eInside | Oct. 30, 2017 | Kent State University

Week of Oct. 30, 2017

Students at Kent State University’s College of Podiatric Medicine work in the Foot and Ankle Clinic.
Kent State University's College of Podiatric Medicine is teaming up with the Cleveland Foot and Ankle Clinic to help reach a segment of the population that may not otherwise receive care for wounds that fail to heal.
Kent State Geology Professor Joseph Ortiz, Ph.D., and undergraduate student Andrew Congdon take a few moments between collecting measurements of surface reflectance in Sandusky Bay. (Photo credit: Sunny Dickerson, Bowling Green State University)
Thanks to a NASA grant recently secured by researchers from Kent State and other local universities, techniques to identify harmful algal blooms in and around Lake Erie will soon be implemented. 
Kent State University President Beverly Warren addresses the university community during her annual State of the University Address in the Kent Student Center Kiva.
Kent State University President Beverly Warren delivered the State of the University Address on Tuesday, Oct. 17. She inspired the university community to embrace the upcoming academic year as the “Year of Innovation.”
Freshman respiratory therapy student Hayley Sichko displays the new MetaNeb equipment.
Kent State University at Ashtabula received a new $5,000 respiratory therapy equipment grant from Hill-Rom, a manufacturer for medical devices, that will provide students with a new learning opportunity.
Kent State Lecturer Ellen Daniels is contributing to a national effort to boost the monarch butterfly population.
Kent State Lecturer Ellen Daniels' hobby is more than just something to pass the time – she is contributing to a nationwide effort to help boost the dwindling monarch butterfly population.

Cory Boveington
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cory Boveington

Associate Applications Developer
University College, Information Technology
Kent Campus

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Kristin L. Williams

Executive Director
Career Exploration and Development
Kent Campus