Research & Innovation Forums

Kent State University is committed to growing research through collaboration, creating opportunities for scientists and scholars to work together toward bold new pursuits and innovations.

To date, RASP has hosted numerous forums, giving several KSU faculty the chance to highlight their research, and giving countless other faculty members the chance to interact with the speakers and each other, and begin dialogues that may just lead to the cutting-edge discoveries, scientific revelations and technological innovations of tomorrow.

FACULTY RESEARCH AND INNOVATION FORUM IX

Tuesday, October 9, 2018  4pm - 6pm
Location: KSU Student center, Ballroom Balcony 

FACULTY RESEARCH AND INNOVATION FORUM X

Thursday, November 15, 2018  4pm - 6pm
Location: KSU Student center, Ballroom Balcony 

FACULTY RESEARCH AND INNOVATION FORUM VIII

Monday, April 16, 2018  4pm - 6pm
Location: KSU Student center, Ballroom Balcony

Research & Innovation Forum 6

Research and Innovation Forum V (VIDEO)

VIDEO FROM THE Feb. 22, 2017 RESEARCH AND INNOVATION FORUM

PRESENTATIONS BY:

Margarita Benitez: Associate Professor of Fashion Technology
"Research and Collaboration in an Art Design Practice."

Antal Jakli: Professor of Chemical Physics
"Biomimetic Robots Using liquid Crystal Rubbers."

Angela Ridgel: Associate Professor, Exercise Science & Physiology
"Can Exercise Promote Rewiring of the Injured Brain?"

WATCH THE VIDEOS HERE

Research and innovation Forum IV (VIDEO)

VIDEO FROM THE Dec. 8, 2016 RESEARCH AND INNOVATION FORUM

PRESENTATIONS BY:

Heather Caldwell: Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
"The Chemistry of the Social Brain."

Cynthia Stillings: Acting Assoc. Dean & Professor, College of the Arts
"Lighting for the Theatre: Image, Form, and Collaborative Creating."

Sheryl Chatfield: Asst. Professor of Social & Behavioral Sciences
"The Value of Critical Reflection."

WATCH THE VIDEOS HERE

Research and innovation Forum III (VIDEO)

VIDEO FROM THE SEPT. 27, 2016 RESEARCH AND INNOVATION FORUM

PRESENTATIONS BY:


 

Mark Bracher: Professor of English; Director, Neurocognitive Research Program
for the Advancement of the Humanities
"How to Teach for Social Justice (Without Imposing Norms
or Inculcating Values."

Katherine Rawson: Professor, Psychological Sciences
"Enhancing Student Learning with Effective Study Strategies."

Yanhai Du: Assistant Professor, CAEST
"Can Fuel Cells Make Our World Cleaner?"

WATCH THE VIDEOS HERE

Research and Innovation Forum II

Download:

Research & Innovation Forum Flyer 5-2-16

Document URL:

https://www-s3-live.kent.edu/s3fs-root/s3fs-public/file/Research%20Forum%202_0.jpg

Research and Innovation Forum I

Download:

Document URL:

https://www-s3-live.kent.edu/s3fs-root/s3fs-public/file/RASP%20Research%20Forum.png