Coles News: Oct 2019

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  • Sid Mookerji and Richard Taylor Inducted into Coles College Hall of Fame

    Coles College supporters Sid Mookerji and Richard Taylor were recognized for promoting and embodying personal integrity, leadership and an entrepreneurial spirit.  –  October 31, 2019

  • Student Leader Represents KSU at Forbes Under 30 Summit

    This week, information systems major Ambrielle August joins 1,000 other young leaders from around the country who have been chosen as Under 30 Scholars at the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Detroit.  –  October 28, 2019

  • Second Coles Research Symposium Promotes Collaboration

    For Dr. Jomon Paul, the recent Research Symposium on Homeland Security offered more than a chance to discuss vital research on public safety with colleagues and students. It also provided an opportunity for Kennesaw State University to build stronger relationships with other key research institutions around Georgia and around the country.  –  October 22, 2019

  • Successful Leaders to Share Inspirational Stories at Enactus Panel

    From entrepreneurs running multi-million-dollar businesses to college students still finding their way, everyone is capable of being a leader. A Kennesaw State University senior is hosting a leadership panel this week that he says will convince his fellow students of this. Entrepreneurship student Christian “CeeJ” Brown will host the Your Visionary Leadership Panel on Saturday, Oct. 19 at 5 pm in the Carmichael Student Center University Rooms. The event is co-organized by the Kennesaw State Enactus team, which is hosting a summit the same day.  –  October 16, 2019

  • Social Engineering Symposium Explores How Criminals Hack People

    With criminals becoming experts at exploiting an organization’s most vulnerable asset – it’s people – cybersecurity professionals must develop a better understanding of the human side of information technology to combat the threat. The Michael J. Coles College of Business this week hosted the Symposium on Social Engineering.  –  October 10, 2019

  • Home Depot Executive on Moving from the Floor to the Corporate Office

    What does it take to turn a job into a career? According to Hector Padilla, president of The Home Depot’s Southern Division, they key is to live in the moment, surround yourself with the right people, and become a lifelong learner. Padilla spoke to students in the Michael J. Coles College of Business on Thursday as part of the Tetley Distinguished Leader Lecture Series.  –  October 04, 2019



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