What do you do when a global pandemic prevents 25 students from traveling to Italy for a once-in-a-lifetime, hands-on, study-abroad learning experience in Italy? For Mona Sinha, the answer is that you bring Italy to the students. – May 20, 2020
The Michael J. Coles College of Business recently announced the winners of the 2020 Outstanding Student awards, recognizing some of the most accomplished students in each of the College's academic programs. – May 18, 2020
Earning her Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) degree from Kennesaw State University has Carmen Chubb believing in herself more than ever, especially considering the circumstances under which she completed it. Executive Master of Business Administration student Carmen Chubb, the chief of staff for Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, wrapped up a rigorous final semester at KSU that involved three complex team projects, including one assignment with counterparts from Romania to enhance global business skills. She did that while maintaining her regular job duties in the midst of helping navigate one of the nation’s largest cities through the coronavirus response. – May 14, 2020
Birton Cowden’s undergraduate entrepreneurship and MBA students are putting their classroom knowledge to work to help businesses struggling to survive through the Covid-19 pandemic. – May 14, 2020
Kennesaw State University’s Joel A. Katz Music and Entertainment Business (MEBUS) program has been recognized by Billboard Magazine as one of the country’s top university music business programs for the third year in a row. The honor comes at a time when Kennesaw State’s unique music and entertainment business program is expanding its scope to include a broader range of students by offering the option to minor in music and entertainment business. In addition, MEBUS continues to provide more hands-on opportunities with major entertainment businesses like Disney and Pandora.
– May 05, 2020
Entrepreneurship is about more than having a desire to start a business. It is also about finding solutions to real-world problems. That philosophy has guided Kennesaw State University Student Morgan Turner through his journey to launch a business that will help transgender males struggling with their body image, a journey that includes recently winning the Robin and Doug Shore Entrepreneurship Center’s Owl Venture entrepreneurship competition. – May 01, 2020