Beauty, brains, poise and talent were on full display at the Renaissance Theatre in Mansfield, Ohio, on June 16 where Kent State University student Matti-Lynn Chrisman bested 19 other beauty queens to win the crown and title of Miss Ohio 2018.
KKent State University student Matti-Lynn Chrisman celebrates after being crowned Miss Ohio 2018. Photo credit: Lou Whitmire, Mansfield News Journal.
The opportunity for students to experience the intellectual richness that interdisciplinary study provides is the driving force behind a new course being offered this fall at Kent State University at Geauga.
English Lecturer Molly Mokros Natale works with a student during class. Ms. Natale and Jeanne Marie Stumpf-Carome, Ph.D., (not pictured) are collaborating on an interdisciplinary course to explore the construction of self through tourism.
To a panel of seven executives circled like sharks, seven student-run businesses pitched their ideas for a chance to win $30,000 in cash prizes at the CEBIpitch Competition held at Kent State University.
Kent State University student entrepreneurs pose with judges of the CEBIpitch competition.
Kent State University is again showing its commitment to sustainability with its new climate change grove that also offers opportunities for research. The tree grove, located behind the Student Recreation and Wellness Center on the Kent Campus, was created through a partnership between University Facilities Management and the Department of Biological Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences. The trees were planted by students, Kent State alumni and other volunteers during the university’s annual Alumni Day of Service.
A group of Kent State University students, alumni and other volunteers plant trees at the new Climate Change Grove.
Much like the Kent State University at Stark students who frequent Flash’s Professional Closet on their way from classrooms to first day on the job or internship, the secondhand clothing site in Campus Center is making its mark in a new way.
Kent State Stark students open Flash's Professional Closet Donation Station at Belden Village Mall. The students also participated in the proper presentation challenge.
In 1973, American pop group Tony Orlando and Dawn scored a number one hit on the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 Singles with the song “Tie a Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree.” That same year, Dianne Centa began working at Kent State University.
Dianne Centa, pictured here in 1977, has witnessed many changes at Kent State University since she started working there in 1973. She recently celebrated 45 years at Kent State.
A green roof and a geothermal heating and cooling system that is 300 percent more efficient than standard systems are a few of the sustainability features that helped Kent State University’s Center for Architecture and Environmental Design receive LEED Platinum recognition.
Kent State University’s Center for Architecture and Environmental Design has received LEED Platinum recognition, the highest ranking for the LEED system. It is Kent State’s first LEED Platinum building.