Kent State University President Beverly J. Warren will be among the featured lecturers during the Chautauqua Institution’s weeklong investigation of “The Forgotten: History and Memory in the 21st Century,” which runs through Aug. 18.
Kent State University President Beverly J. Warren was among the featured lecturers during the Chautauqua Institution’s weeklong investigation of “The Forgotten: History and Memory in the 21st Century,” which runs through Aug. 18.
Academic advisors who go above and beyond in their roles help define students’ success, from enrollment to graduation.
Recent Kent State University graduate Britny Meszaros (left) celebrates with Courtney Miller, an academic advisor at Kent State’s Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg, after Ms. Miller earned the Dr. Terry Kuhn Distinguished Undergraduate Advising Award.
From Michigan to Florida, Paris to Rome and more, Kent State University employees captured memories of some of the most interesting places, people and things from their local and international trips.
Pratim Datta, College of Business Administration, shot this photo in Paris. He says, “On a day full of summer thunderstorms, the rain stopped and the clouds parted their doors to let in the sun, glistening on one of the Golden Nymphs of Demeter and Nimos.
An inclusive campus acknowledges and respects diversity, and offers a welcoming environment for all community members regardless of their differences.
A Kent State University student proudly displays an award certificate during the university’s Lavender Graduation ceremony, which honors the achievements of graduating lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally students.
The Kent State University Women’s Center has always believed in empowering women and setting them up to be the most successful versions of themselves. During the spring semester, the Women’s Center put that mission into action.
Members of the Kent State University community volunteer to put together feminine hygiene product kits for young women in developing countries.
A group of high school sophomores from Firestone Community Learning Center in Akron spent a week at Kent State University exploring university programs and learning more about college and careers.
A Firestone Community Learning Center student learns logic control programming from Darwin Boyd, assistant professor of applied engineering and technology, at the Kent State University College of Aeronautics and Engineering.