Coles News: Jun 2019

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  • Student Entrepreneurs Plant Seeds of Sustainability

    A student-run business has found success transforming aluminum cans into home decor, while also enhancing sustainability education at local elementary schools. In fall 2018, members of the Kennesaw State University Enactus team formed BROOTS, a business that sells succulents planted inside repurposed aluminum cans.  –  June 26, 2019

  • PEGS Program Gives Marketing Student International Perspective

    An annual tradition for students completing their second year in the President's Emerging Global Scholars (PEGS) program in KSU’s Honors College is a trip to Italy. Natalie Jackson – a rising junior from Newnan majoring in marketing – shared some of her thoughts on the trip she described as “one of the most enjoyable and adventurous things I have ever done.”  –  June 18, 2019

  • KSU Student, Faculty Helping Shape the Shipping Industry

    This week, when Information Systems student Ryan Bishop speaks, the world will be listening. Bishop joins Kennesaw State University faculty member Dr. Dominic Thomas among the participants of a three-day International Standards Organization meeting to establish systems and software maintenance guidelines in the maritime shipping industry.  –  June 18, 2019

  • Kennesaw State opens MagMutual Healthcare Management and Informatics Research Lab

    MagMutual Insurance Company is the latest research laboratory as part of the Consortium in Healthcare Management and Informatics at Kennesaw State University. The consortium is a collaboration between the Coles College of Business’ Healthcare Management and Informatics program and the Analytics and Data Science Institute.  –  June 17, 2019