Deepraj Mukherjee, Ph.D., associate professor of economics at Kent State University at Stark, grew up in a middle-income family in Kolkata, India, but when he walked the city’s streets, poverty was unavoidable.

Imagine planning a dinner party for 500 of your closest friends and not knowing what you will serve until almost the last minute.

When Kent State University's Dining Services launched the first gluten-free dining hall on a college campus almost two years ago, its goal was to cater to students and members of the university community who need or prefer gluten-free foods.

On your mark. Get set … BLAM! That’s right. Starting today, Kent State University employees will move more, sit less and thrive through boosting, learning, assessing, moving and sharing (BLAMs).

For faculty members at Kent State University at Geauga, a commitment to stimulating curiosity in the educational process helps secure the future academic success and effective problem-solving abilities of local students.  

Some Kent State University students will dance their way to Washington, D.C., this summer.

Kent State University student Javon Miller started his business by combining a new hobby with a tool that humans have used for centuries.

Kent State University’s sustainability efforts include a nationally recognized tree campus, comprehensive recycling programs and a unique footprint of 12 LEED-certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) buildings throughout its campuses.

Kent State University at Trumbull’s Counseling Services and Psychology Club are encouraging students to follow the old adage, “stop and smell the roses.”

For Katherine Bryk, word processing specialist at Kent State University, a current passion for martial arts started with a seemingly simple childhood scenario.