Participating in a Rural Scholars summer workshop on the Kent State Salem Campus were (front, from left): Wendy Pfrenger, Madison Borchardt, Angelica Rogers, Anthony Bell, Kyle Hartman, Calie Sherrill, Hannah DeLand, Morgan Briand, Taylor Myers, Courtney
East Liverpool resident Kelly Bell (center) received the Kent State Golden award from Dean Dr. Steve Nameth (left) and Judy Smit, branch sales manager for Home Savings & Loan. The winning photo is displayed on the wall behind Bell.
With the donated Bobcat are (from left) horticulture students Claire Smith and Samantha Keshock; John Majernik, program director for the horticulture program at Kent State Salem; Butch Bisirri, sales specialist at Leppo Rents; and Dr. Steve Nameth, dean a
Kent State University at East Liverpool is situated just off state Route 11 with stunning views of the Ohio River. The campus is a main focal point in an active and developing Downtown University District. Kent State East Liverpool is composed of Purinton Hall located at 400 E. Fourth St. and the Mary Patterson Building, located at 213 E. Fourth St. Combined with its sister campus, Kent State University at Salem, more than 20 degrees are offered, including 12 bachelor’s degrees. The two campuses serve more than 3,500 students annually.
Kent State Salem
Kent State University at Salem is located just south of the city at 2491 state Route 45 south. Situated on 100-acres, the campus features a lake and nature trails. The campus recently added a multimillion dollar Health and Science Wing, complete with centralized classrooms and new nursing and radiologic and imagining sciences laboratories. Kent State Salem’s second building, the City Center, is located in the heart of downtown Salem at 230 N. Lincoln Ave. It is the site of the former Salem High School and Junior High. Combined with its sister campus, Kent State University at East Liverpool, more than 20 degrees are offered, including 12 bachelor’s degrees. The two campuses serve more than 3,500 students annually.