On Friday, October 17 (at 12 noon) Dr.
Kent State University’s Science of Learning and Education (SOLE) Center will host “Improving Student Achievement: A Summit on Learning and Education” at the Kent State University Hotel and Conference Center in Kent, Ohio, on Oct. 9-10.
ISIS & The Politics of Horror
Globalization, Triangulation and the Violent Mutations of Contemporary Islamism
Over the vast expanse of Lake Erie, sampling the water to test for potentially toxic algae blooms may seem like using a medicine dropper in an ocean. It takes days to collect enough data from enough spots to determine if the algae pose a danger.
For 30 years, Kent State University’s Wick Poetry Center has been encouraging new voices – locally, regionally and nationally – and bringing poetry to people’s everyday lives through readings, publications, workshops and scholarships.
Each year, droughts cost crop farmers dearly. They experience not only a loss in yield, but also a reduction in the quality of the crops produced. But, what if new breeds of plants could be created that still thrive even without a drop of rain for weeks?
Kariamu Welsh, D.A., noted African dance choreographer and scholar, will visit Kent State University on Sept. 26 and present a lecture titled “African Dance in America: Protest Identity and Continuity” from noon to 1 p.m. in Room D022 in the Center for the Performing Arts.
Kent State University’s Department of Pan-African Studies will hold a roundtable discussion on police state, militarism, brutality and the use of deadly force at an upcoming event.