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Adaptation Eases an Evolving Career Path in Nursing for Kent State Geauga Alum
Bryan Murfello has always been fascinated by the medical field because, as he says, “It’s a career choice that is ever evolving and changing.”
Considering that the scope of career options in medicine is so varied, he has been on a journey of exploration and discovery since graduating from high school. Kent State Geauga has helped Murfello to evolve and change as he navigates a fulfilling career path in modern medicine.
Mother-Daughter Duo Go Through Kent State Geauga Nursing Program Together
Ronda McCaskey and Caitlyn Horvath are best friends who went through the nursing program together and graduated one year apart with Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees from Kent State University’s Geauga Campus. Now they are both intensive care nurses. But they also happen to be mother and daughter.
For mom Ronda, nursing was a life calling that got deferred by early marriage and raising a family; for daughter Caitlyn, nursing was an unexpected discovery made along the way.
Student Spotlight on Hannah Berman at Kent State Geauga and the Regional Academic Center
Hannah Berman is "just" a college sophomore pursuing a finance major and data analytics minor at Kent State Geauga’s College Of Business Administration, but she also happens to be working for the Federal Government as a U.S Commercial Service Intern.
Kent State Geauga Awarded as Economic Development Generator by Geauga Growth Partnership
Kent State University Geauga Campus is being recognized as the 2019 recipient of the Geauga Growth Partnership’s Frank Samuel Distinguished Service Award for “relentless determination, diligence and dedication” and for making “significant contributions to enhance the value, quality, effectiveness, and stature of the Geauga Growth Partnership.”
Named for GGP’s founding president, this annual award recognizes prolonged service and outstanding achievement by a GGP member or organization which embodies the following:
Kent State Geauga Alum Returns to Teach Middle School in Hometown
Whoever said, “You can never go home again” didn’t know Nathan Pilarczyk.
Within a span of five years, he graduated from his small hometown school in Orwell, went off to college at Ohio University, transferred to Kent State Geauga for his Middle Childhood Education degree, and now has come full circle to Grand Valley Middle School — not as a student this time, but as a teacher and coach.