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Gilson Dos Santos, a senior computer science major, controls his team’s autonomous flight attendant prototype.

SkyHack brings students together to solve real world issues for $10,000

Nick Gates October 15, 2017

Students from across the country competed in the College of Aeronautics and Engineering’s SkyHack hackathon this Homecoming weekend for an opportunity to win $10,000.The hackathon pinned teams of students...

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$6.5 million building at university airport promises more space

Natalie Meek and Colin Baker September 21, 2017

Kent State’s Aeronautics Program plans to add a $6.5 million academic building to the Kent State University Airport property.The new 17,800-square-foot facility will house collaborative spaces, upgraded...

Dr. Maureen McFarland, Program Director of Aeronautics (Left), Beverly Warren, President (Middle), and Robert Sines Jr., Dean (Right), pose at the Kent State University Aeronautics Fair, on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017.

Aeronautics Fair brings university, community together

Natalie Meek September 9, 2017

Kent State’s College of Aeronautics and Engineering hosted its 21st annual Aeronautics Fair Saturday, Sept. 9.Held at the university-owned Andrew Paton Field, the hanger was open to the public and filled...

Aeronautics and Technology Building on Tuesday, June 6, 2017. The building is home to the College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology.

CAEST to be renamed the College of Aeronautics and Engineering

Ray Padilla June 8, 2017

The Kent State Board of Trustees approved a proposed name change for the College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology (CAEST) during the May 31 meeting. The college will now be named the...

Provost fellow Jarrod Tudor reviews notes at Monday afternoons faculty senate meeting in the governance chambers, March 17, 2014.

Educational Policies Council emphasizes student success

Marissa Barnhart March 17, 2014

Melody Tankersley, associate provost for academic affairs, said she calls the policies discussed during the Educational Policies Council (EPC) meeting “student success policies.”“We’re looking...

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