eInside | May 1, 2017 | Kent State University

Week of May 1, 2017

Haruhide Osugi, Kent State University's Japan Outreach Initiative coordinator, demonstrates origami to a group of students.
Kent State University is one of only four institutions nationwide chosen to host a Japan Outreach Initiative coordinator. Meet Haruhide Osugi, Kent State’s Japan Outreach Initiative coordinator.
Kent State fashion design and business student Madeline Mehler's new clothing business, Sultrie, aims to add to the sustainable fashion movement.
These days, consumers can buy the latest clothing trends quickly and inexpensively. But, critics say, this “fast fashion” can be detrimental to the environment.
The Kent Campus is blossoming with all the colors of spring.
The Kent Campus is blossoming with all the colors of spring!  
Joseph Kuvshinikov (center), associate professor at Kent State Ashtabula, sits with Kent State Ashtabula students senior business management major Jennifer Bean and senior insurance studies major Callen Weber.
Two students from Kent State University at Ashtabula are leading a team that is releasing a health mobile app aimed at helping users maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Kent State University Airport is engaged with surrounding communities, including the cities of Kent and Stow.
The Kent State University Airport is best known as a place where future pilots are trained, but its staff also makes sure the facility is beneficial to the community.