Kedron Taylor joins the Advancement team in the College of Education, Health and Human Services, where she serves as Associate Director of Advancement. She graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies, and is currently pursuing her M.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Personnel with the College of EHHS. Kedron worked with faculty, staff, students and alumni of EHHS as the Dean’s Office Graduate Assistant prior to her new role as Associate Director of Advancement.
Dr. Jean Engohang-Ndong teaches multiple biology courses in the Department of Biological Sciences including, but not limited to microbiology, biological foundations, Biological diversity, human genetics, human biology, life on planet earth and biological structure and function. Jean enjoys teaching and loves interacting with his students both inside the classroom and outside. His research interests revolve around antimicrobial drug discovery, molecular mechanisms of bacterial pathogenesis and environmental microbiology.
John-Michael H. Warner is an art historian trained in gender and women’s studies. Professor Warner teaches histories and theories of contemporary art, art at the turn of the twenty-first century, and contemporary photography as well as environmental art history and nineteenth- and twentieth-century American art—each from a feminist and queer perspective.
Andrea Myers is an Assistant Professor of Sculpture at Kent State University at Stark. She received her Bachelors of Fine Arts in 2001 and her Masters of Fine Arts in Fiber and Material Studies in 2006 from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
venue: WhiteHall Building, Room 200, College of Education Health and Human Services Kent State University
ILEP scholars from Brazil and Mexico will be presenting something specific about their countries and culture.
ILEP stands for International Leaders in Education Program and brings every spring semester secondary schools teachers from different parts of the world to Kent State.
Bonfire. S'mores. Giveaways. Save the date to be part of a unique experience that's undeniably Kent State.
Save the date to come see why Kent State University’s future is so bright. Kent State faculty, staff and students are invited to a celebration event on Monday, Feb. 1, at 4 p.m. at the Kent Student Center Ballroom, where Kent State President Beverly Warren will shed light on the university’s new brand. There will be food and giveaways at the event.