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.
October 17, 2022
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Kennesaw State University two grants totaling over half a million dollars to improve minority participation and success in undergraduate science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) degree programs.
October 12, 2022
Several themes were present throughout Monday’s Women in Science Forum on Kennesaw State University’s Marietta Campus: work hard, accept all opportunities, and advocate for yourself and others.
October 07, 2022
Two professors in Kennesaw State University’s Department of Physics have earned $ 400,000 through the National Science Foundation (NSF) to explore the magnetic, electronic and out-of-equilibrium properties of matter at the theoretical and experimental levels.
September 08, 2022
For the first time, a postdoctoral researcher at Kennesaw State has earned a prestigious fellowship from the National Science Foundation (NSF). John Barrows, who works in the laboratory of professor of biochemistry Michael Van Dyke, has earned a two-year NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship grant worth $138,000 to further his study of DNA-binding proteins within bacteria and to get undergraduates involved in the research.
August 29, 2022
Kennesaw State University senior Ariane Charland-Martin’s research on creating environmentally friendly materials for technological applications won the top prize Thursday at the annual Birla Carbon Scholars research symposium.
August 29, 2022
Kennesaw State University assistant professor of biology Sarah Guindre-Parker has earned federal funding to expand her wide-ranging study of starlings to examine how the birds reflect the pollution found in their habitats.
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.
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.