Dr. Kazi Javed, an associate professor of chemistry at Kentucky State University, is hopeful that the university is on track to graduate more science, technology, engineering and math students with
Let’s work together to conserve electricity and watch KSU’s energy costs drop!
The Kentucky State University Mighty Marching Thorobred Band will perform at the regular season home opener of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts on Sept. 15.
A’Moris Bodrick is a KSU sophomore from Huntsville, Ala., majoring in agricultural systems. This summer, Bodrick was one of 26 students, from a pool of about 400 applicants, selected to
As of the university’s Sept. 2 deadline to drop students for not making payments to their tuition, board and fee accounts (set up appropriate payment plans and/or apply for financial
Kentucky State University received a three-year, $500,000 institutional grant from the National Science Foundation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities program to promote the participation of minority students in the university’s