eInside | e-Inside | Oct. 15, 2018 | Kent State University

Week of Oct. 15, 2018

Workers install a green roof onto the lower roof of Taylor Hall at Kent State University. The plants help insulate the building, control water runoff and provide less glare.
Faculty from Kent State University will join colleagues from the University of Cincinnati and Heidelberg University to lead the Greater Ohio Living Architecture Center (GOLA), which will be dedicated to the study of integrating vegetation within and upon buildings as novel ecosystems.
Mietek Jaroniec, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry of Kent State University’s College of Arts and Sciences, was appointed to the editorial board of the journal Science Advances.
Mietek Jaroniec, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry of Kent State University’s College of Arts and Sciences, was appointed to the editorial board of the journal Science Advances.
Last weekend's celebration of 100 years of Homecoming at Kent State was "ruled" by 2018 Homecoming Queen Jennifer Uren and Homecoming King Jordan Euell.
The celebration of 100 years of Homecoming at Kent State was “ruled” by 2018 Homecoming Queen Jennifer Uren and Homecoming King Jordan Euell.
The Vindys (pictured), with specials guests The Speedbumps and Party of 2, will take over Packard Music Hall on Saturday, Oct. 20, for a benefit for Trumbull families in need. (Photo credit: Leslie Davis, Cusano Photography)
The Vindys, with specials guests The Speedbumps and Party of 2, will take over Packard Music Hall this Sweetest Day, Saturday, Oct. 20, for a concert to benefit Rock4Reason and Flash's Food Pantry at Kent State Trumbull.
Kent State University President Beverly J. Warren and Eastern Gateway Community College President Jimmie Bruce pose for a picture after signing an agreement to form a strategic partnership.
Kent State University and Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) have formed a strategic partnership that will create new access to courses and degrees for thousands of students living and learning on Ohio’s eastern border.