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Spring 2019 Doctoral Forum Retreat was held last Saturday, April 13, 2019, at Read Room 200, White Hall (see agenda and presentations from the retreat). Dean Stephen Mitchell welcomed doctoral students and gave a brief information about different types of GA positions and how to apply for one.

A “featured researcher” is highlighted by each of the four EHHS schools once per year. These are faculty members who have been productive scholars, both in terms of the quality and quantity of their published work. In all cases, the featured researchers have produced research that will impact their field and enhance the reputation of our college and the university.

Joanne Dowdy, Ph.D., a professor in Kent State’s School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies has finished her 14th book, which shares the journeys of successful female entrepreneurs and leaders of African descent.

Kent State Epidemiologist Leads Study That Refutes Assumptions About Depression In Heart Attack Patients

Studies have shown that people who suffer from depression are more likely to have heart disease or heart attacks in their lifetime. Worse still, similar research shows that heart patients who have depression face lower survival rates.

Kent State Epidemiologist Leads Study That Refutes Assumptions About Depression In Heart Attack Patients

Studies have shown that people who suffer from depression are more likely to have heart disease or heart attacks in their lifetime. Worse still, similar research shows that heart patients who have depression face lower survival rates.

Kent State Epidemiologist Leads Study That Refutes Assumptions About Depression In Heart Attack Patients

Studies have shown that people who suffer from depression are more likely to have heart disease or heart attacks in their lifetime. Worse still, similar research shows that heart patients who have depression face lower survival rates.

Kent State Epidemiologist Leads Study That Refutes Assumptions About Depression In Heart Attack Patients

Studies have shown that people who suffer from depression are more likely to have heart disease or heart attacks in their lifetime. Worse still, similar research shows that heart patients who have depression face lower survival rates.

Kent State Epidemiologist Leads Study That Refutes Assumptions About Depression In Heart Attack Patients

Studies have shown that people who suffer from depression are more likely to have heart disease or heart attacks in their lifetime. Worse still, similar research shows that heart patients who have depression face lower survival rates.

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