Sat., August 20, 2011 8:47am
The University of Georgia and six other colleges in the state have received a $4.9 million federal grant to encourage minority participation in science, math and technology fields. The program also aims to increase the number of minority students getting graduate degrees in those fields.
Wed., May 4, 2011 11:00am
Federal authorities have agreed to allow an illegal immigrant college student whose case fueled broader debate on illegal immigration in Georgia to remain in the country for another year.
Tue., January 4, 2011 2:43pm
Georgia’s manufacturing index trended up in 2010. That comes out of the latest survey from Kennesaw State University's Econometric Center.
Tue., December 14, 2010 9:10am
Middle Georgia lawmaker James “Bubber” Epps Monday became the latest Democrat to jump ship to the state Republican Party. He is the eighth to do so since the general election. Kennesaw State political scientist Kerwin Swint says these moves aren’t philosophical or ideological.
Wed., November 17, 2010 8:58am
Students at Kennesaw State University have voted to support a fee that would pay for a football program at the university.
Wed., November 10, 2010 5:12pm
Kennesaw State students this week are voting on whether to approve football for their school. It comes as school officials admit it’s a tough time to ask students for fee increases to support athletic programs.
Wed., October 6, 2010 2:23pm
A group of archeology students are planning to excavate the site of the Moore’s Ford Lynching. It’s a learning experience that could turn up some new leads in a case that’s remained unsolved for more than 60 years.
Thu., September 30, 2010 3:02pm
Online courses have become more popular. Thousands of Georgia students now log on for college credits instead of walking into brick and mortar classrooms. But studies show that far more students drop out of online classes then their face to face counterparts. Some researchers at Kennesaw State University say getting on-line students to stay is an uphill battle.
Wed., September 15, 2010 3:16pm
The state’s third-largest university has taken a first step to starting a football program. Kennesaw State officials now hope to build a fundraising framework that will support a team.
Thu., August 12, 2010 4:19pm
Kennesaw State University has been given a $2 million pledge to build an art museum to house its permanent collection. University officials say retired carpet industry executive Bernard A. Zuckerman made the pledge. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says the offer requires the school to raise at least $1 million in the next 10 months.