Release – Emerging From Within is the first installation on the history of diversity at Kennesaw State University. It includes select life histories, photographs, and narratives of individuals who made significant contributions to KSU. The title is adopted from Kennesaw State’s 1983 Yearbook, Montage. At that time, Emerging from Within was a theme that embodied the institution’s “positive growth” to meet the needs of students, faculty and community.
Over thirty years later, Emerging from Within continues to represent the collective effort of staff, faculty, and administration to make KSU a national model for diversity and inclusion.
The project also builds upon the book Kennesaw State University: The First Fifty Years, 1963-2013, by Dr. Thomas Allen Scott.
For additional information regarding this project, including the complete interviews of the participants, please visit:
Emerging From Within
Social Sciences Building Atrium
Monday, April 25, 2016