Fit for Life Summer

Formerly the Faculty/Staff Exercise Program, this workshop is open to Kent State University staff, faculty, students and the public in a supervised exercise setting. The purpose of this exercise program is to improve your fitness and health through knowledge, diet, and exercise, as well as, help reduce the cardiovascular risk factors. Enhance your health and well-being while having fun with your co-workers, family members, and friends. 

Fit for Life Summer

Formerly the Faculty/Staff Exercise Program, this workshop is open to Kent State University staff, faculty, students and the public in a supervised exercise setting. The purpose of this exercise program is to improve your fitness and health through knowledge, diet, and exercise, as well as, help reduce the cardiovascular risk factors. Enhance your health and well-being while having fun with your co-workers, family members, and friends. 

Photo of Min-Ho KimThe National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded Kent State University’s Min-Ho Kim, Ph.D., assistant professor of biological sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences, a $1,842,350 five-year grant. The grant from the NIH’s National Institute of Nursing Research is to develop “nanobombs,” a nanotechnology-based therapeutic platform that can treat biofilm infection in chronic wounds. 

The semester ended on a high note for Kent State University’s contemporary a cappella singing group.

Dressed in their blue and gold, the Kent Clarks recently shared their talent on the plaza of NBC’s “Today Show.”

The Kent State University Press received a 2015 PROSE Award in the Single Volume – Humanities & Social Sciences category for “Wearable Prints, 1760-1860: History, Materials, and Mechanics” by Susan W. Greene. Sponsored by the Association of American Publishers, the PROSE Awards annually recognize the very best in professional and scholarly publishing by bringing attention to distinguished books, journals and electronic content in more than 40 categories.

Joseph Pritchard of Washingtonville received the prestigious Anna Ulen Engleman Creative Writing Award from the Kent State University English Department. He is a junior at the Kent State Salem Campus, majoring in English.

Along with his application for the award, Pritchard submitted a poem for consideration. He will be published in the June issue of Wordgathering (www.wordgathering.com). 

East Liverpool – Students from Kent State East Liverpool’s occupational therapy assistant program and the physical therapist assistant program recently participated in outreach projects to help make the city a little brighter.

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