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Kent Wired

Groundbreaking to show future of science buildings

Keisha Burley October 1, 2015

Kent State's College of Arts and Sciences will be holding a groundbreaking on Oct. 2 to celebrate the construction of the new Integrated Sciences Building.The new building will be adjacent to the Student...

Hiroshi Yokoyama, director of Kent States Liquid Institute, poses for a portrait outside of the third floor laboratory that will be the primary facility for incoming students of a new Liquid Crystal masters program in fall of 2015. Yokoyama will direct the new program.

Liquid Crystal Institute to celebrate 50th anniversary

Gabrielle Woodard September 23, 2015

The Liquid Crystal Institute at Kent State is celebrating its 50th anniversary this Friday starting at 10 a.m. in the Kiva.The event will include speeches from Kent State President Beverly Warren, Dean...

Provost Todd Diacon stands up and leaves after a question is directed at him during an open forum held by students to address the race issues at Kent State in the Governance Chambers on Wednesday, April 22, 2015.

Students challenge Provost to increase funding for Pan-African and LGBTQ programs, address discrimination in tenure process

Matthew Merchant April 22, 2015

Alleged racial discrimination in the faculty tenure process was one of three concerns raised in a student-led forum on Wednesday in the Student Center Governance Chambers.More than 100 students, faculty...

Arno River in Florence, Italy

College of Arts and Sciences gets new profile at Florence campus

Audrey Fletcher January 21, 2015

Sophomore psychology major Teddy Kamody was inspired to study abroad after his sister did and shared her experience with him.He attended a meeting during the fall semester and solidified his decision to...

The new dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Kent state, James Blank, plans to tell the story of humanities through programs and conferences.

More Than a Blank Slate: New dean continues initiatives for humanities, student success

Audrey Fletcher January 11, 2015

For biologist James Blank, becoming a dean was never part of the plan: He came to Kent State not anticipating to stay here.More than 25 years later, Blank has moved from the faculty ranks to the director...

The entrance of Williams Hall is showing signs of wear and tear due to the buildings age. Williams Hall was built in the late 1960s and has not been renovated since.

Versatile labs in future for science buildings

Haley Baker February 18, 2014

Kent State could receive $18.5 million in capital funding from the Ohio Higher Education Funding Commission to improve the science facilities. Kent is one of 150 improvement projects endorsed by the commission.“Our...

Women’s Studies closing rumor false

Julia Sprowls February 10, 2014

A recent rumor about the Women’s Studies program at Kent State closing has turned out to be false, Suzanne Holt, director of Women’s Studies and arts and sciences lecturer, said. Current and recent...

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