• Reza Abree

    Alumnus Abree provides gifts to endow scholarship, benefit construction management building

    Kennesaw State University alumnus Reza Abree ’78 recently provided two gifts to KSU, one an endowed scholarship and the other a contribution to a construction management building on Kennesaw State’s Marietta campus.

  • Catherine Land Waters

    Trustee establishes scholarship for underrepresented students in engineering

    Kennesaw State University alumna Catherine Land-Waters ’83, a member of the KSU Foundation Board of Trustees, recently established a scholarship to support underrepresented students majoring in either industrial engineering technology (IET) or systems and industrial engineering (ISYE).

  • Scott Bryant

    Kennesaw State names associate vice president for development

    Scott Bryant, executive director of development for the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Institute of Technology, has been named Kennesaw State University’s associate vice president for development, effective August 1.

  • Carl & Pam Frinzi

    Alumni couple contribute to alma mater in many ways

    An alumni couple, one a longtime faculty member and the other a trustee at Kennesaw State University, have certainly made an impact on their alma mater.

    After 32 years of teaching at Southern Polytechnic State University and then Kennesaw State, Pam Frinzi ’83, ’94 recently retired as a professor of computer engineering. Meanwhile, her husband Carl Frinzi ’83 – whom she met on the Marietta campus almost 40 years ago – continues to be a member of the KSU Foundation Board of Trustees.

  • CarMax Scholarship

    CarMax Auto Finance Scholars’ Luncheon

    The Kennesaw State University Division of University Advancement hosted the CarMax Auto Finance Scholars’ Luncheon for the fifth time on Wednesday, April 24 inside the KSU Convocation Center. 

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