Kent State Employees Share Summer Vacation Photos I
Kent State University employees shared some of their favorite summer vacation and staycation photos with e-Inside. Read the next issue of e-Inside to see more photos.
Anne Brown, associate vice president
for business and administrative services,
shared this photo of a late night view of
St. Basil’s Cathedral in Red Square,
Jeff Glidden, photographer with University
Communications and Marketing, shared this
photo of “The Triumph of History Over Time”
by Anton Raphael Mengs, a ceiling fresco in
the Camera dei Papiri, Vatican Library, 1772.
Bryan Bassett, associate applications developer with the
Division of Information Services, shared this photo of the vacation
he took at Hocking Hills right before he started his new job at Kent
State. Bassett says, “It was very relaxing and remote. The cabin was
a quarter mile into the woods. There wasn’t another person to be
seen as far as the eyes could see. I enjoyed the peace and comfort
this cabin provided me. The time to reflect and look forward at what
was to come was very enlightening.”
Victoria Wesig, senior secretary with the Division of Institutional
Advancement, shared this photo from her trip to Alaska in May at
Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau. Wesig says, “The glacier is right
behind me. I was promoting Kent State by wearing my shirt, and
lots of people made comments about either knowing about Kent
State or knowing someone who graduated from here.”
Laure Farnbauch, manager for laboratory resources in the
Department of Psychological Sciences, spent a week at Nags
Head, North Carolina, relaxing beachside. Farnbauch says, “While
taking in the beautiful sunrise, I was able to see pelicans diving and
Anne Palmieri, web training coordinator with University
Communications and Marketing, shared this photo from a recent
trip with her husband to the island of Oahu in Hawaii. Pictured is
the view from their beach house on Lanaiki Beach.
Josiah Murphy Deeter, secretary in the Department of Modern
and Classical Languages, shared this photo taken with two Chinese
friends at the U.S. Capitol on July 18.
Anne Palmieri, web training coordinator, took this photo of the
Kukaniloko Birthing Stones, where the royal family gave birth,
during a recent trip to the island of Oahu in Hawaii.