Division of Research & Sponsored Programs

Undergrad researcher at ESDRI symposium

Kent State's annual Undergraduate Research Symposium is one of the university's biggest research events of the year.

Environmental Science and Design Research Institute
Wharton State Forest coastline

Saying "yes" to everything landed Kathryn Burns in the middle of New Jersey's coastal wetlands


Visitors viewing Resilience During the Pandemic: LGBTQ + Stories

Molly Merryman, Ph.D., associate professor in Kent State’s School of Peace and Conflict Studies, and Lauren Vachon, assistant professor in Kent State’s LGBTQ studies program and coordinator of the LGBTQ studies minor program, were instrumental in obtaining a $35,000 grant from the U.S. Department of State for the project Resilience During the Pandemic: LGBTQ+ Stories. 

Chemistry professor working with student at lab

“Who is Counted and What Counts: Tracking Women’s Engagement in Low-Prestige/High-Workload Service Activities at Kent State University” will examine whether faculty members with underrepresented and/or historically excluded intersecting gender and racial/ethnic identities (IGREs) perform more high-workload, low-prestige service work than their faculty peers.