Research Magazine features collaborations
The 2014 Research for Life magazine explores how a “connect the dots” strategy carries out a collaborative, problem-solving approach to research and scholarship. The results of “connecting the dots” can be exhilarating, leading to innovative solutions to challenging problems facing society—in health, public policy, energy and sustainability—and in fostering new ideas. View the web version of the magazine.
For the 10th time, Kent State University is being recognized as a “Great College to Work For,” according to the latest survey by the Great Colleges to Work For program. The program recognizes the colleges that get top ratings from their employees regarding workplace practices and policies.
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Kent State University a nearly $1.2 million, five-year TRIO Educational Opportunity Centers program grant. The program is designed to provide support services to qualified adults, including veterans, who want to enter or continue a program of postsecondary education.
Kent State University Senior Vice President and Provost Melody Tankersley, Ph.D., announced the selection of Manfred van Dulmen, Ph.D., to serve as the university’s associate provost for academic affairs and dean of the Division of Graduate Studies, effective April 16.