Person's Name
Familiar Face

molly sergi

Department of History
Kent State University at Geauga

Person's Name
New Face

walter robins

Associate Applications Developer
Platform and Integration Solutions, Information Services
Kent Campus

Barbara Broome, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, dean of Kent State’s College of Nursing, joined an elite group of healthcare professionals featured in the 2016 Faces of Care, a Greater Cleveland Nurses Association (GCNA) supplement to Cleveland MagazineFaces of Care honors area nurses who have made significant contributions to the community.

Evan Faidley, graduate assistant in the Exploratory Advising Center, in partnership with Tracy Lara-Hilton, Ph.D., School of Foundation, Leadership and Administration, made several presentations in Europe showcasing Career Navigation courses.

Chris Venable, College of Communication and Information, reviewed the book "The Undecided College Student: An Academic and Career Advising Challenge" by Gordon and Steele in NACADA Journal, Rich Robbins and Leigh Shaffer (Eds.). Vol. 36, Issue 1, (2016).

Searching for summertime fun for you and the family at bargain rates? Maybe a day trip to Cedar Point or Kings Island? How about an afternoon at the Cleveland or Akron zoo? Or catch a performance of the hit musical Hamilton at Playhouse Square?

Best-selling Author and Internationally Renowned Health and Fitness Expert Visits Kent State July 27

Sean Foy, internationally renowned authority on fitness, weight management and healthy living, will bring his upbeat, positive and sensible approach to Kent State University. All full- and part-time faculty and staff are invited to meet Foy, who will be presenting on the Kent Campus and at Kent State University at Trumbull.   

Main Street Kent Announces Kent Potterfest on July 30

Kent Potterfest will be an opportunity for Harry Potter fans of all ages to come together and celebrate the release of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the latest book in the Harry Potter series, on Saturday, July 30, from 6 p.m.-midnight (or 1 a.m., if you plan to get the book just after midnight, as it becomes available July 31). A limited number of books can be reserved at Off the Wagon in downtown Kent.