Kent State Employees Share Summer Vacation Photos III

In this final feature, Kent State University employees shared some of their favorite summer vacation photos with e-Inside. Thank you to all who submitted photos.

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  • Isaac Richmond Nettey, associate dean for the College of
    Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology, shared this
    photo from the opening ceremony of the Rio 2016 Olympics. 


  • Mary Kellermann, senior lecturer and coordinator in the
    Department of Mathematical Sciences, shared this photo of the
    sunset in Phoenix, Arizona. 

  • Isaac Richmond Nettey, associate dean for the College of
    Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology, shared this
    photo of Team U.S.A. from the opening ceremony of the Rio 2016
    Olympics.

  • Mary Kellermann, senior lecturer and coordinator in the
    Department of Mathematical Sciences, shared this photo of the
    Prescott Courthouse in Prescott, Arizona.

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    Isaac Richmond Nettey, associate dean for the
    College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and
    Technology, shared this photo from a family wedding
    in England, during a trip to London and Bristol.
     
  • Mary Kellermann, senior lecturer and coordinator in the
    Department of Mathematical Sciences, shared this photo of the
    Prescott Mountains in Prescott, Arizona.


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POSTED: Thursday, August 11, 2016 10:43 AM
UPDATED: Friday, April 19, 2024 06:20 AM

The Kent State University Board of Trustees today established a comprehensive, national search to recruit and select the university’s 13th president.

 

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