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  • Chantelle Chapman

    Kennesaw State grad embraces the art of research

    June 14, 2024

    For Chantelle Chapman, research includes bright colors, gouache paints, and a studio—rather than test tubes, safety goggles, a lab coat, and a laboratory. From Chapman’s studio came an art project about an extinct bird, the Carolina parakeet, that was declared extinct in 1939. The series of gouache paintings, “Parakeet Lost,” built upon research that included visits to museum specimen collections, earned a runner-up prize at KSU’s Spring Symposium of Student Scholars, a rarity for a student in the College of the Arts.

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  • Research

    Hooty Hoo's Doing Research?

    June 12, 2024

    Follow along as the Office of Research highlights undergraduate students engaged in research through the First-Year Scholars Program.

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  • Miyanna Clements-Williamson

    Kennesaw State alum's inspiring, full-circle journey

    June 07, 2024

    Miyanna Clements-Williamson’s journey is a testament to the transformative power of resilience and the importance of finding community. When she first stepped on Kennesaw State University’s campus, she was classified as a McKinney-Vento student, a designation given to high school students who have experienced homelessness.

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  • Charles Koduru

    Kennesaw State graduate builds award-winning disinfection robot

    June 06, 2024

    Charles Koduru recalls his aunt and older sister working in hospital settings during the COVID-19 pandemic. Koduru, already interested in engineering, wanted to design a robot to make their jobs easier.

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  • Kennesaw State University

    Partnership gives Kennesaw State students paths to public service careers

    June 06, 2024

    Kennesaw State University is teaming with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to pursue careers in public service. Kennesaw State is beginning a three-year partnership with the HHS’ Pathways to Public Service program, which will help students obtain paid internships and entry-level positions with federal government agencies.

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  • William Reed

    Kennesaw State master's graduate makes the personal academic

    June 04, 2024

    As his master’s thesis started to take shape, recent Kennesaw State University graduate William Reed noticed a limited amount of literature reviewing soccer referees within exercise science. So, he broke new ground. Reed, who earned his master’s degree in exercise science, connected his love of soccer with his academic interest in human performance, earning acclaim along the way.

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  • Jacqueline Hand

    New scholarship the culmination of Kennesaw State alumni family success

    May 30, 2024

    Tanasia Kenney has plenty of childhood memories at Kennesaw State University. Her mother, former KSU employee Jacqueline Hand, frequently brought her to campus, where she was known as “Jackie’s daughter,” and became familiar with staff and faculty. Now a reporter for McClatchy news publications, Kenney is just one member of a KSU alumni family.

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  • Hydraulic Bike Team

    Kennesaw State Hydraulic Bike Team wins first place in national competition

    May 29, 2024

    The culmination of several months of hard work, Kennesaw State University’s Hydraulic Bike Team bested nine other universities en route to a first-place finish at the 2024 Fluid Power Vehicle Challenge Competition.

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  • Casey Hampson

    Kennesaw State physics major to spend summer at CERN

    May 28, 2024

    Growing up with an interest in space exploration, Casey Hampson knew physics would take him a long way. The Kennesaw State University rising junior has fulfilled that promise, accepting a research opportunity this summer at CERN in Switzerland, one of 15 students from the United States.

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  • Kennesaw State, DeKalb Schools partner for pipeline of highly trained educators

    Kennesaw State, DeKalb Schools partner for pipeline of highly trained educators

    May 16, 2024

    Through a new partnership with Kennesaw State University, a group of DeKalb County educators will receive specialized training and earn a master’s degree to assist with their district’s student needs. The Inspiring Greatness and Normalizing Innovation in Teacher Education (IGNITE) Teacher Residency Program aims to bolster teacher retention and combat a shortage of educators, while providing them with no-cost professional development. DeKalb County Schools launched the program in January, but the new partnership with KSU will expand it to specifically address a need for special education teachers.

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