Kent State Magazine: Fall 2016
ON THE COVER:
From Two Places at Once: "Ohio has been good to me," says Felix Kumah-Abiwu, PhD, assistant professor of Pan-African studies, who grew up in Ghana and found a home at Kent State. "My story has been a roller coaster, but you have opportunity here." Read more about Kumah-Abiwu and other members of our international community.
Photo: Melissa Olson
Kent State University celebrated the grand opening of the Center for Architecture and Environmental Design this fall. See this iconic new addition to the Kent Campus.
Golden Flashes come from all corners of the globe. Meet a dozen Kent State international students, faculty, staff and alumni who share stories of their past and the transformative experiences that set them on a new path.
by Laura Billings Coleman
Can digital devices help us discover more about the world? Kent State educational technologist Richard Ferdig, PhD, explores teaching and learning for the 21st century.
by Justin Glanville, Photographs by Billy Delfs
Former addict Anita Bradley ’95, founder of the Northern Ohio Recovery Association, helps others navigate the road to recovery.
by Allen Moff
Jordan Tozzi ’14 gained a national following on LegionReport.com, a fantasy sports website he founded with his brother. Plus tips on how you can win your fantasy football league.
Reader responses to magazine content or comments on KSU–related topics
President Beverly Warren on meaningful voice, plus quotes from some of her recent speeches
Map Library: Selections from the over 270,000 maps, 2,000 atlases and more reference material from Kent State's Map Library
by David Carducci
Cinderella Season: Looking back at the 2001-02 Kent State men's basketball team and their well-remembered trip to the NCAA finals
Jaclyn Y. Garver, BS '05, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, shares her poem "Sunset."