Job Announcement: Kent State University Dean of the Honors College

Kent State University is currently conducting a search for Dean of the Honors College. Applications will close on January 20, 2017. 


Established in 1933, Kent State University’s Honors College is one of three long-standing programs in the country, boasting the distinction of leading the nation in National Collegiate Honors Council Portz Scholar recipients. The Honors College offers Kent State’s most academically talented students an opportunity for a small, liberal arts experience augmented by numerous resources available at our large public research institution. The college is housed in the heart of campus in the newly renovated Stopher-Johnson complex that serves as the residential and academic home for honors students. More than 1,500 undergraduate students from all academic majors call the Honors College home.


Kent State University is one of 76 public higher-research universities, as categorized by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and is ranked in the first-tier list of Best National Universities by U.S. News & World Report. With eight campuses spanning Northeast Ohio, a College of Podiatric Medicine, a Regional Academic Center, and academic sites in major world capitals such as New York City, Geneva and Florence, Kent State is one of Ohio’s leading public universities and a major educational, economic and cultural resource far beyond the Northeast Ohio region it has served since 1910.  


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