The Kent State University School of Technology has a full slate of activities involving faculty, staff, students and alumni. The unofficial Technology Day begins with the second School Alumni Council breakfast, which takes place at 10:30 a.m. April 26 in the KSU Student Center, Room 303. The breakfast is open to all technology graduates and their guests, as well as friends of the school. Following the breakfast, guests will have an opportunity to tour the Kent campus. In the afternoon, the school will host its annual Epsilon Pi Tau induction ceremony at 4 p.m. in the KSU Student Center. EPT is an international honorary for students and professionals involved in the technology industry. The day of technology activities culminates with the sixth annual Vision 21 banquet at 6 p.m. in the KSU Student Center. During the evening, 21 individuals will be presented with the Distinguished School of Technology Alumni award, which honors school graduates, or KSU graduates with a technology minor, who have made outstanding accomplishments in their professions. This years group of honorees includes Gerard Antonucci, Michael Bailey, Michael Bilderback, Michael Bridge, Christine Cordiak, Irene Edge, Robert Gerber, Kevin Heisey, Judith Jones, James Kinsey, Kevin Knauss, Byron Thomas Marquis, Carol Might, Melvin Miller, Marc OBrien, Fred Schaub, Lee Sevier, Dominique Sorbo, James Winkler, Anthony Zampino, Jeffrey Zapp. Cost for the breakfast is $7.50 for Kent State Alumni Association members and $10 for non-members. For more information, contact the Alumni Association at (888) 320-5368. The cost for the Vision 21 banquet is $40 each and the deadline for reservations is Wednesday. For more information, call Carla Wyckoff at (330) 672-2892 or e-mail to email@example.com.