While most 18-year-olds are finishing up their high school requirements for graduation and making plans to attend college or applying for jobs, a few exceptional students like Benjamin Mudrak are simply way ahead of their peers in their academic pursuits.
While all eyes were on the stage to meet the NFL stars of the future, scores of current and former Kent State students were nearby during the league’s recent draft, which was held in Cleveland April 29 - May 1, 2021.
Kent State University, City Businesses Show Appreciation to Employees For Dedication During Pandemic
Kent State University initiated the Blue, Gold and Grateful program with Main Street Kent to show appreciation to faculty and staff and support participating downtown businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In March 2015, Nick Pizzi hit rock bottom. After receiving his third DUI, he decided to stop drinking. But unfortunately, it was too late. Four months later, before his daughter’s eighth birthday, Pizzi was sentenced to one year in the Ashtabula County jail, where his life would change forever for the positive. On May 14, 2021, he will pick up his bachelor's degree diploma during the 72nd Commencement Ceremony at Kent State University at Ashtabula.
CPM Alumnus and American Vet Reflects on Service in Vietnam and Afghanistan Ahead of Withdrawal Plan
In the darkness, memories of fighting in both Vietnam and Afghanistan blur into a single dream in the restless mind of Don Nicholas, DPM. Nicholas, who was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal, is a Class of 1986 graduate of the College of Podiatric Medicine (CPM), and a rarity in the U.S. military.