows the Essential Understandings of Indian Education for All as set forth by the Montana Office of Public Instruction as well as the National Museum of the American Indian & Smithsonian.
Dear Kent State Students, Staff and Faculty,
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the state of Ohio will be transitioning to a new courier service for book deliveries between Ohio colleges and universities.
This transition will require a pause in statewide print lending.
Requests for print materials through the OhioLINK Central Catalog will pause on Friday, March 11, 2022.
Through a collaborative effort, Kent State University offers parenting students Family-Friendly Study Hours where they have a chance to study and work, while student volunteers entertain their children in a quiet, safe space.
Kent State University will host the kickoff event for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Big Read Northeast Ohio, a community reading program celebrating “An American Sunrise” by Poet Laureate Joy Harjo, the first Native American poet laureate of the United States. The kickoff event will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 12, beginning promptly at 7 p.m. in the KSU Kiva, located in the Student Center, 800 E. Summit Street, Kent, Ohio. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is appreciated.
There are three options to pickup materials you request from Kent State University Libraries:
Kent State University is one of 61 organizations nationwide – and one of four organizations in Ohio – to be awarded a 2021-2022 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Big Read grant. The university’s $20,000 grant will support the Big Read Northeast Ohio, a community reading program and related events focusing on “An American Sunrise” by Poet Laureate Joy Harjo from October 2021 through May 2022. Harjo, the first Native American poet laureate of the United States, will visit Kent State in March 2022 for a keynote event and book reading.
Susan Wadsworth-Booth is in her third year as director of the
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WBUR, Boston’s NPR News Station aired this segment on May 19, 2021. Robin Young produced and edited this interview for broadcast with Karyn Miller-Medzon and Todd Mundt. Serena McMahon adapted it for the web. Contributions for the segment were received from Kent State University May 4 Archivist Elizabeth Campion. Here is a link to the original article as it appears on the WBUR website.
Kent State University Libraries presented a Research Support Showcase on April 22, 2021, providing an overview of the many research support services available to the university’s faculty. The event, which was held virtually, was co-sponsored by Research and Sponsored Programs.
Kent State University Libraries’ Annual Report is a comprehensive overview of our department that includes our vision and mission statements and the programs, resources, events and personnel contributions with which they align. The inaugural issue covered the academic year 2018-19.
Essential Library, The Newsletter of Kent State University Libraries, is distributed once each fall and spring semester to all full-time employees at all of Kent State’s campuses. Through the newsletter, faculty and staff are informed of University Libraries’ services, personnel, events and facility updates and are encouraged to take advantage of all that the Libraries offer to support student success and their professional development. The inaugural issue was published in spring semester 2018.
Page Turners is University Libraries’ biannual magazine that informs and updates the on- and off-campus community of our knowledgeable faculty, competent staff, helpful resources, impressive facilities and interesting events. The inaugural issue was published in spring semester 2012.