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Three Kent State students have created smartphone cases that contain vital medication. 

Together, with the help of LaunchNET Kent State, the three created Case.MD. Ariella Yager, entrepreneur major in Kent State’s College of Business Administration; Samuel Graska, cell and molecular biology major in Kent State’s College of Arts and Sciences; and Justin Gleason, graduate student in Kent State’s College of Architecture and Environmental Design spent more than a year planning, inventing, designing and 3-D printing smartphone cases that contain vital medication. Wherever your smartphone goes, so does the medication.

Kent State student crosses the globe to find a sustainable crop that does not require pesticides or herbicides to grow, and yields four times as much as cotton.

Kent State student crosses the globe to find a sustainable crop that does not require pesticides or herbicides to grow, and yields four times as much as cotton.

Craig Zamary shares his successes, passion to teach entrepreneurship to first graders, and what he enjoys most about students who want to make a difference in the world.

Three Kent State students have created smartphone cases that contain vital medication. 

Together, with the help of LaunchNET Kent State, the three created Case.MD. Ariella Yager, entrepreneur major in Kent State’s College of Business Administration; Samuel Graska, cell and molecular biology major in Kent State’s College of Arts and Sciences; and Justin Gleason, graduate student in Kent State’s College of Architecture and Environmental Design spent more than a year planning, inventing, designing and 3-D printing smartphone cases that contain vital medication. Wherever your smartphone goes, so does the medication.

Three Kent State students have created smartphone cases that contain vital medication.

Three Kent State students have created smartphone cases that contain vital medication.

Kent State University’s College of Business Administration is once again among the most outstanding business schools, according to the Princeton Review’s Best 294 Business Schools: 2017 Edition.

Robert D. Hisrich, Ph.D., associate dean for graduate and international programs and Bridgestone Chair in International Marketing in Kent State University’s College of Business Administration, has been named to the Startup Officers Leadership Council. 

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