Congressman Tim Ryan Announces Kent State University to Receive $1.43 Million in Federal Research Grants

Jun 19, 2014 Issues: Education

Warren, Ohio – Congressman Tim Ryan announces $1.43 Million in National Science Foundation research grants to be awarded to Kent State University.  

“Kent State has an exceptional academic and research track record that is only further proven by these well-deserved grant announcements,” said Congressman Ryan. “Advancements in scientific research and education is crucial for our nation to stay competitive and remain a world leader; and I am pleased that these federal investments are being made right here in our backyard.”

Kent State University has received three federal grant awards through the National Science Foundation and expire in 2017.

  • Structure of the Nucleon and Few-Body Nuclear Systems with Electron Scattering Project received $570,000.00
  • Oxytocin and the Ontogeny of Aggressive Behavior Project received $400,000.00
  • Structure and Properties of the Twist-Bend Nematic Phase Project received $460,000.00