• Students working hard to raise funds for university through Phonathon

    Five days a week, from 5:30 until 9 p.m., Kennesaw State University students can be found taking part in the Office of Development’s Phonathon on the fourth floor at Town Point.

  • Jim and Ann Wallace endow Onyx Theater

    The anonymous couple behind one of the most significant gifts in the history of the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies stepped into the limelight on March 22, almost five years to the day after secretly bestowing a $250,000 gift to name Kennesaw State’s then-new black box theater as the Onyx Theater.

  • Riley’s Wish Foundation establishes lecture series to support CYAAR

    Margaret Sisson, executive director of Riley’s Wish Foundation, and the Riley’s Wish Foundation Board of Directors have established a lecture series to support Kennesaw State University’s Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery (CYAAR).

  • Ellen, Shepherd Long endow scholarship for women in civil engineering

    Shepherd Long, a trustee of the Kennesaw State University Foundation, and his wife Ellen have established an endowed scholarship to support Kennesaw State University students who are women majoring in civil engineering.

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