Coles News: Nov 2019

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  • Hard Work Yields Dividends for KSU Student Managed Investment Fund at Chicago Competition

    On Oct. 31, KSU SMIF members Nicholas Busson, Solomon Dodson, Luis Ramirez and Thomas Young took first place in the Kaplan Poster Session Competition, which was part of the Student Managed Investment Fund Consortium Conference in Chicago.  –  November 22, 2019

  • Governor's Office Selects Coles Faculty for Entertainment Industry Advisory Board

    As Georgia continues to expand its role as a destination for entertainment industry productions, Governor Brian Kemp will have a new voice – Kennesaw State University faculty member Keith Perissi – helping guide that growth.  –  November 15, 2019

  • KSU Alum 'HELPS' Students Discover Their Leadership Potential

    Brian Pendley, a Kennesaw State University alum and a partner at Ernst & Young, believes leadership is about helping others. Pendley outlined his strategy at a recent presentation in the Michael J. Coles College of Business’s long-running Tetley Distinguished Leader Lecture Series.  –  November 08, 2019

  • KSU Offsec Team Earns 3rd at Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition

    Cracking a bank’s security is not something students are typically encouraged to do. However, the Kennesaw State University Offensive Security Research Club (OffSec) recently competed in a regional cybersecurity competition that tasked them with doing just that. The club finished third in the Southeast Regional Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition, held Oct. 11-13 at Augusta University.  –  November 04, 2019

  • Enrollment in Entrepreneurship Program Up 40 Percent

    Enrollment in the Michael J. Coles College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration degree program in entrepreneurship reached 257 students in Fall 2019, up from 181 in the spring, representing a nearly 42 percent increase. The number also far exceeds enrollment projections made when the program launched in Fall 2017.  –  November 01, 2019



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