Congressman Ryan Announces $134,535 Grant Awarded to Kent State University

Jul 18, 2013 Issues: Education

Congressman Tim Ryan is announcing today that Kent State University is to receive a grant of $134,535 from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The project  is entitled “Geographies of Health and Medical Programs in a Conflict-society” and it is a part of the NSF’s Geography and Spatial Sciences Program. The grant will fund two Kent State graduate students and one undergraduate student’s research between August 1, 2013 and April 30, 2015.

“I am proud that this grant has been awarded to Kent State, and with their outstanding record in academic research this funding will certainly go a long way,” said Congressman Ryan. “Advancements in research and education are necessary to stay competitive on a global scale; that is why it is crucial that the federal government continue to make these investments into America’s future.”


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