Kennesaw State’s Department of Dance expands with new facilities
Kennesaw State University’s newly formed Department of Dance has just completed the second phase of an expansion to its Chastain Pointe facilities.
Much ado for Georgia Shakespeare as it announces new academic partners
Georgia Shakespeare is launching partnerships with Kennesaw State University, Brenau University and the University of North Georgia.
Patricia S. Poulter takes reins of the College of the Arts.
Kennesaw State University President Daniel S. Papp has named Patty S. Poulter dean of the College of the Arts, effective July 1.
KSU art students participate in 2013 Collage Colloquium
Several Kennesaw State University School of Art and Design students recently participated in the 2013 Collage Colloquium at Agnes Scott College.
KSU Department of Dance introduces first education abroad program With much excitement and anticipation, Kennesaw State University’s Department of Dance is launching its first education abroad experience. read more
Bernard A. Zuckerman
KSU mourns the loss of philanthropist and university benefactor Bernard A. Zuckerman. read more
Summer Study in Montepulciano, Italy
Study abroad this summer in
Montepulciano, Italy, and take courses in art, theater, literature and more. The program includes field trips to Rome, Florence, Siena and Pisa. read more
Summer Study in Ireland
Around St. Patrick’s Day, there is always a lot of interest in Ireland, but the Emerald Isle is already on the minds of students in the Kennesaw State Department of Theatre & Performance Studies. read more
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