Coles News: Jul 2018

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  • Coles College Graduate Grows Social Brand to Inspire Others

    Born with osteogenesis imperfecta type 3, also called brittle bone disorder, Jasmine Manuel has the most severe type of the genetic condition that affects height, bone formation and muscle tone. She has broken more than 100 bones and has undergone 24 surgeries. But the 22-year old, who graduates this week in entrepreneurship, hasn’t let that get in the way of her ambition.  –  July 25, 2018

  • Beyond the MBA

    Microcredential programs are viewed by many as the next evolution of executive education, providing learning options for busy executives who want to learn but don’t have the time, resources or ambition for a full MBA.  –  July 23, 2018

  • Former KSU Provost, Interim President Ken Harmon Returning to the Classroom

    Ken Harmon, Kennesaw State University’s longtime provost who served as interim president the last five months, is returning to the classroom next semester in the School of Accountancy.  –  July 19, 2018

  • Billboard Names Kennesaw State Joel A. Katz Music & Entertainment Business Program a Top Music Business School

    Billboard – one of the world’s most influential entertainment media companies – recently included Kennesaw State University in its list of the top 15 music business schools in the country. The list highlights the university’s Joel A. Katz Music and Entertainment Business Program (MEBUS) for its inclusiveness and its relationship with Atlanta-area entertainment brands such as Live Nation, Coca-Cola Studios, and the Zac Brown Band.  –  July 09, 2018