Student Research Groups
Kent State's Office of Student Research wants to connect students with meaningful extracurricular organizations that help further their research endeavors and their Kent State experience.
This page lists current research-focused clubs and other organizations that serve various groups of students and a range of student research interests.
Want to have your group or club listed here? It's easy!
Just send your group's credentials and contact information to Office of Student Research Director Ann Gosky at email@example.com or Research Marketing Director Dan Pompili at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kent State Student Research Groups
The Scientista Foundation is a national organization that empowers pre-professional women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through content, communities, and conferences. Currently the largest network of campus women across STEM disciplines, Scientista serves to connect all communities of women in STEM at campuses across the nation, giving such important organizations more visibility and resources, and building a strong, cohesive network of women in science that can act as one voice.
Undergraduate Chapter: http://www.scientistafoundation.com/kent
Graduate Chapter: https://www.kent.edu/csi/student-organizations/scientista-graduate-chapter
Biology Club is a group of like-minded students interested in the biological sciences including botany, conservation, zoology, biology, ecology, etc. The Biology Club provides hands-on experience with animals, trips to local biological establishments, and speakers throughout the school year.
Exercise Science Club
The purpose behind the Exercise Science Club is to create a body of students with similar interests and career goals who are available to assist and help peers gain knowledge and insight into the field of Exercise Science and its multiple concentrations offered at Kent State University; including Exercise Physiology, Exercise Specialist, and Pre-Physical/Occupational Therapy.