FLASHES OF BRILLIANCE
New educational well field at Kent State Stark expands student opportunities and research.
It’s a sunny spring day at Kent State University at Stark – the perfect day to install an educational groundwater well field behind the campus’ Pond & Wetlands Research Area. And while contractors dig deep, science faculty know the groundbreaking will have an impact that’s limitless: real-world learning through hands-on experience.
Guest speakers are changing the landscape of remote learning.
The addition of guest speakers, particularly to the virtual classroom, has been an invaluable and welcome change of pace for students, many of whom have been learning remotely since March 2020 when coronavirus (COVID-19) shutdowns began.
Kent State Stark Proud Host of the 2021 Stark County Heart Walk
Kent State University at Stark is honored to host the 2021 Stark County Heart Walk on the campus Saturday, Sept. 18. At this time, the Stark Campus is hopeful the event will be in-person, but regardless of status, the Stark Heart Walk will certainly meet its No. 1 goal: Raising awareness of heart disease.
Launch a Virtual Campus Tour
Tour Your Hometown University from the comfort and safety of your own home. Kent State University at Stark offers an endless amount of educational opportunities.
Learn more about what’s possible through this interactive and immersive experience.
One Year Later - Looking Back in Appreciation
Today, we reflect on an anniversary that, just one year ago, seemed unimaginable. Yet, somehow, we have arrived at this notable milestone.
Beginning at 5 p.m. March 16, 2020, our campus shifted to a largely remote working and learning environment as COVID-19 swept our community, our state, and our country, into the throes of a pandemic our world hadn’t experienced in more than 100 years.
We turned on a dime.
Leaving a Legacy: Kent State Stark Deans Give to Connect Campus to Loved Ones
After school, the behemoth of a piano loomed large, yet its black and white ivories still called to the little girl whose feet could barely reach its pedals.
And for the boy who grew up in a household brimming with books, burying his nose in them set the tone early: never stop learning.