Marcia Lei Zeng, professor of library and information science, has been appointed to an international working group that is developing digital library guidelines and best practices for use around the world. Read more
Beginning July 1, the value of FlashLine increases with the single-sign-on into Microsoft Outlook’s Web e-mail interface and other enhancements. PLUS: Two critical link updates for departmental and Regional Campus Webmasters. Read more
Dr. J. W. (Bill) Doane, director emeritus of Kent State’s Liquid Crystal Institute ® (LCI), has been awarded the first-ever Slottow-Owaki Prize for Display Education by the Society for Information Display (SID). Read more
Whether you’re looking for a ride to work or a new car to drive there, make your way to the Car Pools and Classifieds message boards to find what you need (or maybe a few things you just want). Read more
Anatomy of the Technology Transfer
Kent State is bustling with groundbreaking research, patents and technology licenses that enable the university’s mission as a bellwether of economic and regional development in Northeast Ohio.
And one key player in this mission is the Office of Technology Transfer, which develops practical applications that benefit society and commercial strategies that assist regional growth.
In this week’s video, get inside the Office of Technology Transfer with Gregory Wilson, associate vice president for economic development, and others who talk about the world of university research and the road that research takes from idea to reality.