Kennesaw State University

Kennesaw State University Kennesaw State University

1000 Chastain Road, Kennesaw, 30144, GA, US

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Kennesaw State University is the third-largest university in Georgia, offering 90 graduate and undergraduate degrees, including doctorates in education, business and nursing and a Ph.D. in international conflict management. A member of the University System of Georgia, Kennesaw State is a comprehensive, residential institution with a growing student population of more than 24,600 from 130 countries.

Kennesaw State University provides exceptional undergraduate, graduate, continuing, co-curricular, and community educational opportunities. KSU educates students who become capable, visionary, and ethical leaders in their chosen professions and careers, and who are engaged citizens with global understanding and a love of learning.

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Adriane Randolph

Adriane Randolph

Associate Professor of Information Systems & Executive Director, BrainLab

Dr. Adriane B. Randolph is the founder and executive director of the BrainLab and an Associate Professor of Information Systems

Neuro-Information Systems Systems Design Brain-Computer Interfaces Human-Computer Interaction Process Improvement

David  Shock, Ph.D.

David Shock, Ph.D.

Professor of Political Science

Professor Shock conducts research in a variety of areas including local government home rule and local tax referenda politics.

Social Science Political Policy Government Finance Local Tax Referendum Politics Public Administration State ballots American Government State and Local Government Elections

Hussein Abaza, Ph.D.

Hussein Abaza, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Construction Management

Hussein Abaza is an associate professor in the Department of Construction Management.

Heat and Moisture Transfer in Buildings Net-Zero Low Cost Buildings Holistic Design for Energy Efficient Buildings Building Energy Simulation Using Building Information Modeling (BIM) for Energy Efficient Buildings

Robert Buresh, Ph.D.

Robert Buresh, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Exercise Science

Robert Buresh studies the influence of exercise on glucose control and tolerance in individuals with Type 2 diabetes.

Exercise Science Health and Human Performance Aerobic Exercise Type 2 Diabetes Exercise Hormones and exercise

Govind  Hariharan, Ph.D.

Govind Hariharan, Ph.D.

Professor of Economics

Govind Hariharan is an economics professor who previously served as executive director of the India China America Institute.

International Expansion Retiree Health and Investment Behavior Health Systems Public Policy

Roxanne Donovan, Ph.D.

Roxanne Donovan, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies

Roxanne Donovan's research has an interdisciplinary focus on psychology, gender studies and ethnic studies, particularly Black studies.

Psychology Sociology Community Outreach Gender Studies Women's Studies Immigration Race and mental health Work-life priorities

Yuri Feito, Ph.D.

Yuri Feito, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Exercise Science and Sport Management

Yuri Feito's research interests focus on the use of objective measures to promote and measure physical activity.

Exercise Physiology Health Promotion Public Speaking Health Education Fitness Training Rehabilitation Nutrition Public Health Sports Medicine Injury Prevention Exercise Prescription CrossFit Physical Activity Exercise and chronic diseases CrossFit Training

Stan Crowder, Ph.D.

Stan Crowder, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice

Stan Crowder is a retired U.S. Army Military Police Colonel and teaches in the Criminal Justice Program at Kennesaw State University

Criminal Justice Serial Offenders Forensic Linguistics Behavioral Profiling

Roger Tutterow, Ph.D.

Roger Tutterow, Ph.D.

Professor of Economics

Roger Tutterow is director of the Econometric Center at Kennesaw State University.

Public Policy and Advocacy Financial Accounting Economic Consultation Fortune 500 Business & Leadership Economics

Timothy Hedeen, Ph.D.

Timothy Hedeen, Ph.D.

Professor of Conflict Management

Timothy Hedeen is a professor of Conflict Management and serves as the university ombudsman.

Meditation Conflict Resolution Decision-Making Dispute Resolution Justice Policy arbitration in the justice system Court Dispute Resolution Special Education Dispute Resolution Ombudsman services Community mediation

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