Kennesaw State brings Owl pride to Canton and Roswell
Kennesaw State University President Kathy Schwaig and head football coach Brian Bohannon headlined a special meet and greet with Owl alumni, fans and friends in Canton and Roswell, Ga.
Schwaig and Bohannon were joined by men’s head basketball coach Amir Abdur-Rahim at the Canton event, women’s head volleyball coach Keith Schunzel in Roswell, and Scrappy the Owl.
“One of our main goals at KSU is to strengthen our engagement with our alumni. Events like these offer a great opportunity to reconnect and to share what’s happening at KSU,” said Schwaig. “It was great to have so many alumni and friends of the University in attendance.”
Hosted by KSU’s Alumni and Constituent Engagement (ACE) team, the events served as an opportunity for area alumni and supporters to meet the University’s newest president and hear her plans for the University. They also received an inside look at what to expect from KSU’s athletic teams.
“The Kennesaw State Alumni Association is an expansive network of alumni, fans, and supporters passionate about KSU and our community,” said Frances Beusse, executive director of ACE. “These events provide us with an opportunity to engage our alumni in new and exciting ways while giving them a chance to connect with one another.”
KSU is composed of more than 130,000 alumni and friends of Kennesaw State University. The Office of Alumni and Constituent Engagement is dedicated to building positive, long-term relationships among KSU alumni, the University and community. The Office provides services to the University’s alumni through networking opportunities, affiliation programs, and other events.
For more information about ACE, visit: https://alumni.kennesaw.edu.