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  • Mario Bretfeld

    Kennesaw State project aims to change minds on native plants

    July 19, 2024

    With ecology as common ground, Mario Bretfeld, Michael Blackwell, and Eric Duncan have taken on a bit of a marketing project. They want people to love weeds. Using scientific acumen, the trio want people to reconsider certain plants as beneficial to the environment, thanks to a project housed at Kennesaw State University’s Field Station.

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  • Kayla Anderson

    KSU student studies VR's use in strengthening physically limited adults

    July 18, 2024

    Kayla Anderson is an exercise science major at Kennesaw State University who is participating in the Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) under the mentorship of Garrett Hester, associate professor of exercise science in the Wellstar College of Health and Human Services.

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  • Darral Tate

    Kennesaw State alumnus chases passion for architecture and design

    July 17, 2024

    Growing up, Darral Tate knew architecture was an important vocation but did not recognize the beauty in it until later in life. Encouraged by his mother to find his place as an artist, he found the perfect outlet in architecture. Since graduating from Kennesaw State University in 2019, Tate has continued to use his skills to launch a flourishing career in the built environment.

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  • Mary Dioise Ramos

    KSU nursing professors honored as Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing

    July 16, 2024

    Kennesaw State nursing professors Mary Dioise Ramos and Chinomso Nwozichi have been selected as Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing. Induction into the Academy is a significant milestone in a nurse leader’s career in which their accomplishments are honored by their colleagues within and outside the profession. Fellows are selected based on their contributions and impact to advance the public’s health.

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  • Tommy Brown

    Kennesaw State undergrad researcher is shooting for the stars

    July 15, 2024

    Tommy Brown has been fascinated by the vastness of space and the mystery of faraway stars for as long as he can remember, so it’s only natural he chose to pursue engineering. With the help of Kennesaw State University’s Office of Undergraduate Research, the sophomore said he’s thrown himself so deeply into his work with the Summer Undergraduate Research Program that he could see himself one day enhancing space exploration technologies or helping to expand researchers’ understanding of Mars.

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  • How personalities, cultural identities can help process trauma

    How personalities, cultural identities can help process trauma

    July 12, 2024

    Alexa Brown is a senior psychology major whose research project is titled, “How Cultural Identity Moderates the Relationship Between Maladaptive Personality Traits and Post-Traumatic Growth Following Traumatic Experience.”

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  • Kennesaw State senior design team places third in international competition

    Kennesaw State senior design team places third in international competition

    July 12, 2024

    A Kennesaw State University engineering senior design team recently secured a third place finish at the Industrial and Systems Engineering Capstone Senior Design Project competition in Montr

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  • Mary Beck Pinkston

    Alumna sculptor creates captivating piece for Kennesaw State administration suite

    July 11, 2024

    A new owl has come to roost at Kennesaw State University. Its widely spread wings and extended talons grab the attention of visitors to the offices of President Kathy S. Schwaig and other top administrators. The sculpture by College of the Arts alumna Mary Beck Pinkston permanently joins paintings and other art pieces from the Zuckerman Museum of Art’s collection that decorate the space outside the president’s office.

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  • Emerson Smith

    Kennesaw State alum finding success at intersection of AI and animals

    July 08, 2024

    Emerson Smith knew he wanted to build his own company, he just didn’t always know what problem he could end up solving. After graduating from Kennesaw State University’s Coles College of Business in 2018, Smith tested a few business ideas before heading to Silicon Valley in California, working in software sales and development. It was there, while absorbing the in-demand technical knowledge that a lightbulb went off in his head, and HappyDoc – an AI assistant helping veterinarians drastically reduce the time it takes to complete their legally required record-keeping – was born.

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  • Conference USA

    Conference USA officially welcomes Kennesaw State as 10th member

    July 01, 2024

    Conference USA welcomes Kennesaw State University as the league's 10th member with Monday marking their official start in the conference.

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