eInside - Week of July 4, 2016

A Kent State University professor in the College of Education, Health and Human Services has designed a piece of equipment that sets the bar for exercise therapy higher.
Kent State University reaffirmed its relationship with the city of Kent by hosting two town-gown events on the Kent Campus.
What happens to your old electronics? Electronics waste, or e-waste, frequently contains hazardous materials that if improperly disposed of can cause severe human and environmental health impacts.
Kent State University at Salem horticulture students are continuing to help make an important historical landmark in East Liverpool more attractive and inviting to local motorists.
It is summer vacation season again, and e-Inside wants to feature some of your best vacation or staycation photos, including selfies.

Person's Name
New Face

keith smith

Cooperative Education Coordinator
Office of Experiential Education and Civic Engagement
Kent Campus

Person's Name
Familiar Face

amanda evans

Performing Arts Librarian and Assistant Professor
Performing Arts Library, University Libraries
Kent Campus