New Laptop Computers, Cart for Salem Campus

 

The Salem Community Foundation recently donated more than $51,000 to the Kent State Salem Campus for the purchase of 45 new laptop computers, as well as a charging cart. 

The computers are Dell Latitiude 5490 XCTO models and are used by faculty for testing and instruction of students in all majors. The charging cart allows the laptops to be recharged after each use, while securely stored.

“With this donation, the Salem Community Foundation again demonstrated its support of our mission to put students first and to provide educational opportunities for our community members,” noted Dr. David Dees, dean and chief administrative officer of the Kent State Columbiana County campuses. “This is a significant contribution to our campus, because these computers are used every day by students and faculty members in the classrooms.”


Cutline A: Shown with the new laptop cart and laptop computers are (from left) John Tosti, president of the SCF Board of Directors; Melissa Costa, grants coordinator for the SCF; Hannah Schultheis, a student worker studying early childhood education and human development/family studies; and Dr. David Dees, dean.

Cutline B: Dean David Dees demonstrates how the charging cart works to energize the 45 new laptop computers.
 

POSTED: Thursday, May 30, 2019 - 2:05pm
UPDATED: Thursday, May 30, 2019 - 2:24pm