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  • KSU Info Hotline helps support student academic success

    470-KSU-INFO (470-578-4636)  –  November 19, 2020

  • Professor's research focuses on reducing implicit bias in the workplace

    Having a biased perspective about someone without realizing it can have a profound negative impact on productivity, efficiency and relationships in the workplace, according to Kennesaw State University psychology professor Tracie Stewart.  –  November 18, 2020

  • Highlight your achievements with Merit Pages

    Make the Dean’s List? Get an internship? Admitted to grad school? Celebrate your achievements with Merit Pages! Kennesaw State University uses Merit Pages to highlight students’ accomplishments inside and outside the classroom. KSU uploads achievements like Dean’s or President’s lists, scholarships, student competitions and more on each student’s Merit Page, and you can update your own page as well.  –  November 18, 2020

  • Written by Whitten | A Switch to Fully Remote Learning for Our Final Two Weeks

    With four weeks to go this semester, the finish line is in sight. Students still have many exams and projects to complete, faculty still face an avalanche of grading, and staff are working furiously to get students ready for the spring semester through financial aid and academic advising.  –  November 17, 2020

  • Competition offers hands-on experience for grant-writing students

    Kennesaw State senior Kylie Burns decided to major in human services because she wanted a path into a career where she can make a difference. She got an opportunity to do just that this semester as part of a KSU grant-writing class in which she helped a local nonprofit organization win a $15,000 award from the United Way of Greater Atlanta through its SPARK Prize competition, designed to fund projects addressing social challenges throughout the Atlanta metro area.  –  November 16, 2020

  • Record-breaking enrollment, Georgia's 2nd-largest university

    Kennesaw State's Record-Breaking Enrollment in Fall 2020  –  November 13, 2020

  • New fund supports student entrepreneur innovation

    Student entrepreneurs soon will have more opportunities to innovate and grow their businesses with financial support from technology entrepreneurs Sid and Sophie Mookerji. A $120,000 gift from the couple will establish the Mookerji Innovation Fund in Kennesaw State’s Robin and Doug Shore Entrepreneurship Center. Focused on executing technology innovation and ideas, the new fund will provide an investment and early stage guidance for 12 small business and startups founded and run by KSU students and alumni.  –  November 12, 2020

  • Researcher talks history and ethics of carved elephant ivory

    Kennesaw State University’s Office of Research is hosting a one-hour web show every other Friday at 4 p.m. to showcase the varied research being conducted by KSU faculty members. “Research with Relevance” spotlights Kennesaw State researchers in a live interview followed by an interactive question-and-answer session with the virtual audience. Jessica Stephenson, associate professor of art history in the College of the Arts, will be the guest on the Nov. 13 show, presenting her research on the history and ethics of carved elephant ivory from 19th century Africa. An art historian raised in South Africa, Stephenson primarily focuses her research on the growing field of modern and contemporary African art. In advance of the upcoming Research with Relevance show, Stephenson answered a few questions about her interest in research and its benefits to students.  –  November 12, 2020

  • Art and design master's degree approved for Kennesaw State University

    The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia has approved the first graduate degree for Kennesaw State University’s College of the Arts, a Master of Arts in Art and Design. The new program, which will be housed in the College’s School of Art and Design, features three tracks in digital animation, art education and museum studies.  –  November 11, 2020

  • Enrollment Growth Propels Kennesaw State to Georgia's Second-Largest University

    Having earned its reputation as a university of choice for many Georgians, Kennesaw State University placed an exclamation point on that title this fall by eclipsing the 41,000-student milestone for the first time in its 56-year history and laying claim as Georgia’s second-largest institution.  –  November 11, 2020