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New Office and Director Lead Strong Charge to Grow Student Research

New Office and Director Lead Strong Charge to Grow Student Research

In 2016, Kent State took a major step toward its commitment to research and putting students first. In September of that year, the Division of Research and Sponsored Programs formed the Office of Student Research. Research Vice President Paul DiCorleto said the office better positions RASP to carry out the university’s strategic priorities.

Students Partner with Professor to Ease Diabetic Foot Pain

Students Partner With Professor To Ease Diabetic Foot Pain

Kent State University students Nilin Rao, Ph.D., and Craig Verdin, and Exercise Science and Physiology Professor Ellen Glickman, are the co-founders of TheraPod Medical, LLC — a wound-care company that is looking to transform the field of podiatric medicine.

Summer Research Experience Guides Marketing Major to Interdisciplinary Studies

Summer Research Experience Guides Marketing Major to Interdisciplinary Studies

Angela Deibel might just be the poster child for KSU’s new research mantra: Innovation Occurs Where Fields Collide. She is one of 35 students who participated in Kent State’s inaugural Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) program. 

Students Turn Smartphone Cases Into Lifesaving Medical Devices

Students Turn Smartphone Cases Into Lifesaving Medical Devices

Have an allergy that requires you to carry epinephrine?
Maybe you have asthma and need to tote around an inhaler?
What about that birth control pill you were supposed to take before you left the house but forgot?

From Refugee To Cancer Researcher

From Refugee To Cancer Researcher

Ten years ago, Nirmala Ghimirey sat on the dirt floor of a hut in a refugee camp in Nepal, holding a tattered textbook in her hands. Today, she holds an honors degree from Kent State University, where she’s enrolled in a Biomedical Sciences graduate program, working toward her next contribution to cancer research.