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    KSU Foundation inducts new trustees, appoints Trent Turk as chair

    The Kennesaw State University Foundation has inducted five new trustees and named Trent Turk, the founder and CEO of GeoSurvey, Ltd., as its newest board chair.

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    Kennesaw State University Alumni Association elects newest executive board members

    Kennesaw State University Alumni Association recently elected five new executive officers to serve beginning July 1. The KSU Alumni Association’s newest officers were voted by the organization’s 24-member Board of Directors, which works to build and support connections among alumni, students and the University.

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    International Business Graduate Helps Launch Amazon Facility Amid Pandemic

    When Amazon selected Kennesaw State University alumnus Alejandro Cano to be part of the team opening a new fulfillment center, Cano was prepared to have his leadership and organizational skills tested. What he was not initially prepared for, however, was taking on this task during a global pandemic.

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    SOCM Alum Wins Emmy

    KSU graduate Miguel Santiesteban Rangel, a bilingual multimedia journalist and news reporter with Telemundo of New England and NBC 10 Boston, has won his first Emmy award.

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    KSU alums help create COVID-19 tests

    Working long days and sometimes overnight shifts, three Kennesaw State alums—all of whom received their inspiration and training in the lab of associate professor of biology Scott J. Nowak — have a critical task during the coronavirus pandemic. Rebekah Henneborn and Mary Katherine Grimes graduated in May with degrees in biology. Kristina Palermino-Rowland earned a bachelor’s in biology in 2016 and a master’s in integrative biology two years later. The three recently started working at Ipsum Diagnostics in Sandy Springs, an anatomical and clinical pathology laboratory that has an emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration to produce tests for the novel coronavirus.

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    KSU alum aspires to meet mental health needs in rural communities

     Kennesaw State University alumnus Austin Peek knows first-hand the importance of mental health resources being available in small, rural communities, and he plans to help address that need through a career as a clinical mental health counselor. Peek, who earned his psychology degree from KSU as an Honors graduate this spring, will pursue a master’s in counseling from East Tennessee State University starting this fall.

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    Message from President Whitten

    KSU President Pamela Whitten addresses recent events to the KSU community. 

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    Scholarship Endowment Established in Honor of Late KSU Alumnus

    Nearly three years after John Boyko’s untimely passing, Allen Brooks and KSU’s Division of University Advancement have announced a $50,000 donation to establish the John Boyko Endowed Scholarship to honor his legacy.

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    KSU launches Moving Forward fund to support students financially impacted by coronavirus

    Kennesaw State University has launched a new fund called Moving Forward to support students who have experienced financial challenges amid the coronavirus outbreak. The new fund provides financial support specifically to keep KSU students in school and on the path toward earning their degrees. It is being launched with a $250,000 allocation from the KSU Foundation and the President’s Parliament, a special group of highly engaged supporters bound by a shared commitment to advance the University’s mission.


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