Kennesaw State receives $1 million gift from Shaw Industries Inc.
A long-standing research partnership between Shaw Industries Inc. and Kennesaw State University has taken on an added dimension. Thanks to a $1 million gift from the world’s largest carpet manufacturer, a distinguished chair will be endowed in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.


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Teacher of the Year recipient brings real-world experience to her classroom
Long before Dr. Katherine Kinnick became an associate professor of communication at Kennesaw State University, she learned first-hand that not everything public relations students need to know about their career field was being taught in the classroom.




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Gov. Perdue on campus, promotes ethical leadership
Gov. Sonny Perdue says everything he’s learned about leadership, he has learned from parenting.
"Leadership and ethics go hand-in-hand," Perdue, a father of four, told a group of education, government and community leaders assembled at the KSU Center April 11. "Leadership cannot exist without ethics; it’s a way of living that guides choices."

Department of Public Safety earns national accreditation
Kennesaw State University’s Department of Public Safety is accustomed to being a model for others in the University System of Georgia, setting the standard in recent years through the acquisition of portable defibrillators, the addition of an on-campus K-9 unit and a crime rate that ranks among the lowest in the state.


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CLEC Conference
Gov. Sonny Perdue, Georgia Labor Commissioner Michael Thurmond, former Sen. Mack Mattingly and seven college and university presidents were among the guests on hand at the KSU Center April 11 for a Summit Conference on Developing a New Generation of Leaders for North Georgia, hosted by the RTM Center for Leadership, Ethics & Character.



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