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    Kennesaw State adding program to diversify biomedical sciences

    July 12, 2022

    Increasing diversity among students pursuing doctoral degrees in biomedical sciences is the aim of a federally funded program recently implemented at Kennesaw State University.

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    A trio of Kennesaw State students spreads the gospel of ecology and conservation through engaging social media content

    June 21, 2022

    Christian Cave saw some movement in the water. Based on the ripple patterns on the water’s surface, he identified it as a snapping turtle. From the high bank, the Kennesaw State sophomore environmental science major dove into the creek. Standing ankle-deep in the water and holding a camera, Bobby Hardin Jr. reached into a backpack with a free hand to toss Cave a snorkel and mask, while Ryland McGreevy hopped in the water to try and direct the turtle toward Cave.

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    Saint-Louis's undergraduate experience at Kennesaw State prepared him to return as faculty member

    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”.

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    Kennesaw State researchers work to reduce threat of deadly disease to bats

    June 08, 2022

    In November, knee-deep in chilly water, Kennesaw State University graduate students Makayla Ferrari and Jordyn Upton waded into a culvert underneath Interstate 75 near Forsyth, Ga., carrying paper bags, a step ladder and a flashlight.

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    Kennesaw State student's research aids in approach to deadly horse ailment

    June 01, 2022

    Kennesaw State University’s Lauren Christian knows the importance of the phrase “healthy as a horse.” As an equestrian, she’s been around horses her whole life and used her undergraduate research to help horses and their owners.

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    Kennesaw State senior earns spot in exclusive chemistry research program

    May 27, 2022

    Kennesaw State University chemistry major Kaia Ellis is one of nine undergraduate students chosen from a pool of hundreds of applicants for a prestigious 10-week summer research program in chemistry at Northeastern University in Boston.

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    Kennesaw State professor finds purpose, inspiration in collaboration

    May 23, 2022

    Whether it’s helping with research designed to save bats from extinction or working with the theater department on a play about Bigfoot, Kennesaw State University biologist Thomas McElroy is a natural collaborator.

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    Making Their Mark: Newest KSU alumni are ready for the world

    May 18, 2022

    On May 11-12 Kennesaw State University will celebrate commencement for its Class of 2022. For some members it means entering the workforce, while for others it’s one step completed on the way to a master’s or doctoral degree. For all, receiving a degree represents completing a challenge. Read to learn about a few of the new graduates who make Owl Nation proud.

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    Spring 2022 Commencement

    May 12, 2022

    Cheers and tears came together at the Kennesaw State University Convocation Center this week for spring Commencement. Graduates, their families, faculty and the entire University community gathered to celebrate conferring of degrees to more than 3,500 over two days of ceremonies. Enjoy this look at the pomp and circumstance, the joy and pride of these Forever Owls. Congratulations to the Class of 2022!

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    Kennesaw State researcher finds parent starlings more adaptable at protecting baby birds

    May 04, 2022

    Researchers exploring behavior patterns of superb starlings, a bird species commonly found in East Africa, discovered that when it comes to protecting their young against predators, it takes a village. The study, by Kennesaw State University assistant professor of biology Sarah Guindre-Parker and published today in the British scientific journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, is based on several years’ worth of careful observations of wild starlings in Kenya.

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