KENT — Bryan Gadson of Englewood graduated this spring from Kent State University with a Master of Liberal Studies from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Gadson is among nearly 4700 students who received Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctoral, Associate and Educational Specialist degrees during Kent State’s 2016 Spring Commencement ceremony.
The university congratulates the Spring Class of 2016 and welcomes them into its illustrious family of nearly 230,000 alumni worldwide.
An economic impact study showed that Kent State alumni in Northeast Ohio generated $1.6 billion annually in higher workforce earnings and increased productivity for employers that hire them.
Kent State University, one of the nation’s largest regional campus systems and Ohio’s third largest public university, continues to do what matters – educate and graduate students.
Kent State University is Northeast Ohio’s leading public research university with more than 41,000 students. The university’s eight-campus system is among the largest regional systems in the country. Today, Kent State has become an engine for economic, cultural and workforce development – locally and internationally – as one of the premier Ohio universities. The university is ranked among the nation’s 74 public high-research universities and among the top 76 in community engagement by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.