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Kent State University student Eli Kalil, shown here with his mom, engaged Twitter users to help his mom quit smoking.
Eli Kalil, a junior applied communications major at Kent State University, saw just how powerful the tool of social media can be when he posted an inspiring tweet involving his mother in late January.
Ideastream's Sound of Ideas talked with Kent State's Andrew Curtis about creating maps to reduce health disparities.
Where you live could determine how long you live. It is a struggle for many living in the inner city where residents often fear for their safety.
WKYC-TV talks with Kent State researchers about the Acting White Accusation.
Kent State Professor Angela Neal-Barnett shares her Acting White Accusation research with WKYC-TV and  
Emelia Sherin, a public relations major in Kent State’s College of Communication and Information, has written a play “Independent: The Heroin Project.”
The New York Times highlights a Kent State University student who turned the heroin epidemic into a theatrical performance “Independent: The Heroin Project.”
Mary Bacha (right), a lecturer in Kent State University’s College of Nursing, instructs students in the Olga A. Mural Simulation Lab located in Henderson Hall.
The National League for Nursing has again designated Kent State University’s College of Nursing as a Center of Excellence for 2017-2022 in the category of “Advance the Science of Nursing Education.” 
Kent State University employees participate in lunchtime yoga at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center.
Kent State University has been designated as one of the Top 25 most active employers in the country. The university placed 17th in the Large Employer category of this year’s national On the Move Workplace Challenge. That is a significant improvement from last year’s 29th-place fi...
A Kent State student-athlete works out in the new Athletic Training and Education Center.
Kent State University has opened the doors to its new state-of-the-art sports medicine facility in the MACC Annex.
Kent State University Police Academy cadets wear socks with their class number stitched in for luck. The group earned a 100 percent on their final physical fitness assessment.
A commitment to excel on the State of Ohio Physical Fitness Assessment yielded a perfect score for Kent State University’s Police Academy cadets.    
Kent State University researchers study the link between Pokémon GO and increased exercise.
Today marks the one year anniversary of Pokémon GO’s worldwide release that sent crowds hiking through parks, meandering into streets and walking for miles in search of Pokémon, those cute little digital characters that appear in real locations on your smartphone.
Starting July 1, 2017, all Kent State University campuses will become smoke-free and tobacco-free.
Starting July 1, 2017, all Kent State University campuses will become smoke-free and tobacco-free. The new policy applies to all students, employees, volunteers, vendors, and visitors on all Kent State property locally and abroad. The policy is in align...