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    Kennesaw State receives gift to support engineering programs

    The need for talented engineers in Georgia and across the country has grown exponentially, and a recent gift to Kennesaw State University’s Southern Polytechnic College of Engineering and Engineering Technology (SPCEET) will support programs across several departments.

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    Alumni establish scholarship to help Kennesaw State computing students in need

    Chris and Amanda Arrendale, both graduates from Southern Polytechnic State University (SPSU), now Kennesaw State University, feel like they have come full circle.  

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    Fundraising success supports rapid growth of Kennesaw State University

    Kennesaw State University’s tremendous growth in enrollment, degree programs and academic recognitions is being matched in the area of fundraising, to the direct benefit of thousands of students. 

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    Donor establishes endowment to support Kennesaw State competition teams, Honors students

    Longtime Technical Manager Jim J. Hills has always been a firm believer that competition breeds ingenuity. 

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    Kennesaw State recognizes Birla Carbon scholars

    Kennesaw State University senior Ethan Wagner’s research into a durable polymer that can conduct electricity won the top prize on Thursday at the Birla Carbon symposium, where the College of Science and Mathematics recognized its 11 Birla Carbon Scholars. 

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    Owls Reward Court Donors With Alabama Sweep

    Two years in the making, Kennesaw State's brand new Taraflex volleyball court made its debut Tuesday night in the Convocation Center thanks to the generosity of a group of donors. 

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    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.

 

 

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