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Public Hearing for Kent State University Police Department’s Reaccreditation to be Held Aug. 12

The Kent State University Police Department is scheduled for an on-site assessment as part of a program to achieve international reaccreditation. As a part of the on-site assessment, agency employees and members of the community are invited to offer comments at a public information hearing on Monday, Aug. 12, at 5:30 p.m.

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Your Best Vacation Photos II

Posted Aug. 5, 2013

Kent State faculty and staff members submitted their best vacation photos in response to a call for photos for e-Inside. Watch out for more photos in the next issue of e-Inside.

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University photographer Bob Christy took this photo of a
shell on New Providence Island, near Nassau, toward
the eastern end of the island during a trip to The Bahamas.
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Math Professor Stephen Gagola, Jr. submitted this photo
of his son Stephen Gagola, III, a Kent State math alumnus,
who was in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for a math conference.
In this photo, a beggar pokes the elbow of Gagola's son
who was visiting Sao Paulo with a colleague (left).

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Pictured is Eric Mansfield, executive director for media
relations, and his wife, Lisa, at Kelleys Island.
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Elaine Robinson, assistant to the vice president for
institutional advancement, submitted this photo and says
"on the streets of Havana [Cuba], seeing vintage cars
everywhere was a step back in time to the 1950s."

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Sandra Montgomery, prospect tracking
manager with the Prospect Management
and Research office, submitted this photo
showing a beautiful view of gardens in
Barbados during her second honeymoon
in 2013.
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Pictured above is a view of the Rio de
Janeiro coastline, submitted by Stephen
Gagola, Jr.
from his son's visit to the area.