eInside | Dec. 4, 2017 | Kent State University

Week of Dec. 4, 2017

Members of Kent State Police Services load frozen turkeys for Kent Social Services into a police vehicle.
Officers from Kent State University Police Services donated frozen turkeys and gift cards to Kent Social Services for local families in need over the holiday season.
Cameron Lee, Ph.D., (left) and Scott Sheridan, Ph.D., (right) from Kent State University’s Department of Geography have teamed up to secure two research grants to study climate change and weather patterns.
A pair of Kent State University geographers have teamed up to secure two research grants totaling more than $550,000 for separate projects to study climate change and weather patterns.
Kent State University’s Giving Tuesday 2017 doubled the 2016 campaign – hitting more than $1 million just before midnight on Tuesday, Nov. 28.
Kent State University’s Giving Tuesday 2017 doubled the 2016 campaign – hitting more than $1 million just before midnight on Tuesday, Nov. 28. Please watch Kent State President Beverly Warren's heartfelt thank you video to learn just how much of an impact donors' generous support made on Giving Tuesday.
Kent State University at Ashtabula Dean Susan Stocker and Kim Laurello, co-owner of Laurello Vineyards, showcase the first two Kent State Ashtabula wines, which will be bottled by students as part of a unique partnership between the school and the winery.
Kent State University at Ashtabula is partnering with Laurello Vineyards to expand the educational opportunities for students in its wine degree programs.
Nathan Ritchey, Ph.D., vice president for Kent State System Integration, works on a vintage loom that he acquired from a garage sale.
When it comes to finding new hobbies, Nathan Ritchey, Ph.D., vice president for Kent State System Integration, is an expert. His many hobbies include beekeeping, woodworking, welding, collecting and restoring antiques, and playing piano and guitar.