Mechanical and electrical engineering technology students at Kent State University at Tuscarawas successfully collaborated on their capstone project during the spring semester and delivered an electric cart on finals night.
Mechanical and electrical engineering technology students at Kent State University at Tuscarawas test drive an electric cart that they designed and built for their capstone project.
With a shared mission tohelp the youth in Akron earn a life-changing education, Kent State University has teamed up with the LeBron James Family Foundation (LJFF) to provide LJFF’s I PROMISE students with increased resources to help prepare them for college and beyond.
Jamil Wright, a rising 10th grader at Akron’s STEM High School, works with other I PROMISE students on their team brand identity during the Flash P’ACT summer program at Kent State.
The tragic events that occurred on the campus of Kent State University on May 4, 1970, had a lasting impact that continues to resonate nearly a half-century later.
A memorial on the Kent Campus honors the four students who were killed on May 4, 1970. Kent State University will hold a yearlong observance for the 50th commemoration of May 4, 1970, beginning in fall 2019 through May 4, 2020.
Advancement in technology makes learning possible irrespective of the location of students and their educators, and this change is redefining the traditional classroom and connecting Kent State University’s campuses in new ways.
Omid Bagheri, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics, teaches a class from the Kent State University at Salem Zoomroom and is connected to students from Kent State University at Geauga and Kent State University at Ashtabula.
Come summertime, Brandon Davis could often be found gardening with his grandmother at her Canton Township home. He learned when to harvest vegetables and how to select flowers that bloom best in full sunlight.
Brandon Davis cultivated his passion for plants when he discovered purpose at Kent State University at Stark.
Ken Ditlevson, director of Kent State University’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Student Center, has been at the university for four years, giving back to a community that once saved his life.
Ken Ditlevson, director of Kent State University’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Student Center, helps Flash, Kent State's mascot, get ready for a welcome event for LGBTQ students on the Kent Campus.