October 17, 2019
Two faculty researchers were recently recognized for their contributions in the fields of chemistry and biology at KSU’s John C. Salerno Memorial Research Symposium, a symposium highlighting a cross-section of faculty research at the University. Altug Poyraz, assistant professor of chemistry, earned the John C. Salerno Prize for Research Achievement, and Martin Hudson, associate professor of biology, received the People’s Choice Award for Best Presentation.
October 03, 2019
Oktoberfest, the largest beer festival in the world, pays homage to the Bavarian culture that first introduced the popular beverage. And while we may celebrate the unique heritage of beer, what about the future of beer?
September 25, 2019
Kennesaw State University’s Office of Research will showcase a cross-section of faculty research during The John C. Salerno Memorial Research Symposium on Friday, Oct. 11.
September 24, 2019
There is an exciting buzz across campus as faculty members lean into defining how KSU will excel within its new status as an R2 (doctoral/research-intensive) university
August 28, 2019
Kennesaw State University and WellStar Health System will together address the bioethical issues faced by individuals experiencing social and/or economic hardships when trying to manage their healthcare needs. This recent research partnership is made possible through a National Institutes of Health grant.
June 17, 2019
MagMutual Insurance Company is the latest research laboratory as part of the Consortium in Healthcare Management and Informatics at Kennesaw State University.
April 03, 2019
Kennesaw State University will host the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), the largest event of its kind in the country, April 11-13. More than 4,000 undergraduate students will present their research at the Kennesaw Campus, including more than 800 attendees from 30 colleges and universities in Georgia — 400 of those from KSU.
March 27, 2019
Four Kennesaw State undergraduate researchers present their research projects today during the first Posters at the Georgia State Capitol, an event for undergraduate researchers to share their scholarly works with state government officials. Their projects are among the 41 selected to debut under the Gold Dome.
February 28, 2019
Three Kennesaw State University researchers studying health disparities among various rural and urban populations in Georgia have recently been awarded a National Institutes of Health grant. Evelina Sterling, assistant professor of sociology, along with associate professors of social work Carol Collard and Vanessa Robinson-Dooley, were recently awarded the $404,000 three-year grant to develop a new self-management and support intervention program for low-income African-American men with multiple chronic conditions.
December 13, 2018
Kennesaw State University researcher Daniel Morris recently received a three-year $403,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to improve the delivery of protein therapeutics and the CRISPR/Cas gene-editing technology to living cells.