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Junior Achievement of Mahoning Valley has named Kent State University at Trumbull its 2018 Volunteer Organization of the Year.  

 

Dan Palmer, Ph.D., assistant dean of academic affairs and Junior Achievement of Mahoning Valley board member, accepted the award at Junior Achievement's annual recognition breakfast. 

 

The American Heart Association has awarded Silver-level recognition to Kent State for building a culture of health in the workplace.

Many professors have certain influences that inspire them to teach. For David Kaplan, Ph.D., professor in Kent State University's Department of Geography, that inspiration comes from his father.

Armed with a biology degree, completed entirely at Kent State University at Stark, Kent Weaver says he is more than ready to pursue his calling to become a doctor of veterinary medicine.

The Kent State University women’s rugby team found themselves facing a literal bump in the road on their way to a rugby match on Oct. 7.

This semester, Kent State University’s School of Fashion Design and Merchandising, an Ohio Center of Excellence, added a new graduate-level educational experience to its nationally and internationally ranked offerings. 

The Multi-County Advanced Manufacturing Corridor, a partnership that includes Kent State University at Tuscarawas, has received the annual Excellence in Workforce Development Award from the Ohio Economic Development Association (OEDA).

A grant from the Army Research Laboratory has a Kent State University researcher flying high.

 

The grant provides more than $130,000 for Blake Stringer, Ph.D., assistant professor of aerospace engineering in Kent State’s College of Aeronautics and Engineering, to study propulsion systems for a new generation of intermediate-sized, unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), commonly known as drones.

 

People who suffer trauma will, with few exceptions, never forget what happened to them, but a Kent State University researcher may be able offer them the hope of living without constant fear and anxiety.

A luxury trip featuring accommodations at the Ritz-Carlton, limousine rides, spa treatments and lunch with one of the most influential women in the world. Jennifer Miller, lecturer in Kent State University’s School of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences in the College of Education, Health and Human Services, experienced these things and more after winning a sweepstakes through the WW (formerly Weight Watchers) at Work program. Ms.

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