eInside - Week of Feb. 26, 2018

Student Ambassadors from Firestone Community Learning Center pose with Kent State deans, Kent State President Beverly J. Warren, Akron Public Schools Superintendent David James and Akron Public Schools administrators.
Three new college and career academies at Akron’s Firestone Community Learning Center will bear the name of Kent State University, as part of a new partnership announced Feb. 21 between the university and Akron Public Schools.
Kent State alumnus Jacob Derwin (third from left) and other cast members of the CBS show “Survivor: Ghost Island” pose for a group photo. (Photo credit: Robert Voets/CBS)
From Long Island to Kent State University and now Ghost Island. That’s the path Kent State University alumnus Jacob Derwin took to become a cast member on the 36th season of the CBS show Survivor.
Pictured are representatives from Kent State University and Akron Public Schools at the event announcing a new academic partnership between both organizations.
Watch highlights from the event announcing Kent State and Akron Public Schools' new academic partnership.
Students Sabrina Barnhart (left) and Brooklyn Bennett (center) get security tips from Gary Bateman, security and safety manager at Kent State University at Trumbull.
It takes the combined efforts of security officers and members of a university community to ensure a safe campus, which is critical to student success.
Kent State University employees Dustin Lee and Jon Jivan enjoy making movies in their spare time.
Surrounded by movie posters, scale models and old filming equipment, Dustin Lee, ’07, and Jon Jivan, ’08, sit in their Kent Campus offices creating video content to promote Kent State University.

Lisa Morde
New Face

lisa (lash) Morde

Office of Experiential Education and Civic Engagement
Kent Campus

Amy Calapa
Familiar Face

amy calapa

Senior Advisor I
College of Business Administration
Kent Campus