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.
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.
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.
May 26, 2023
In one moment, Heru Crooks’ life trajectory changed when he was seriously injured in a car crash in 2016.
May 25, 2023
From the initial reading of the script to final curtain, Kennesaw State's Department of Theatre and Performance Studies gives students an immersive experience in preparing and performing major stage productions.
May 22, 2023
Kennesaw State University associate professor of exercise science Katherine Ingram studies maternal health, including markers of body fat measures, daily activity and cardiorespiratory fitness in early pregnancy to predict risk of developing gestational diabetes.
May 19, 2023
Rachel Kaplan’s career journey started in the great indoors. Now you’ll find her studying songbirds in the great outdoors.
May 17, 2023
Building on the success of an initiative to increase the number of Black male teachers, Kennesaw State University is giving younger local students of color a chance to explore life as education majors and teachers.
May 11, 2023
Kennesaw State University has named Karin Scarpinato as vice president for research, effective July 1. Scarpinato currently serves as senior associate vice president for research at Florida Atlantic University (FAU).
May 10, 2023
Kennesaw State University alumna Georgia McGaughey, a leading scientist in the pharmaceutical field, encouraged graduates of the College of Science and Mathematics in a commencement speech Tuesday and left the lasting gift of an endowed scholarship.