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.
Director of the Masters in Conflict Management Program and Associate Professor of Conflict Management
Sherrill Hayes is an educator, researcher and practitioner who has been working in conflict management since 1999.
Community Outreach Conflict Resolution Mediation Civil Rights Humanitarian Affairs Refugee Resettlement Refugees Dispute Resolution Family Mediation
Associate Professor of Economics
J.C. Bradbury is an economics professor at Kennesaw State.
Sports Economics Industrial Organization Public economics Regulation Consulting -Legal Consulting -Statistical Analysis
Assistant Professor of Gaming
Rongkai Guo's research interests focus on serious gaming, virtual reality and using virtual reality for rehabilitation.
Computer Gaming Computer Programming Virtual Reality (VR) VR and Rehabilitation VR and Mobility Impairments serious gaming Mobile Gaming
Chair of the Department of Economics, Finance and Quantitative Analysis and Professor of Economics
Brett Katzman is a leading national expert on the competitive bidding process.
Competitive Bidding Medicare Auctions Health Care Auctions Government Auctions
Assistant Professor and Coordinator of internships for Criminal Justice Department
Peter Fenton's research interests include criminal law and procedure, constitutional law, law enforcement, organized crime, and ethics.
Ethics Organized Crime Law Enforcement Constitutional Law Criminal Law and Procedure Justice System
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
Bill Diong conducts research that addresses the issues of cleaner energy, cost-efficient transportation and better healthcare.
Matlab Labview Signal Processing Energy Harvesting Fuel Cells Power Energy Solar and Wind Energy electric transportation Electric Vehicles
Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
Jeff DeWitt's primary field of study is American political behavior with research interests in electoral politics and public opinion.
Political Science American Political Behavior Electoral Politics Political Communication Public Opinion American Government Mass Media and Politics Research Methods Political behavior
Professor, Marketing & Professional Sales
Tyra Burton has taught for 20 years in higher education and is a published author in social media marketing and the entertainment industry.
Advertising & Marketing Social Media Writing & Editing Research Blogging Social Media Marketing Consumer Behavior Word of Mouth Marketing Entertainment Entertainment Marketing Publishing Gaming Gender Issues Pop Culture Podcasting
Executive Director of the Scholars Program and Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship
Stacy Campbell's research interests focus on leadership, generational differences in the workplace, and employee attachment and withdrawal.
Employee withdrawal Generational differences in the workplace Leadership Management Teaching Human Resource Management Organizational Behavior Managing Organizations Leadership Consulting Employee attachment Millenials
Assistant Director of Journalism & Communication
Carolyn Carlson, associate professor of Communication and Emerging Media, studies the relationship between reporters and government PR pros.
Journalism News Writing Copy Editing Social Media Press Releases Blogging Journalism Ethics Media Law Freedom of Information Act News Media
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