COVID-19

Staff assembling equipment for improved instruction. In-person instruction will change dramatically this Fall with the requirements in place to ensure physical distancing.  To accommodate the needs defined by these requirements, a Classroom Technology Committee was formed to make recommendations on technology solutions designed to support a quality instructional experience at a distance. The...

COVID-19 Two members of Kent State University’s Brain Health Research Institute have been awarded grants to begin research on COVID-19 topics. The grants were offered through Case Western Reserve University’s COVID Task Force and multiple funding partners across Case Western Reserve, including the Cleveland Brain Health Initiative, and Kent State’s...

Virus and medical worker stock image Tara C. Smith, Ph.D., a professor of epidemiology from Kent State's College of Public Health, discussed the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19 and what's ahead for our state and country during a recent conversation on Facebook Live. She answered live questions and shared insights into such areas as social distancing, homemade masks and...

Information Technology

DeWeese Health Center On March 10, Kent State University officials ceased face-to-face classes and has allowed for flexible work arrangements through April 12 due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19. The Division of Information Technology has created a guide on how to maintain productivity using collaborative tools like Microsoft Teams when working off site; this guide...