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Company Overview of Kent State University
Kent State University is an educational institution that offers academic research programs focusing on certificate, associate, bachelor's, master's, educational specialist, and doctoral levels. The institution provides degrees in arts, sciences, communication and information, health and human services, and technology. Additionally, it offers courses in nursing, financial engineering, and digital sciences. Kent State University was formerly known as The Kent State Normal School and changed its name in 1935. The institution was founded in 1910 and is based in Kent, Ohio.
1500 Horning Road
Kent, OH 44242
Founded in 1910
Key Executives for Kent State University
Dean of Kent State’s College of Public Health
Secretary to the Board of Trustees and Trustee
General Counsel and Vice President of Human Resources
Vice President for University Relations and Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Kent State University Key Developments
Kent State University Hires Nick Gattozzi as New Executive Director of Government and Community Relations, Effective August 1, 2015
Jul 1 15
Kent State University has hired Nick Gattozzi as its new executive director of government and community relations. He comes to Kent State from the Greater Cleveland Partnership where he served as vice president of government advocacy since 2006. He will join the university August 1, 2015 and report directly to President Beverly Warren. Gattozzi previously has worked as district director for the home office of U.S. Sen. George Voinovich and deputy director of communications for the Industrial Commission of Ohio.
Kent State University Hires Paul E. DiCorleto as Vice President
Jun 19 15
Kent State University has hired a new vice president to oversee the school's efforts to boost research funding and projects. Paul E. DiCorleto, 64, who heads the Lerner Research Institute at the Cleveland Clinic and molecular medicine department at Case Western Reserve University, will join Kent State in August.
Kent State University Names Jeffery L. McLain as Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Apr 20 15
Kent State University has named Jeffery L. McLain, CFRE, as its new vice president for institutional advancement following an extensive national search. McLain comes to Kent State from Louisiana State University where he served as senior vice president of the LSU Foundation. He joins Kent State on May 15. McLain also served as the LSU Foundation's vice president for development from 2005 until his promotion to senior vice president in 2013. During his tenure, LSU's fundraising highlights included the successful completion of a $750-million campaign, new records in annual giving and implementation of a principal gift program.
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