Kent State Employees Share Summer Vacation Photos II

Kent State University employees shared some of their favorite summer vacation and staycation photos with e-Inside.

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  • Elaine Robinson, assistant to the vice president for institutional
    advancement, had her 4-year-old grandson, Jojo, in her community
    garden this year. Robinson says, “He has his own picketed ‘plot’
    within my 16x40 foot plot. We are having great fun nurturing the
    plants and seeds, and he is learning to appreciate the growing
    season.”


  • Laure Farnbauch, manager for laboratory resources in the
    Department of Psychological Sciences, spent a week at Nags
    Head, North Carolina, relaxing beachside.


  • Janine Tiffe, faculty member in the School of Music, shared this
    photo of the Kent State University African Ensemble during a trip
    to Glasgow, Scotland, to perform for the International Society for
    Music Education conference. Here the group is experiencing the
    beautiful Scottish Highlands at the Inveraray Castle.


  • Anne Palmieri, web training coordinator with University
    Communications and Marketing, shared this view of Honolulu from
    Diamond Head from a recent trip with her husband. “The reward is
    the view from the top,” she says.


  • Anne Brown, associate vice president
    for business and administrative services,
    shared this photo of Vystavka Dostizheniy
    Narodnogo Khozyaystva (VDNKh) – also
    known as the All-Russian Exhibition Centre, 
    which is located in the northern region of
    Moscow.  

  • Anne Palmieri, web training coordinator with University
    Communications and Marketing, shared this photo of Waikiki​ Beach
    at sunset.
     


  • Jeff Glidden, photographer with University 
    Communications and Marketing, shared this photo
    of the cathedral in Siena.
  • Anne Brown, associate vice president
    for business and administrative services,
    shared this photo of an aerial view of
    Alexander Garden and the Neva River
    from the colonnade of Saint Isaac’s
    Cathedral in St. Petersburg.

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POSTED: Thursday, August 04, 2016 10:01 AM
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