The Division of Research and Economic Development recently hosted its research and innovation forum, featuring faculty and undergraduate student pairs presenting their Summer Undergraduate Research Experience work.
With more than six months at the helm of Kent State University’s research division, Vice President Douglas Delahanty, Ph.D., has been hard at work making sure the university is sharply focused on its collaborations with business and industry and maintaining its R1 research status. He recently sat down with Kent State Today to talk about his first year and changes in the division.
A new study led by Archaeologist Michelle Bebber, Ph.D., an assistant professor in Kent State University’s Department of Anthropology, has demonstrated that the atlatl (i.e. spear thrower) functions as an “equalizer”, a finding which supports women’s potential active role as prehistoric hunters.