Kent State University at Salem

A student prepares hydroponic tubes for planting at Kent State's Salem Campus.

Hydroponics (a way of growing crops without soil) is one of the topics that students at Kent State University at Salem study - and have opportunities to apply in the on-campus greenhouses and gardens - as part of their Horticulture Technology program.  Plants will be inserted into these pipes roots first, whe...

Radiology students at Kent State's Salem Campus learn how to position patients for x-rays.

One of the things students in the Radiology program at Kent State University at Salem learn is how to position patients and equipment in order to capture the best images. While the x-ray equipment is real, for safety reasons, students do not capture images during these training demonstrations.  The Associate of Applied...

Students in the Horticulture Technology program at Kent State's Salem Campus get real experience "in the field."

Sheren Faraq, Ph.D. (second from right), is the director and assistant professor of the Horticulture Technology program at Kent State University at Salem. She has found that the woods, grounds and gardens in the 100-acre footprint of the Salem Campus offer spectacular opportunities to provide her students with hands-on learning e...

Students at Kent State's Salem Campus learn sonography.

Sonography uses high-frequency sound images to capture moving images that are used to observe internal structures for medical diagnosis. Students in the radiology program at Kent State University at Salem have hands-on learning experiences using real equipment to observe real-time images.   Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) is...

Kent State University announced today that the Westfield Insurance Foundation has made a commitment of $500,000 to the university. These funds will be used to support a Bachelor of Science in Insurance Studies program at Kent State, and to promote career opportunities within the insurance industry. In recognition of this donation, the Camp...