• researcher

    Kennesaw State awarded NIH grant to enhance biomedical research and diversity

    Kennesaw State University has been awarded a three-year, $809,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to strengthen the University’s research and diversity infrastructures in the biomedical fields.

  • Amyah K. Dowdy

    Scholarship to honor memory of Kennesaw State student

    Two parents grieving the unexpected loss of their daughter during her sophomore year at Kennesaw State University have partnered with the KSU Foundation to create the Amyah K. Dowdy Memorial Scholarship to honor her memory.

  • Melodie and Frank Howard

    Howard family finds worthy cause in helping Kennesaw State students

    As an executive at Atlanta automotive giant Genuine Parts Company, Frank Howard’s awareness of Kennesaw State University grew when he began hiring its accounting and information technology graduates. 

  • Coles College of Business

    Kennesaw State Executive MBA ranked best in Georgia, No. 8 globally

    Kennesaw State University’s Executive Master of Business Administration program is rated as the best in Georgia for the fifth straight year in CEO Magazine’s 2021 Global Executive MBA Rankings.

  • Ellen and Shep Long

    Kennesaw State Scholarship Endowment to Benefit Students Facing Homelessness, Food Insecurity

    In life, Ellen Long constantly supported others, whether it was by introducing more women to the field of engineering, providing much-needed support to students experiencing homelessness or mentoring women early in their careers.