Urban Forestry Class Two Kent State University students from the new Urban Forestry class presented findings on Kent State’s tree inventory at various professional conferences in Ohio and Nevada this year. The year-old course, taught by Dan Ross, instructor at Kent State’s departments of Geography and Biology, focuses on the study of trees in the urban environment. The U.S.

Dr. Ye Zhao, associate professor of Computer Science  have been selected as one of the top 25 STEM professors in Ohio by onlineschoolsohio.com.

Under Prof. Zhao's research supervision students are engaged in research in advanced computer vizualization projects which help scientists to understand various complex phenomena.

"In our planning for the presidential search, trustees recognized the unique perspective and value that Professor Lovejoy would bring to our process," said Richard Marsh, Kent State trustee and chair of the Presidential Search Committee.  "Though he was unable to accept our invitation in July due to prior commitments, we are pleased that he can join now as our search has moved into high gear in recruitment."

Rick Feinberg, Professor of Anthropology, was in the Solomon Islands from June 19 to July 10, 2013 as an ethnographic consultant on a film dealing with environmental sustainability on the Polynesian island of Anuta.  It was part of a project entitled 1000 Days for the Planet, sponsored by the Sedna Foundation (a Canadian NGO) in collaboration with the Secretariat for the UN Convention on Biodiversity and the government of Quebec.

The College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to announce Research Incentive awards for Academic Year 2013-2014.

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