Today’s Kennesaw State University students are tomorrow’s leaders and innovators. And, our scholarship students are well on their way to making a difference in our state, our nation and the world. Learn more about some of the best and brightest amongst our KSU students and how the scholarships they have received extend beyond financial support to become the vote of confidence needed for these scholars to be exceptional in their respective fields.
Recipient of the South Cobb Rotary Club Nursing Scholarship.
Recipient of the Jeremy Smith, Jimmy Goldgeier, Marietta Campus Honors Scholarship and the Paul T. Martin Endowed Scholarship
Recipient of the CarMax Scholarship
Dewey Van Allen and Bianna Maria Osuna recipients of the Fred and Drucilla Beck Kiwanis Scholarship for 16/17 meet with the Marietta Kiwanis Club
Larry Stephens Scholars honored at this years Coles College of Business School of Accountancy banquet
The Clendenin Scholars Program has allowed me to study the interplay between social work and the medical field. I am grateful for the opportunity to complete an internship with Wellstar Health System at Kennestone Hospital this fall, where I will be working with the Care Coordination Department on the trauma and medical surgery inpatient units. This internship will immerse me in the field of medical social work and equip me with the knowledge and skills necessary to help patients manage the psychosocial effects of chronic illness.
The Clendenin Scholars Program has given me the opportunity to conduct research on the effects of media on survivors of Islamic State (ISIS) captivity. This research recently required me to travel to Iraqi-Kurdistan and conduct in-person interviews with survivors of captivity, Yezidi community members and religious leaders, journalists and humanitarian aid workers. The findings of the research will allow the field of International Conflict Management to better interact with journalists and humanitarian aid organizations to provide assistance to survivors of sexual trauma and trafficking, while protecting their privacy and avoiding retraumatization of victims