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  • Plan ahead for next semester

    Register for spring  –  December 10, 2020

  • Nearly 2,900 fall graduates earning degrees from Kennesaw State

    Kennesaw State will have its first class of graduates as Georgia’s second-largest university when nearly 2,900 students receive their degrees this month. The December 2020 class is composed of 2,890 graduation candidates – 2,427 undergraduate and 463 graduate students. That marks an increase from KSU’s more than 2,600 graduates last fall.  –  December 09, 2020

  • Grad student seeks winning fitness formula

    Grace Alexander came to Kennesaw State to learn how her body works and to improve its efficiency. The competitive triathlete has proven an apt pupil in the laboratory, in the classroom and on the course. Alexander, a first-year master’s student in exercise science, won a half-Ironman triathlon in Panama City Beach, Florida, last month, finishing the 1.2-mile swimming portion, the 56-mile bicycling leg and the 13.1-mile run in 4 hours, 33 minutes, 56 seconds.  –  December 09, 2020

  • Written by Whitten | Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences

    We announced a transformational gift for Kennesaw State University last week. Norman Radow, longtime supporter and KSU Trustee, and his wife Lindy, have gifted KSU with $9 million. This gift is provided in its entirety to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and serves as one of the largest contributions from a single donor in the University’s history.  –  December 08, 2020

  • KSU and Robins Air Force Base partner to support student success

    Kennesaw State University and Robins Air Force Base (RAFB) have signed an Educational Partnership Agreement allowing students to gain hands-on experience and internship opportunities at RAFB while earning credit toward their degrees.  –  December 07, 2020

  • KSU, Equifax Collaborative Lab home to groundbreaking research

    Three years since its founding, Kennesaw State University’s Equifax Data Science Research Lab continues to serve as a launchpad for groundbreaking research, collecting patents, 20 peer-reviewed articles and two doctoral dissertations along the way.  –  December 07, 2020

  • Graduate student wins Georgia screenwriting award

    Kennesaw State University graduate student Kandace James has won first prize in the Georgia Shorts Film Festival for her short film screenplay “Cutting Teeth.” A second-year student in KSU’s Master of Arts in Professional Writing program, James beat out four other finalists in the contest, which was part of a consortium of film festivals nationwide but focused on Georgia-inspired narratives.  –  December 03, 2020

  • KSU Receives Multi-Million Dollar Gift to Name Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences

    Kennesaw State University has received a $9 million gift from real estate executive Norman J. Radow and his wife Lindy to benefit the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. It is rare for a public College of Humanities and Social Sciences to be the beneficiary of this level of philanthropy from a single donor. In recognition of the gift, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia has approved the naming of the College as the Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences.  –  December 02, 2020

  • Fall Symposium of Student Scholars

    Symposium of Student Scholars  –  December 02, 2020

  • Dance professional returns to KSU to complete degree

    KSU Dance major Camia Green danced her way across 32 countries in the last ten years, but one thing was gnawing at her: she had not yet completed her degree.  –  December 02, 2020