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We are proud to present the spring issue of The Investigator and share with you the expansion of diverse research and scholarly activities occurring at Kennesaw State. Although this year was met with challenges, KSU’s research enterprise has thrived and grown.
In this issue, Pamela Whitten discussed the establishment of the Interdisciplinary Innovation Initiative, an internal funding program to spur new collaborations focused on KSU’s research themes. And alumni Carl Saint-Louis and Karen Armstrong, featured in our cover story, have returned as faculty to mentor the next generation.
This publication would not have been possible without the visual aesthetics of the creative services team and the diligent editorial contributions of undergraduates Dorothy Corbett and Jacob Segura and of volunteers Emily Berreth, Heather Hankins, Travis Highfield, and Kaelyn Ireland.
Joëlle Walls, Editor
The Office of Research, KSU
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Walls, Joëlle, "Spring 2021" (2021). The Investigator Research Magazine. 3.
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