Steve Harvey, producer, actor, author and former Kent State University student, is paying it forward by awarding eight of Kent State’s incoming freshmen with scholarships that will cover the total cost of attendance for each student, as well as highlighting the students on a segment of his show.
Steve Harvey shares a joke with the eight scholarship recipients who will be attending Kent State this fall as Sonya Williams (far right) from the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion looks on. (Photo provided by the "Steve" television show)
Kent State alumnus Josh Cribbs, a former star on the football field, will now become a star on the small screen with his wife, Maria. The prominent Cleveland couple will co-host their own local talk show called “Cribbs in the CLE: Josh and Maria Live” beginning this fall on WOIO and WUAB.
Kent State alumnus Josh Cribbs, a former star on the football field, will now become a star on the small screen with his wife, Maria. The couple will co-host their own local talk show called “Cribbs in the CLE: Josh and Maria Live.”
Presented at a ceremony held during the association’s 2019 Annual Meeting in Kansas City, Missouri, the award recognizes a member for outstanding performance in representing the purchasing profession through the written or spoken word by teaching, speaking or publishing.
The exhibit spanned the Lefton Esplanade throughout the spring showcasing large photographs of individuals who fled their home countries and now live in Northeast Ohio. The refugees featured in the display fled their home countries to avoid war, oppression and danger.
Photographs of refugees span across the Lefton Esplanade for the "We the People" exhibit.
Phillip Grant, Jr. grew up in Kent, Ohio, and attends Kent State University as a broadcast journalism major. Considering he has spent the majority of his life in the Tree City, Mr. Grant is the perfect tour guide for WKYC's Danielle Wiggins. Watch as Mr. Grant shows Ms. Wiggins all the town has to offer.
Kent State University President Beverly J. Warren recently presented seven Kent State staff members with the President’s Award of Distinction.
Kent State University President Beverly J. Warren presented seven Kent State staff members with the 2019 President's Award of Distinction. Here, Melissa Sink (right), housekeeping manager, receives a surprise visit from President Warren.