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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Lique Coolen is a neuroscience professor and the associate dean for the College of Arts & Sciences. Coolen has studied neuroscience for 26 years, focusing in areas of research like reproduction. Courtesy of Kent State University 

Choose Ohio First grant awarded to Kent State; four STEM programs added

Kelly Krabill Reporter May 8, 2021

Kent State has been awarded $3.5 million from the Choose Ohio First grant to support students in STEM-related majors. First-time students studying science, technology, engineering, mathematics or medicine...

Kent State Scientista Co-President Nora Honkomp.

Kent State’s Scientista chapter offers women in STEM majors a place to find success

Kandra Hill Reporter October 15, 2020

Only about a quarter of people who work in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are women, according to the National Girls Collaborative Project. Undergraduate women in STEM majors...

Jamil Wright, a rising 10th grader at Akron’s NIHF STEM High School, works with other I Promise students on their team brand identity on June 18 at Kent State University.

How the partnership between The LeBron James Family Foundation and Kent State came to be

Simon Hannig June 21, 2018

The LeBron James Family Foundation and Kent State announced this week they have agreed to a partnership.According to WKYC, the I PROMISE high school students will live on the Kent campus from Monday through...

A camper builds a LEGO model during a LEGO WeDo Robotics Level 1 camp in the AT&T Classroom of Moulton Hall on Monday, July 20, 2015.

Kent State hosts kids for LEGO WeDo Robotics camp

Austin Bennett July 21, 2015

In an effort to strengthen its relationship with the community, Kent State began Level Two of its LEGO WeDo Robotics camp Monday.Students who participated in the previous camp were invited back to participate...

 Zeynep Ozgur, 16, explains to a group of her classmates how her smartphone can be used to transfer messages to an LED light board during the STEM Science Fair event in the Kent State Ballroom on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015.

NEOHSTEM hosts third annual science fair at Kent State

Jacob Runnels January 25, 2015

More than 250 participants attended the third annual Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Project Fair on Saturday Jan. 24 in the Student Center Ballroom.The Northeast Ohio STEM (NEOHSTEM)...

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