Crews Appointed as Graduate Student Trustee to Kent State University Board of Trustees
The Kent State University Board of Trustees recently welcomed four new trustees to serve the university including Haley Crews, a graduate student in the College of Arts & Sciences’ Department of Sociology. She was appointed by Gov. Mike DeWine to a two-year term as the graduate student trustee.
Crews is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in sociology at Kent State and her research interests include social psychology, neurosociology, and higher education. She earned her B.S. in Neuroscience and Sociology from the University of Mount Union.
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The Board (13 members, nine of whom are voting members) is the governing body of Kent State, responsible for selecting and appointing the president; setting the operating budget; approving personnel appointments; granting all degrees awarded by the university, including honorary degrees; establishing tuition and fee rates; approving contracts; and approving university policies, new programs and degrees.
Kent State’s Board of Trustees appointed by the governor of the state of Ohio, with the advice and consent of the state Senate, to nine-year terms of office. Two student trustees, one undergraduate and one graduate, are appointed by the governor to two-year terms of office.