eInside | April 3, 2017 | Kent State University

Week of April 3, 2017

Kent State University staff members take part in Alumni Day of Service.
What better way can Kent State University alumni make a difference in their community than by volunteering with fellow Golden Flashes?
Kent State senior and track star Richard Dahome clears a hurdle.
It all comes down to a fraction of a second. Who can push off the block first? Who can jump the highest? Who will cross the finish line ahead of everyone else?
Metin Eren, Ph.D, director of archaeology and an assistant professor of anthropology in Kent State University’s College of Arts and Sciences, prepares to fire a replica arrowhead in a special lab in Lowry Hall.
Kent State archaeologist Metin Eren, Ph.D, is using an experimental approach to dig deeper into Ohio's history by recreating ancient artifacts and weaponry with clay to better understand how humans lived thousands of years ago. 
Twelve-year-old Jameson Payne attends a class at Kent State University’s Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg.
In Ohio, most seventh graders are learning earth and space science, physical science and life science in a middle school classroom. But Jameson Payne is not like most kids his age. 
Kent State University junior Josh Looser received the Red Cross Acts of Courage Award after successfully performing the Heimlich maneuver on a woman who was choking last year.
Joshua Looser, a junior entrepreneurship major, received the Red Cross Acts of Courage Award after successfully performing the Heimlich maneuver on a woman who was choking last year.

Alexa Doutt
New Face

ALEXA DOUTT

Associate Director, Advancement, College of Business Administration
​ Division of Institutional Advancement
Kent Campus

Joe Belinsky Jr
Familiar Face

Joe Belinsky Jr.

Certified Business Advisor and Assistant Professor of Business 
Small Business Development Center​
Tuscarawas Campus