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  • Researcher discovering better approaches to help the grieving

    Researcher discovering better approaches to help the grieving

    June 26, 2023

    Curiosity drives Chinasa Elue even when she’s hurting. After her mother passed away in 2019, Elue was still processing her grief when the spread of coronavirus turned into a deadly pandemic in early 2020 that upended lives around the world, including her workplace, Kennesaw State, and other colleges and universities across the nation.

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  • Kennesaw State student finds direction in chemistry with Double-Owl program

    Kennesaw State student finds direction in chemistry with Double-Owl program

    June 23, 2023

    If she’s not in the lab, you can find Kennesaw State senior Ariane Charland-Martin on one of her favorite hiking trails around the area. This is where she decompresses from life as a dual bachelor’s and master’s student studying chemistry.

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  • Back in the Nest: Former student-athletes return to KSU as coaches

    Back in the Nest: Former student-athletes return to KSU as coaches

    June 21, 2023

    Former student-athlete Brea Dickey will always remember Kennesaw State as the place where she rediscovered her love of softball – twice. She first came to KSU as a heralded player from Lawrenceville, Georgia, earning ASUN all-conference honors and setting a Division I-era school record for batting average. Today, Dickey is one of a handful of former student-athletes who have returned to campus as a coach to lead the next generation of Owls.

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  • Kennesaw State faculty member earns prestigious cybersecurity fellowship

    Kennesaw State faculty member earns prestigious cybersecurity fellowship

    June 14, 2023

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) Cybersecurity Center of Excellence chose Kennesaw State associate professor Ramazan S. Aygun for its prestigious Trusted CI (Cyberinfrastructure) Fellows program, which provides seven of the nation’s top scientific cybersecurity experts with advanced training.

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  • Researcher uses virtual reality to help autism spectrum students cope

    Researcher uses virtual reality to help autism spectrum students cope

    June 12, 2023

    Joy Li, assistant professor of game design and development in the College of Computing and Software Engineering, has always been interested in using advanced gaming tools in a serious manner.

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  • Kennesaw State faculty study shows potential effects of presidents

    Kennesaw State faculty study shows potential effects of presidents' use of Twitter

    June 09, 2023

    Twitter can influence American standing in the world when one of its 350 million users is the U.S. president, a study from Kennesaw State University suggests.

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  • Seasoned leader takes charge of Military and Veterans Services at Kennesaw State

    Seasoned leader takes charge of Military and Veterans Services at Kennesaw State

    June 07, 2023

    Don’t let her smaller stature or quiet demeanor fool you; Stacey Dixon has shown she is a powerhouse with a purpose. In her new role as Director of Military and Veteran Services at Kennesaw State University, she is on a mission to revitalize the program to reach more students.

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  • Kennesaw State targets in-school mental health gaps using $4.4 million federal grant

    Kennesaw State targets in-school mental health gaps using $4.4 million federal grant

    June 05, 2023

    Bringing needed school-based mental health resources into five rural northwest Georgia counties is the aim of a five-year, federally funded project led by Kennesaw State University.

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  • Kennesaw State graduate programs meeting rising demands

    Kennesaw State graduate programs meeting rising demands

    June 02, 2023

    From 2021 to 2022, Kennesaw State University enjoyed another year of student body growth and record-setting enrollment when many universities in the state saw theirs shrink. One of the major drivers of the University’s fourth consecutive year of growth was a more than 6% uptick in graduate student enrollment over the previous fall semester.

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  • Kennesaw State sibling students show diligence, care in school and life

    Kennesaw State sibling students show diligence, care in school and life

    May 31, 2023

    Three days a week, Kennesaw State University students Emily and Calvin Ghasemi attend classes remotely from their home in Woodstock, Georgia. They watch lectures on Zoom and Microsoft Teams and receive assignments from their professors via email.

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