Trumbull's Emens recognized at 2014 Celebration of Engagement & ServicePosted Apr. 16, 2014
Kent State University at Trumbull’s Susan Emens, Ph.D., term regional fellow, business management, was recognized at the 2014 Celebration of Engagement and Service, sponsored by the Office of Experiential Education & Civic Engagement (OEECE), April 10 at Moulton Hall Ballroom.
The event recognized and celebrated faculty, students, and staff who committed their time and talents to address community needs through course-based experiential learning and service activities. The event also hosted a display of model service activities that have provided academic experiences to students. The event also provided a chance to formally recognize outstanding service by members of the KSU community.
Emens was one of 19 faculty members recognized with a Faculty Commitments Award for her work with the student business group Enactus, as well as the partnership that group has developed with the Warren-based Inspiring Minds organization.
Deryk Toles, the found of Inspiring Minds, was also recognized at the event with an Outstanding Community Partner Award, which recognizes the efforts of campus and community based partners who have assisted Kent State in the engagement of students in meaningful out-of-the-classroom learning experiences.