eInside | e-Inside | April 2, 2018 | Kent State University

Week of April 2, 2018

Kent State University employees play with a Kin-ball as part of several wellness activities offered by the university. Kent State employees will again compete in the national On the Move Challenge for recognition as the Most Active Employer.
On your mark. Get set … BLAM! That’s right. Starting today, Kent State University employees will move more, sit less and thrive through boosting, learning, assessing, moving and sharing (BLAMs).
Pictured are participants at the annual Nutritious and Delicious Gala. Kent State University Dining Services received three outstanding awards at the event for its gluten-free dish.
When Kent State University's Dining Services launched the first gluten-free dining hall on a college campus almost two years ago, its goal was to cater to students and members of the university community who need or prefer gluten-free foods.
Kent State University researchers partnered with other researchers to conduct a study that unveiled differences in the chemical composition of MLB baseballs.
Researchers at Kent State University, in partnership with the Keck School of Medicine of USC, have discovered differences in the chemical composition of MLB baseballs made before and after 2015. 
Area middle school students participate in interactive activities at Kent State University at Geauga.
For faculty members at Kent State University at Geauga, a commitment to stimulating curiosity in the educational process helps secure the future academic success and effective problem-solving abilities of local students.  
Gregory King (center), assistant professor in Kent State’s School of Theatre and Dance, is surrounded by members of the Kent Dance Ensemble. The group will perform at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., in June.
Some Kent State University students will dance their way to Washington, D.C., this summer.

Rick Danals
New Face

Rick Danals

Assistant Dean of Student Engagement
Center for Student Involvement
Kent Campus

Jennifer Larson
Familiar Face

jennifer larson

Professor of Classics
Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies
Kent Campus