KSU Research News and Announcements

  • Bat Conservation in the Pipeline

    March 1, 2017

    With funding from Williams' Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Co. LLC, KSU Research Scientist Chris Cornelison is conducting field tests to treat the deadly white-nose syndrome plaguing bat colonies, specifically in the Black Diamond Tunnel in Rabun County, GA.  Read the full story on the research and how the partnership came about by clicking the link below.

  • Dr. Tanja Link Collaborates with Acivilate to Win Georgia Research Alliance Award

    January 12, 2017

    Congratulations to Dr. Tanja Link, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, on being funded together with Acivilate, a KSU affiliated start up company, by the Georgia Research Alliance (GRA) to develop an integrated case management platform to help individuals released from the criminal justice system. The idea will help reduce recidivism and dropout rates and save money for local governments. The GRA helps finance companies emerging from Georgia universities and normally funds more science related ventures. This award is an exciting recognition of both emerging technology in this field and the rising quality of research here at KSU.

  • Dr. Jennifer Priestley Interview Voted a Top Article on

    January 5, 2017

    Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Priestley! Her online interview that ran in January 2016 on made the site's "16 Standout News Articles in 2016" list. Click the link below to read the interview and to find out more about how KSU's Ph.D. in Analytics and Data Science became the outstanding program it is today.

  • NIH Implements Final Research Performance Progress Reports

    January 2, 2017

    "The National Institutes of Health intends to replace the Final Progress Report (FPR) with the Final Research Performance Progress Report (Final RPPR) through a new eRA Commons module effective January 2017." Click the link below to find out more about this announcement and how it might affect your NIH grant.

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