Honors College requires students to complete 24 hours of credit until graduation, i.e. three hours of credit or one class per semester; A cumulative MPA of 3.25; And they meet with their honorary advisor every semester. There are many ways to earn honorary credit hours, and your honorary advisor will help you choose the award work that will be integrated with and improve your bachelor`s degree. Some options for winning honor lessons are: Honors College allows students to create an honor space for a standard KSU non-honorary course with the agreement of the course teacher. The aim of this project is to give students an educational experience enriched by a course in the main field or in other areas of interest. Diana Skok, Deputy Director, Email address for sponsored programs: dskok@kent.edu full-time and part-time workers 14.0% Old Age pension 0.5% Workers` compensation 1.5% Medicare Faculty Summer Salary at 9 months: 16.0% (rounded) Part-time salaries: 16.0% (rounded) Graduates/some part-time students: 14.5% (rounded) Other part-time students: 1.0% (rounded) Full-time health insurance $13,900, GJ20. Health insurance is budgeted as part of ancillary benefits based on the percentage of time included in the proposal. A premium is calculated based on the percentage of project expenditures (for example.B. 10% effort for the project would be $1,390 of the cost of health insurance).

Honors College at Kent State University offers students free arts training at a large public research centre. Demanding courses, stimulating discussions, international studies and research projects will challenge your intellect and improve your training. Fringe benefit rates are budgeted in Kuali using the following percentage point to reflect all the potential benefits for workers in different classes. On campus: Research – Instruction: 50.0% of Modified Total Direct Cost (MTDC), for projects from 07.01.2016 – 30.06.2020 52. 0% of total load (MTDC), for projects from 07/01/2020 – Other sponsored activities: 32.0% of total cost (MTDC), for projects of 07.01.2016 – 30.06.2020 Kevin McCreary Phone: 330-672-8058 E-mail: kmccrea1@kent.edu Honor Works (HONR 20096/30096/40096) offers students the opportunity to complete independent studies (1-4 hours of credit) under the direction of a faculty member. The objective of this project is to provide students with an enhanced educational experience in the main field or other area of interest that is not normally included in the standard curriculum. 34.0% Of Total Direct Cost Modified (MTDC), for projects from 07/01/2020 – LaKetta Wilson Phone: 330-672-1977 E-mail: lwilso51@kent.edu your training can improve with a senior work or creative project, a detailed project that shows your knowledge and creativity. The opportunities we offer for self-presentation, leadership and service prepare you for graduate school, a professional career and especially life. Lori Burchard – Director, Sponsored Programs email: lburchar@kent.edu internships allow students to gain experience in their field of study (at least 150 hours) while they receive 3 internal honor courses. The aim of this project is to provide students with an enriched educational experience in order to prepare them for the outside world after graduation. www.kent.edu/accountspayable/travel-expense The Senior Honors Thesis/Project is a 6-hour credit project.

It can be a research, creation or application project and ends with the direction of a faculty member.