November 10, 2023
Now in its seventh year, Empty Bowls is one of KSU’s largest fundraisers for Campus Awareness, Resource & Empowerment (CARE) Services. Including Thursday’s event, the program has raised more than $30,000 to support food insecure students on campus through the CARE Pantry.
September 26, 2023
Diana Gregory, professor of art education in the Kennesaw State University College of the Arts, was honored this month with a Felton Jenkins, Jr. Hall of Fame Faculty Award at the 19th Annual University System of Georgia Board of Regents Scholarship Gala.
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.
April 18, 2023
College of the Arts Theatre and Performance Studies professor Ming Chen has received the University Distinguished Professor Award, the top honor presented during Kennesaw State’s annual Faculty Awards ceremony on Monday.
April 12, 2023
When he arrived at Kennesaw State University in Fall 2009, Robert Boone Jr. had spent several years playing drums. More than a decade later, not only is Boone a working musician playing in clubs around Atlanta, but he is also the drummer in the legendary Count Basie Orchestra.
February 27, 2023
Senior Sydnee Goode created a movement for Black artists and musicians at KSU that will continue after she graduates.
February 16, 2023
Two Kennesaw State University faculty members have earned 2023 University System of Georgia Board of Regents’ Awards — one award recognizing an innovative program to guide student research and another honoring the contributions of a longtime faculty member to the teaching field.
February 08, 2023
Kennesaw State University Bailey School of Music will celebrate Black History Month with a festival of five concerts, beginning Feb. 17 and running through Feb. 25. “Moving Forward, Together” features a myriad of creative talent, including choral, jazz, orchestra, gospel, and even an interdisciplinary production.
December 14, 2022
Kennesaw State University’s Convocation Center echoed with sounds of jubilation this week as students participated in the time-honored tradition of the Commencement ceremonies. This week, nearly 3,000 students will walk across the stage in one of six ceremonies in which undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students will be awarded degrees from the University. Enjoy this look back at the sights and sounds of the week’s festivities. Congratulations to the Class of 2022!
December 02, 2022
Wriggling into a stretchy, full-body black suit with internal wires, Kennesaw State University senior Jordan Carter smiled. “I feel like a spy,” the dance major said as she zipped up the motion capture suit, put on the accompanying gloves and strapped an elastic crown to her head. Nearby, KSU assistant professor of dance Andrea Knowlton watched two stick-figure avatars on a laptop screen. Carter and junior Tyler Hayes admired their suits and made adjustments before going through a series of predetermined movements.