technology

Center for International & Intercultural Education

Picture of Panelists Last Wednesday, February 12, 2020, we held a Cultural Dialogue celebrating the month of love at Read Room (200), White Hall, with a focus on social media's influence on intercultural dating. Higher Education Administration intern Esther Sijuwade, from Nigeria, facilitated the program. The panelists included Lindsay Nelson, Master's student in...

Dr. Jong-Hoon Kim, Ph.D. assistant professor of Computer Science, and his students in the ATR Lab assembling their robot, "Telebot-2" in preparation for their trip to Tokyo.   Joined by seven of his Kent State University students, Dr. Jong-Hoon Kim, assistant professor of Computer Science and director of the Advanced Telerobotics Research Laboratory (ATR), in the College of Arts and Sciences, will unveil his group's latest robot, "TeleBot-2" at the World Robot Summit (http://worldrobotsummit.org/en/) in Tokyo this...

Dr. Jong-Hoon Kim, Ph.D. assistant professor of Computer Science, and his students in the ATR Lab assembling their robot, "Telebot-2" in preparation for their trip to Tokyo. The Kent State University School of Communication Studies has named communication scholar Paul Leonardi, Ph.D., the L. Leroy Cowperthwaite Communication Lecturer. Professor Leonardi will visit campus Sept. 17-19 to meet one-on-one with undergraduate and graduate students and faculty to review their research agendas; to visit classes to discuss his...

Information Technology

Dr. Jong-Hoon Kim, Ph.D. assistant professor of Computer Science, and his students in the ATR Lab assembling their robot, "Telebot-2" in preparation for their trip to Tokyo. Information Technology has a large range of technology workshops available to everyone - students, faculty, and staff. The new training space is conveniently located on the first floor of the Library in room 152, near the computer lab. With brand new computers and two 80” flat panel display screens, the space allows for an interactive training...

College of Communication & Information

Dr. Jong-Hoon Kim, Ph.D. assistant professor of Computer Science, and his students in the ATR Lab assembling their robot, "Telebot-2" in preparation for their trip to Tokyo. The Ph.D. program in Communication and Information requires a minimum of 40 semester hours of graduate credit beyond the Master's degree and 30 semester hours of dissertation work for a total of 70 semester hours. The doctoral program has a flexible structure. It is designed to provide both a broad interdisciplinary core of knowledge about...

College of Communication & Information

Dr. Jong-Hoon Kim, Ph.D. assistant professor of Computer Science, and his students in the ATR Lab assembling their robot, "Telebot-2" in preparation for their trip to Tokyo. The doctoral program in the College of Communication and Information prepares students for careers as scholars in the disciplines of communication and information. While students have a primary academic “home” in one of these six areas described below, we encourage CCI doctoral students to engage across disciplines, exploring the depth of...

School of Media and Journalism

The School of Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC) will host TechConnect 2015, a free, day-long workshop in Franklin Hall on Sunday, April 26, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  The event is open to students, faculty and professionals who want to learn how journalism and technology intersect learn cool stuff from tech experts about how journalism...