November 18, 2021
Twenty-five years after she secured the U.S. its first gold medal in team gymnastics with an outstanding vault on an injured ankle, Kerri Strug on Wednesday shared with an audience at Kennesaw State University the advice that pushed her to that moment: Commit totally and without fear to what you believe in.
November 17, 2021
As students and alumni celebrate the Atlanta Braves’ first World Series championship since 1995, some in the Kennesaw State University community got to see the dream season unfold up close.
October 15, 2021
Kennesaw State University has named accomplished sociologist and scholar Catherine (Katie) Kaukinen as dean of the Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences, effective January 1.
October 04, 2021
Kennesaw State University political science professor Charity Butcher has been recognized for her contributions to undergraduate and graduate teaching with the 2021 Distinguished Teaching Award from the American Political Science Association (APSA).
September 23, 2021
Real estate executive Norman J. Radow and his wife Lindy were honored today at a ceremony celebrating Kennesaw State University’s newly named Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
August 03, 2021
Jaylen Jackson developed a love of languages as a Kennesaw State University student, and now he has received a Fulbright grant to continue toward his career goal of teaching English as a second language to adults. “Being a Fulbright recipient gives me a great opportunity to get experience and pursue my dream,” said Jackson, who will serve as an English teaching assistant at a university in Brazil for one year starting in March. “I know that a Fulbright is difficult to get, so I’m honored to be part of it.” Jackson, who graduated last year with an integrative studies degree, is one of three Kennesaw State alumni recently awarded a Fulbright to study or teach abroad.
July 29, 2021
Kennesaw State University has appointed renowned scholar Roslyn Satchel to lead the research efforts of the newly created Radow Institute for Social Equity (RISE), effective January 1. Satchel currently is the Blanche E. Seaver Professor of Communication at Pepperdine University and a Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society Fellow at Harvard Law School.
July 27, 2021
Driven by her free spirit and love of adventure, Kennesaw State student Ally Lothman embarked on the journey of a lifetime at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic when she packed up a renovated work van and traveled the desolate roads, documenting her remarkable journey along the way. Lothman, a senior majoring in journalism and emerging media who will graduate this month, was inspired by the Academy Award-winning film Nomadland, which follows the journey of a woman who travels the country as a van-dwelling nomad. She decided to create her own version of the film and renovate the van owned by her parents, and it earned her national recognition for her creativity.
July 16, 2021
Kennesaw State University’s Thomas Nisley has delved deeply into the Peace Corps, first as a volunteer worker helping communities in need and then as an academic researcher. His study indicates that the international assistance program is a significant and cost-effective component of the United States’ foreign affairs.
June 24, 2021
Research being conducted this summer by Kennesaw State University political science professor Thomas Rotnem could shape how the U.S. and other nations conduct foreign policy with Russia. As a Kennan Institute Summer Research Scholar, Rotnem is looking at Russia’s ambitious economic development plans in the Arctic, including development of the Northern Sea Route through the Artic Ocean.