Flashes of Brilliance
'Time Capsules That Can Hold So Much Emotion And Power'
Two Media and Journalism students and Associate Professor David Foster are bringing a fresh perspective to a late 1960s photo collection focused on Black student life at Kent State University. Lafayette Tolliver, a 1971 alumnus who pursued a degree in photojournalism, was an active photographer for Black student organizations during his university years. In 2014, he generously donated more than a thousand photographs to Kent State.
Celebrating Black Excellence in Every Aspect, Shade and Expression
Kent State University has a roster of programmed events to celebrate Black excellence this February with the theme: Black excellence in every aspect, shade and expression, or ÀSE, a Yoruba term that represents the power that produces change. Kent State has a wide variety of events that aim to encompass and ignite the month with recognition and celebration
Poets for Science
Kent State University’s Wick Poetry Center is collaborating on a new global poem to pay tribute to the liquid that sustains life.
“Dear Body of Water,” Wick’s newest collaboration with the University of Arizona’s Poetry Center, invites writers to speak to the bodies of water that have shaped their lives.
Creating Career-Ready Graduates: Kent State Recognized Nationally for High-Quality Online Graduate Degree Programs
In its new 2024 Best Online Programs rankings, U.S. News & World Report recognizes Kent State University in the Best Online Master’s in Education Programs, Best Online Master’s in Nursing Programs, Best Online Master’s in Business Programs and Best Online Master’s in MBA Programs lists.