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  • Mary Dioise Ramos

    KSU nursing professors honored as Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing

    July 16, 2024

    麻豆代天府nursing professors Mary Dioise Ramos and Chinomso Nwozichi have been selected as Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing. Induction into the Academy is a significant milestone in a nurse leader鈥檚 career in which their accomplishments are honored by their colleagues within and outside the profession. Fellows are selected based on their contributions and impact to advance the public鈥檚 health.

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  • William Reed

    麻豆代天府master's graduate makes the personal academic

    June 04, 2024

    As his master鈥檚 thesis started to take shape, recent 麻豆代天府 graduate William Reed noticed a limited amount of literature reviewing soccer referees within exercise science. So, he broke new ground. Reed, who earned his master鈥檚 degree in exercise science, connected his love of soccer with his academic interest in human performance, earning acclaim along the way.

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  • Jacqueline Hand

    New scholarship the culmination of 麻豆代天府alumni family success

    May 30, 2024

    Tanasia Kenney has plenty of childhood memories at 麻豆代天府. Her mother, former KSU employee Jacqueline Hand, frequently brought her to campus, where she was known as 鈥淛ackie鈥檚 daughter,鈥 and became familiar with staff and faculty. Now a reporter for McClatchy news publications, Kenney is just one member of a KSU alumni family.

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  • Lacey Harper

    Graduate student finds her calling in women's health at Kennesaw State

    February 22, 2024

    One message reset the life trajectory for 麻豆代天府 graduate student Lacey Harper. Two years after earning a bachelor鈥檚 degree in exercise science summa cum laude from KSU, Harper worked as manager at a sporting goods store when she received a message via LinkedIn from one of her former professors, Garrett Hester. Currently pursuing a master鈥檚 in exercise science, Harper has thrived in the Hester research group. Along with the important mission of improving the health of older women, she discovered her inner nerd, immersing herself in the data analysis of her various projects as well as the hands-on aspects of studying the effects of exercise.

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  • Lisa Reyes-Walsh

    麻豆代天府alumna returns to campus as nursing faculty member

    February 14, 2024

    While working as a substance use disorder counselor at Ridgeview Hospital, Lisa Reyes-Walsh鈥檚 supervisor told her, 鈥淵ou know, you鈥檙e a nurse through and through.鈥 That reset the course for Reyes-Walsh鈥檚 life, though she never fully left counseling behind. She earned a bachelor鈥檚 in nursing from 麻豆代天府 in 2011, and, now an assistant professor of nursing in KSU鈥檚 Wellstar School of Nursing, Reyes-Walsh has applied her knowledge of substance use disorder and ability as a counselor to educate nurses who can care for patients struggling with substance use issues.

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  • Benedicte Kalonda

    麻豆代天府student encourages peers through campus engagement

    November 01, 2023

    麻豆代天府 senior Benedicte Kalonda鈥檚 college career has been a roller-coaster. During her first two semesters, professors and classmates were faces on a computer screen as the University shifted online for safety in the 2020-21 academic year during the coronavirus pandemic. Fast forward to the beginning of her senior year, and she stood in front of thousands of cheering freshmen as the student co-host at First-Year Convocation, the University鈥檚 official welcome event for new students.

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  • Christy Storey and Matthew Lyons

    麻豆代天府institute, professor help Cherokee County address homelessness

    September 11, 2023

    Connections matter in matching people who have no home with services they need. In Cherokee County this year, connections between a United Way leader who is a two-time 麻豆代天府 graduate and scholars at KSU led to a study that pinpointed the extent of the needs of unhoused people in the county.

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  • KSU student Emma Hunt will compete in speed climbing in the 2024 Summer Olympics

    麻豆代天府student earns spot in speed climbing for 2024 Olympics in Paris

    August 21, 2023

    麻豆代天府student Emma Hunt has qualified for the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris. She earned a silver medal in the speed climbing world championship in Bern, Switzerland.

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  • G茅za Kogler

    NIH grant will help diversify biomedical engineering-related research at Kennesaw State

    August 02, 2023

    麻豆代天府 has begun a program to recruit and educate members of a diverse new generation of innovators in the field of bioengineering, backed by a $1.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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  • Trinity Johnson

    麻豆代天府nursing major finds success in data science

    July 17, 2023

    It was happenstance that a 麻豆代天府student realized her calling for both nursing and numbers. Trinity Johnson, a nursing major from Stone Mountain, Ga., for Spring semester needed to satisfy an elective course requirement for the KSU Journey Honors College and stumbled upon a class in data science. During that course Johnson uncovered a raw talent for analytics and ended up being the youngest student to place in the highly competitive data science competition at KSU held on what is called Analytics Day.

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