Kent State University at East Liverpool received a contribution from Heritage Thermal Services that will benefit the students in its physical therapist assistant program by giving them the latest technology for learning bedside documentation.

Knowledge Management Round Table

Guest speaker is Kent State SLIS part-time instructor Joe Manganelli. In his own words, "My goal is improving the capacity of the built environment to support and enhance human health, well-being, and performance. My building design experience is primarily in the industrial (most recently, bio-tech/pharmaceutical facilities), educational (K-12 & higher ed), and health care market sectors in facilities planning and space planning, requirements definition, conceptual design, sustainable design, detailed design, and construction documents.

Some community members, faculty, students and staff who are U.S. military veterans. The Kent State Salem Campus paid tribute to community members, faculty, students and staff who are U.S.

More than 100 reel-to-reel audio recordings pertaining to the May 4, 1970, Kent State University shootings and their aftermath are now accessible through the Kent State University Special Collections and Archives’ digital repository. Some of the recently digitized items include previously inaccessible audio recordings of radio call-in forums, a speech by Kent State President Robert I. White the day after the shootings, a press conference with six students who met with President Richard M. Nixon just days after the shootings, the Scranton Commission hearings and a speech made by Dick Gregory at the Kent State Memorial Service in 1971.

Kent State University Associate Professor Mark Kershner, Ph.D., believes it is important for students to begin conducting research during their undergraduate careers.

What happens when you recycle something on campus? Here at Kent State, we take pride in our campus and the environment by recycling our used resources. 

Catherine L. Smith, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is co-author of a paper titled “Exploring the Use of Query Auto Completion: Search Behavior and Query Entry Profile,” presented at the Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, in March 2016.

Administrative policy regarding unmanned aircraft systems

  1. Purpose. This policy supports the safety and privacy of the university community by establishing restrictions and enabling the enforcement of applicable rules and regulations controlling the use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), popularly referred to as drones, and model aircraft.  It applies to all university employees and students, and to third parties operating on university grounds.
  2. Definitions. For the purposes of this policy, the following definitions will apply:
    1. Model aircraft. The term “model aircraft” means an unmanned aircraft that is: