Win a Free Starbucks Gift CardPosted Sept. 3, 2012
Kent State Connects, a new Kent State University faculty and staff blog that gives Kent State employees the opportunity to have online peer-to-peer conversations around a variety of topics, will formally launch tomorrow, Sept. 4. Visit www.kentstateconnects.com today to learn more about the blog, the commenting policy and to familiarize yourself with some of the bloggers who will be contributing content.
Be one of the *first five Kent State employees to subscribe to the blog with a kent.edu email and win a free $10 Starbucks gift card. By subscribing to the blog, you will receive email alerts when a new post has been published to the site. To subscribe, enter your email in the “Email Signup” field on the blog website.
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Visit www.kentstateconnects.com tomorrow, Sept. 4, to read your colleagues’ blog posts. The *first faculty or staff member to comment on a blog post will receive a $10 Starbucks gift card.
A Preview of the Sept. 4 Blog Posts
Lindsay Kuntzman, assistant director of marketing with Kent State’s Alumni Relations department, writes:
“Having attended Kent State as both an undergraduate and graduate student, the connections I developed first on campus were centered around student activities and classes. After graduating and spending some time working in the corporate world, coming back to work for my alma mater in the department of Alumni Relations has given me a chance to further develop connections, both professional and personal, at Kent State.”
Also, read Bob Burford’s account of his struggle with his weight and the journey he underwent in shedding the pounds. Burford, marketing/external relations coordinator with University Communications and Marketing, and weekend announcer for WKSU, says:
“Two years ago I visited Memphis with a group of old college pals. It was my first time in the city, and we had a great time visiting music landmarks such as Sun Studios, Stax Records and, of course, Graceland. But my long weekend was marred by health problems. A few days before departing, my right foot began to swell up. As an extremely overweight guy, I was used to swollen feet, but this was much more serious.”
Visit www.kentstateconnects.com tomorrow (Sept. 4) to read more from Kuntzman and Burford. Subscribe to the blog and leave a comment for them.
*Bloggers and staff members of University Communications and Marketing and the Division of Human Resources are ineligible for this promotional offering.