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$1,000 Kent State Grant Establishes Kent State Geauga Mental Health & Wellness Center
The Kent State University Geauga Campus Wellness Club, in conjunction with Counseling Services, recently received a $1,000 Seeds of Wellness Grant from Kent State University. The grant is designed to benefit the entire Kent State Geauga student body with the establishment of a new Mental Health & Wellness Center.
Faculty Spotlight on Art History Adjunct Lecturer Carol P. Kropp
When the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris went up in flames earlier this spring, it shocked the world. It should continue to serve as a wake-up call, says Adjunct Art History Lecturer Carol P. Kropp at Kent State University Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg. It reminds us that we take things of beauty (and people) for granted until they’re suddenly removed from our midst.
Future Nurses Get Ahead by Giving Back at Kent State Geauga
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program at Kent State University Geauga Campus is a rigorous academic environment that requires serious discipline, study, practice, and testing. It’s also an intimate environment of friends, instructors, and mentors who support each other from one challenge to the next, and inspire one another to reach out for the benefit of others. As a student association, they give back to the community through fundraising, strengthening the nursing program for future students and charitable outreach throughout the region.
Investing in Future Leaders with AHLI Program Partnership
“This is why they go into education! Our instructors are eager to share their knowledge and to spark interest among students in a significant, meaningful way.”
This comment by Kent State Geauga and Regional Academic Center Assistant Dean Dr. Susan Emens could apply to the faculty’s approach to Kent State University students at the Geauga Campus, but she is actually referring to their involvement with area seventh-graders who participate in the Arthur Holden Leadership Institute (AHLI).