Community & Society

Former Kent State University quarterback Julian Edelman releases a new memoir.
New England Patriots wide receiver and former Kent State University quarterback Julian Edelman released a new memoir, Relentless, on Tuesday, Oct. 24.

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Lucas Engelhard, from Kent State University at Stark, weighs in on best and worst recession recovered cities.
Lucas Engelhardt, Ph.D., associate professor in Kent State University at Stark’s Department of Economics, is a firm believer in pursing innovation and investing in capita...
Kent State University Assistant Professor Jennifer Mapes, Ph.D., poses beside a map kiosk in downtown Kent that she helped to create.
Kent State University Assistant Professor Jennifer Mapes, Ph.D., has been named Volunteer of the Year by Main Street Kent for her contributions to the revitalization of downtown Kent. 
Pictured are Circl App developers (from left to right) Michael Frindt, Ronald Dear and Zachary Eckert.
Three Kent State University community members have developed a new app called Circl, which reinvents how people socialize and network.
Kent State University President Beverly Warren (left) receives a $1 million grant for the university’s Institute for Applied Linguistics from Mary and Ted Gawlicki of the Gawlicki Family Foundation.
Kent State University’s Institute for Applied Linguistics has received a grant for $1 million from the Gawlicki Family Foundation of Hartford, Connecticut, to fund the development of a state-of-the-art distance learning translation studies program.
Pictured are participants at the Girls Geared for Engineering Camp at Kent State.
The Girls Geared for Engineering Camp at Kent State University is the result of a partnership between Kent State’s College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology and the Six District Educational Compact.
U.S. Supranatural Contest 2017
Angela Ritossa is getting ready to compete in the Miss U.S. Supranational pageant later this month.
Making Our Own Space students carry lumber for the day’s outdoor build workshop in Shaker Heights’ Hildana Park. (Photo credit: Beth Conway)
Kent State is recognized for engaging and empowering middle and high school students to transform their neighborhood public spaces.
Kent State architecture students form a group to design and build environments for animal shelters, at no cost.
A group of Kent State architecture students formed “KSU Barkitecture” to design and build environments for pets living in shelters.
A student in Kent State’s Fashion School works on a project in a design classroom.
Kent State University is offering special expertise and resources to high school students attending Akron Public Schools to include immersive opportunities with the university’s fashion, arts and architecture programs.

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