For transgender students like Emily Grubb, Kent State is home. Grubb and other students have found an inclusive, welcoming environment that offers resources for the transgender community.
With the help of LaunchNET Kent State, three students have created smartphone cases that contain vital medication. Wherever your smartphone goes, so does the medication.
Researchers have long known that carrying extra weight can be hard on our bodies: studies show that obesity is linked to higher rates of heart and liver disease, for example.
Those extra pounds may be weighing down our brains, too, says John Gunstad, Ph.D., professor of psychological sciences and director of Kent State’s Applied Psychology Center.
Kent State alumna Tessa Reeves doesn’t have to travel across the world to help refugee families who have fled cultural persecution. She’s created meaningful work for some of them right in their Akron resettlement area—and she plans to expand the business. / Kent State Magazine