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.
November 28, 2022
Kennesaw State University researcher Christina Scherrer’s studies on school-based dental health programs have shown how effective they can be in reducing tooth decay in elementary-aged children. Now, through a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Scherrer is expanding her research to see if similar programs can also help children in middle school.
November 18, 2022
November 15, 2022
While organizations naturally want to have principled leaders, researchers have found a surprising twist that chief executive officers (CEOs) with high integrity can have negative effects on the companies they lead.
November 14, 2022
Kennesaw State University’s Neil Duchac, who serves as the director of the Academy for Inclusive Learning and Social Growth, will take his expertise in disability services to the other side of the world.
November 10, 2022
Nearly 200 U.S. military veterans living in Georgia died by suicide in 2020, contributing to a total of 6,146 veteran suicides nationwide that year. Kennesaw State’s Center for the Advancement of Military and Emergency Services (AMES) and the Georgia Department of Veterans Service (GDVS) are now partnering to help reduce this tragedy.
November 09, 2022
This fall, Kennesaw State University experienced another record enrollment, topping more than 43,000 students. This is the fourth consecutive year that enrollment has grown at Georgia’s third-largest university.
October 20, 2022
A decade after discovering the role of a specific protein in muscle formation, a Kennesaw State University associate professor of biology has earned a $400,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to delve deeper into that process.
June 17, 2022
Growing up in Haiti as a child, Carl Saint-Louis aspired to be just like Charles Xavier, Professor X, his favorite fictional character on the animated television series “X-Men”.
June 15, 2022
Tyler Reinagel, associate vice president for economic development in Kennesaw State University’s Office of Research, is one of 54 leaders named this week to the Atlanta Regional Commission’s 2022 leadership institute.