Coles News: Jan 2021

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  • NSF Grant Helps Coles Professor Create Opportunities for Women in Information Systems Education

    Throughout her education and career, information systems professor Adriane Randolph has encountered few other women – especially Black women – in her field and has sought to make a change through mentorship. Today, thanks to her part in a new National Science Foundation grant project, she has the opportunity to affect even more far-reaching change.  –  January 20, 2021

  • Princeton Review Names KSU WebMBA a Top Online MBA Program

    Kennesaw State University’s Master of Business Administration program is ranked as one the nation’s top online programs by The Princeton Review. The education services company ranked Kennesaw State No. 29 in its feature, Top 50 Online MBA Programs for 2021.  –  January 15, 2021

  • Coles Faculty Establishes Scholarship to Help International Students

    Harry Vardis knows firsthand the value of receiving a college scholarship as an international student, so he is providing that same opportunity to students at Kennesaw State University. Vardis has committed a seven-figure donation to establish a legacy scholarship fund – the Harry and Athena Vardis Scholarships – which will be given to deserving KSU students, with a focus on students from foreign countries.  –  January 07, 2021

  • LeanSwift, Coles College Partner to Bring Enterprise-Level Software into the Classroom

    Kennesaw State’s Michael J. Coles College of Business Department of Information Systems and Security is working with LeanSwift to develop a curriculum around implementing INFOR, one of most widely used ERP systems, with more than 90,000 corporate customers worldwide. The learning materials, as well as access to full version of the INFOR software, will be available to students in the information systems program’s Business Process Management course beginning Spring 2021.  –  January 06, 2021



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