Educators from Brazil visited Northeast Ohio institutions for inspirations in innovative teaching.
Kyle Jackson hit a two-out three-run homer, capping a four-run eighth and giving the Golden Flashes a 6-4 comeback win over the Western Michigan Broncos in the opening game of the 2023 Mid-American Conference tournament.
For most, the craft known as flintknapping is a skilled hobby or art form that was thought to occasionally require bandages or stitches. However, new research suggests flintknapping is far more dangerous than previously understood.
Brian Neff, assistant dean of flight and operations at Kent State University’s College of Aeronautics and Engineering, was recently featured on Spectrum News 1 Ohio with a Kent State aeronautics student to shed light on the national pilot shortage and explain what Kent State is doing to help fix this shortage.
Commencement ceremonies for Kent State University's College of Podiatric Medicine's Class of 2023 were held on the university's Kent Campus.
U.S. News & World Report ranks 11 Kent State University programs among the best in the nation in its recently released 2023-2024 Best Graduate Schools rankings.
Mark Ledoux's work has made a difference with a lot of students. Make that, a lot of students. For more than a decade, he's been on the front lines in helping new students find what they need to afford their journey. Recently, a single interaction with a graduate left a lasting impression.
As Kara Crissman's maternity leave came to an end, she took to LinkedIn to reflect on the pros and cons of being home with a newborn.
When Kent State University President Todd Diacon used his May 13 commencement address to send a message to state officials who are challenging Ohio’s public universities as a bastion for the privileged, the reaction was swift and supportive from alumni and friends of the university.
“There is in Ohio, among some state elected officials, a growing ivory tower accusation being leveled against our state’s public universities and against, quite frankly, Kent State University,” Diacon told thousands gathered for commencement.
Kent State University education major Klair Heestand said the time she spent teaching refugee students in Akron in the spring was excellent preparation for when she enters her own classroom one day.
“It was very helpful, because we’re going to have students of varying abilities, and students for whom English is a second language, no matter where we teach,” Heestand said. “We don’t need anyone left behind because of a language barrier.”
“There is in Ohio, among some state elected officials, a growing ivory tower accusation being leveled against our state’s public universities and against, quite frankly, Kent State University,” President Todd Diacon said.
On May 18-19, the university community will celebrate Kent State University’s 113th birthday with its annual Day of Giving.
With a flip of a tassel, Kent State's Spring Class of 2023 transformed from students to alumni.
A literature professor from Chonnam National University in Gwangju, South Korea, is wrapping up a year as a visiting scholar at Kent State University with hopes of creating an exchange program between the two schools based on their historic campus tragedies.
Before he leaves the Kent Campus at the end of June, Yeonmin Kim, Ph.D. ‘13, hopes to have plans in place for a continued exchange of students between the two universities, to further the understanding and legacies of May 4, 1970, at Kent State and May 18, 1980, at Chonnam.
Bob Christy, a well-known figure on campus for more than 23 years, received a graduate degree from Kent State on Thursday.