Coles News: Sep 2019

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  • Nuclear Safety Expert, Coles Alum, Talks Leadership

    Charles Casto, a Kennesaw State alumnus, led a team of American experts who addressed the challenges in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear power plant meltdown. He saw qualities in that team that he passed along to KSU students while speaking at an event organized by the Honors College  –  September 24, 2019

  • Coles College Selects Melih Madanoglu as First Michael A. Leven Endowed Chair

    The Michael A. Leven School of Management, Entrepreneurship and Hospitality has selected Melih Madanoglu as its first Michael A. Leven Endowed Chair and Professor in Hospitality. The new endowed chair will serve a critical role in developing Kennesaw State University’s new undergraduate degree program in hospitality, which is expected to launch in fall 2020.  –  September 23, 2019

  • CYAAR Helps Coles Student Fight Battle Against Addiction

    Blake Gordon learned about KSU’s Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery (CYAAR), and thought it was just what he needed once he had been sober for a year and was ready to tackle attending college. He now credits his involvement with CYAAR for helping him thrive at Kennesaw State, as he is on track to graduate in December 2020 with an accounting degree.  –  September 20, 2019

  • Legendary Music Business Executive Talks Industry's Tech Future

    While technology once threatened the music industry’s very existence, today technology is driving its growth and creating new opportunities for young professionals entering the business, says legendary music business executive and entrepreneur Charles Goldstuck.  –  September 16, 2019

  • Georgia Aquarium President Encourages Students to Find Their Passions

    While graduates often enter the workforce with a specific plan for their futures, they should not be afraid to let their passions take them in unexpected directions. That was the advice offered by Georgia Aquarium President and Chief Operating Officer Joe Handy when he spoke to a classroom of students in the Michael J. Coles College of Business.  –  September 16, 2019

  • The Flight Academy Brings Fun and Games to Career Planning

    The Michael J. Coles College of Business is injecting some fun into its career-readiness program in a move to inspire students to get serious about planning for their futures.  –  September 02, 2019



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