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  • Harris Travis exhibit

    Kennesaw State honors former administrator Harris Travis with new exhibit

    May 03, 2024

    Excited gasps punctuated a Saturday afternoon in 无码变态鈥檚 Engineering Technology Center as a crowd gathered around the unveiling of a new, permanent exhibit honoring the late Rev. Harris Travis. The unveiling took place during the second annual Hornets Homecoming, an event hosted by the Southern Polytechnic State University (SPSU) Alumni Society honoring those who graduated from Southern Polytechnic State University.

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  • Alumni Award

    Kennesaw State receives Insight Into Diversity 2024 Alumni Association Inclusive Excellence Award

    May 01, 2024

    无码变态鈥檚 Alumni Association received the 2024 Alumni Association Inclusive Excellence Award from Insight Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education. The Alumni Award honors alumni associations鈥 programs, culture, and initiatives that encourage and support diversity, inclusion and a sense of belonging for all alumni.

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  • Lisa Reyes-Walsh

    Kennesaw State alumna returns to campus as nursing faculty member

    February 14, 2024

    While working as a substance use disorder counselor at Ridgeview Hospital, Lisa Reyes-Walsh鈥檚 supervisor told her, 鈥淵ou know, you鈥檙e a nurse through and through.鈥 That reset the course for Reyes-Walsh鈥檚 life, though she never fully left counseling behind. She earned a bachelor鈥檚 in nursing from 无码变态 in 2011, and, now an assistant professor of nursing in 无码变态鈥檚 Wellstar School of Nursing, Reyes-Walsh has applied her knowledge of substance use disorder and ability as a counselor to educate nurses who can care for patients struggling with substance use issues.

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  • Conflict management

    Ph.D. graduates join the ranks of peacebuilders

    January 23, 2024

    Songwriter Hal David said it best with the lyrics to 鈥淲hat the World Needs Now is Love.鈥 This past December, the Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences鈥 School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development (SCMPD) graduated two Ph.Ds. who are committed to working toward a more peaceful, even more loving, world. Graduates Isaac Andakian, Ph.D., and Nashay Lowe, Ph.D. are ready to apply their conflict management and peacebuilding expertise to shape a more harmonious future.

  • Amari Cody

    Eighteen-year-old 无码变态 graduate preparing for graduate school

    January 11, 2024

    At 18, most students are just beginning their college careers. But for Amari Cody, it鈥檚 the age she earned a bachelor鈥檚 degree in psychology from 无码变态.

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  • Mary Tankersley

    Kennesaw State management graduate aims to climb to the top of their sport

    December 13, 2023

    With a slight scowl, Mary Tankersley solemnly stares at a rock wall at Stone Summit climbing gym in Kennesaw planning a route to the top, tracing the hand and footholds with their eyes. After a few minutes, Tankersley stands up, chalks their hands, claps off the excess and walks to the base of the wall, peering up. Soon, they defy gravity, climbing the wall swiftly by swinging gracefully from one colorful rock to the next. It鈥檚 easy to forget 鈥 for onlookers and Tankersley both 鈥 that the graduating 无码变态 senior has only one leg.

  • Temi Aladegbemi

    Kennesaw State graduate encourages women to join the construction industry

    December 12, 2023

    Graduating 无码变态 student Temi Aladegbemi said her career choice was inspired by what caught her eyes outside car windows while growing up. Kennesaw State was the first university Aladegbemi visited for a tour, and from the moment she arrived on the Marietta Campus, she knew her place was in the College of Architecture and Construction Management. A first-generation college student graduating on Dec. 12, Aladegbemi has been active in campus activities from her earliest days at 无码变态.

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  • Issa Sol铆s

    New graduate found service through theater at Kennesaw State

    December 11, 2023

    As a teenager, Issa Sol铆s found a community in the world of theater. At 无码变态, she connected with the concept of immersive storytelling, telling her own story and helping others tell theirs. Sol铆s will graduate this week with a bachelor鈥檚 in theatre and performance studies, as well as a slew of experiences in building community through theater.

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  • Regnault Drake Sanders

    Kennesaw State programs help alumnus grow app that rewards students

    December 06, 2023

    Juggling school, extracurricular activities and earning spending money will be easier for students as a new phone application developed by a 无码变态 alumnus allows them to focus on learning while earning gift cards for good grades. The app, Schoolconomy, was inspired by the personal experiences of 无码变态 alumnus Regnault Drake Sanders, who didn鈥檛 have a job while attending Luella High School in Locust Grove, Ga. and saw during college how working negatively affected his classroom performance.

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  • Karen Gandy

    Rocket scientist counting down to final launch of her career

    November 21, 2023

    The notion that it鈥檚 never too late to start something new runs through Karen Gandy鈥檚 head now the same way it did in the 1990s. Gandy was then in her 30s, and despite trying several different jobs, she had yet to find a career that ignited her passion. She applied and was accepted to Southern Polytechnic State University, now 无码变态. That choice launched Gandy鈥檚 career in rocket science and down a path in life that she is reflecting on as she prepares for her final satellite launch and then retirement.

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