• Miguel Santiesteban

    From Colombia to Emmy Nomination

    Miguel Santiesteban, a 2018 Kennesaw State University communications graduate, was nominated for a New England Emmy for deadline news reporting.

  • Excersice Science

    Exercise science team wins national title

    The answer is, win a national championship. The question: What did a team of recent Kennesaw State graduates accomplish?

    Kayla Alesi, Joy Tankersley, Emma Chorney and Ally Kuntz – who all received their exercise science degrees this month – took first place Wednesday night in the 12th annual American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Student Bowl in Orlando, Florida. The KSU quartet won the national title over 12 other teams from around the country in the “Jeopardy”-style tournament showcasing sports medicine and exercise science knowledge.

  • Construction Ambassador

    Construction Ambassador

    Prior to earning his master’s degree in construction management, Brandon Blankinship would not have believed that he would one day be living overseas.

    However, since graduating from the former Southern Polytechnic State University (SPSU), now Kennesaw State University, he has gone on to call nearly a dozen countries his temporary home while building U.S. consulates and embassies worldwide.

  • Carl & Pam Frinzi

    Alumni couple contribute to alma mater in many ways

    An alumni couple, one a longtime faculty member and the other a trustee at Kennesaw State University, have certainly made an impact on their alma mater.

    After 32 years of teaching at Southern Polytechnic State University and then Kennesaw State, Pam Frinzi ’83, ’94 recently retired as a professor of computer engineering. Meanwhile, her husband Carl Frinzi ’83 – whom she met on the Marietta campus almost 40 years ago – continues to be a member of the KSU Foundation Board of Trustees.

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