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  • Deans make meaningful impact through scholarships

    Deans make meaningful impact through scholarships

    Dr. Katie Kaukinen began her career at Kennesaw State as dean of the Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences in January 2022. In July 2022, Dr. Karen Kornweibel joined the KSU community as dean of the Keeping Sights Upward (KSU) Journey Honors College. Now, both are making a profound impact on student success through scholarship support.

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  • Brett and Lesha White

    The competitive advantage: Laying the foundation for the future of KSU Baseball

    For Brett and Lesha White, becoming part of the Kennesaw State community was divine intervention. Residents of north Georgia, the Whites have witnessed the expansion of KSU over the years.

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  • Andre Schnabl and Denny Marcus with KSU Leadership

    Opening the door for KSU students to experience the world

    Schnabl, a trustee for the KSU Foundation, and his wife, Denny Marcus, have pledged $50,000 to establish the Andre Schnabl and Denny Marcus Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship.

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  • Gene and Pat Henssler

    Gene and Pat Henssler fuel student success in academics and athletics

    Gene and Pat Henssler have been instrumental partners in the Kennesaw State University community for nearly four decades.

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  • UPS executives Luis Arriaga and Scott Keaton

    'Day in the Nest' event at Kennesaw State brings industry and students together

    Dozens of eager students were in attendance for a “Day in the Nest” event that brought executives with Atlanta-based package delivery giant UPS face to face with Kennesaw State University engineering students. The end goal was simple: for each group to showcase what they had to offer the other.

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  • Crossing the finish line

    Crossing the finish line

    A recent gift of $100,000 from the Marine Corps Coordinating Council of Georgia established The Colonel George Bailey, USMC Endowed Scholarship Fund at Kennesaw State University.

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  • Shelley Elder

    Planting seeds for future success

    Shelley Elder's recent gifts to the University are motivated by her excitement about the growth KSU is experiencing, and the impact students have on Cobb County's workforce upon graduation.

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