Kent State University's Brain Health Research Institute hosted its 11th Annual Neuroscience Symposium on Oct. 26-27, where speakers and presenters from academia and private industry discussed the field of brain-machine interface.
Mental health can be a tough topic for students to discuss, but it shouldn’t be. Kent State University is working to make having those conversations a little easier. Taléa R. Drummer-Ferrell, Ph.D., and the CARES Center hosted their Warmup to Mental Health event on the first floor of the Kent Student Center.
Brain health researchers, including J. David Glass, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences at Kent State University, have been conducting studies that show the connection between cycling and increased happiness and brainpower.
Fall is here, and while the leaves are changing and the pumpkin spice is flowing, this also means that schoolwork is piling up and classes are moving at full speed. It also means stress for students can start to become overwhelming.