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Alumni Association Features Successes from 2013Posted Jan. 20, 2014 | Adam Zaleski
Year in Review Document Highlights Association Achievements
The Kent State University Alumni Association reached new heights in 2013 in terms of attendance at association-sponsored events, sustained growth of alumni communications and increased volunteer participation. To highlight the numerous accomplishments during the past year, the Alumni Association has created a document for its members and friends: the 2013 Year in Review.
“Thanks to the unwavering support of our many members, volunteers and campus partners, the alumni association was able to achieve great success this year,” says Lori Randorf, assistant vice president for alumni relations. “This document provides a recap of the association’s various activities during 2013.”
To read the 2013 Year in Review document, visit www.ksualumni.org/2013review. Additionally, a video recap of the alumni association’s activities in 2013 is available at www.ksualumni.org/2013VideoRecap. Faculty and staff members interested in becoming a member of the Kent State University Alumni Association should visit www.ksualumni.org/jointoday.