Coles News: May 2019

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  • Offsec Students Win High-Tech Capture the Flag Event at BSides Atlanta

    Five Kennesaw State University students flexed their cybersecurity muscles this month by winning a high-tech game of capture the flag at the second annual BSides Atlanta, a prominent information security conference held on campus.  –  May 30, 2019

  • Ruben Mocuta Earns KSU's First Cybersecurity Degree

    Ruben Mocuta started college early as a high school student through dual enrollment classes, and said that during his time as a Kennesaw State student, he typically finished assignments a week or two ahead of schedule. Now, he has crossed the stage this month as the first graduate of KSU’s online Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity program.  –  May 21, 2019

  • Entrepreneur to Students: Use Your Personal Time Wisely

    For many students, success means securing a comfortable, high-salaried job after graduation. However, Atlanta real estate entrepreneur Michele Velcheck, speaking at the Spring 2019 Beta Gamma Sigma Induction and Outstanding Student Awards Ceremony, says that recent graduates should also focus on how they spend their personal time if they want to be successful.  –  May 20, 2019

  • Economics Student Graduates with Mastery of Fundraising

    Gabe Valeanu reached new heights during his time at Kennesaw State University. From his time at the rock wall to his most recent work with the Center for Sustainable Journalism where he helped raised over $60,000, the economics major has challenged himself in everything he has done.  –  May 13, 2019

  • MBA Student's Career Takes Off at NASA

    Two-time Kennesaw State University graduate and current Master of Business Administration student Nicholas Tanner Griffin was over the moon when NASA selected him for a prestigious position at the Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va.  –  May 10, 2019

  • Kennesaw State Expands MBA Program to Sandy Springs

    Kennesaw State University’s Coles College of Business is making it more convenient for students looking to pursue a Master of Business Administration by expanding its course offerings to Sandy Springs, beginning this fall.  –  May 09, 2019

  • Boston Celtics Co-Owner Says Risk is the Key to Success

    Speaking to students in the Michael J. Coles College of Business as part of the Tetley Distinguished Leader Lecture Series, Rob Hale encouraged an auditorium of aspiring entrepreneurs to take risks while they are young and always to learn from their mistakes; two lessons that have shaped Hale’s own life.  –  May 02, 2019



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