• Scholarship Luncheon

    Several donors, scholars come together at 2018 Scholarship Reception

    Kennesaw State’s Office of University Development hosted its 2018 Scholarship Reception at the KSU Convocation Center on March 23. The event, held to thank those who fund endowed and annual scholarships, provides an opportunity to connect donors with their scholarship recipients.

  • Radow Scholarship

    Businessmen pledge $1 million toward engineering scholarship endowment

    Atlanta real estate executives Norman Radow, of The RADCO Companies, and Peter Fitzgerald, of Fightingtown Companies, have announced a $1 million donation to the Paul Radow Endowment, which provides annual scholarships to mechanical engineering students with military service or who are adult learners.

  • Ashley Nealy

    Active alumna hopes for more philanthropy as leader of BAS

    Already an extremely active alumna of Kennesaw State University, Ashley Nealy '10, '11 now is leading its Black Alumni Society (BAS). As president, Nealy hopes to lead the organization to new heights.

  • Jim J. Hills

    Hills '77 challenging other engineering alumni to give

    Jim J. Hills '77, the recipient of a Distinguished Alumni Award from Kennesaw State University in 2016, continued the generous support of his alma mater with a recent gift to the Southern Polytechnic College of Engineering and Engineering Technology General Scholarship Fund.