January 12, 2023
A business founded by researchers at Kennesaw State University to improve the process of growing specialty mushrooms won the People’s Choice Award and finished among four finalists at the Ag Innovation Challenge sponsored by the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF).
January 11, 2023
Kennesaw State University’s Wellstar School of Nursing has received a federal grant to teach graduate students how to help patients break increasingly deadly opioid addictions.
December 21, 2022
Researchers across Kennesaw State colleges look to solve problems, whether they exist on a local, national, or global scale.
December 08, 2022
Between workouts and 12-hour clinical shifts, Kennesaw State senior Sarah Hendrick has lived college life to the fullest. As a nursing major and undergraduate researcher in the Wellstar College of Health and Human Services, she participated in the Symposium of Student Scholars presenting a study on opioid addiction. As an athlete on KSU’s track and field team, she has earned all-America honors four times in the 800-meter run. To top it off, Hendrick has done all of this while earning President’s List six times and the Dean’s List twice.
December 07, 2022
By discovering a process that could simplify the manufacturing of advanced materials used in consumer electronics, Kennesaw State University assistant professor of chemistry Graham Collier has earned a nearly $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to expand his research.
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.