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New PTSD sleep pattern research completed

Jacob Runnels April 12, 2015

A team of graduate and undergraduate students has concluded their research on the relationships between sleep patterns, smoking and post-traumatic stress disorder.“What we did was analyze the research...

Graduate students showcase research in annual symposium

Jacob Runnels April 6, 2015

The Graduate Student Senate hosted the 30th annual Graduate Research Symposium in the Student Center on Friday, showcasing research projects conducted by graduate students of varying majors.Scout McCully,...

Graphic by Ryan Dunn

‘Formula to Finish’ encourages four-year graduation plan

Hanna Moore September 25, 2014

“Formula to Finish,” also known as Got 15?, is a new university program launched June 2 that aims to save students time and money by having them complete 15 credit hours per semester.The initiative...

Patrick Markovich (left) and Sarah Holmes (right) work at the Performing Arts Library Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Markovich has been working at the library for the past year and Holmes has been a part of the team for eight months. The two are available at the desk to help answer any questions regarding the library.

Subject librarians assist students with research

Christopher Woods April 29, 2014

University Libraries has 20 workers who specialize in serving as resources to help students, faculty and staff with research and gathering information. These university employees are called subject librarians.Head...

Doctor Wei You, from the Department of Chemistry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill presented at this years Photovoltaic Symposium held in the Moulton Ballroom on Wednesday April 16th, 2014. Doctor Yous presentation was on Utilizing Conjugated Polymers For Solar Energy Harvesting.

Kent State hosts 3rd Annual Organic Photovoltaics Symposium

Haley Baker April 16, 2014

Researchers from across the region gathered in Moulton Hall on Wednesday for Kent State’s third annual Symposium on the Advances in Organic Photovoltaics, or OPVs, to present their latest finding on...

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