Staff council makes blankets for charity

Members of the Kent State University Staff Council (KSU-SC) gathered on Nov. 14, 2022, to make blankets for The Haven of Portage County. The Kent State University Staff Council provides a platform for classified and unclassified staff to share ideas and information, and communicate on issues and topics that affect staff and the broader university community. Staff Council efforts are purposefully geared towards providing greater visibility for staff, engendering a more understanding and caring work environment and a sense of community among staff, students, faculty and senior administrators.

If you are interested in organizing a volunteer event, contact Maggie Allphin, graduate assistant for Community Engaged Learning. To learn more about the Staff Council, visit the KSU-SC webpage.

Members of Kent State Staff Council hold blankets they've made for The Haven in Kent

Pictured (top left to right): Judy Yasenosky, assistant director, Chapter and Volunteer Programs; Jeanne Semilia, special assistant, Academic Diversity Outreach; Ashley Maher, assistant director, Academic Partnerships; Alana Thompson, assistant director, Student Financial Aid; Phil Nelson, instructional designer, College of Nursing; (bottom left to right): Susan Kieklak, academic program coordinator, Biological Sciences; Janene Jones, special assistant, College of Architecture & Environmental Design.

POSTED: Tuesday, November 22, 2022 08:49 AM
Updated: Tuesday, February 07, 2023 03:22 PM