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Workshops and Events

For a complete list of Student Research events, click here.

November 2018 Research and Innovation Forum

Research & Innovation Forum

Thursday, November 15, 4 – 6 p.m.

Kent Student Center, Ballroom Balcony

FEATURING:

 

Dr. Rui Liu, Assistant Professor of Architecture and Environmental Design, Kent State University

Dr. Rui Liu

Assistant Professor, Architecture and Environmental Design

“Resilience - Lessons Learned from Tensegrity Structures"

 

Dr. Oleg D. Lavrentovich, Trustees Research Professor, Physics/Advanced Materials and Liquid Crystal Institute, Kent State University

Dr. Oleg D. Lavrentovich

Trustees Research Professor, Physics/Advanced Materials & Liquid Crystal Institute
"Commanding Swimming Bacteria with Liquid Crystals"

 

David Hassler, Director, Wick Poetry Center at Kent State University

David Hassler, MFA

Director, Wick Poetry Center
“The Unsayable Said: Exploring the Healing Power of Poetry”

 

Research and Sponsored Programs (RASP) seeks to energize the Kent State Research Community and facilitate collaborations by bringing faculty from diverse disciplines together to learn about research and creative scholarship across the university.
 

Join us for brief talks by three of your colleagues, followed by a reception, during which attendees and speakers can interact over appetizers and a drink.

 

CAN’T ATTEND? No Problem! Watch the Forum on Facebook Live!

https://www.facebook.com/KentResearch/

 

October 2018 Research and Innovation Forum

Research & Innovation Forum

Tuesday, October 9, 4 – 6 p.m.

Kent Student Center, Ballroom Balcony

FEATURING:

 

Dr. Karin Coifman, Associate professor of psychology, Kent State University

Dr. Karin Coifman

Assoc. Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences

“Emotion, Stress, and Disease: Detecting Pathways of Risk for   

  Emotion-Related Disorders”

 

Dr. Gary Koski, Professor of Biological Sciences, Kent State University

Dr. Gary Koski

Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
"Can We Make Vaccines Against Cancer?"

 

Dr. Deborah Smith, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Kent State University

Dr. Deborah Smith

Assoc. Professor, Department of Philosophy
“Metaphysical Modality and the Debate between Necessitarians and Contingentists Concerning Composition”

 

Research and Sponsored Programs (RASP) seeks to energize the Kent State Research Community and facilitate collaborations by bringing faculty from diverse disciplines together to learn about research and creative scholarship across the university.
 

Join us for brief talks by three of your colleagues, followed by a reception, during which attendees and speakers can interact over appetizers and a drink.

Paul Jackson's Presentation at RASP 5-26-2016

Paul Jackson, Sr. Tech. Commercialization Mgr., Ohio Development Services Agency

On May 26, 2016, Paul Jackson, Senior Technology Commercialization Manager at the Ohio Development Services Agency, gave a presentation to more than 25 Kent State University faculty, staff and administrators about the  Technology Validation and Startup Fund (TVSF).
This video shows most of that presentation.
Paul's PowerPoint presentation is also included here, so feel free to follow along and review anything that may not be included in the video.

 

View Paul's Presentation

 

Tech Commercialization WEBINAR VIDEO

University Patents and the Road from Invention Disclosure to Technology Commercialization

On March 1, 2017, Karen MacDonald, Business & Entrepreneurship Outreach Librarian, Doug Kubinski, Associate General Counsel, and Stephen Roberts, Director of Research & Technology Commercialization, led an online discussion on patenting and commercializing university technology. The panel discussed patent search resources, steps necessary to protect your patentable discoveries, university royalty distribution policy, and the technology commercialization process. 

This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff, but only so many were able to tune in live.

Now you can watch the webinar here.

For more information on patenting your work, visit RASP's Technology Commercialization website.