“With the support of the Roe Green Foundation, the university will continue to serve Roe’s vision and honor her legacy with creative excellence,” said John Crawford-Spinelli, dean of the College of the Arts at Kent State.
Roe Green once again making wishes come true for current and future generations of students.
Thanks to the benevolence of others, friends and family can now have a seat on a swing beside Rockwell Hall, and quietly reflect on fallen Kent State fashion major, Taylor Pifer, who had a tremendous impact on their lives.
“George and Mary Jane both have a passion and desire to advance scientific discovery,” said Kent State President Beverly J. Warren. “We are so pleased they recognize and appreciate Kent State’s upward trajectory ... and have chosen to support the recruitment and retention of talented faculty members.”
George R. Newkome, Ph.D., a two-time Kent State University alumnus, smiles with Kent State President Beverly J. Warren.
Kent State University College of Nursing honored more than 20 northeastern Ohio medical professionals, known as preceptors, at the Twelfth Annual Barbara Donaho Distinguished Leadership in Learning Awards on Wednesday, April 11. Nominated by nursing students, faculty and staff, the award recognizes exceptional nurses, physicians and healthcare administrators for generously donating their time to mentor and train Kent State’s nursing students in clinical settings.
Barbara Donaho, far right front, sits with the 2018 recipients of the Barbara Donaho Distinguished Leadership in Learning Award.
As part of Kent State’s Presidential Speaker Series, Dan Rather will speak at Kent State MAC Center Friday, May 4 at 7 p.m. Tickets are free and open to the public but must be reserved; two tickets may be reserved per email address.
Kent State University has a long and rich history of service and philanthropy. It’s such an essential part of our university’s culture and success that beginning this year, we’re dedicating a week to celebrate it, and the people who support us.
Two Kent State University students help turn leftover food into meals for the needy in the Campus Kitchen at Kent State.
EHHS scholarships benefitting science and math students, endowed by Bill and Trudy Ausfahl, will financially support students’ ability to attend Kent State in perpetuity. But their support is also having a lasting impact on the scholarship recipients’ future purpose as well.
Bill and Trudy Ausfahl, Brooke Clucas and Kyle Anderson
"Anyone who graduated from Kent State has the opportunity to think back on their lives while they were involved, and to decide whether it was important to them. Kent State made a commitment to me long before I decided to support others at the university.” - Bill Asbury, '64