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  • Moving Forward

    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.

  • Kashim Butler Sr.

    Sport management graduate puts academic experience into practice

    For thousands of Kennesaw State students each semester, graduation represents a defining moment. It is an opportunity to reflect on their entire educational journey — the mentors they gathered, the friendships they made and the opportunities they seized. In recognition of that, we are spotlighting students who are completing their final semester at KSU. Kashim Butler Sr., who is earning a degree in sport management, shares in his own words his journey at KSU.

  • Adrianna Jackson

    Public health graduate finds balance in her final semester

    For thousands of Kennesaw State students each semester, graduation represents a defining moment. It is an opportunity to reflect on their entire educational journey – the mentors they found, the friendships they made and the opportunities they seized. In recognition of that, we are spotlighting students who are completing their final semesters at KSU. Adrianna Jackson of Columbus, Georgia, who is earning a degree in public health education from the Wellstar College of Health and Human Services, shares in her own words her journey at KSU.

  • Vinny Rosamilia and Nicholas Busson

    Finance graduates hone skills through student investment fund

    For thousands of Kennesaw State students each semester, graduation represents a defining moment. It is an opportunity to reflect on their entire educational journey – the mentors they found, the friendships they made and the opportunities they seized. In recognition of that, we are spotlighting students who are completing their final semesters at KSU. Finance grads Vinny Rosamilia and Nicholas Busson talk about how their involvement in the Coles College Student Managed Investment Fund helped them find their wings.

  • Carmen Chubb

    Graduate Sharpens Impact as a Civic Leader

    Earning her Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) degree from Kennesaw State University has Carmen Chubb believing in herself more than ever, especially considering the circumstances under which she completed it. Chubb, the chief of staff for Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, wrapped up a rigorous final semester at KSU that involved three complex team projects, including one assignment with counterparts from Romania to enhance global business skills. She did that while maintaining her regular job duties in the midst of helping navigate one of the nation’s largest cities through the coronavirus response.

  • Mickey Dunn

    Alum shifts company focus to help save lives

    Mickey Dunn is used to making adjustments. As a college student, he played baseball and studied industrial engineering at Southern Polytechnic State University, all while working in North Georgia’s flooring industry between semesters. He moved from engineering into the management field, eventually founding his own company while keeping a hand in the day-to-day operations of his plant. After nearly two decades of making airbags for cars, they’ve transitioned to making the personal protective equipment needed by frontline medical personnel.

 

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