Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Duluth High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Duluth High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing. (see more)
Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Duluth High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Duluth High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing.
Kennesaw State University is being represented by nearly 100 students this week at the 2018 National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) in Edmond, Oklahoma. More than 4,000 students from 400 colleges and universities are presenting their research April 4-7 at the prestigious annual conference. With 93 students attending, Kennesaw State's number of participants is second only to the host institution, the University of Central Oklahoma.
Students in Kennesaw State's College of Computing and Software Engineering recently demonstrated their talent, creativity and ability to put what they've learned in the classroom into practice during the biannual Computing Showcase, also called C-Day. The culminating event, presented at the end of the fall semester, attracted dozens of student projects which were then judged by 18 industry professionals in five categories. Graduating students displayed their posters, video games and prototypes that highlighted their experiences within internships, team projects, research endeavors, and capstone and thesis work. More than 40 undergraduate and graduate students were honored with first, second and third place honors in five categories. A full list of award recipients can be found at http://ccse.kennesaw.edu/computing-showcase/computing-showcase.php
More than 140 students from 10 departments in the College of Arts and Sciences participated in the Fall 2017 Undergraduate STEM Research Conference on Oct. 27, 2017, presenting research, research proposals, or literature on topics of interest.
The Honors College Ambassadors corps is composed of a diverse and dedicated group of outstanding Honors College students who desire to hone their leadership skills, while also contributing to the Honors College legacy. These student leaders serve as representatives of the Honors College at a variety of internal and external events.
The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art (BFSDoArt) hosted the annual Juried Undergraduate Exhibition, a showcase of artwork from undergraduate students, in the Center for Art & Theatre's Contemporary Gallery from March 31 - April 7.
The Honors Program is designed for intellectually talented and motivated students, who benefit from small sections of core curriculum classes, lunch and dinner seminars, book discussions, and other academic and cultural events. This intellectually challenging and rewarding academic experience allows students to stretch their minds, craft unique records of experience and accomplishment, and achieve their longer-term academic and professional goals. For the program, students must maintain a 3.30 or higher institutional GPA, complete at least 18 hours of Honors course credit to graduate with Honors and remain in good standing with the program and be a member of Eta Sigma Alpha (the Honors Student Association).
Eleven Newberry College seniors were honored by Newberry City Council for the contributions to the college and community. "The City of Newberry wishes to thank the students for their efforts," said Mayor Foster Senn. "We salute several 2016 seniors for their outstanding efforts and leadership in Newberry." The council annually highights Newberry College seniors who have distinguished themselves in athletics, academics and community service.
Several area students have been chosen to participate in Wofford's Presidential Seminar 2016. They include:
Each year, a select group of students is called forward to accept one of the most prestigious awards the academic community can bestow selection to Who's Who Among Students. This exclusive honor is conferred by more than 2,842 schools in all 50 states and the District of Columbia and is symbolized by the presentation of an award certificate.
Rising senior Addie Lawrence to intern at The Georgetown Times this summer.