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  • KSU Spanish/Foreign Language Education students Kayla Stelzer, Grace Razo, and James Teague, with Dr. Brian Olovson

    KSU Foreign Language Education Participates in Mexican Consulate Cultural Immersion Event

    On Saturday, October 19th KSU Spanish/Foreign Language Education students Kayla Stelzer, Grace Razo, and James Teague, along with KSU Spanish/Foreign Language Education professor, Dr. Brian Olovson, participated the Cultural Immersion in Local Diaspora Communities event at the Mexican Consulate in Atlanta. They had the opportunity to tour the consulate, attend a presentation/interactive discussion by the Consul General of Mexico, participate in intercultural presentations, and engage with local Latino community leaders. This event was sponsored by CIFAL Atlanta, one of the 19 International United Nations Institutes for Training and Research.

  • Recent KSU Publications

    Recent Faculty Publications by Kennesaw State History and History Education Faculty

    Jan. 8, 2020 - Recent publications from KSU faculty Kay Traille, Charles T. Wynn, and Caroline Conner.

  • KSU Online Geography - Best Online Bachelor

    Kennesaw State's online geography degree program ranked best in U.S.

    Dec. 20, 2019 - Best Colleges, an independent online ranking organization, has ranked Kennesaw State University's online geography degree program as the top online geography degree program in the United States for 2019.

  • New Conflict Management Books

    New Conflict Management Textbooks from KSU Faculty Released

    Dec. 17, 2019 - Two great textbook releases from Kennesaw State faculty, perfect for courses in conflict management across disciplines.

  • Journal of Women’s History

    Dr. La Shonda Mims' article published in The Journal of Women's History.

    Dec. 16, 2019 - Dr. La Shonda Mims’ article “Drastic Dykes: The New South and Lesbian Life” has been published in The Journal of Women’s History.

  • Professor Volker Franke and INCM PhD student in Lebanon

    KSU Reseaching the Fight Against Economic Stagnation in Lebanon

    Dec. 12, 2019 - Professor Volker Franke and Isaac Andakian, INCM PhD student, visited Lebanon for a week in November to set up their research project about the future of Lebanon in light of the ongoing revolution.

  • Nuova Poesia Americana

    Kennesaw State's Dr. Santini Has Latest Translated Poems Published

    Dec. 3, 2019 - Kennesaw State professor Dr. Federica Santini has translations of American poets published in new book.

  • Carter Center Roud Table

    Peace and conflict experts invited to half-day roundtable discussion at the Carter Center

    Dec. 2, 2019 - Dr. Joseph Bock and Jean-Marc Akakpo were invited by the Carter Center to participate at the half-day roundtable expert conversation on Health and Peace in Mali on November 25.

  • Mexican Day of the Dead

    KSU Spanish Language Students celebrate Mexico's Dia De Los Muertos

    Nov. 10, 2019 - On Wednesday, October 30, Spanish Language and Culture Students celebrated the Mexican Day of the Dead with and event and a display of original art.

  • Gray McCalley, J.D.

    Guest Speaker and Students Discuss Language, Culture, and Careers

    Nov. 19, 2019 - Gray McCalley, J.D., Tara McDuffie (Global Affairs) and foreign language students presented a series of three panels about how study broad benefits your future.

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