SCHEDULE FOR ALUMNI WEEKEND 2014
FRIDAY, JUNE 6
Enjoy a day of golf, see how campus and downtown have changed and then end your day at a free concert.
A Day at the Links (Recreational Golf)
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Kent State Golf Course
Event included in all-inclusive weekend package or purchase separately for $45
Join the alumni association for A Day at the Links! Kick-off Alumni Weekend with a day of recreational golf at the Kent State Golf Course. Registration fee includes 18-holes of golf, cart, continental breakfast, unlimited beer, soda, coffee, water, hot dog lunch and a special gift.
Course information: 18 hole regulation length course, 70 par, 5,389 yards, 64.9 rating, 107 slope.
Crooked River Adventures
100 Stow St., Kent
Kayak $15, Canoe $25
Separate preregistration required by calling 330-541-7467.
Two mile canoe or kayak trip down the Cuyahoga River. Please mention Alumni Weekend for a discounted rate.
Campus and Downtown Tour
Bus departs from Moulton Hall
Free for Alumni Weekend attendees. Preregistration required.
Catalina Drive Concert
Kent Student Center, Student Green
Free outdoor concert with classic and modern rock songs.
SATURDAY, JUNE 7
Enjoy classes without quizzes at Alumni College! Co-sponsored by the Kent Student University Department of Recreational Services, learn how to become mentally and physically healthier.
Kent State Student Recreation and Wellness Center
The all-inclusive weekend package includes Alumni College or purchase separately for $50.
Check-In at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center
Optional Fitness Activities
Hoop fit and restorative yoga group exercise combination class featuring a high energy, low impact hula hoop workout followed by restorative yoga. Or, enjoy a self-led walk on an indoor track. Participants should bring session-specific comfortable workout clothes. A water bottle, towel and comfortable walking shoes are also recommended. Locker room facilities will be available for guests.
Maria Schneider, '86, Kent State University Alumni Association President
Multi-Tasking: Why Your Brain Can't Do it and What You Should Do About That
Brunch with Keynote Speaker Earl Miller, '85, Professor of Neuroscience, MIT
Meditation for Blood Pressure Control: Recent Evidence and Future Directions
Joel Hughes and David Fresco, Department of Psychology Associate Professors
The Good, the Bad, the Ugly...and, the Superb: Why Do Leaders Range from Outstanding to Toxic
Ken Zakariasen, College of Public Health Professor
Interactive Wellness Session
Take part in chair massages, fitness assessments, group exercise demos, nutrition discussions, cooking demos and more.