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  • College of Science and Mathematics recognizes 2017 Birla Carbon Scholars

    Kennesaw State University senior Rebecca Webster’s research project on the parasitic Harper’s Dodder (Cuscuta harperi) plant’s ability to select certain plant hosts based on smell won the Top Poster Award at the Birla Carbon Symposium, at which the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) officially recognized 10 new Birla Carbon Scholars.

  • Donor’s gift targets at-risk students on Kennesaw State’s Marietta Campus

    A $45,000 gift from The American Opportunity Foundation will soon provide emergency, on-campus housing and scholarships for students at risk for homelessness on Kennesaw State University’s Marietta Campus.

  • Alumnus, wife continue support of KSU with endowed scholarships

    Chris Pike ’84 and his wife Debbie Pike have been major contributors to Kennesaw State University in many ways. Both are trustees of the KSU Foundation and have impacted the institution and lives of students for several years.

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