Todd Kamenash | Feb. 01, 2016 | Kent State University

Familiar Face

Todd Kamenash

Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct
Office of Student Conduct
Kent Campus

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Community liaison with the city of Kent and Kent State University. Participation and facilitation of community meetings, work with students on being good neighbors, safety awareness and reducing high-risk parties. Oversee and participate in recruitment and training of hearing officers (academic and student conduct), facilitation of academic and student conduct hearings, update the Code of Student Conduct, and outreach to university community to assist in compliance with the code.

WORKED AT KENT STATE SINCE:

March 2010

EMPLOYMENT PRIOR TO KENT STATE UNIVERSITY:

University at Buffalo, the State University of New York, as the coordinator of the comprehensive fee, assistant ombudsman/students’ advocate, assistant and associate director of judicial affairs.

LIKES MOST ABOUT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY:

The people who have been dedicated to putting students first, working hard to do the right thing, and role modeling these priorities as a career and lifestyle.

ATTRACTION TO KENT STATE UNIVERSITY AS AN EMPLOYER:

It was a promotional opportunity with the promise of support, which has happily been the reality.

RESIDES IN:

Ravenna, Ohio

HOMETOWN:

Various cities, but most recently Buffalo, New York

EDUCATION:

B.S. Business Administration/Marketing and Master of Education/Higher Education – College Student Services and Development from University at Buffalo, the State University of New York

HOBBIES:

Enjoying family time with my wife and kids as the kids start getting involved in sports and the community, reading an eclectic variety of books, volleyball (once upon a time), and 80s/90s pop culture