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  • Doctoral student aims to leverage data analytics degree to advance U.S. Army

    Lt. Col. Trent Geisler’s military career has led him across the globe as he did everything from commanding dive teams in Southwest Asia to teaching at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Now a second-year student in Kennesaw State University’s Ph.D. in Analytics and Data Science program, his main directive is to earn his degree with the intent to apply his studies within the Army thereafter. Upon graduation, he will once again join the faculty at West Point to guide future generations of commissioned officers in data science.  –  November 11, 2020

  • Written by Whitten | During Pandemic, KSU Parents Wear Many Hats

    There are so many people stepping up in incredible ways during the COVID pandemic. Since last March, I have watched one particular group with amazement and gratitude – those working and/or going to school while raising their children.  –  November 10, 2020

  • Big South Conference Announces Spring Football Schedule

    The Big South Conference released the 2021 spring football schedule on Monday, a four-game slate with the league champion earning the automatic bid to the FCS Playoffs. In search of its third Big South Conference championship in the last four seasons and its fourth consecutive FCS Playoffs appearance, Kennesaw State is looking to join Coastal Carolina as the only programs in league history to make the playoffs in four consecutive seasons.  –  November 09, 2020

  • Kennesaw State presents Faculty Research in the Arts Colloquium

    Kennesaw State University’s College of the Arts will present its second Faculty Research in the Arts Colloquium on Tuesday, Nov. 10 from 2 to 3:15 p.m. Hosted by the College of the Arts Research Advisory Committee, the event is virtual and free; a simple reservation is all that is required to watch online.  –  November 09, 2020

  • Annual event Nov. 9-13

    Ethical behavior and conduct – which demands integrity, good judgment and a dedication to public service – is a core value at Kennesaw State. To honor our ethical culture and emphasize the importance of a code of conduct, Kennesaw State will host its annual Ethics Awareness Week, Nov. 9-13.  –  November 09, 2020

  • First-generation students thriving at Kennesaw State

    Madeleine Carden admittedly was apprehensive about being the first person in her family to attend college. However, she felt at home right away at Kennesaw State through the University’s initiatives to help first-generation students succeed. Early in her freshman year, Carden attended the inaugural meeting of First-Gen Owls, a registered student organization that strives to build interpersonal skills, connections and a sense of belonging among its members. Carden described that meeting as “an eye-opening experience,” as she met several KSU alumni who were enjoying successful careers after having been the first in their families to earn college degrees.  –  November 06, 2020

  • Star student overcomes homelessness to excel

    To say Kennesaw State senior Carrie Lyn Barron has a lot of irons in the fire is an understatement. Among those who know her, the most popular observation is “I don’t know how she does it.” Barron, a non-traditional cellular, molecular and developmental biology major and student in KSU Journey Honors College, works in the lab of professor of biochemistry Jonathan McMurry, works two jobs and cares for her husband, Jay, who has autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD). With support from Kennesaw State’s Campus Awareness, Resource and Empowerment (CARE) Services, the couple now have a stable place to live.  –  November 05, 2020

  • Kennesaw State to hold Ethics Awareness Week Nov. 9-13

    Kennesaw State will celebrate the university’s ethical culture and emphasize the importance of professional conduct during its annual Ethics Awareness Week, Nov. 9-13. The Rev. Harris T. Travis, a retired pastor, author, engineer and educator, will present the keynote address to the KSU community in a virtual format on Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 11 a.m.  –  November 04, 2020

  • Academic support for students

    KSU Writing Center  –  November 03, 2020

  • Written by Whitten | Esports. KSU's Newest Collegiate Sport

    Move over, football and basketball – KSU has a new collegiate sport. Kennesaw State has built a strong winning tradition through its varsity athletic programs. Now, KSU is adding one more top-flight collegiate sport to our portfolio – Esports. The new varsity Esports Program builds on a tradition that our students have long demonstrated on-campus, starting with the highly active Kennesaw Esports registered student organization.  –  November 03, 2020