Coles News: May 2021

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  • Kennesaw State's Healthcare Informatics Program Continues to Connect Students and Industry

    Kennesaw State University’s innovative Master of Science in Healthcare Management program celebrates its fifth anniversary this year. With the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicting job growth in the healthcare information technology sector to outpace overall growth during the next 10 years, the program is committed to developing a diverse, knowledgeable talent pool to succeed in those jobs. Launched in Fall 2016 to enhance Georgia’s competitiveness in the healthcare IT sector, the MSHMI program welcomed its fifth cohort in Fall 2020. Made up of IT experts and novices as well as nurses, doctors, and other healthcare professionals, the 52 students represent the largest cohort yet.  –  May 26, 2021

  • Kennesaw State Graduate Sees Teaching as Tool to End Poverty

    As a teenager, Almuth Merkel volunteered at a daycare center in Chile as part of an international exchange program, an experience that sparked a lifelong passion for fighting poverty and food insecurity. Having earned her Ph.D. in International Conflict Management from Kennesaw State University and teaching in the Michael J. Coles College of Business, Merkel is ready to take her fight global once again.  –  May 24, 2021

  • Michael J. Coles College Reveals 2021 Outstanding Students

    The Michael J. Coles College of Business recently announced the winners of the 2021 Outstanding Student awards, recognizing some of the most accomplished students in each of the College's academic programs.  –  May 21, 2021

  • Executive MBA Ranked Best in Georgia, 8th Globally

    Kennesaw State University’s Executive Master of Business Administration program is rated as the best in Georgia for the fifth straight year in CEO Magazine’s 2021 Global Executive MBA Rankings.  –  May 14, 2021

  • Kalafut Family Continues Support of Kennesaw State with Latest Scholarship Fund

    George and Alice Kalafut have established the Katherine Kalafut Cody and Tracy Kalafut Collerain Endowed Scholarship, which will support students in KSU Journey Honors College and the Coles College of Business who are majoring in finance, accounting or information systems.  –  May 13, 2021

  • Honors College Recognizes Coles Student for Scholarship and Service

    Management major Robert Connor is making the most of each day as a student and a leader, and accordingly has been recognized as this year’s top student in Kennesaw State University’s President’s Emerging Global Scholars (PEGS) program. Named for the founding dean of the Honors College, the Ralph Rascati Outstanding PEGS Student award is given annually to a second-year student who demonstrates strong scholastic performance and service to others.  –  May 06, 2021



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