The big screen is getting smaller – so small in fact, you can wear it around your neck.
Kent State University and the city of Kent, Ohio, were awarded the inaugural Catalytic Partnership Award for their collaboration to revitalize downtown Kent and improve the connectivity of the campus and the city.
Kent State’s Christina McVay, Senior Lecturer from the Department of Pan-African Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences, joins a panel of guest speakers to talk about racial identity.
Sarah Hider, a Kent State University graduate student, is the new Miss Ohio. The 24-year-old won the title this past weekend and will go on to compete for the Miss America title.
Hider is the second Kent State student in the past two years to be crowned Miss Ohio. Heather Wells won the competition in 2013.
Following a national search, Kent State University has selected Paul E. DiCorleto, Ph.D., as its new vice president for research and sponsored programs. DiCorleto comes to Kent State from Cleveland Clinic, where he has served as Sherwin-Page Chair of the Lerner Research Institute since 2002, and from Case Wester
Kent State University’s College of Education, Health and Human Services welcomes its second class of the Summer Experience for Emerging Diverse Scholars (SEEDS) program on June 17.
Providing simple encouragement goes a long way in forming a strong bond between a dad and his child, but how do you accurately measure that bond?
It is a question that Kent State University researchers pondered after many dads scored inaccurately low on traditional tests.
Swedish psychiatrist Harald Blomberg, M.D., will share his work, Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT), at a symposium hosted by Kent State University’s College of Education, Health and Human Services from July 21-28.