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Company Overview of Kent State University
Kent State University is an educational institution that offers academic research programs focusing on certificate, associate, bachelor's, master's, educational specialist, and doctoral levels. The institution provides degrees in arts, sciences, communication and information, health and human services, and technology. Additionally, it offers courses in nursing, financial engineering, and digital sciences. Kent State University was formerly known as The Kent State Normal School and changed its name in 1935. The institution was founded in 1910 and is based in Kent, Ohio.
1500 Horning Road
Kent, OH 44242
Founded in 1910
Key Executives for Kent State University
Dean of Kent State’s College of Public Health
Secretary to the Board of Trustees and Trustee
General Counsel and Vice President of Human Resources
Vice President for University Relations and Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Kent State University Key Developments
Kent State University Appoints Denise Seachrist to Serve as Dean and Chief Administrative Officer
Feb 2 16
Kent State University at Stark has selected Denise Seachrist to serve as dean and chief administrative officer. Seachrist served as director of Kent State's School of Music from 2008-2014. She served several other leadership positions at different Kent locations. In her new position, which began on February 1, 2016, she will report to the provost or his designee until the vice president for Kent State System Integration is appointed.
Kent State University Professors to Receive a 2% Raises in Contract
Jan 20 16
Kent State University professors will receive a 2% raise each of the next three years. While faculty agreed to accept a lower salary increase than what they sought, the university agreed to strike a proposal that would require employee spouses or domestic partners eligible for healthcare coverage through their employers to enroll in their employer's insurance for primary coverage. Those are among the details of a tentative agreement announced on January 18. The recommendations were made by Greg Van Pelt, a fact-finder, or neutral third party chosen by both sides to review the issues. The impasse over salary and medical benefits led faculty members in November to authorize their leaders to call a strike if negotiations failed. Faculty had sought 3% raises the first and third years of the contract and a 4% raise the second year. The university proposed 2% raises the first two years and 1.5% raise the third year. The current three-year contract expired Aug. 23.
Kent State University and the American Association of University Professors-KSU Avoid Potential Strike with Three-Year Bargaining Agreement
Jan 19 16
Kent State University and the American Association of University Professors-KSU have reached a tentative agreement for its tenured professors and avoided a potential strike next week. The union's advisory council approved a fact finder's report, but also approved a notification to begin a strike next Monday. In November, members of the union representing 772 professors, approved a strike authorization if needed during negotiations. Both sides had reached a stalemate over raises and medical benefits. The previous agreement expired in August and the professors were working under the former contract. The notification to the university about the potential strike was never sent because when the advisory council members got back to their office Friday afternoon, they received notification that the university had also accepted the fact finder's report and was willing to meet on Monday. The two sides had moved to a fact finder after mediation had failed.
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