Kent State’s Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative Receives National Sustainability Award
Kent State University is a lead partner in a collaborative effort to address population decline and large-scale urban vacancy in Cleveland. The initiative Re-imagining a More Sustainable Cleveland has been selected to receive the American Planning Association’s (APA) 2012 National Planning Excellence Award for Innovation in Best Practices for Sustaining Places.read more
Openings Still Available for Division of Human Resources Lunch and Learn Seminar on Feb. 28Posted Feb. 27, 2012
Seats are still available for the Division of Human Resources’ Lunch and Learn seminar on Tuesday, Feb. 28, at noon, in room 318 at the Kent Student Center.
In recognition of National Heart Month, the session will take an in-depth look at heart-healthy ways to eat and decrease your risk of cardiovascular disease. A healthy lunch will be served at no cost to the participants.
The seminar will be presented by Anika Avery-Grant, a registered and licensed dietitian and an adjunct professor at Kent State University at Geauga. She also teaches at Ursuline College, has worked as a clinical dietitian for the past 15 years and has published two books, The Vegetarian Female and Eating Meatless on Dialysis.
The lunch is limited to 20 participants. Faculty or staff interested in attending must register online.
Continuing education credits are available upon request. The Lunch and Learn session is sponsored by Impact, which is the university’s employee assistance program.
The Division of Human Resources’ new wellness program will take place monthly.
For more information, contact Rachael Decker, university wellness coordinator, at email@example.com.