Discover how one student made his goal a reality and completed his undergraduate education with zero debt and zero financial responsibility to his family.
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States, affecting 40 million U.S. adults age 18 and older – 18 percent of the U.S. population. While many studies indicate higher rates of anxiety and depression in African-American women, those studies also indicate their rate of seeking treatment is significantly lower than average. Now, Kent State University faculty members have developed an innovative app to help teenage girls manage stress as part of a larger intervention program.
Our video, This is Kent, provides viewers with a first-hand glimpse into what has become of the home of so many Golden Flashes. The video’s host, Natalie, takes you on a tour of campus and downtown Kent; if you haven’t visited in the past few years, you won’t believe your eyes.
Institutional Advancement is proud to welcome Jeffery L. McLain, MMC, CFRE, as the division’s new vice president. He joins the university from Louisiana State University, where he was senior vice president of the LSU Foundation. McLain is enthusiastic about joining the Kent State community.
“I look forward to partnering with President Warren, the Institutional Advancement team and the Kent State family as we engage our alumni and friends to advance the mission of the university and its many campuses,” he says.