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In this final feature, Kent State University employees shared some of their favorite summer vacation photos with e-Inside.

To show support for local law enforcement officers and staff, Kent State University College of Nursing faculty delivered a breakfast buffet to the Kent and Kent State University police departments on Friday, August 12.  

Barbara Broome, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, dean of Kent State College of Nursing, was joined by Wendy Umberger, Ph.D., RN, PMHCNS-BC, associate dean for graduate programs, to provide a continental breakfast for each of the departments.   

The Increased Difficulty of Concentration

This classic farce done in 30 scenes with no chronological sequence concerns a doctor of philosophy who has a wife, a mistress, and a secretary who’s beautiful legs make it difficult for him to concentrate while she is taking dictation.  Dr. Hummel is juggling demands upon his time: from his abstract philosophical musings, to his women, to the strange pseudo-scientific investigation of self, embodied in the Pazuk.

The Increased Difficulty of Concentration

This classic farce done in 30 scenes with no chronological sequence concerns a doctor of philosophy who has a wife, a mistress, and a secretary who’s beautiful legs make it difficult for him to concentrate while she is taking dictation.  Dr. Hummel is juggling demands upon his time: from his abstract philosophical musings, to his women, to the strange pseudo-scientific investigation of self, embodied in the Pazuk.

The Increased Difficulty of Concentration

This classic farce done in 30 scenes with no chronological sequence concerns a doctor of philosophy who has a wife, a mistress, and a secretary who’s beautiful legs make it difficult for him to concentrate while she is taking dictation.  Dr. Hummel is juggling demands upon his time: from his abstract philosophical musings, to his women, to the strange pseudo-scientific investigation of self, embodied in the Pazuk.

The Increased Difficulty of Concentration

This classic farce done in 30 scenes with no chronological sequence concerns a doctor of philosophy who has a wife, a mistress, and a secretary who’s beautiful legs make it difficult for him to concentrate while she is taking dictation.  Dr. Hummel is juggling demands upon his time: from his abstract philosophical musings, to his women, to the strange pseudo-scientific investigation of self, embodied in the Pazuk.

The Increased Difficulty of Concentration

This classic farce done in 30 scenes with no chronological sequence concerns a doctor of philosophy who has a wife, a mistress, and a secretary who’s beautiful legs make it difficult for him to concentrate while she is taking dictation.  Dr. Hummel is juggling demands upon his time: from his abstract philosophical musings, to his women, to the strange pseudo-scientific investigation of self, embodied in the Pazuk.

The Increased Difficulty of Concentration

This classic farce done in 30 scenes with no chronological sequence concerns a doctor of philosophy who has a wife, a mistress, and a secretary who’s beautiful legs make it difficult for him to concentrate while she is taking dictation.  Dr. Hummel is juggling demands upon his time: from his abstract philosophical musings, to his women, to the strange pseudo-scientific investigation of self, embodied in the Pazuk.

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