Geauga Campus Women Celebrated as "Mothers, Mentors, and Muses"Posted Mar. 22, 2014
Several Geauga Campus women were recognized on March 14 for making a significant difference in the lives of students or colleagues as part of the annual "Mothers, Mentors and Muses" recognition program. The annual program sponsored by the Kent State University's Women's Center honors women who are nominated in one or more categories below:
″ Mother" – one who has helped "birth" ideas, thoughts and academic endeavors in others, or who serves as a nurturing individual to others
″ Mentor" – one who serves as a trusted counselor, colleague and/or role model
″ Muse" – one who inspires creativity and artistic/academic passion in others
Congratulations to the following Geauga Campus women honored as "Mothers, Mentors and Muses"
Vania Alvarez-Minah, Academic Advisor II
Sue Clement, Associate Professor, Geology
Anne Dalby, Academic Advisor II
Ann Kavanaugh, ADN Program Director
Constance Longmire, Instructor/Outreach Coordinator/Diversity Office
Judy Paternite, Associate Lecturer, Computer Technology
Jennifer Sayre, Director, Enrollment Management and Student Affairs
Velvet Weems-Landingham, Associate Professor
See the full list of 2014 honorees at http://www.kent.edu/womenscenter/events/mothers-mentors-and-muses.cfm.
The Kent State University's Women Center, a division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, facilitates the advancement of and to enhance the quality of educational experience and professional life for women students, faculty and staff of all campuses.