Fuel cells have the potential to deliver on the promise of the elusive, cold-fusion theory of the 1990s – clean, super-efficient, affordable energy that could reduce carbon emissions exponentially.
Five Kent State University students from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication will contribute to news coverage for TEGNA, Inc. stations across the country, as Republicans and Democrats converge upon Cleveland and Philadelphia for conventions this month.
Kent State University's Power Plant supplies steam, electricity and air conditioning to the Kent Campus. Since the university’s early years, centralized steam production has been used to provide heat and cooling to the campus community.
The second annual Northeast Ohio Presidents’ Cup promoted collaborative spirit among Kent State University, Youngstown State University and the University of Akron, while serving as a scholarship fundraiser for all three institutions.
Federal legislators in the nation’s capital recently got schooled on how Kent State University has made a positive impact in reducing stigma and encouraging self-help behaviors to combat depression in the workplace.