The Kent State University Board of Trustees approved a $3.2 million contract with Akron’s Signet Real Estate Group to lead the design phase for the new home for the College of Business Administration, a marquee building that is proposed to anchor the first phase of the Gateway to a Distinctive Kent State master plan, also called the Kent Gateway Plan.
Kent State University has selected Akron’s Signet Real Estate Group to lead the design phase of the marquee building of the first phase of the Kent Gateway Plan – the proposed new home for the College of Business Administration.
Shown is the exterior rendering of the proposed College of Business Administration by Signet Real Estate Group.
From snow-capped mountains in Alaska to the tropical beaches of Hawaii to the South Korean countryside and palatial modern architecture in Oman, a diverse collage of students from around the country and the world has descended on campus. Together, they make up Kent State University’s robust student body, comprising more than 38,000 students from all 50 states and 100 countries.
“We at Kent State feel called to play the role of convener -- to broker conversations that are more civil, braver, and more productive.”
At a time when our national conversation is plagued with division with opposing sides routinely attacking each other’s allegiances, Kent State University President Beverly J. Warren looked to the university’s history, specifically the campus shootings on May 4, 1970, and called on America to learn from its past to heal its present.
President Warren spoke Aug. 15, 2018, to an estimated crowd of 2,000 as a featured lecturer at the Chautauqua Institution’s weeklong investigation of “The Forgotten: History and Memory in the 21st Century.”
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.
The Kent State University alumni network will again grow its ranks this summer as more than a thousand Golden Flashes get their degrees. Kent State University will hold its Summer 2018 Commencement ceremonies for the Kent Campus on Saturday, Aug. 18, at the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center (MAC Center). The Kent Campus will confer 1,325 degrees, including 834 bachelor’s degrees, 410 master’s degrees, 68 doctoral degrees and 13 educational specialist degrees.
A Kent State University graduate displays his diploma for family and friends during the Summer 2017 Commencement ceremony in the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center.
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.
NEOMED will offer online graduate degree programs, starting with leadership training for practicing pharmacists
On Monday, Aug. 6, Northeast Ohio Medical University and Kent State University signed a shared services agreement that will enable NEOMED to offer online degree programs in its College of Graduate Studies.
Northeast Ohio Medical University President Jay Gershen and Kent State University President Beverly J. Warren pose for a photo after signing a shared services agreement.