Coles News: Mar 2021

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  • 'Unstoppable Determination' Lands Accounting Student Job at Top Firm

    Taron Ragan has faced more than his share of tragedy in his life, but the senior accounting major never let those circumstances stand in his way of working toward his bachelor’s degree at Kennesaw State. Ragan, who will graduate in May, already has a full-time job in hand with Deloitte, a leading national accounting firm, as an audit associate.  –  March 30, 2021

  • Kennesaw State Has Strong Showing in National Collegiate Sales Competition

    The Kennesaw State University Sales Team finished third at the recent National Collegiate Sales Competition (NCSC), which saw more than 160 sales students from 68 universities across the United States and Canada competing for the top spot.  –  March 23, 2021

  • EMBA Students Learn Leadership Lessons from the Pandemic

    Leaders from the healthcare, grocery, and tourism businesses - three industries highly affected by the pandemic – recently spoke to Kennesaw State University Executive MBA at the 21st annual Lessons in Leadership students about how COVID tested their leadership skills, and how some changes to the business landscape are here to stay.  –  March 16, 2021

  • New Minor Prepares Students for Georgia's FinTech Boom

    To help prepare students for jobs in Georgia’s fast-growing financial technology sector, Kennesaw State University has leveraged its partnership with the Georgia FinTech Academy to launch an academic minor in fintech beginning Fall 2021. This is the first program of its kind in the state.  –  March 09, 2021

  • Michael and Donna Coles Endow Scholarship to Support Veterans

    The Michael J. and Donna N. Coles Veterans Scholarship Endowment Fund, made possible by a $1 million gift to KSU, will help lessen the financial burden of veterans who have exhausted their GI Bill benefits before the completion of their degrees. Military veterans have long been a soft spot for the Coles, as Michael was named for his uncle who died serving his country and Donna’s father served in WWII.  –  March 04, 2021