It takes a flight of nearly 20 hours to get from Ohio to Nairobi, Kenya, where students and an alumna from Kent State University’s College of Public Health are making an impact on the lives of people who reside in the slums.
Kent State University alumna Amy Robyn Krystosik, Ph.D., and her team are currently in Kenya collecting data through spatial videos (SV) that will be converted into a GIS map of disease risk factors.
On April 12, future generations of business leaders got a first look at design concepts from several firms competing to develop Kent State University’s new College of Business Administration building.
Mark Polatajko, Kent State’s senior vice president for finance and administration, delivers remarks at the College of Business Administration building design presentations held in the Kent Student Center Ballroom.
Did you know that if you are driving and have a passenger, are eating or drinking and send a text, your chances of crashing increase by 1,139 percent?
Representatives from Kent State University, the city of Kent, AAA and Portage County Safe Communities are collaborating on a campaign to promote safe driving practices. The campaign Wait2TXT targets both distracted driving and walking.
Clients who make use of veterinary services may soon be meeting with registered veterinary nurses instead of registered veterinary technicians if a bill currently before the Ohio House of Representatives is passed.
Kingsly Berlin, lecturer in the veterinary technology program at Kent State Tuscarawas, works with students at the campus.
Strength, tenacity, courage and unrelenting persistence. These attributes describe the women who have shaped America’s history. Linda Spurlock, Ph.D., assistant professor of anthropology at Kent State University, is one such woman who is making a huge impact in the field of forensic art.
Linda Spurlock, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at Kent State University, also serves as a forensic facial reconstruction artist for several medical examiner and coroner’s offices throughout the region.
Experience and passion mixed with a strong dose of critique for both the students and the professor led Rochelle Hostler, lecturer in Kent State University’s School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies, to be awarded an Outstanding Teaching Award.
Rochelle Hostler (on the right, holding the sign), early childhood educator at Kent State University, celebrates with her students after being notified of her Outstanding Teaching Award.