Kent State University’s inaugural Anti-Racism Conference kicked off Thursday with several hundred students, faculty and staff taking part.
For as long as she can remember, Lauren Hollis has enjoyed being a salesperson. Her love for sales began as a young child as she made bookmarks from strips of paper and sold them door to door in her neighborhood.
Alumna Jessica Hudson, the new president of the Summa Foundation and chief development officer for Summa Health, speaks with Kent State Today about her new role.
The Kent State community planted more than 100 trees in the Climate Change Grove to help offset the university’s carbon footprint and provide a way to research the effects of climate change in our immediate environments.
Hailing from 39 U.S. states and Washington, D.C., this freshman class also represents 31 countries, more than doubling the freshman international student population from the previous year.
The School of Media and Journalism hosted Brenna Parker, digital director for Vice President Kamala Harris, for refreshments and a discussion with Parker about her journey at Kent State and beyond.
The Kent State University Golden Flashes family was marking milestones and making memories at Homecoming 2022, held Saturday, Oct. 1. Kent State alumni, students, parents, employees and community members donned their blue-and-gold gear and reunited for one of the university’s long-standing traditions.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted recently issued a joint proclamation recognizing the impact that employee-owned companies have on Ohio’s economy as well as the work of the Ohio Employee Ownership Center (OEOC) based at Kent State University, which requested the proclamation. The OEOC has served as a nonprofit outreach center providing support, resources and assistance to businesses since 1987.
EHHS alumnus Erica Maxwell and her teenage daughter, Jessica Alexander, visited the Child Development Center to read from their newly published book, “Beauty With a Birthmark.”
The “Pride in Kent'' exhibition displays 26 pieces of art created by 11 different LGBTQ+ members and allies. The exhibition will be on display during Main Street Kent’s Rainbow Weekend, Oct. 7 and 8.
Kent State is honoring and commemorating the 50th anniversary of Title IX legislation with a year-long celebration, highlighting the success and impact of women's athletics at Kent State University.
Bobby Selvaggio, associate professor in the School of Music and director of the jazz studies program, has a storied musical resume. But what he is most proud of are the lessons he can pass on to his students.