March 29, 2023
#AsAnOwl, senior mechanical engineering student Kevin Tran is honing in on engineering skills as a research assistant. He explains how undergraduate research has benefitted him, and why other students should explore research opportunities.
March 28, 2023
March 27, 2023
In 2004, Humayun Zafar was a young computer programmer working for Kodak when a hacker nearly derailed his first major project. That incident was the catalyst that changed the course of his career.
March 24, 2023
Each spring, more than 30 students from Georgia’s colleges and universities are selected to participate in the Georgia Legislative Internship Program (GLIP) and receive firsthand experience seeing the legislative process up close.
March 20, 2023
Fewer parasites in U.S. waters might be seen by many as a good thing, but a Kennesaw State University biologist says the trend signals potential danger for fish and other wildlife.
March 17, 2023
A Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Activity Leadership (HPAL) degree program will be offered starting next fall in Kennesaw State University’s Wellstar College of Health and Human Services.
March 16, 2023
Three Kennesaw State students are among a group of 27 chosen to participate in RCE Greater Atlanta’s SDG Futures Fellowship, aiming to make a difference in the world through sustainable development education and leadership.
March 13, 2023
For most people, hospitals and healthcare facilities are a necessary evil, but to Kennesaw State alum and award-winning architect, Josh Robinson, they represent hope.
March 10, 2023
Kennesaw State University has recently welcomed new deans to lead three of its colleges – Katie Kaukinen in the Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences; Karen Kornweibel in the KSU Journey Honors College and Juliet Langman in the Graduate College. Each are accomplished scholars and leaders who come to KSU ready to help the University achieve its goals.
March 08, 2023
Education is one of those unique fields in which many describe their choice to become a teacher as a calling. Their passion has given them the strength to weather many challenges. However, over the past two years, most specifically due to COVID-19 and other stressors in the classroom, teachers have been considering leaving the profession at higher rates than in years prior. While the challenges remain, the next generation of educators in Kennesaw State’s Bagwell College of Education are hopeful and ready to make a positive impact.