Kennesaw State University’s College of Continuing and Professional Education won three awards at the Georgia Adult Education Association’s Annual Conference in Savannah. The college was recognized with the Innovative Marketing Award for its Casino Night Scholarship Fundraiser, the Innovative Program Award for its 2014 Winter Career Traininwwg Expo and the Exemplary Service Contribution Award for its Casino Night Scholarship Fundraiser Advisory Board Members.
Assistant Dean Michelle Girage and Marketing Manager Davia Lassiter were present to collect the awards. Also attending were Assistant Dean Tamara Grooms, Culinary Apprenticeship Certificate program manager Pam Moss, Paralegal Certificate program manager Jennifer Henderson, Languages program manager Lyn Cohen and copy writer Jason Brown.
Two staff members from Kennesaw State University’s College of Continuing and Professional Education received received state awards this month at the annual Georgia Adult Education Association conference.
The continuing education Dean Barbara S. Calhoun, who has held the top job for 17 years, received the Exemplary Contribution Service award. Carla Barnes received the Innovative Marketing award for her use of technology in marketing the college.
KSU’s Continuing Education offered more than 2,500 classes and programs to nearly 23,000 students last year.